Here you will find information on some facts regarding the safety and efficacy of rapid detox and anesthesia detoxification treatments. You will also learn how this opioid detox process helps individuals to quickly and successfully reverse their opioid dependence. We also discuss the history of this treatment and number of accelerated detoxification methods that utilizes naloxone to shorten the duration of acute opiate withdrawal. We also demonstrate the benefits and risks of placing a patient under anesthesia and not subject to unnecessary discomfort.

 

Rapid Detox by the Waismann Method®

In this site, you will learn why the Waismann Method is the best and safest rapid detox center worldwide. The necessity of being in a full-service accredited hospital for a few days and have a private recovery center to follow. We also discuss the difference between providers and Naltrexone Therapy. How rapid detox clears the receptors from opioid drugs, while the patient has no awareness of the process. But more importantly, how this Waismann Anesthesia Detox has provided the highest success rate of any opioid detox in history.

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Can Opioid Use Cause Hearing Loss?

There is an opioid addiction and opioid overdose crisis in the United States. It’s an epidemic that has reached unprecedented proportions and its impact affects all ranges of the socio-economic and demographic scale. Consequences of opioid abuse and dependency, including social instability and physical and mental harm, can be dire. One potential consequence in particular…

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7 Reasons Why Rapid Opiate Detox Is Safe

Rapid opiate detox, also known as anesthesia-assisted detoxification, can be a safe, fast opiate detoxification treatment for many people struggling with opioid dependence. The treatment’s safety, comfort, and effectiveness depend on several factors; from available medical resources, medical team experience and location where rapid detox is being provided. Is Rapid Opiate Detox Safe? When the…

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5 of the Top Prescribed Opioids – Prescription Drugs with Opiates?

In 2015, there were more than 300 million prescriptions dispensed for narcotic pain medications globally, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Out of the 300 million patients prescribed opiates, approximately 3 million of them struggled with opioid addiction that year.   Opioid drugs are drugs that bind to the opiate receptors, which significantly reduce the feelings of pain. Many prescription drugs have…

Here’s How Alcohol Treatment Can Work for You

Did you know that more than 80,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths each year in the United States? Alcohol abuse and dependency affect not just the individual, but also their family, friends, and even strangers. But if you or someone you love is dependent on alcohol, there are many alcohol treatment programs available to help you become and remain…

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The Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 88,000 people die each year as a result of alcohol-related events, including alcohol poisoning and accidents while intoxicated. These numbers make alcohol abuse the third leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Alcohol abuse isn’t just an issue because it can lead to…

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Medically Supervised Alcohol Detox Treatment

The Waismann Method® is proud to announce the opening of their medically supervised alcohol detoxification program. Alcohol-dependent patients can now enter the Waismann Method® to safely detox from alcohol without co-morbid opioid addiction. “We strongly believe that most acute alcohol detox should be managed in the hospital by experienced physicians so that appropriate medical resources are…

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New Law Limits Prescription Opioids

On July 1st, 2018 a new law went into effect prohibiting physicians to prescribe opioid drugs for more than seven days to patients with acute pain. Specifically, the law applies to physicians and patients in Florida, Tennessee, and Michigan. This law also affects cases of broken bones, back pain, short illnesses and most surgeries. In…