Heroin and Methadone Detox with NAD Therapy –

Heroin and Methadone Detox with NAD Therapy –


My name is Ashley Ellis. I am from Anchorage, Alaska. I’m here for heroin and meth use. I’ve done Methadone, I’ve done Suboxone, I’ve
done just detoxes. I’ve gone to jail and had to do drug programs
in jail. I’ve done just about every program you can
think of and probably multiple times. A lot of times I was going because my parents
wanted me to go, but I knew I needed help. All you can do is cry. You can’t reach any point of happiness and
you know things should make you happy, but they don’t. And it’s really hard. A lot of it has to do with my kids. I have 5 kids and they’re my world and they
need me. Actually, my mom was the one that found the
NAD online when she was researching the Bridge device and that’s when my dad talked to me
about it and was just telling me the benefits and what it’s done for these other people. And I was really interested in that, because
it’s something I haven’t tried before. I haven’t done that and it seemed like it
made sense. Using isn’t an option because I want my kids
in my life and so I got on a plane and I came. The first 2 days were the hardest and then
by the third day I was feeling like a normal person And each day I got stronger. You know, you’re going through a lot every
day while you’re here. So yea, I’d go home and I’d sleep well, which
is a miracle because I don’t sleep for months after on other withdrawals or when I’m coming
off of heroin because your body is just working so hard and working through all this NAD. Then you’d wake up and you’d have more energy
than you did the day before. And each day it felt better and better and
better. I don’t think I have ever felt this good. It just reminds me of when you’re a kid again. Now I feel like I have enough energy I can
go run up a mountain and I’ve been clean for only 9 days. And it is a miracle. NAD I think anyone can benefit from it, especially
recovering addicts and alcoholics. But I think your ordinary person could benefit
from it. The staff here is super awesome. They go above and beyond. They’re all super willing and super excited
to hear people’s feedback and how it’s healing their life or what little miracles this person’s
having. NLP has helped me. I think it’s helped a
lot. I think the combination of that and the NAD, it takes
it to another level. It is working with your subconscious and that’s
where we keep a lot of our suppressed thoughts and that’s why we have our repetitive thoughts. It’s usually saying, ‘you need to deal with
something’. It helped me to dig in places that I didn’t
even knew existed and then when I was able to see them for what they were, they weren’t
so big anymore. It’s almost helping you not have a reason
to use. So if you take all those and you fix all those
and you solve them, then what reasons do you have left to use? And there’s none. The greatest is how I feel. I just know that there’s no way in a million
years if I was still in Fairbanks, Alaska in that hotel room would I feel this good,
there’s no way. I could be there for 7 months and not feel
this good. So that’s a plus, because a lot of people
who use heroin and meth know that coming off of it, your 9th day you’re still in withdrawals
and I don’t feel anything. So that’s a blessing. I don’t know why someone wouldn’t do it, just
because if you’ve gone through anything like that of having to detox off of heroin and
meth, you know what it feels like. And that’s part of why people can’t stop,
that’s the sickness, that’s why you can’t stop. And I feel that if they knew or saw that they
could feel like this on day 9, I think they’d all be in line. Why wouldn’t you? Why wouldn’t you want to feel better? I don’t know a heroin addict out there that’s
saying, ‘I still want to be a heroin addict’. And this is the difference: in all my other
programs, I was excited to see the reactions of my parents or everyone else of ‘she’s doing
it finally, yay, she’s doing so good’. And I didn’t really think of it that way this
time. It’s ‘yes, I feel good’. Everyone else’s opinion didn’t effect how
I felt, it wasn’t about them. It was about me. And it wasn’t, ‘see, they think I feel good. I feel good’. It’s ‘I feel good’. I don’t need their approval or their opinion, that
would just be the icing on the cake.

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