It’s no secret that drug addiction wreaks havoc on the human body in a variety of ways. Most people who are caught up in addiction are not obtaining the optimum amount of nutrients. When the body is deprived of essential nutrients it cannot perform properly and will begin to deteriorate over time.
One of the reasons many people hesitate about living a sober life is that they fear they will be missing out on things. There is a lie that too many people have bought into that drugs or alcohol are a necessary way to have fun.
In order to live a life of sobriety after living a life of addiction, a person will need to make several changes to the way they live their life.
When I first went into treatment, the idea of living a life 100% sober terrified me. I thought it would be boring and I had no idea how I would deal with the stresses of everyday life.
Are you struggling with the decision of getting sober? Here are some questions to ask yourself to see if you are ready to make a change. Is your drinking or drug use no longer enjoyable? Let’s be completely honest, in the beginning, drinking and drug use don’t always have negative consequences.
Recent graduates share their feelings about how it feels to complete the Narconon Program. “I am happy I completed the program. It definitely wasn’t easy, but it was worth the time and effort. I am so thankful for this place and the staff.