How Narconon Fresh Start Helps People Recover from Addiction

The Narconon Fresh Start drug rehab program is a comprehensive, holistic, long term method that effectively ends addiction problems once and for all.

The Narconon Fresh Start drug and alcohol rehabilitation program helps addicted individuals achieve long term sobriety and success in life. Effectively eliminating physical cravings through their New Life Detoxification Program, graduates of Narconon Fresh Start no longer struggle with compulsions to use drugs or alcohol. Narconon Fresh Start’s comprehensive drug and alcohol detoxification method flushes out the accumulated drug residues through a protocol of supervised exercise, monitored periods of sweating in a dry sauna and nutritional supplements that target the individual’s fatty tissues to effectively remove the stored drug metabolites. All program participants are medically cleared by a doctor before starting this intensive detoxification program to ensure their safety and wellbeing. The benefits of the New Life Detoxification Program include significantly reduced drug cravings. A majority of Narconon Fresh Start program participants find that they no longer struggle with cravings for drugs or alcohol whatsoever.

Following the New Life Detoxification Program is the Life Skill Courses. These courses educate the program participant on how to handle life clean and sober; to cope with the many joys and pains they will experience in their life without returning to drugs or alcohol. Program participants become students learning essential skills and tools to help them improve their quality of life. During their time enrolled in the Narconon Fresh Start drug rehab program students develop communication skills, study skills, personal responsibility, learn how to repair past damage they have caused, and cultivate a common sense moral code to live by. Graduates of this program regain control over their emotions, their behavior and their life. They learn how to work towards productive goals and maintain positive relationships while avoiding destructive ones.



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