Heroin addiction – true life story

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in Life story | 0 comments

Mikael, 24 years old heroin addict To tell my whole story, I have to go back in time long before i came to drug detox easy clinic, even before i became a heroin addict. I always fought and competed with my twin brother. We never got along. I was good at sports and he was doing good at school. What bonded us, eventually, were drugs. We started smoking marijuana when we were 12. That was the only common thing we had, and when we spoke with each other the subject was usually how to get more weed and get money for it. I was smoking weed every day. Our parents got divorced when I was 16. I stayed with my mom, and my brother went of living with our dad. That’s when I started experimenting with heroin. I was snorting heroin usually on weekends when I was with my friends. Those friends introduced me to heroin at the first place. It relaxed me, gave me the calmness I didn’t have. My mom remarried two years after, and her new husband didn’t like me. They kicked me out of the home, so I wenton my own. I traveled with my backpack around Europe, and then to Asia. While I was traveling, I discovered various narcotics, and enjoyed experimenting with it. In fact, that was the worst period of my life. My sense of reality was twisted, I did things that I didn’t want to do, hanged out with people I didn’t want to be with. Most of the time I can’t remember what happened. Then I met a girl and  fell in love with her, and I wanted to go back to sports, so I decided to quit with all the drugs, once and for all. I locked my self without drugs for seven days. It was very painful for me, I felt pain in my muscles, in my bones, joints, spine. I felt shivers. And I survived! Only, two weeks from then, I had strong cravings to take drugs again. That’s when I realized I need a professional help. I found this clinic on the internet, and I believe it is my only chance for a complete...

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Benzodiazepines addiction – personal experience

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015 in Life story | 0 comments

David 33, benzodiazepines addiction I have to say that I was never a typical addiction prone person, if there is such a thing. My life, before addiction, and following drug detox program was not unhappy. I had a happy, carefree childhood. I was raised by my grandparents, since my parents worked abroad. I rarely saw them. I could do whatever I wanted. I used to get in problems and fights a lot, but it was all part of growing up. When I was 14, my friend brought me hashish. It was the first time I saw it and tried it. It relaxed me so much and It made me careless. I loved that feeling so I consumed it often. I even found a book on how to grow it myself. My friend and I tried growing it but we failed. When I was 15, my parents took me with them abroad to live there away from my friends. I was angry and I didn’t speak to them for 3 months. I skipped school, since I was teased. I also fought with other kids, to defend myself. I met some friends from  the neighborhood and they were good to me. They occasionally sniffed or snorted cocaine, so I started doing that, too. I also injected cocaine with a needle. One day changed everything. We were all at my place, five of us. We were playing videogames, and injecting drugs every 10 minutes. My friend brought us something new to try, so we all did. After a while I noticed her sleeping. I took her in my arms and put her in the bed, not noticing that she wasn’t breathing. In the morning, when we checked up on her again, it was too late, she was dead. I was terrified and it made a mark on me. Since then, I developed a fear from a needle, but unfortunately not for drugs. I decided to quit on my own. Stop with drugs once and for all. Crises were painful so I took benzos to ease the pain. And that’s how I got hooked to benzodiazepines. Now I have a girlfriend I love, a stabile relationship, and I want to get rid of my addiction. She signed me up for this clinic to get the treatment, and I own it to myself and her to become healthy...

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Ibogaine for cocaine addiction treatment

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Life story | 0 comments

Bruce, 40 years old, cocaine addiction Long before I got myself cleaned at the drug detox clinic in order to straightened my life, i was a troublesome guy. I grew up in the capitol. My parents always worked hard, they run restaurants and clubs. That’s why I was familiar with partying and night life since my childhood. I got drunk when I was 12 for the first time. My parents didn’t know about it. At 14 I started smoking weed. All of my friends did, so did I. At 17 I discovered cocaine. I used to snort it occasionally, but after a month I stopped. I felt it gave me the speed I need to catch up with life. I like to travel, so when I was 20 I packed my backpack and started traveling around the world. Weed was a regular part of my life, and people I met on my journeys consummated some kind of drugs. Since I traveled often, I spent a lot of money, and I needed to earn some, fast. One night, when I was in Africa, I meet a girl that I liked, and she introduced me to her brother who was a cocaine dealer. He offered me to work for him, and since I found out how much money can I get for a short period, naturally I accepted. I was selling cocaine since and had enough money for my journeys. When I was 30 a terrible thing happened, I got arrested in Africa for possessing kilos of cocaine. I was facing a death sentence. First couple of days in prison I was physically fine, but then crisis started. I was tired, but i couldn’t sleep at all. I was irritated all the time, and on top of it i became paranoid which only increased my anxiety. It was a true nightmare! I got beaten by other prisoners, I got stabbed ones, but I survived. After 10 months of hell, I got released, pardoned by government, influenced by my country’s embassy. After I got out of prison, I wanted to stop with drugs, so I took methadone. And I replaced one addiction with another. Every day I thought about how to get pills. I got a monthly dosage from my doctor, but that meant that I couldn’t leave my country longer than a month. I decided to get the treatment. I found clinic in Belgrade, that was the best in Europe. I planned to get cleaned, and then go back to Africa and just sell weed, but I didn’t plan to take drug anymore. At the clinic I chose special Ibogaine treatment. After Ibogain, which was an amazing experience, where I got a clear perspective...

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Ibogaine experience – alcoholics testimonial

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015 in Life story | 0 comments

Anonymous, 45 year old alcoholic Three weeks ago I made a decision to stop with alcohol and signed myself up for addiction treatment in this famous drug detoxification hospital that is treating alcoholism too. I’ve been drinking for 15 years, and over that time I did a lot of bad things I regret. I hurt my parents, I managed to destroy my marriage, passed out on the streets, remembering only some people picking me up and taking me to hospital. The worst thing was a car accident that was entirely my fault. It was the worst thing for me since I’ve put other person’s life in danger. I haven’t been drinking since, but I wanted somehow to seal my decision. That’s when I found on the internet about Ibogaine session at a drug detox clinic. I read that it can help me clear my mind, work out issues that I have, and completely erase idea about the alcohol. I scheduled my appointment at the clinic that provides Ibogaine session.  On my first day at the clinic, psychologist did tests on me, asking me about my life, and experiences with alcohol. Then, he explained to me how the session works, when it starts, how it looks like, what to expect, and how long it lasts. I was also given the book about Ibogaine that had more details about it. I was excited and I couldn’t wait for tomorrow’s session. I wasn’t concerned at all. I slept well. Tomorrow morning, I wasn’t allowed to have breakfast. I was given infusion instead. After that, I was transferred into a room where my ibogaine session was going to take place. It was a roomed with dimed light. That is because my eyes would become sensitive to light during the session. There was one bed, and I was asked to lay there. Psychologist, that was going to be with me over the whole session (that lasts about 6 hours), gave me one pill of Ibogaine. He explained that it is a test dosage, and that I should report if I feel any itchiness. Since I felt fine, and I had no allergic reaction to Ibogaine, I was given other 2 Ibogaine pills, 20 minutes after the first one. Psychologist gave me headphones that were connected to the CD player that played relaxation music, which I really enjoyed. I was connected to monitors, so my pulse, oxygen level and blood pressure could be checked all the time. Before putting headphones on, psychologist told me to think about my childhood. A cloth was put over my eyes, and so it began. Nothing happened in first 40 minutes. I was thinking about various situations that happened in my childhood. Then I...

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Heroin addict true storie

Posted by on Jan 18, 2015 in Life story | 0 comments

Mark, age 34, heroin addiction Long before went through heroin detox program treatment, in my childhood, i could see roots of my future addiction. My childhood was really hard. Father had a problem with alcohol. He was often argued with my mother, beat her … She could not longer stand that pressure, she wanted a divorce. The moment when he saw lawyers at his doorstep, he was aware of situation, and he took his own life. We were left alone with a mother who was trying to take us to the right path. I know that was not easy for her. I’m sure that all of that problems left major consequences later for me as a formed man. I managed to stand up for myself, finished school, got a job. I married a girl who was always there for me. I had a lot of friends, most of them used heroin, believe me that a had no intention to try. Everything was going in the right direction, but … My life changed in just one day. Again, I was not guilty for a bad situation. My brother, who ran into bad company in an armed robbery took the life of another man. He ended up in jail. And his agony has become mine. The time has come, to hear the terrible judgment. First time using heroin A few days before going to court, I was very nervous. I could not calm down myself. Jitters turned into fear, fear that I will again lose a dear person. I talked with my friends about it, and they had a proposal. They advised me to take heroin. They told me that I would be completely calm and I will succeed thanks to heroin to control emotions. They told me that one time is not going to make me an addict. My brother got a heavy punishment , which was a burden on my back. I started taking heroin once in two weeks. Heroin relaxed me and I could even just for a moment forget about problems. Then again something terrible happened to me . I was devoted to work, free time is almost non-existent. I rarely visited my brother, several times I put off going to a jail. In the end I did not get to see him one last time, or to hear his voice. I gave my word that I will come to visit him, and I never did. The phone rang, and from the prison hospital told me that my brother had died from a heart attack. The feeling of guilt was eating me, and I looked for solution in heroin. I took it more and more often, almost every day. One morning I woke up and realized that I was sick. My body was no longer function normally without heroin. The crises were...

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Confessions of a heroin addict

Posted by on Jan 18, 2015 in Life story | 0 comments

Nenad, heroin addiction Before I went for a drug detox at the clinic i was reminiscing about my past. I was a happy child, raised in working class family. My parents loved me and took care of my brother and me. They did their best to provide us with everything we needed. I finished high school and found job as a salesman, but all the time I had the idea of being a truck driver. As soon as I passed the driving test, I started my career in the profession I enjoyed being a truck driver. I had good company, and as time went by, they all got married and started families, and somehow, we grew distant. One day I met a friend from my childhood on the street. We went in for a drink and to catch up. Soon, two of his friends joined us. They were amusing, but I’ve noticed something else. It didn’t take me long to figure out from their stories that they are taking drugs, that they occasionally take heroin to feel good. And that’s how they seemed to me. I started hanging out with them, because I had great time. Everything was fine until the day I felt awful. I had no work, I had an argument with my parents and I felt miserable, depressed. I didn’t have anyone to talk to, and I didn’t want to bother others with my problems, so I called my new friends. I asked them to get me heroin so I could taste it. They brought me what I asked for and warned me to be careful. ”I want take drugs, of course. I just want to try and se if it can relax me a bit”. So, I tried, and it was awesome. I felt great. I am kind of person that likes to tray everything, and it would be great if I stopped at that. But I didn’t. And that day, I would remember as the worst day of my life. I found a new job, everything was working out for me, and then I messed up. Two years passed by in a blink of an eye, and I was high all the time. First few months I took drugs once or twice per week, then every day, increasing dosage. One day I just stopped to think about what’s going on, and I was terrified. I had no job, everyone turned back on me, I had no money, and what’s worse- I realized I had no control, what so ever over drugs. I am not consuming it to feel good anymore. I am taking it because I have to, so I could feel normal. And I panicked. Can’t stop using heroin I decided to quit with drugs. I started with decreasing the dosage. After few days, I felt melancholy, boredom,...

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