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Natural Detox

Addiction to drugs or alcohol, especially addictions that include physical elements of dependence, can lead to serious consequences. Natural detox methods can help an addict to heal and recover without subjecting him or her to the struggles associated with using other drugs in order to remain abstinent from substance use. Addicts often need a boost in the right direction when it comes to getting sober, natural detox is one way that withdrawal symptoms can be reduced and physical dependence can be overcome without placing further toxins into the body.

Nutritional Therapy

Many natural detox methods utilize nutritional therapy as the primary foundation for recovery. Patients are able to eat healthy meals, drink plenty of fluids and sustain a nutritional advantage in the early days of addiction treatment and recovery. Since addiction to drugs or alcohol often leads to malnourishment and malnutrition, those who enter a natural detoxification program and eat healthy meals that are nutritionally balanced are more likely to detox faster and to feel better more quickly than those who attempt other methods of treatment.

Nutritional therapy can naturally fill gaps in an addict’s recovery by providing health options that boost metabolism, reduce withdrawal symptoms, cleanse the body and prepare the patient for the healing process and the long-term treatment that is to come. Addicts are frequently suffering from various elements of addiction that make healing and recovery challenging. Nutritional therapy can help the addict to naturally heal so that he or she can work more steadily toward other goals in recovery down the road.

Herbal Therapy

Natural Detox Program

Natural detox is a great way to recover naturally and not include harsh medicines into the process.

Many different herbs can be used, and have been used since the ancient times, to treat a variety of ailments. Herbal remedies work to control a variety of withdrawal symptoms including:

  • insomnia or sleep disturbances
  • anxiety or depression
  • stomach cramps
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • cravings

Some herbs, such as chamomile and peppermint have been used by housewives, doctors and ancient Chinese herbalists for centuries to help people to relax, cope with gas or otherwise feel better from a variety of problems. These herbs are commonly used in many natural detox programs as a way of helping those in recovery to cope with the withdrawal symptoms that come as a result of their abstinence from certain types of substance abuse.


Although acupuncture is actually an alternative therapy that is widely used both in natural detox and in holistic detox, this method of treatment was actually first used by Chinese therapists many centuries ago. Acupuncture can be used in natural detox to help reduce stress, anxiety, pain or discomofort during withdrawal. Many of the physical and mental symptoms of withdrawal can be moderated or controlled with ancient acupuncture techniques that involve placing small needles at various pressure points on the body of the patient.

Natural detox is an overall safe method of recovery that can be highly beneficial to those who are addicted to various drugs. Drugs such as heroin, opiates or prescription medications may require additional medical intervention at first to ensure the safety and health of the patient but as the detox process progresses, even these conditions can benefit from many natural therapeutic methods of treatment and care.

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