Your body wants to be well.
I know it doesn’t feel that way sometimes, especially if you are experiencing withdrawal, but we humans are built to survive.
When you stop drinking, your body is no longer in a constant battle against the continued influx of poison, so it can switch its attention back to actual repair.
Part of the pain you experience during withdrawal from alcohol is your body fighting to regain its health, so why not shortcut the process and give it a leg up?
If you have ever tried to detox from alcohol in the past, you will know that removing alcohol from your daily routine is quickly followed by a range of symptoms and cravings such as:
• Carb & sugar cravings
• Anger and irritability
• Intense emotions
All these feelings flooding in at once and the desperate need to get back to some form of normality can lead you into a period of “rationalisation”, because much as you consciously do not want to drink, your brain wants to make all these feelings stop.
“its just the one…..”
“I’ll get back on it again tomorrow….”
This is just your brains survival mechanisms kicking in – it’s perfectly normal and very hard to resist.
So, what if you could reduce the physical symptoms of withdrawal and convince your brain that everything is ok?
Our founding partner John Gillen has been helping people recover from alcohol and drug addiction for over 20 years and has made it his life’s work to find a more sustainable solution that not only speeds up the detox process by lessening the withdrawal symptoms but also puts your body and mind on track for optimal health.
This is why Nadcell Mindcare is different.
We provide a range of treatments that support your body and your mind to recover true health and to help you keep hold of that health once you get there, without relying on that ever-transient willpower.