Stress, depression, addiction, alcoholism, and post-traumatic stress deplete the brain of chemicals known as neurotransmitters. Springfield Wellness Center developed a proprietary protocol called NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide). When a patient receives individually designed IV (Intravenous) of NAD under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Headrick, and his trained medical staff, it helps replenish the supply of neurotransmitters, rejuvenating the brain to a superior healthier state.
Alcohol & Drug Addiction Detox Treatment
Detox Treatment Approach - The process is also known as NAD IV Therapy which was first demonstrated as early as 1960 in detoxifying patients from alcohol, opiates, tranquilizers and stimulants and reducing withdrawal symptoms, as well as reducing, and often eliminating the cravings.
At the end of the IV Therapy over 90% of patients report no cravings, increased clarity of mind, better problem-solving ability, improved focus and concentration, increased energy, and improved mood.
A simpler way of understanding NAD; it is a co-enzyme that is found in all living matters, and essential to living. It goes into the brain and bathes it nutrients. It is one of the most natural ways to get off a substance without debilitating withdrawal symptoms or becoming addicted to another substance.
Effective when combined with psychotherapy
When the IV Therapy is combined with psychological and spiritual counseling, individual or group therapy, AA - 12 step, or Smart Recovery programs, and spiritual practices, patients are able to make a lifelong recovery.
Hillside Laguna Treatment and Recovery Program includes a unique approach for reaching and sustaining recovery from Substance Use Disorder through individually tailored addiction treatment program. Hillside believes that this model enables us to provide a best practice recovery approach. Knowing the client's individual need is imperative. Hillside recognizes that a one size fits all type of treatment model doesn’t successfully meet the needs of every individual seeking to end their struggle with addiction for good. Developing cognitive understanding, emotional stability and constructive behavioral habits are essential to initiating and maintaining recovery. Preparing one in recovery to integrate well back home is one of the most important components of recovery - AA 12 step or Smart Recovery models have been shown to be highly successful in developing the cognitive understanding, emotional stability and constructive behavioral habits that are essential to initiating and maintaining recovery.