Because all other treatment methods to help people stop drinking or stop using drugs have a high margin for error and so achieve very low success rates as they use ‘slow and out-dated methods’ such as talking therapies (hypnosis, counselling, rehab, 12 steps, CBT etc) or daily medications (pharma meds, sprays, opiates, subutex etc) which don’t work for most people or most of the time.
Most days people say to themselves ‘I’m stopping today’ and usually crumble within a few hours/days, this is because ‘cognition is very weak’ as how one ‘feels’ (I want a drink or drugs) is the primary focus when trying to stop drinking or using drugs.
Our e-treatment is the only method that can remove the ’cause’ of the problem which is the ‘wavelength of the substance’ itself. The phase e-signal wavelength of the substance maintains the craving or desire for that substance, once neutralised the craving/desire has either gone or is greatly diminished therefore making it much easier to stop drinking or using drugs as one ‘feels different’ as per the client feedback.
Yes. We have more client testimonials than any other treatment centre in the UK. Our genuine and comprehensive customer comments are provided months and even years after treatment and confirm how good our treatment actually is and how it can ‘help’ clients to reduce/stop their alcohol or drug use and regain control. We have the original copies available which validate this treatment and its results. All our client testimonials have been verified by independent solicitors. Click here to read solicitor’s confirmation.
No. No addiction treatments centres provide a cure. Most people do not need a cure they only need help to stop their dependency and regain control. Our e-treatment is an aid to achieve this so the individual can break their usage habits. Any person who expects to be cured will not be suitable for this or any other treatment as they seek to remove themselves from the treatment process and blame others for their behaviour.
Yes, addiction does not mean that it is impossible to stop doing something, it just means that there are powerful urges and needs that have to be overcome in order to do so. Anything that can help stop these urges, strengthen the resolve to resist these urges or reduce their frequency or intensity can help in overcoming the problem.
Yes. We have helped thousands of clients over the last 14 years to either, stop drinking, stop using drugs and stop smoking. Most drinkers require one to three treatment sessions to stop drinking and most drug users require five to ten days of treatment to help stop using drugs, depending on daily usage.
Our e-treatment uses advanced Informational Medicine and is the only method which ‘automatically’ reduces physical tolerance levels and helps to restore health. It is completely different to any other treatment method(s) and should not be confused with simple tapering. There is no research into reducing physical tolerance only studying the effects of substance misuse. Our treatment helps clients to reduce their drugs/alcohol intake gradually and safely. The detox follows the recommendations set out by Professor Ashton, ‘the rate of reduction is never rigid but is flexible and controlled by the client according to their individual needs which are different in every case’ this means they experience little to no withdrawals during the detox process as their physical need for the substance is always satisfied. As physical tolerance levels are reducing after each treatment session, this allows less substance to be used until dependency free.
Clients do not suffer the usual unpleasant withdrawal symptoms while reducing such as shaking, drug craving, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramping, diarrhea, confusion, agitation, depression, anxiety and other behavioral changes as our detox process also follows the recommended detox procedure set out by Professor Ashton, ‘the rate of reduction is never rigid but is flexible and controlled by the client according to their individual needs which are different in every case’ which means our clients can simply have more substance if they feel it is needed, the treatment also ‘helps’ to reduces physical tolerance levels so less substance is ‘automatically’ required after each treatment session.
As clients ‘step off’ a minimum amount [1 or 2 lines or 1 to 5mls] any possible symptoms are normally much milder. Some clients, not all, may experience ‘temporary symptoms’ such as restless legs, runny nose, aching arm etc as their body finally adjusts from opiate dependency to non-dependency, which is to be expected.
If you have only just started looking for the best ways stop drinking or stop drug use, that would explain why you have just become aware of it. Had you been looking for the last 14 years, you would be aware of our addiction therapy and our very successful results.
Yes, everything you have been told about how difficult it can be to stop drinking or drug use is true when using other treatment methods such as willpower, medication, the 12 steps or counselling, as their process is either very long (months & years) or is very unpleasant and painful. However, we continually prove ‘in real life’ that most of what you have been told does not apply to our clients.
Because it is an actual treatment process which neutralises any substance and helps stop the craving/desire to use while aiding the body’s natural detox process, so the individual finds it much easier to stop using and regain control. Other treatments such as medication seldom work and can cause further prescription drug addiction and dependency problems. Most people do not find Narcotics Anonymous suitable as it is a weekly support group in a group setting, which is based on the 12 steps and relies on a ‘higher power’ to help you stop using, this and other talking therapies do not address the core issue of physical need/desire for opiates and can take many years, if at all. Our advanced e-treatments helps quickly.
Drug use is caused by the ‘feeling’ that you want/need a drugs and to stop withdrawals, if you don’t have any drugs available, you will go and buy some, so the physical need motivates your actions. Once the physical desire has gone there is no urge to use and so it is much easier to break the cycle, stop using and regain control. Dealing with the physical desire is the key to helping to stop drug use and regaining control quickly.
Far better. In a residential stay the individual is denied access to alcohol/drugs and give a prescribed substitute instead, as soon as they return to normal life, many people start using again. With our treatment the individual has the normal access to alcohol/drugs but is reducing their consumption until clean. This is evidence the treatment is working and helping to break the old habits, so the individual can stop drinking/using and regain control.
No. We can combine our detox formulas for two substances in a ‘dual detox’ i.e. alcohol & cocaine, at no extra cost, but this normally adds an extra day to the treatment process.
Yes this e-treatment is very safe and there are usually no side-effects or discomfort, although individual experiences may vary. E-signal based treatments have been used in healthcare since the 1970’s with no reported incidents.
Very little. You do not require days of preparation, simply continue to use as normal until your appointment. Please try to avoid caffeine & alcohol for 12 hours before your treatment and 24 hours after each treatment. After treatment it helps to drink plenty of water (up to 2 liters) to aid the detox process. You will be guided through the detox process and how to reduce after each treatment session.
The focus of ‘treatment’ for alcohol or drug addiction is now on ending dependency. The ‘harm reduction’ approach has been scrapped. There are no government targets for the number of people who should be substance free per year.
Very little as most people are simply left on prescription drugs or referred to talking therapies.
Yes. We successfully detoxed a young father of four in 2006 who had been on heroin and 80mls of methadone a day for the past five years for the ‘heads of committee’ of a regional Drug & Alcohol team (DAT). Over a 5 day period with their staff monitoring his reduction and wellbeing, he successfully detoxed and stopped using methadone in 5 days. The clinical director of the regional DAT stated ‘I was very impressed and intrigued by the treatment you gave one of my patients..’.
Nearly all treatments available for addiction focus on ‘living with the problem’, rather than stopping it. The focus of our treatment is based on ‘recovery’ and not addiction maintenance. We can help stop alcohol/drug use so the individual can stop drinking/using and regain control.
The basis of Informational Medicine is not new and was developed in Europe in 1977. By using the correct e-signal wavelengths in the right order it is possible to neutralise a substance (drugs/alcohol) completely and help stop the body’s dependency for it. Over the last 14 years we have treated over 10,000 clients to either, stop smoking, stop drinking or stop using drugs, so our e-treatment is well established, proven and tested.
Our e-treatment uses subtle wavelengths instead of chemistry (pharmaceutical drugs) to bring about change and works quickly to neutralise or erase the alcohol/drugs in the body, so the body does not crave/need it any more. We can help stop the cravings or desire for any substance(s) so the individual feels indifferent towards it and so can stop using it. The key to stopping addiction is to stop the physical need or desire for alcohol or drugs.
Any clinical scientist will tell you, laboratory results will only stand up when the treatment is used in the real world. Medication (chemistry) targets cells to evoke change in the patients’ condition however it is no secret that over 90% of all drugs only work for 30% to 50% of the patients who take them due to their genes which interfere in some way with the medicine. Wavelengths do not rely on genetics as they target a specific substance(s) rather than an individual’s cells and so produces much higher response rates. It is well established in physics that everything has its own wavelength range including: living creatures, organs, plants and disease even substances like nicotine, alcohol or drugs have their own wavelength range.
Our treatment works similar to how a radio picks up a frequency broadcast from hundreds of miles away, the body picks up the treatment wavelengths via the main acupuncture points on the wrists (no needles are used during this treatment) to successfully cancel/erase the effects of drugs/alcohol throughout the entire body and stimulate the production of endorphins so withdrawal symptoms are greatly reduced. It is safe, painless and very successful. Click here for further details.
Not usually as no medication is involved however individual experiences may vary as with any treatment method. The most likely side-effect is mild dehydration due to the detox process however to combat this we ask clients to drink more water than normal post treatment.
Because there is no research into stopping addiction. The Royal College of Psychiatrists estimates that only ¼ of 1% of the budget to fight drugs misuse is spent on studying ‘the effects’ of drugs/alcohol use, with no research to help end the problem. This explains why no treatments to help with addiction have come from this area or is likely to come from this area in the future.
Any research into alcohol/drug problems is based on developing more chemical based drug treatments that allow the individual to ‘live with the problem’, not stop it.
Because current ‘treatment’ methods will not help you to stop. There is no research into stopping addiction, so it’s clear the only way to get the treatment you want and need is to use private treatment.
No. It helps stop and break the current cycle of drug abuse so the individual can stop using drugs and regain control, which is the hardest part in becoming drug free. Click here for warning signs of relapsing. The responsibility to remain drug free is that of the individual and not a third party.
Some people may need a top up session at some time in the future if they relapse. However an annual or bi-annual top-up treatment is a small commitment to remain in control and could be viewed as preemptive approach to drug addiction.
We do not offer a money back guarantee for a very good reason, if the individual has nothing invested in the treatment process there is no reason not to restart their drug use or drinking and claim a refund however at this point the individual is still using. You are buying treatment time in our diary to have the same treatment programs that have helped others. No addiction treatment facility is able to offer a guarantee as any treatment carries an element of risk and individual responsibilities and experiences may vary.
No. The goal for many of our clients is to stop drinking now so they can gain control over their alcohol use and reintroduce alcohol back into their lifestyle but at much lower levels and under more control. We would not recommend any clients to reintroduce alcohol back into their lifestyle until they can drink responsibly. The long-term success of any treatment is the responsibility of the individual and not a third party.
If an individual genuinely lacks the ability to manage their alcohol consumption and drink responsibility then they two options, either not to drink at all or have top up treatments to help remain in control of their alcohol use.
For most people one to three days, although some clients may require up to 10 treatment sessions or more depending on their level of usage.
For most people five to ten days depending on the amount of drugs used daily. Some people may run under/over or take longer if they do not follow our advice or take more substance than is actually required, in such cases extra sessions may be required at an additional cost. Each detox is different due to individual physiology.
Our methods work for nearly everyone depending upon him or her, actually wanting to stop drinking or drug use and following the treatment program & instructions as full client commitment is essential for the best results. This treatment is an intervention to help the individual to stop using/drinking and regain control, individuals are responsible for their long term success. This treatment is not suitable for people who expect to be cured or are unable to follow simple instructions.
Drug and alcohol treatments are based upon a set number of days. It may become evident during the detox program that the individual has underestimated or misrepresented their actual usage or is not following the treatment program instructions. In which case further treatments sessions or a break in treatment may be required. Any additional treatment sessions will incur additional costs and a break in treatment will result in lost treatment time. We reserve the right to charge £295.00 per session for any additional treatment sessions over the initial treatment assessment.
Our methods work for nearly everyone depending upon him or her, actually wanting to stop their drug use and following the treatment program & instructions as full client commitment is essential for the best results. This treatment is an intervention to help the individual to stop and regain control however individuals are responsible for their long term success. This treatment is not suitable for people who have mental health issues, expect to be cured or are unable to follow simple instructions.
No. After treatment most clients feel fit and well and ready to work, although we recommend clients have a couple of days rest before returning to any physical activity.
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No, not in the general understanding of the term ‘medical’ which most people associate with doctors in a medical setting. The e-treatment is a complementary therapy by definition and is non-medical and involves no pharmaceutical medication. The e-treatment is a safe, non-invasive treatment to detox and neutralise any substance so one finds it much easier to stop, break the habit and regain control.
Our treatment process is a complementary therapy and as such is governed by British Common Law. British Common Law applies to the practice of complementary therapy. This right protects an individual’s freedom to carry out medical activities not specifically prohibited by an act of Parliament. As a result, given some restrictions and provided they do not breach the Medical Act of 1983, non-allopathic providers can practice medicine as Healthcare professionals.
Provided the individual being treated has given their informed consent, he or she can be treated by any person as long as a person does not claim to a medical practitioner registered under the Medical Act 1983 then they can offer medical advice and treatment and can treat a range of diseases, providing they do not claim to cure or treat certain specified diseases as proscribed by law.
The common law right to practice springs from the fundamental principle that everyone can choose the form of healthcare that they require. Successive governments have ensured that as long as patients require complementary and alternative treatment, access to it will be guaranteed. As a result, given some restrictions and provided they do not breach the Medical Act of 1983, non-allopathic providers can practise medicine. In principle, non-registered persons are even allowed to perform surgical acts with the consent of patients.
In the United Kingdom the common law right to choose one’s own treatment for illness has been barely constrained by law and can be treated by a wide variety of healthcare professions, as long as they do not claim to be registered medical practitioners and do not practise protected disciplines such as dentistry, midwifery, and veterinary medicine or supply medicines limited to prescription.
Practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine in the United Kingdom are free to practice as they wish. There are two categories of regulation applicable to the complementary therapy professions: voluntary self-regulation and statutory regulation. Statutory regulation is recommended in therapies where there is a higher possible risk to the public from poor practice such as cosmetic surgery. Most complementary therapies choose a voluntary self-regulatory system the most appropriate route for their therapy.