Accelerated Healing in Addiction Recovery
by Jordan BurninghamFebruary 20, 2019 Continuing Care, Evidence-Based, Life Skills, Nutrition, Therapies0 comments
There is evidence that drug addiction shares features with other chronic illnesses, such as 1)heredity – it may run in families, 2)it is potentially influenced by environmental conditions and behavior; and, 3)patients typically respond to appropriate treatment, which often includes long-term lifestyle modification. Addiction, like heart disease, cancers, and type II diabetes, is a real and complex disease.
A frequent and recurring topic of discussion among those responsible for treating chronic addiction is the need for new, effective treatments. Like so many treatment options, when just the symptoms are addressed, as opposed to the underlying causes, results will be limited or lasting only in the short term.
So, while genetic research offers significant promise for our future health prospects, there are other innovative, clinically proven approaches to care that can be effective right now.
Maximizing the patient’s ability to recover more quickly and more permanently, will be well accepted in the continually changing substance abuse landscape. Substance abusers have long been looking for “better care” not just “more care.”
– Diamond Tree
Bring On Accelerated Healing
Because chronic addiction can be so difficult to overcome and the causes so complicated, there really is no singular solution for recovery. But an ingestible, plant-based treatment that can help expedite recovery, regardless of a patient’s underlying disorders, may provide a pathway to that end and is undoubtedly one treatment modality for clinicians in either inpatient or outpatient arena to consider.
It is true that people do choose behaviors that have undesirable results. An essential component of any credible addiction recovery treatment program will include elements of personal responsibility and behavioral change. But add to that program Accelerated Healing as a treatment modality and watch real change begin. Specifically designed to be applied after initial treatment to improve the effectiveness of the initial treatment and to help suppress the possibility of relapse, Accelerated Healing treatment provides vital nutrients that are critical to cell repair and function throughout the body and the brain. It may also increase the effectiveness of other modalities in patients previously unresponsive to addiction treatment.
Many recovery patients are likely (and unknowingly) living with nutritional deficiencies that frustrate treatment protocols from ensuring successful healing. Nearly two-thirds of patients being treated for substance abuse may not reach complete closure, even with long-term care. It should come as no surprise to anyone that cellular regeneration can be achieved by ensuring patients receive nutrients that are critical and essential to cellular functionality and restoration.
If you want to see improvements in your long-term outcome, try this new treatment modality at Diamond Tree Recovery. You will receive organic plant-based nutrient-dense meals, clean water, specialized supplementation protocols and oxygenation of the tissues through fitness. These are some of the crucial keys to Accelerated Healing on your path to recovery.
How Do We Do It?
- Remove the obstacles/dependency inhibiting healing, (Detox)
- Restore of the body to homeostasis (Lifestyle medicine)
- Give the cells and tissues what they need to heal and repair (Evidence-based nutrition)