How Narconon Handles Meth Use

The joy of using meth and the anxiety from withdrawing from the drug makes meth one of the most addictive substances in the world.  This leaves a person feeling helpless and alone.   A person who is a meth addict continues to use the drug, even though they are experiencing negative consequences in their life as a result. They are not able to choose whether they are going to use meth. Instead, they experience a “need” for it that becomes a driving force in their life.  They believe that they have to have the drug despite the cost or consequences.

Meth is a stimulant, Schedule II drug. Stimulants have chemical structures that are similar to the brains neurotransmitters called monoamines. These stimulants increase the level of these chemicals in the brain and body. This causes increases blood pressure and heart rate, as well as constricts blood vessels. This gives the body an increase in dopamine which gives the body a sense of euphoria. When misused, stimulants can be very addictive and can result in irregular heartbeat, dangerously high body temperatures and potential for cardiovascular failure or seizures. Taking high doses of stimulants for short periods of time can cause paranoia and hostility in individuals.

Effects of meth

Meth easily dissolves in water to be used intravenously; it can be eaten, snorted or smoked as well. The drug is highly addictive.  The user keeps using despite the negative consequences such as:

•    Loss of ambitions
•    Teeth decay
•    Loss of morals
•    Paranoia
•    Dramatic weight loss
•    Psychotic behavior

Narconon Handles Meth Addiction

When a person uses meth, the drug changes how a person thinks and feels.  When they come off the drug, it leaves them feeling guilty and alone.  The drug causes hallucinations and actually brings a person out of reality so much that a person cannot distinguish what is true and what the drug makes them think is real.

Narconon Arrowhead specializes in helping meth abusers overcome their addiction by using a unique process, which clears the body of all drug metabolites and gives them the tools to stay drug free for a lifetime.

When you come to Narconon, the staff helps you withdrawal from meth with minimum pain and suffering.  First they put you on a routine of vitamins that help replenish the body of lost vitamins due to meth use.  They give light messages that help ease sore bones and muscles caused by meth use. The user then learns better communication skills and patience, which aids in learning how to confront others and life’s situations.

To clear the body of all drug metabolites and other toxins, addicts sit in a dry sauna for 5 hours a day taking 5-10 minute breaks every 20 minutes. They are required to drink up to 2 gallons of water to prevent dehydration.  During this process the user may actually feel some old effects of the drug as they are sweating them out. This process on average lasts 30 days but varies depending on the individual. Once a person has completed this process, they feel younger and more vibrant.  Some have reported that their head is no longer cloudy but clear, and they feel even better than they had before they started using meth.

Now that the body is clear of drugs, Narconon helps a person get their mind clear and guilt free as well. We do this by bringing a person out of their shell, helping them to be aware of what’s around them and regain simple communication skills this leads a person to realize who they are and to feel good about them self again. The associates of meth addicts are generally not the most productive members of society.  They tend to bring a person down and keep them trapped in the same low-life they are in.  Narconon basically teaches users how to identify good people versus evil people.  It gives them an opportunity and “know how” to break free from the people who brought them down, and start associating with people who will support their drug free life and want to see them be successful.  Narconon teaches a person to take responsibility for their past wrong doings in unique ways to make amends with their loved ones and others. Once a person can take responsibility for their actions and be honest with themselves and others, it gives them great relief and well-being. Narconon teaches users they can break life’s situations down into different categories and apply formulas to any situation they encounter to make that situation good for themselves and others around them.

Once a person has completed the Narconon program, they have a new outlook on life.  They understand right from wrong and have the know-how to be a responsible, productive member of society again.

If you or someone you know is struggling with a meth addiction get help today! Call Narconon at 800-468-6933.