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Probably the prime and only reason a heroin abuser is unable to kick heroin addiction is because of the extreme withdrawal symptoms. Very few heroin addicts want to stay addicted, and yet very few can get through the withdrawal; it’s a catch 22 situation, it appears “you’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t.


But it is only an illusion, the reality is you really can kick heroin for good, thousands have done exactly that at Narconon.


Cold turkey


Although heroin withdrawals are very seldom fatal, anyone who has experienced the severe symptoms that hit a heroin addict during a cold turkey withdrawal will understand how retched they are.


The withdrawals (rattling or clucking ) can be so bad that a person on heroin is prepared to remain a slave to the drug rather than go through them again. Because of the severity of the withdrawals from heroin, many addicts cannot confront trying to kick the habit; they think that staying on heroin can help them avoid the pain, when actually the opposite is true because being addicted to heroin brings it’s own pain. During withdrawal, they might feel bad, but they are actually improving on almost every level.

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“As well as sleeplessness, going through Heroin withdrawal unsupported can cause anxiety and deep depression but these are only short lived and will pass within a few days, where a new life awaits.”

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The symptoms


Heroin withdrawal symptoms can vary from person to person; some addicts have described the muscle and bone pain as excruciating.


Other heroin addicts have vomitted repeatedly until their stomach muscles hurt, they may go through repeated episodes of diarrhoea, acute sweating and uncontrollable tremors. However, regardless of the usual discomfort that is experienced during heroin withdrawal, there are many things that can be done to make kicking heroin tolerable.


How to kick heroin - the answer


For nearly 50 years Narconon has been applying highly effectively techniques that can make heroin withdrawal symptoms far easier to experience, as compared to an unsupported withdrawal, and in many cases they are over far quicker than the addict may think.


A person trying to get off heroin on their own and without support, can go through gross physical and mental phenomena where horrible depressions and insomnia are all too common.


As the body goes through the physical withdrawal from heroin, several changes are taking place; the person is often very restless, with uncontrollable twitches and jerking motions of arms and legs, a symptom that gave rise to the saying, “the rattle” including deep and persistent cravings for heroin that can be very hard to ignore.


Without some form of support, most heroin addicts don’t get through to the end of a cold turkey withdrawal; a relapse is very common among those who are trying to leave heroin addiction behind without help.


The difficulty in helping heroin addicts stay off heroin for any length of time is what brought about the popularity of the controversial Methadone and Buprenorphine treatment programmes, and other supposedly harm reduction schemes like the clean needle programme and hygienic shooting rooms.


However, for someone who wants to kick heroin for good, a harm reduction programme is not the solution to best fit his goal,. It is certainly not the only choice for a heroin addict to get him or herself free from drugs.


At Narconon a heroin addict is able to kick heroin addiction once and for all, and learn how to stay clean for life.


Nutritional Shortages Contribute to Heroin Withdrawal Sickness


Among heroin addicts, the withdrawal symptoms are referred to as “dope sickness, rattling or clucking.”- And are not at all pleasant.


Unfortunately, what many heroin addicts don’t realize, is that the physically depleted condition they are in, makes withdrawal symptoms far worse than they need be, resulting in the effort to get off heroin far more miserable than necessary.


When a rehabilitation programme understands this and provides its clients going through the withdrawals of drugs with a correct balance of nutritional supplements required to help their body to detox the opiates in their system, withdrawing from heroin is not as difficult as many addicts imagine or have experienced previously.


At Narconon drug rehab centres around the world we take a holistic approach to getting people off heroin, each person going through the withdrawal stage of their recovery is given intense nutritional supplements like B Complex, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium and other organic substances, that help calm and nourish the body and therefore minimise withdrawal symptoms.


Narconon trained personal also have several other powerful techniques available to help a person get through heroin withdrawals, with the minimum of discomfort, and on the road to kicking heroin for good.


Assists, similar to a systematic, gentle massage, help to calm the anatomic nervous system and ease tension in the muscles.


Assists are a very powerful way to help relax muscles and ease spasms, which in turn reduce the pain that is often felt in the bones and joints of a withdrawing heroin addict.


Special reorientation steps used at Narconon also help to alleviate the mental frustration a person experiences while going through heroin withdrawals. These techniques let the addict focus on recovery and stop worrying about pain, sickness and other withdrawal discomforts.


Within a very short period of time (just a few days) of starting the withdrawal procedures, the recovering heroin addict’s appetite for food starts to normalise, they feel calmer and the withdrawal pain and mental frustration will have passed; normal sleeping patterns return and they can move on to the second step of the programme, the drug detox stage.


Each step of the Narconon program is designed to start repairing and reversing the destruction caused by years or even decades of  heroin addiction.


When withdrawal is complete, the next module in the Narconon programme is called the “New life detox” and is named as such because many of those who completed this step have reported that they “now feel as if they have a new lease of life, and for the first time in many years they no longer feel the need to take drugs, they feel brighter, they can think more clearly, have made physical improvements, and they are enthusiastic about their future”.


Narconon and the Narconon logo are trademarks and service marks owned by the Association for Better Living and Education International and are used with its permission.

Narconon United Kingdom is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered in England and Wales  (Registered number 1159334) and registered with the Care Quality Commission.

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