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Cleaning meth out of your system: any methods you can use without going to a rehab clinic?

Discussion in 'Rehab' started by Citylone, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Citylone New Member

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    I won’t try to bore you with a whole story; it’s too long and would seem completely uninteresting to anyone who’s not personally involved. Anyway, it all comes down to this: I’ve got a very dear friend who ended up in a dark place. She’s been a meth user for a while now, but thankfully, with some help of friends and family she has come into realization that she’s better than that. The problem is, the prospect of going to a rehab clinic makes her freak out really bad. So I wonder; are there affective methods of getting meth out of your system?
     
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    I’ve browsed some information online and found quite a bit of advice on getting meth out of your body. I’m not sure how accurate it all is, but there’s something I found that seems legit. So, first of all, physical activity and healthy food with lots of fruits and vegetables that acidify your digestion system. Second, a lot of aspirin (but you have to be careful with that, especially in case you have liver issues). Third, abundant drinking (I mean clean water, of course). Fourth, vitamins, probiotics, Lysine, Mucinex. And a lot of sound sleep. This being said, if your friend has been using meth for a while and has heavy addiction, it does make sense to talk her into going to rehab.
     
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    Hi, I understand and respect the fact that you wouldn’t like to go into details about your friend’s story, but for how long exactly she has been a meth user? I know you said “for a while now”, but that could mean pretty much anything. What I want to say is if your friend has been using methadone for a long time, it would be very hard for her, if not impossible, to get rid of her problem and cope with abstinence syndrome on her own. I perfectly understand what makes her freak out, but if she’s been an addict for a long while, she needs a rehab clinic.
     
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    Thank you so much for your replies, guys, I do appreciate it. I have to say this issue is very important to me personally because I do feel I need to help a good friend who supported me during hard times. This is the least I can do for her.

    MissEditor, I appreciate your advice, this sounds really interesting and maybe some of this would really help, but my friend has been a meth user for a long time now and this looks like a quick beginner course.

    FanLeon, in fact, the more I think about it the more I agree with you. My friend dies need a meth rehabilitation clinic.
     
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    After thinking a bit, decided to add this. Does anyone know any good and professional rehab clinics? The ones where a person would feel really comfortable in? And another question: did anyone of you ever had any experience in talking people into going to a rehab clinic? I’d really appreciate if you share some ideas, guys.
     
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    Citylone, I wish I could give you some more useful advice, but unfortunately, I can’t, as I don’t know much about getting rid of meth in your body or rehab clinics. But I’d like to say that I hope everything will be ok with your friend. She is very lucky to have a friend like you.
     
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    Thanks so much for your kind words, I do appreciate it. Actually, I did manage to talk my friend into considering the option of a rehab clinic. It might be not easy to clean meth out of her body, but at least she’s very willing to do it, so we are optimistic.
     
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    It’s really great to hear it got off the ground! If you don’t mind me asking, which rehab clinic did she choose? Strangely enough, I’ve heard a very similar story just a couple of days ago. People are looking for a good place too. No matter what, keep up the good work!