I have a new book out – and it’s really doing well (go figure). Guess there was a need there 😉 Check it out here:
No one plans to be in a position where they are battling from an Addiction or trying to figure out how to stop drinking. Facing potential alcohol withdrawal or withdrawal symptoms from quitting your drug of choice can be terrifying, particularly if you wish to detox at home. While alcohol detox can be dangerous, there are many instances in which it can be undertaken in a home environment if you are truly ready to quit drinking. This is also the case for detoxing from drugs at home, whether they be prescription or street drugs.
If your drug or alcohol addiction has finally gotten the best of you and you find that it’s time to do something about it, there is help available in this one of a kind book. Safely Detox From Alcohol and Drugs at Home offers clear and concise directions on how to quit drinking, how to handle alcohol withdrawal and how to detox at home from a very wide range of substances. With a clear approach, and drawing on her own history of addiction recovery, author Taite Adams is able to give the struggling addict, or supporting loved one, answers to a lot of questions and guidance in many key areas. Some of the areas that are addressed in detail are:
- Home Detox Considerations
- Health and Safety Considerations
- Have a Detox Plan
- To Taper or Not – Rules of Tapering
- Dealing with Cravings
- Home Alcohol Detox
- Opiate Detox at Home
- Life After Detox
- and Much More
Whether you are struggling with opiate addiction, meth addiction, or Xanax addiction help is available in many forms. There are additional sections addressing such things as Ambien withdrawal, Ecstasy withdrawal and even GHB withdrawal. Regardless of your situation, Safely Detox From Alcohol and Drugs at Home is an invaluable tool to get your questions answered, give you guidance for a safe home detox, if it is right for you, and help you move one step closer to a better way of life free of alcohol and drugs.