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Announcing Our New BR+NAD Treatment Rotation Schedule

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Is fear (or shame) keeping you from getting help for your substance use?

We understand your dilemma and are here to help

If you’re a high-functioning person with a substance use dependency, you may be reluctant to seek treatment for fear of missing too much work—and perhaps thereby making your condition publicly known.

If that’s the case, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We understand your dilemma and are here to help.

Here’s why it’s important:

Substance use dependencies rarely correct themselves. On the contrary,

Substance use typically worsens over time. (That is, after all, why drugs become addictive: your previous dose is no longer sufficient.)

Substance dependency is not your fault. In fact, “substance use disorder” is the term created by physicians to describe patients who have developed a dependency or addiction through no fault of their own. Perhaps they were prescribed opioids for pain following surgery or an accident; perhaps they were prescribed benzodiazepines to treat insomnia.

Whatever the reason, substance dependency is nothing to be ashamed about, but to seek treatment for. Substance dependency is, after all, a national public health crisis. You are not alone in suffering from dependency and you need not be alone in getting out of it.

Attempts to detox without support are not only difficult but, depending on the substance, they can even put your life at risk. (Drugs like alcohol, benzodiazepines, prescription opioids, and heroin are the most likely to need medical detox.) That’s because they either require a gradual withdrawal to wean your dependency and/or they require medical supplementation and supervision to address symptoms like depression, delirium tremors (DT), diarrhea, nausea, and insomnia.

Furthermore, cravings are one of the most common symptoms of withdrawal and, without support, it’s easy to relapse.

Relapse, though common, is doubly dangerous. That’s because after even a brief period of abstinence the brain becomes less tolerant of the drugs. A dose that once would have been “normal” can now become fatal—particularly if you are mixing drugs, say alcohol and a prescription opioid. Drugs bought on the street are even more dangerous, as there’s no way to know what you’re actually ingesting.

But Springfield Wellness Center has a way to help.

Utilizing our intravenous BR+NAD protocols we can detox you safely and with minimal side effects and cravings in just 10 short days.

Moreover, we now offer rotations that begin on Friday, meaning that you can complete your 10-day detox by the second Sunday following—in time to return to work feeling better than you most likely have in years! 

“After just 10 days of BR+NAD treatment, my patients have a mental clarity and cognitive focus that I don’t typically see until three or four years after conventional detox treatments.” – Dr. Rachel Murphy

“I’m on Day 7 and I haven’t felt like this in 13 years! I find myself singing to myself; I’ve never done that!”—Opioid detox patient

Our new rotation schedule begins November 6, 2020. Call us at 844.334.4727 and schedule your recovery NOW![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]