Methamphetamine Users Still Make Headlines

Drug Rehab Graduate Kim

News stories are still written about meth labs blowing up and the tragedies of meth users who have become so heavily addicted that they ignore their own children. One recent story told about a house in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that exploded and burned down in the wee hours of the morning, injuring seven people including two police officers. Ironically, that house had been targeted for a police raid three hours later due to suspected methamphetamine production. The contents of the home included many supplies needed to make methamphetamine. According to police records, police found more than 25 different types of chemicals, storage jars, glass filters and other accessories in the rubble, all of the type used in the production of methamphetamine.



Methamphetamine is a synthetic stimulant drug used for both medicinal and recreational purposes. The latter use is illegal in most countries. It is sometimes prescribed for ADHD and narcolepsy. People can become addicted to it after only one dose. This drug is so potent that many people ignore their responsibilities when on it, seeking more meth by any means available. Some addicts are so hooked they resort to making it themselves, despite dangers of explosions due to the dangerous chemicals involved. Some people who try to get off it with traditional programs do not succeed and think they may be addicted to it forever.

If one finally reaches the point of wanting to quit using methamphetamine, it is vital that he or she gets help from an effective rehab program.

Narconon Offers Hope and Help for Meth and other Addicts

The Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program offers effective drug rehab for anyone who is addicted, whether to meth or other drugs or alcohol. The program is so comprehensive and effective that seventy percent of its graduates remain drug-free at least two years following completion of the program. There are Narconon residential rehab centers in nearly fifty locations around the world, including many in the US.

At each location, a recovering drug addict will go through the full eight-phase Narconon program, which includes services to address both the physical and mental aspects of addiction. One of the best-known steps is the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program. On this step, the former user follows a strict regimen of daily moderate exercise, taking in good nutrition and some nutritional supplements, while also spending time each day in a dry-heat sauna. This unique combination can help one to rid the body of drug residues and leaves one feeling quite clean and refreshed. This step also usually results in far fewer or sometimes even no more cravings for drugs.

Kim's story

Kim came to Narconon Arrowhead after her father had become desperate to help her beat her methamphetamine addiction. She had been to numerous other programs before coming to Narconon and had pretty much given up hope. Because of these failures, when her father first presented the idea, Kim refused to go, but when she heard about the sauna portion in the Narconon New Life Detoxification Program, she became interested.

She spoke about her life before arriving at Narconon Arrowhead in Oklahoma. She didn't open her mail, didn't go out, but stayed isolated at home all day. She didn't even attend her child's baseball games. She said it was horrible and that she was miserable and sad. She needed help.

Kim had become addicted to methamphetamine after she started using it at the age of 35. Despite her earlier failures at getting off meth, Kim found that the sauna detox program at Narconon was great. She said she felt very energetic at the end of that part of the Narconon program. She could taste better, could perceive smells better and she said, "I had energy levels like I never had before."

Kim said her biggest win on the program was getting herself back. She said she got her life back along with her self-respect and awareness.

She described her life and viewpoint after completing the entire Narconon program. "I am able to look at things completely different now and I see the whole world from a different perspective, which is amazing. I feel so much better. I can't wait to get out there and live my life the way I was supposed to!"

This can be the result of effective drug rehab for someone you care about. Find out all the details of the Narconon program. Call today.

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References:

  • http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/easton/index.ssf/2013/03/bethlehem_fire_leaves_remants.html
  • http://www.sciencedaily.com/articles/m/methamphetamine.htm







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