Addiction and substance abuse creates a completely incompatible, and often dangerous, lifestyle. In order to be completely free from addictions several things need to take place, the most important, engaging to develop positive changes in lifestyle.
Generally it’s quite difficult to make the changes necessary in one’s life to complete a turnaround, whether from over eating, lack of exercise, or spiritual grounding. All of these things take a committed decision. Addiction recovery is no different.
Based on the nature of the addictive dependency, and the level of the patient’s decision to recover, outpatient detox and recovery treatments are seeing a new level of success, especially in heroin detox. There will always be times when it’s best to be admitted to a hospital or rehab center, especially when serious drug or alcohol addiction have expectations of a period of physical and mental discomfort, and often, pain. However, addicts are often reluctant to live with the stigma of accepting in-patient treatment and there must be alternative options available.
Other challenges factor into the equation when deciding to go to in-patient treatment, such as payment of bills, maintaining the family unit, and putting a job at risk. Therefore, it’s common to see patients waiting too long to seek help for their addictions, thinking they can handle it on their own, until a negative episode occurs, and they have no other choice.
The considerations for successful out-patient addiction recovery treatment are vast.
At AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center unique protocols have been developed by Dr. Dalal Akoury to provide a safe, quick, and effective detox period followed by maintenance solutions to guarantee long-term freedom from addiction. By addressing the root causes of addiction, and through Neuro Endocrine Restoration (NER), actually repairing damage done to both the brain and endocrine system caused by illicit drug, prescription medication, and alcohol addiction, the effects of the recovery treatment are swift and impressive.
Dr. Akoury says, “Unfortunately, this is something that the majority of conventional programs do not address. In addition to healing of the mind that comes from the program structure itself, the ability to recover at home helps boost optimism and confidence while eliminating feelings of shame and embarrassment.”
Having the ability to detox and restore healthy lifestyles from home allows individuals to seek treatment earlier, thus adding to the success of their recovery. By bringing the body, mind, and spirit into alignment with the use of support and natural supplements, there is no reason for this type of program to fail. Addiction Recovery Treatment at AWAREmed is unique compared to others because it realizes that all addictions are multi-faceted problems, and treated as individual cases.
Dr. Dalal Akoury, Founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center
Dr. Dalal Akoury is fellowship trained and certified in anti-aging functional and regenerative medicine, as well as having more than twenty years of accumulated experience in emergency medicine, pediatrics, and a master’s degree in public health. She has also served fellowships in pediatric hematology/oncology and has preformed research in leukemia and the effects of smoking.
About developing her dream, AWAREmed and Wellness U, Dr. Akoury says, “My mission is to ignite the spark of health deep within everyone, and to allow this sparkle of wellness to shine through everyone’s eyes, becoming one with the universe, and aligning body, mind, and spirit.”
If you are committed to a clean and sober life and wish to kick your addictions for good, make the call today for details about NER Addiction Recovery Treatment or make an appointment: 843-213-1480
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Excellent post! I only wish that a former friend of mine had this available to her when we were in the midst of our crisis. Everything is about timing. Even though I tried to do all of moral things, kept her out of jail and ultimately saved her life…. no gratitude whatsoever after my life was turned upside down too! How does one fix “the mind of the addict” once they are physically clean? I’d like to know. Is the 12 step program a useful component after Dr. Akoury’s treatment? How many addicts really want to make amends- I wonder? Thanks! LJ