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Colorado Drug Rehab Explains Biophysical Alcohol and Drug Treatment



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Biophysical treatment programs have been in the U.S. for over four decades, but until recently, they haven't been accessible to those who needed their services. Fortunately, we now have this modality of treatment in Colorado and what was scarace ten years ago is now becoming common. This speaks to the success of this type of treatment. It is well worth your time to understand this modality of care and to talk to our counselors who can answer any of your questions. Colorado Drug Rehab has been professionally involved with biophysical treatment for twenty years.

Biophysical treatment methods get the residue of the drugs out of the body. Through research, it has been found that the human body will store a residue, called a metabolite of the drug, in the dormant fat tissue of the body for many years after drug use/abuse. When a person stops using drugs, this residue of the fat-soluble drugs begins to be released back into the blood stream which causes cravings, anxiety, and depression in the addict who may be trying desperately to stop the cravings and curtail his use.

When a person stops using drugs, this residue of the fat-soluble drugs begins to be released back into the blood stream which causes cravings, anxiety, and depression in the addict who may be trying desperately to curtail his use.

This can go on for literally years and is the major reason why many programs claim that addiction is a life-long disease. As these toxins are released back into the blood stream, it causes the struggling drug affected person to experience some of the original drug effect and causes depression and mental health problems that lead many to see advice from psychiatrist who will then prescribe a psychiatric medication, which leads to more toxins in the body to add to the emotional roller coaster that most recovering people experience daily. Almost every addict has been told: "Once and Addict, Always and Addict". It is more true to say that once you take drugs, your body is contaminated and you may be haunted by reoccurring cravings, even after you have stopped using.

As these toxins are released back into the blood stream, it causes the struggling drug affected person to experience some of the original drug effect and causes depression and mental health problems that lead many to see advice from psychiatrist who will then prescribe a psychiatric medication, which leads to more toxins in the body to add to the emotional roller coaster that most recovering people experience daily.

Drugs like heroin, oxycontin, cocaine, and meth are more powerful than the natural chemicals the brain produces to be happy, so these "flash-back" experiences overpower ones natural chemistry. The highest percentages of relapses occur within the first years, which corresponds with the fact that not only is the fat tissue releasing drugs back into the blood stream, but the endorphins and other "feel-good" neuro-hormones may take up to a year before this natural chemical balance is restored and most "recovering" addicts cannot take the anxiety and depression they are causing for any length of time without relapsing back to on their drug of choice or drug of availability.

The Biophysical method uses a purification technology in conjunction with vitamins and minerals to release these toxic residues stored in fat tissue, back into the blood stream where they are then forced out of the body, leaving the person free of this contamination and free of the cravings, anxiety or depression caused by the side effects of these drugs. This enables a return to a natural chemical balance, which is why these types of programs don't subscribe to the adige, "Once and Addict, Always and Addict". This type of drug rehabilitation center uses a social educational model to restore ethics and build life-skills to ensure their graduates are drug free and productive members of society. Biophysical Drug Rehab Programs using this clinical method are having a success rate of over 78%. This is why biophysical drug treatment centers are the most highly recommended and fastest growing form of treatment.

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DISCLAIMER: None of the information contained here should be considered medical advice. Alcohol and drug detoxification should be done under medical and/or professional supervision. At the first sign of alcohol or drug withdrawal symptoms or discomfort, immediately seek medical advice. Do not attempt to detox from alcohol or other drugs without proper medical supervision. If you feel that you have a medical emergency, call 911 and seek local advice.

 

 

 

 

 

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