Preventing and Getting out of Opioid Addiction - Nov 18, 2017 between 1pm-4pm
Opioid Crisis is not a recent problem but we may heard of it more these days. It is the rapid increase in the use of prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs in the United States and Canada in the 2010s. Opioids are a diverse class of moderately strong painkillers, including oxycodone (commonly sold under the trade names OxyContin and Percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin), and a very strong painkiller, fentanyl which is synthesized to resemble other opiates such as opium-derived morphine and heroin. The potency and availability of these substances, despite their high risk of addiction and overdose, have made them popular both as formal medical treatments and as recreational drugs. Due to their sedative effects on the part of the brain which regulates breathing, opioids in high doses present the potential for respiratory depression, and may cause respiratory failure and death. In 2016, 62,000 Americans died from overdoses, 19 percent more than in 2015, and had killed more Americans in one year than both the wars in Vietnam and Iraq combined. By comparison, the figure was 16,000 in 2010, and 4,000 in 1999. (Wikipedia)
We believe that our body has ability to heal itself and we can manage any level of pain without those strong addictive painkillers unless it is the end stage of serious disease such as cancer. We will provide mini treatment for any pain or addiction condition as our promise for your better & natural health. Please bring your current opioid prescription(or any report indicating your chronic pain condition) to get a complimentary treatment coupon.
Also bring your family and friends who need help. It would be appriciated if you text us to 201-658-4225 RSVP with how many will it be your party and what time will your arrival be. Thanks.