How detox works
Naturally-assisted detox (NAD) is an innovative detox method that utilizes naturally-occurring vitamins, minerals and amino acids to lower the pains of the withdrawal process, reduce cravings and help the body and mind restore itself from the damage done from alcohol and drug addiction. It consists of a solution that is administered intravenously over a 10 to 14-day period of time. The primary component of this solution is the coenzyme, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), which is processed into vitamin B12 within the body. It stimulates faster activity within cells and speeds up the healing process of the brain. It also essential in the citric acid cycle, a process which helps provides fuel for every bodily organ. Intravenous infusion of this substance boosts energy levels and speeds up the physical and mental healing process of the human body. NAD provides numerous benefits, such as:
- Lowering blood pressure
- Improving immune system health
- Speeds up repair process
- Increases production of dopamine and serotonin
Neurotransmitter Restoration (NTR) repairs the damage the brain undergoes from prolonged alcohol and drug abuse and is used simultaneously with the NAD treatment. The mixture contains all of the substances needed for the brain to restore neurotransmitter function and produce healthy levels of serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine, which contribute to healthy levels of sleep, mood and overall brain function.
What other services provided with this detox?
The NAD/NTR rapid detox clients are medically supervised and monitored by a licensed nurse for the duration of their detox treatment. Nurses will also monitor the client’s physical and mental condition while they are undergoing the intravenous therapy. A physician and physician’s assistant will also be available to the client for any other further assessments that may be needed throughout the detox process.
What are the risks?
No harmful side effects have been reported from using the NAD/NTR rapid detox treatment. As long as the patient is fully capable of receiving intravenous treatment, they have no concerns or possible side effects to be worry about.
How is NAD/NTR different from other detox programs?
Most modern detox methods for opiates, alcohol and benzodiazepines utilize potentially addictive medications to alleviate the pain from withdrawals. The NAD/NTR rapid detox requires no use of narcotics and its solution takes effect immediately to diminish — and in some cases, completely eliminate — all withdrawal symptoms.
Other detox methods only treat the physical side of the detox process, while the NAD/NTR rapid detox acts on a cellular level to treat the mental and physical side of withdrawal symptoms. The soothing blend of vitamins, minerals and amino acids help fight the additional mental side effects of withdrawals such s depression, anxiety and exhaustion. This natural solution shifts the activity of brain cells, repairing the cognitive damage done by alcohol and drug addiction.
The NAD/NTR rapid detox provides clients with a natural and more efficient way to treat the physical and mental damage they have undergone through prolonged alcohol and drug abuse. It acts on a deep-rooted level to treat cognitive side effects that go untreated through more traditional detox methods.
The Florida Detox Helpline is committed to helping those who struggle with alcohol and drug addiction by helping these patients find effective detox and treatment options. If you know of someone who is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction and is in need of NAD/NTR rapid detox, please contact us. One of our treatment specialists will assist you in finding a rapid detox facility near you.
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