Happiness is one of those things some addicts want the most, but feel is the least attainable thing imaginable. When each day is a struggle, when each day is a fight to survive, there seems to be no time for happiness, nor does it seem like it’s anything within the realm of possibility to feel.
People used to call me a junkie, a dope fiend. All in all, that’s what I was. My life was a mess and a big one at that. I found myself smoking weed, then I was doing pills to the point I couldn’t remember days at a time, until one day, it wasn’t enough! I needed more. I would do anything.
Think the Narconon program isn’t for you? Well think again. While no other program works towards getting to the core reason why a person becomes addicted, they certainly don’t do the specialized processes that Narconon does, beginning with handling the physical addiction.
When some hear of a sauna detox during drug rehab, they may wonder how it really works. Can a person really get rid of toxic residues from years of drug use? The best way to find out is to experience it yourself, short of that, talk to some Narconon graduates who have done it.
Getting one year of sobriety is more difficult than anyone can imagine. When you’re addicted to drugs , getting one hour clean is nearly impossible when you’re full of cravings, going through withdrawal , and living in a foggy haze of substances.
The Sauna detoxification program is one of the many things that sets the Narconon program apart from every other program out there. No other treatment center offers a full-body detox to literally remove drug deposits from the body, relieving the person of intense cravings and feeling like they’re in a “fog.”
I started this roller coaster through hell 11 years ago. I have been to treatment three other times, detox four times, and the psych ward three times. All the other treatment centers I went to were 12-step and I just never felt like I dealt with everything I needed to deal with.
I’m one of the counselors who works with the students coming through the program and I help them to get off and stay off drugs.
With all the bad news we receive on a daily basis of horror stories surrounding the drug crisis, some good news is much needed and deserved. At our facility in Clearwater, FL a student from Denmark came into the program beaten down by his addiction. He graduated with the restored ability to live a life beyond his wildest dreams. Here’s what he had to say…
Can a drug-free withdrawal from drugs really be painless? Coming off of drugs and alcohol can be uncomfortable, for sure, but it doesn’t have to be excruciating.