More people are detoxing from opioids at home than ever before due to the mandated quarantine, which doesn’t seem to have an end in near sight.
It has already been over a month, and it’s looking like it could be months longer before people start going back to work and kids start going back to school.
The economy has already taken a huge hit, and these times are very uncertain.
Many businesses will have to close down and many people will be out of work due to this quarantine.
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Opportunity to Get Off Opioids
But despite so much scary change in our country and world, many are using this time as an opportunity to detox from opioids at home.
I’ve worked with and helped over 500 clients in my Ultimate Opioid Recovery Coaching Program.
In addition to these people, I’ve also corresponded with over 10,000 opioid-dependent individuals.
The main thing most of these people have in common is the number one reason they continued to use opioids for many months or even many years after they wanted desperately to quit.
What is this common reason?
Put simply, they couldn’t take 2-4 weeks off work to go through the process of coming off opioids.
This process can be comfortably gone through from home, but it’s much harder to do it while you still have to go to work full-time or even part-time.
The acute opioid withdrawal phase is usually only 4-7 days for short-acting opioids and 7-14 days for long-acting opioids.
But the post-acute withdrawal phase is typically several weeks or even months.
During this phase, the symptoms are much less severe but they linger on for much longer.
Fortunately, there are things a person can take and do from home that will radically reduce both the acute withdrawal symptoms and the post-acute withdrawal symptoms.
Plus, you can even greatly shorten the timespan of your post-acute symptoms.
Ultimate Opioid Recovery Coaching
I’ve helped a superabundance of clients to come up with Strategic & Customized Opioid Detox & Recovery Plans that have enabled them to have a comfortable and mostly easy acute detox from home.
These customized plans have also done wonders at reducing the post-acute phase symptoms as well as shortening the duration of post-acute withdrawal from 2-6 months to 2-4 weeks instead.
The result is a gigantic boost in a person’s ability to actually go through with quitting opioids and then not getting back on them.
I help in the following ways…
Strategic Planning & Systems for Objective Completion
Due to your individual and unique predicament, there are going to be detox and recovery therapies and strategies that will work the best for your situation.
You’ll have various resources and assets and strengths that are unique to you as a person and your life.
You’ll also most likely have at least one or more potential barriers to progress.
These are obstacles that could be internal or external, and these obstacles are very hard to identify and resolve unless you’re extremely educated about these topics.
Most people are not.
However, on a Consultation Session with me as your coach, I get to the bottom of your predicament and find out everything needed to optimize your detox and recovery plan and enhance your ability to succeed.
I’ve done this so many times it’s now second-nature for me.
Once I’ve gathered all the appropriate and necessary data, my brain goes into “super-computer mode” and begins creating and articulating what the most effective and beneficial detox and recovery protocols would be for you and your unique situation.
I start with the top plan and ask if it’s something you feel comfortable with and excited about.
If you’re not totally stoked on the first plan that I articulate, it’s really no worries at all, as I always provide at least three or four customized detox plans that would all work very well.
You get to be a co-creator of your plan and it has to be something that you’re 100% into and comfortable with.
At the beginning of a new consultation, most clients are very fearful.
However, by the end of a consultation, almost everyone I’ve ever worked with feels courageous and excited because they now have an awesome plan that is customized for them, personally, and they can visualize themselves doing it and actually succeeding.
Once a person has the perfect detox and recovery plan for their unique situation, their courage to follow the plan will be so high and the steps to follow the plan so simple that they can actually go through with it.
However, there is still another resource that I’ve found to increase success rates by at least 800%.
This resource is called “accountability”.
Accountability is the glue that ties commitment to the result.
Almost every client I’ve worked with had the objective of transitioning off opioids as comfortably as possible, with the least amount of withdrawal symptoms and the shortest duration of post-acute withdrawal possible.
To be able to achieve this objective without accountability is a huge challenge.
If there is no one holding you accountable to achieve your objectives, it’s really easy to give up if things aren’t easy.
But with me holding you accountable to the objective of transitioning off opioids and rewiring your brain away from addiction and towards natural health and happiness, it’s much harder to give up on your objective.
Accountability is the missing ingredient to the recovery plans of most individuals.
Coaching Provides the Ultimate Edge
Olympic athletes, high performers in business, and other top achievers in various fields work with coaches.
They know that having a coach show them things they can’t see themselves will give them the edge.
They also know that having a coach hold them accountable and support them and encourage them along the way will give them an even sharper edge.
When it comes to overcoming opioid addiction, you’ll need the most ultimate edge you can get.
With coaching, I help you fortify your mind, create the perfect plan, get into massive action, and then support and encourage you along the way while providing a strong sense of accountability.
These are the ingredients to create an empowering recovery.
It’s a proven recipe that gets the results clients want.
It works, and all it takes from you is a willingness to do the work once you have the plan and system.
One of my favorite quotes is this:
“We don’t rise to the level of our goals, we fall to the level of our systems.”
Defining an objective is easy.
Reaching an objective like quitting opioids comfortably without relapse is hard.
Having the right system in place makes it much less difficult and scary.
My coaching program and methods are the “Ultimate System for Reaching the Objective of Quitting Opioids Comfortably.”
And I’ve proven this so many times it would make your head spin.
On-Demand Video Coaching Course
Along with my coaching program, I’ve also created another highly effective innovation and resource for quitting opioids comfortably from home.
I call it the “Ultimate Opioid Recovery System”.
This is my flagship product… a 5-Module, Premium Online Course that has 33 Activities; including Video and Audio Lessons along with PDF Worksheets.
The name of this course is Ultimate Opiate Detox 4.0.
It helps men and women on any type of opioids (oxycodone, hydrocodone, heroin, buprenorphine, methadone, Kratom, tramadol, and all other opioids) to quit from home in the most comfortable way possible.
The course is structured in such a way that it takes you from where you are now to where you want to be in the shortest, simplest, and easiest way possible.
It probably won’t be super easy to quit.
Quitting opioids is almost never easy.
However, it will make the process of reaching your objective much less difficult.
Thousands of students have already benefited from the course, and the long list of testimonials and success stories of students shows how helpful this program is for people such as yourself.
Do Not Let Fear Determine Your Decisions
This quarantine is not the perfect time to quit for 100% of people that are dependent on opioids, however, I’d bet it’s the perfect time to quit for most people.
If you don’t have work right now, this could be the best chance you’re going to have to detox from opioids at home.
What other time in the future will you have this time to stay at home and dedicate several weeks or even months to quitting opioids and getting your brain optimized?
I’ve seen a recent boom in private coaching clients and student enrollments in Ultimate Opiate Detox 4.0.
This boom is due to so many individuals finally having a long window of opportunity to complete their objective from home while not having to go to work.
It takes planning, courage, and action, and perhaps even a little bit of grace, but anyone can quit if they want it badly enough.
And with resources such as my coaching program and the Ultimate Opioid Recovery System, it can certainly make this process much easier than doing it all on your own.
What is holding you back?
If it’s fear, don’t let this fear determine the course of your life.
You can feel the fear and take action anyway.
As soon as you get into massive action, fear always goes down.
Courage is taking action in spite of the fear that everyone feels.
It’s what sets the people who quit opioids successfully apart from the ones that don’t even try and thus remain stuck on opioids.
All human beings have a much higher potential than they believe.
We can accomplish so many great things…
If we simply decide to feel the fear and take action anyway.
I hope this article helped to educate, inspire, and empower you.
I’d love the honor of getting to work with you and/or having you as a student in my opioid recovery program.
And even if you don’t use these resources, I wish you all the success you deserve.
I hate seeing so many people suffering from a life hardship that I went through.
Thus, please remember that if a person as bad off as I was can transcend opioid addiction and build their best life…
Then anyone can.