The struggle of addiction is real – for those who are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, as well as their family members and other loved ones.
The recovery process can be very difficult, particularly in the early stages of detox.
Thankfully, there’s an alternative treatment solution to traditional detox methods: NAD therapy.
The main reason is it actually restores the brain.
Restoring the health and wellness of the brain can significantly improve the success rate of recovery, all while making the detoxification process so much easier.
There are three ways in which NAD therapy can help restore your brain so it’s working optimally.
People with addiction often face a vicious cycle.
Depression is one of the reasons so many people turn to alcohol and drugs. They want to escape the mental and emotional pain overwhelming them.
Sadly, one of the side effects of addiction is depression, whether it’s caused by the drugs themselves or from the guilt/shame experienced from being addicted.
The added depression causes people with addiction to numb these painful feelings.
Trying to detox in this situation is even more intense. The feelings of sadness, depression, and shame are exacerbated by the detox process.
NAD therapy helps to restore the brain, effectively giving it the nutrient necessary to help overcome negative feelings. Of course, NAD therapy isn’t a cure-all. If you have a history of depression, it is best to include therapeutic counseling in your recovery program.
This two-fold approach will help improve the quality of your mental health plus give you an even better chance of a successful recovery.
Everyone wants more energy. Unfortunately, it seems lacking for many people. The reasons for this are numerous but can include:
Regrettably, people facing addiction seem to be contending with every single one of these issues, especially if they’re trying to detox.
Drugs and alcohol take a toll on the body, sapping it of nutrients and water. It also isn’t uncommon for people dealing with addiction to lack the resources or energy to care for themselves properly when it comes to their dietary needs.
Thankfully, NAD therapy provides the body with essential nutrients most people facing addiction are lacking. Once their body/brain receives it, their energy levels improve, as does the quality of their sleep.
When this happens, it’s easier to make positive changes which can further increase energy levels.
When your brain is functioning at optimal levels, overcoming negative thoughts, bad habits, and even addiction can become easier.
NAD addiction treatment can help you improve your brain function, thereby giving you the brainpower needed to concentrate on overcoming addiction.
You’ve likely heard the phrase “work smarter, not harder.”
For the most part, this phrase is used to help people become more productive while allowing them to save time. What’s interesting about it is it can be used in nearly every aspect of your life, including overcoming addiction.
NAD therapy helps you do just this – it allows you the opportunity to overcome addiction in an alternative way.
Now, don’t misunderstand. Recovery is a process that will take time, effort, and support.
However, it doesn’t have to be a process that needs to be completely uncomfortable/unpleasant either.
With help from the right support group, as well as a treatment plan which addresses your body’s needs, recovery can be better than expected. This, in turn, will give you the chance to have a truly successful recovery period.