First off, let me start by saying that we are a non profit organization that supports Medical Assisted Treatment and the use of methadone for treatment. We in no way support the claims in this article and PERSONALLY, I do not agree with the statements in this article and I EMPHATICALLY doubt that it really works. Having said that, I wanted to share it with you guys to see what your thoughts were about it. I personally think this guy has never been through methadone withdrawals himself or there is no way he would compare it to a MILD case of the flu! Anytime I have ever been in methadone w/drawals it certainly wasn't what I would call MILD!!I did email them and asked a few questions and told them I was very skeptical of this "program", having been through withdrawals myself before and they swear by it. I will post copies of the email for you to read as well. Anyway, enough rambling on my part, you guys check out the article and then tell me what YOU think. RuthAnnHow To Withdraw From Methadone At Home
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Finally a person detoxing from methadone at home has to take action. They have to go out and get the nutrients needed for smooth detox. They have to start doing their program so that they can easily stop taking methadone and go through the necessary withdrawal period. They have to know how to detox from methadone at home before starting detox.HERE ARE THE EMAILS BETWEEN MYSELF AND THE DRUG REHAB ADVISOR......[b]From:
[/b] email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
[b]Sent:[/b] Tuesday, August 18, 2009 3:22 AM
[b]Subject:[/b] question about at home withdrawal video
As you can see, I never really did get an accurate answer to my questions, just a kind of "brush off" if you ask me. I think the program is a rip off and just a way to get your hard earned money. If you actually try this program, I don't see HOW you can keep from having a terrible experience and I sincerely doubt that if can help get off methadone.WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK??RuthAnn
|This is a question about the at-home drug withdrawal video|
hello. I dont mean to sound rude but I am very skeptical here. I have been on MMT for over 9 yrs and during that time I have tried to detox both ways..........cold turkey and the medically approved taper and I just dont see how it can be done with little or no withdrawals symptoms. Your body has to go through the process and the process is NOT comfortable. Not to mention all the damage you have been doing to the opioid receptors and then you suddenly stop taking methadone. If it is such a great and simple thing why havent more people and/or docs tried it and talked about it? I would love to see some actual footage and/or testimonies. thanks for your time. ! ! ! .
Please answer this question within 1 business day.
From:Tibor A. Palatinus[/url]
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 10:24 AM
Subject: RE: question about at home withdrawal video
I understand your concern. Every withdraw will have some difficulties. Most people experiencing withdrawal are scared off continuing their detox because of awful pain, throwing up for a week, etc. If one were to compare that to a 'mild case of the flu', we are now talking about a comfortable withdrawal. The key word here is withdrawal.
The program is far more than a couple of things to take and some tips. It gives you the exact step by step actions to prepare, plan out and achieve successful withdrawal as comfortably as possible.
Note: we recommend you start by getting this download. If you consider that you are a potential candidate for in-patient integrative medical detox, let us know. That's a 'bit' more expensive. If the download isn't a concern, along with all the support nutrients you will need to get to begin at home withdrawal, you may be a candidate for in-patient medical detox.
Fact: the center's we work with recommend that you begin this at home program for a week while you are still on drugs / meds or withdrawing from them, before attending their detox. For those who will do this at home withdraw program, their own integrative med detox is much much smoother and faster. Ie you'd save thousands off your own med detox program by starting this process first.
I look forward to hearing your successes.
Tibor A. Palatinus
Drug Rehab Advisor
[size=9]From: R. Alston [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 8:53 AM
Subject: Re: question about at home withdrawal video
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly . I do have to say, whoever compared methadone w/d to a "mild" case of the flu is crazy! I would compare it with a terrible case of the flu along with anxiety, insomnia, being very, very hungry but not being able to eat, pains in my legs and many other symptoms that aren't flu like in addition to the "flu like" ones. The flu is usually over in two or three days, but MMT w/d goes on for weeks.........so I don't agree with the "mild" case of the flu description!
Also, what about after the detox? Does your program offer any help in that area as well? Getting thru detox is only half the battle and as bad as it is, it's not near as hard as staying off the drugs.
What about the opiate receptors that are so screwed up? With your program, how long before those are back to a normal state where you don't feel the need to self medicate to feel "normal" again? That was another problem I seemed to have any time I was able to get through detox. A month or two down the road I was still feeling "bad" and "raw" like and would eventually end up right back to the opiates again just to feel normal again.
Thanks again so much for your time.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tibor A. Palatinus
To: 'R. Alston'
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 2:33 PM
Subject: RE: question about at home withdrawal video
One step at a time. We have all kinds of suggestions and recommendations which could direct you in different places depending on what comes up. We do have a more thorough detox for after you are clean and comfortably off drugs, methadone. You'll be contacting me, if appropriate at that time.
Tibor A. Palatinus
Drug Rehab Advisor