Opiate addiction requires detoxification before beginning treatment and recovery. When Opiate residuals remain in the body cravings will continue and recovery from Opiate addiction will be very difficult to achieve. An Opiate detox should be done with the care of a licensed medical facility. Opiate detox involves stabilizing the individual physically as well as emotionally. Individuals detox from Opiates at different rates. The time frame required for Opiate detox varies based on and individual's history of Opiate abuse. Attempting to detox from Opiates without the proper professional help is extremely dangers. It can result in serious physical, psychological, and emotional consequences.
When one begins the process of Opiate detoxification they will first experience Opiate withdrawal symptoms. These include nausea, sweating, cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, muscle spasms, depression, anxiety, mood swings, and insomnia. These physical and emotional symptoms may be extremely severe depending on the individual's Opiate abuse history. For this reason Opiate withdrawal, detox, and treatment should be done at an authorized treatment center.
Our Opiate detox method is designed to cover all the parts of an individual's Opiate detox. The removal of Opiate residues is a key point in Opiate detox. Without this process Opiate residues can remain in ones body and cause cravings for years after Opiate abuse has ceased. A vital step in a successful Opiate detox is, flushing out these accumulated toxic residues so that the individual no longer experiences unwanted adverse effects from the Opiates they have taken.
Narconon's success rate
of 76% is higher than other drug detox and rehabilitation program because we
developed a complete drug detox program that works for the entire individual:
mind, body, and soul.