OxyContin Addiction Treatment by Narconon
Narconon has for many years offered a complete non-narcotic, therapeutic solution for alcohol and drug addiction recovery, that successfully enables addicts to completely become drug-free and rebuild their lives.
Is Drug a Solution in the Treatment of Addiction?
Mainstream researchers in this field are still searching and striving to find some kind of drug, a magic bullet that will put an end to addiction. What researchers fail to see is that drug use is not a necessary or a healthy option. Drug use is not natural and places toxic stress on the body and mind.
The only way to become happy and contented, perhaps then illness free, is to use addiction recovery methods that enhance good health, reduce toxic stress, and that are completely drug-free.
OxyContin itself is a good example of how drugs cause damage and stress. People who go to a doctor, to get pain relief don’t expect to end up addicted. Addiction is probably one of the most misunderstood conditions that affect people’s lives today.
What Is Addiction Really?
Part of the problem is an insistence by some that addiction is an incurable disease, with a mental and a physical component that some people seem to acquire, or perhaps are simply born with.
In view of what drug addicts say, and the many successes achieved by the Narconon program it would appear most clearly that addiction is the result of pleasure seeking to avoid pain by the use of a drug. Pain can have a physical cause, such as when we break a leg, or an emotional basis, such as when we have a broken heart. Either can cause intense feelings of pain in the body, and if we choose drug use, illicit or prescription, instead of more healthy options to overcome our pain, then addiction is virtually inevitable.
Why Do Some People Become Addicted and others do not?
In the case of OxyContin, not all users get addicted. People don’t get addicted if they experience the drug’s toxic effects as being undesirable and use other means to relieve their pain. As an example, a woman prescribed OxyContin for pain simply refused to continue to use it. “It gives me constipation” she said, “and I have had hallucinations.”
However, people get addicted to oxy because they make a decision to ignore symptoms of distress in the body and enjoy the pleasurable sensations that it creates.
With continued drug use, “tolerance” effects occur, making us need to keep pushing more drugs into our body to get the same effect. At first the body tries to neutralize this toxin in the body – after a while the body learns to accept the new, enforced regime, and adapts accordingly. We might not like being captive to continued drug use – but we have only ourselves to blame.
The Regain of Good Health and Independence
The only way to regain good health and independence is to stop our drug use completely, and allow the body to re-adjust. Drug withdrawal generates many painful symptoms in the body. Drug withdrawal can be more enjoyable if every twinge and ache is seen as yet another step on the pathway to complete addiction recovery.
Narconon has an effective drug detox program to get drugs out of the body, and a fully supportive rehabilitation program that deals with the reasons why you might find drug addiction more pleasurable than other options in life. With a drug-free body, with health and harmony restored to the mind, people feel empowered and in control of their life. Addiction is something that you can recover from, if you make up your mind to do it. Resolve physical pain, enhance your life skills using the Narconon methods – and addictive drug use will quite simply no longer be a part of your life.
For more information about the drug-free Narconon detox and rehabilitation program, please call 1-877-782-7409.
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