Breaking Free of Addiction Without the Symptoms of Withdrawal
Are you or a loved one living with addiction?
Have you tried to overcome addiction before, only to be beaten back by agonizing withdrawal symptoms or irresistible cravings?
Having a reliable support system and group meetings can be essential to successfully break free of the cycle of addiction. However, sufferers commonly underestimate painful withdrawal symptoms which can hinder progress and contribute to relapse.
Fortunately, NAD in Georgia provides alternative drug treatment plans targeting the symptoms of withdrawal while restoring brain functionality and repairing brain damage.
By repairing the damage done to the brain, the success rate of recovery improves considerably.
Understanding the Struggles of Withdrawal
Withdrawal symptoms are one of the leading reasons addicts veer off the road to recovery. The pain and discomfort an addict might feel while transitioning through a detox treatment is unimaginable.
The debilitating symptoms of withdrawal can include:
- Vomiting and/or diarrhea
- Muscle aches and joint pain
- Increased agitation and higher levels of anxiety
- Restlessness and/or the inability to sleep
- Extreme fatigue
- Heart palpitations and/or an increased heart rate
- Hot and/or cold flashes
These overwhelming symptoms can last weeks as an addict goes through the detox process. It’s no wonder by reducing and eliminating these symptoms, sufferers have a higher chance of a successful recovery.
Two Life-Changing Treatments Are Available
Are you ready to try an alternative, more humane rehabilitation treatment?
1. Restoring Brain Function with BR+NAD
BR+NAD is a nutrition-based IV treatment that repairs damage to the brain caused by addiction and alcoholism. By repairing cells and restoring brain function, BR+NAD treatments minimize withdrawal symptoms, improve clarity, and improve impulse control.
Patients treated with BR+NAD can detox safely within 10 days — far sooner than traditional rehabilitation.
The best part? Minimal or no withdrawals.
Patients begin to feel significantly better as early as two to three days into treatment, gaining a better sense of well-being and an overall better mood.
2. The NSS-2 Bridge Device
The NSS-2 Bridge is an auricular peripheral nerve stimulator device used to treat opioid addictions. This device offers addicts a way to kick an opioid addiction for good without the use of narcotics or substitutes.
Patients who receive NSS-2 Bridge treatment wear the device behind their ear. Electrodes are placed in front of the ear, on the ear lobe itself, and the space between the rook and helix of the ear.
By sending signals to the nerves in these areas, patients receive a significant reduction in withdrawal symptoms and pain. By reducing pain, a patient’s need for opioids is severely reduced, leading to more successful recoveries compared to traditional rehabilitation.
Withdrawal symptoms are minimized or eliminated in as little as five to 30 minutes. The NSS-2 Bridge offers significant relief lasting for days while the opioids leave an addict’s system.
Give Yourself the Best Chance to Break the Cycle of Addiction
Breaking free from drug addiction is not easy. There’s a reason why so many addicts try and fail to get away from an addiction. Yet with the right treatment plan, you can break free of the cycle of addiction once and for all.
While effort, support, and time are all critical factors in the road to recovery, this process doesn’t need to be uncomfortable either.