Opiate (opioid) addiction is a major issue that is affecting more and more people each year, since 1999 the United States has seen a 300% increase in sales of prescription painkillers, as a logical consequence, there are more people dependent on these medications than ever before. Opiate dependence is a very difficult cycle to break because of the wide array of side effects associated with withdrawals. People withdrawing from opiates commonly experience muscle pains and cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, chills, anxiety, depression, and many other unpleasant symptoms. There is no question that opiate abuse is a potential life and death situation as well, in 2008 almost 15,000 people overdosed on opioid medications, which is more than the number of overdoses that year on cocaine and heroin combined.
Opioids work by binding to specialized receptors in the brain which cause the release of dopamine which is the same chemical associated with pleasure in typical activities such as eating and sex. Essentially, these chemical signals are telling your brain that this activity has significant survival benefit and as a result tells you that you should take more. Once this transformation has taken place the top-down control mechanism of your brain is literally flipped upside down, with the primitive survival-based portion of your brain now exerting control over the rest of your brain.
Treatment for Opiate addiction is notoriously hard to administer for a number of reasons, one being the withdrawal symptoms which most find to be simply unbearable. In answer to this issue there are a number of medications out there to curb withdrawals, such as suboxone or methadone. These medications however are opioid-based themselves and will still cause withdrawals upon cessation. Another unpleasant side effect of opiate abuse is the raising of an individuals hedonic set point, which is the amount of dopamine required to register an activity as being pleasurable. Basically the longer an individual abuses opiates the less pleasure he will get out of typical activities, leading an individual to seek pleasure more frequently through opiates.
Unlike the majority of Residential Treatment Centers, in our holistic drug rehab we utilize a completely natural and holistic rehab approach to the treatment of addiction, shunning toxic pharmaceutical substitution therapies in favor of holistic luxury rehab health therapies which help to employ your bodies uncanny ability to heal itself of even the most serious drug-related damages. Using our holistic high end drug rehab treatment modality which is saturated with a wide variety of technologically savvy and time-proven therapies like hyperbaric oxygen, amino acid/chelation therapy, all-natural organic foods and fruits/vegetable juices, massages, reiki/energy healing, and more we are the only five-star ocean front private rehab facility in the world to offer these groundbreaking treatments.
To break an individual’s dependence on an opioid all of them need to be flushed out of the receptors in the brain, this can be a lengthy and painful process. At our state-of-the-art ocean front opiate drug rehab we utilize an ancient spiritual plant medicine that has been used for thousands of years to cure all types of “incurable” maladies of health. This plant medicine is called Ibogaine, and when used in combination with our trademarked healing protocol, The Pouyan Method or “Seeker’s Method”, it will remove all the opiates from binding sites in your brain and reset it to a pre-addicted state. We have cured hundreds of individuals of their addictions to opiates, we would like to help you find your cure today! Call 310-601-7805