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About Detox The Colorado Detox Helpline is dedicated to supplying information on natural assisted detox and treatment options. Our helpline offers information and can help answer any questions regarding natural assisted detox. Our staff is professionally trained to offer information in a safe conversation without judgment and will help to get you in touch with a detoxification facility. Please do not hesitate to call the Colorado Detox Helpline if you or a loved one are dealing with substance abuse or addiction and wish to seek treatment. Natural assisted detox can be an excellent way to clear the mind and start on the path to rehabilitation with strong legs.

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What is detox? Anyone who has abused or become addicted to a substance will have to go through detox. This is the time period in which their body will rid itself of the harmful chemicals brought in by the substance abuse and gradually try to put things back to normal. The amount of time detox takes can vary depending on the method used, the amount of substance in the patient’s body and if the patient has abused more than one substance. The patient must make the decision to go through detox. People may believe the false idea that detox is all one needs to cure addiction. In reality, there is no full cure for an addiction and detox will help a patient prepare for the ongoing battle against it. Detox is the most effective when followed with an addiction treatment program. Since detoxification clears the body and mind of the addictive substance, the following treatment program will seem possible. Detox will not completely cure the cravings and will not benefit a patient if they leave after the detox process without further help.


NTR NAD Therapy Natural Assisted Detox (NAD) is a new and innovative approach to treating and alleviating the withdrawal effects of addictive substances such as cocaine, narcotic painkillers, heroin, marijuana and other drugs. As one can guess from its name, it makes use of naturally occurring substances that are made in the body and are depleted from the body is cases of substance abuse.

Withdrawal And Drug Addiction Drug addiction creates changes in the brain chemistry which produces a re-wiring of the brain synapses and as a result, interferes with the connections in the brain. This is a similar mechanism in the wiring of electronic devices; one shortage in a cable can cause an entire entertainment center to shut down. When someone halts their drug or alcohol use, they begin to go through the process of detox. This involves their brain trying to put things back to right and get rid of the harmful chemicals that were introduced to it


Treatment Options Rapid detox provides the recovering individual with a great start to their clean and sober lifestyle. However, detox is just the first step to a much longer, normally lifelong commitment to recovery. After detox comes treatment, normally lasting between 30 to 90 days though a person’s road to recovery is one that will last their lifetime hopefully. Treatment options will vary depending on what the treatment facility offers and on the individual’s circumstances. For example a person struggling with a lifelong addiction to methamphetamine may benefit more from therapy while a person addited to heroin may rely more on the use of medications to help them in combination with therapy options. In most cases though treatment should include both medication and therapy which are combined for the best results.

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Medication Medication can be used to combat withdrawal symptoms, cravings and for dealing with mental health disorders. Medication use will, as can be guessed, depend on the individual’s circumstances. For example, a person with depression may be prescribed antidepressants while a person with schizophrenia may be prescribed anti-psychotics. Likewise, a person who is still dealing with cravings may be given a medication to help them deal with these cravings to help them avoid relapsing. A doctor will normally need to assess what an individual is going through before prescribing medication. Assessment can include taking a full family and medical history and checking to see if there are any underlying disorders that could be affecting the person’s recovery. For those with an underlying mental health disorder, medication can make a big difference. This is especially true if that disorder is affecting their ability to stay clean and sober. Often, medication is combined with therapy


Therapy Options Therapy can be used on its own or in conjunction with medication. What therapy a person uses will, again, depend on their circumstances. In many cases Cognitive behavioral therapy is used to help individuals identify negative thoughts and behaviors and turn them around. Other helpful therapies can include Solution based therapy, Dialectical behavioral therapy and even group therapy. Different therapies will target different problems and help an individual overcome their addiction and learn to lead a clean and sober life again. There are also alternative therapies one can use to improve upon their recovery such as yoga, mindfulness, equine therapy and more.

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Colorado Detox Helpline Center  

The Colorado Detox Helpline is dedicated to supplying information on natural assisted detox and treatment options. Our helpline offers infor...

Colorado Detox Helpline Center  

The Colorado Detox Helpline is dedicated to supplying information on natural assisted detox and treatment options. Our helpline offers infor...

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