WHAT IS REIKI?
Reiki is a form of energetic healing it works with all other forms of treatment (e.g. medical, psychological) It is a healing modality that is well respected in the East, and it is becoming increasingly recognized in the Western World.
HOW DOES REIKI WORK?
Reiki is a simple and yet powerful healing technique that works to balance the energy system of the body. It is believed that when the “life force energy” (AKA: chi) within the body is balanced, then this can lead to improved health, increased relaxation, and improved
Well -being. So if the level of life force energy is high and is flowing smoothly through the body (i.e., through the meridians), then the person is happier and more resilient to disease. Conversely, if the level of someone’s “life force energy” is low or is blocked, then they are more likely to be experiencing stress or illness.
HOW CAN REIKI HELP DETOX?
* Reduces pain associated with headaches and migraines
* Reduces fevers, alleviates chills and calms muscles aches and spasms\
* Decreases pain and itching associated detoxing
* Relieves stomach and intestinal upset
*Increases the effectiveness of traditional medical and psychiatric treatment
*Reduces stress and the side effects of medical treatments
*Balances and cleanses chakras
*Helps you feel less helpless when facing disease or traumatic events
*Improve sleep and relaxation
*Increases optimism and hope
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When someone is addicted to, or “dependent” upon some form of narcotic, detoxification is the start of the rehabilitation and recovery process. This stage of your recovery process is designed to remove all traces of drugs and alcohol from the body. In some cases, maintenance medication may be given to ease the withdrawal symptoms associated with certain drugs, including prescription drugs (pain pills), heroin, methadone.
The length of this process is determined by several factors:
• The individual's unique body composition and metabolism.
• The particular drug and dosage that was being used.
• How long the drug has been taken.
• If there are any other addictions involved.
Detoxification is generally a safe process when undergone in a supervised clinical setting. Since detox for certain individuals and substances can be potentially very severe — and in some cases, deadly — it's not advised for individuals to detox on their own at home.
If you or someone you know is currently addicted to a narcotic, whether it is recreational, habitual, or because you may have been prescribed pain pills but can’t seem to quit taking them…please call us for a free assessment and consultation.