Achieve total control of your de-addiction with our doctors, health coaches and experts.
You should first try to assess your problems what are they and how they are impacting your life. This will help you to know how big the problem is. You can contact us for some experts also to help you in this assessment.
You should know what you want also. This is very important. You should have a goal to achieve and work for it. You can plan according to that also. This will help you to stay on track and not get sidetracked.
You should always have some mentors in your life. People who have been successful and you can look up to. Choose wisely and then start following in their footsteps. We have some amazing mentors that can help you in this.
Tracking your progress is also very important. This will help you to know how far you have come and how much more you need to achieve your goal. This is something that we can help you with also.
“I always had addiction issues, right from my teens. The addiction started from alcohol, but gradually it changed to drugs. I started using excessive drugs in my 20s. There came a point when I knew I was a drug addict. Mantra Care helped me a lot in de-addiction. They have excellent doctors and coaches who would guide me. It tracked down my progress and there was a sudden improvement. They have changed my life for good. Thank you Mantra Care for your help.”
Mathew, 2 years on MantraCare
As opposed to other chronic diseases like diabetes and hypertension, de-addiction or cures for addictions like alcoholism and drug abuse is a very difficult proposition. No single approach appears to be effective for all types of addicts.
Procedures followed in de-addiction is as follows:
Initiation to social life through outdoor games and joining clubs for cultural activities.
People who want to quit drugs but don’t know how or where to seek help can visit their local library, hospital, or medical center for advice and support. Mantra Care provides a de-addiction program. We have specialized doctors who will help you in your journey.
Yes, people can die from the effects of certain drugs on the body. The most common causes are accidental overdoses from mixing depressant drugs like alcohol, heroin, and benzodiazepines with other drugs or taking too much. Others cause the heart to stop by affecting its electrical activity. People who inject drugs are also vulnerable to many infections such as HIV/AIDS or hepatitis when sharing needles.