Ice drug recovery Australia, is it possible?


But how do you do it?

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The 2019 National Drug Strategy Household Survey found that 1.2 million Australians had used Ice (including Ice, Speed or base).

And as collected and reported from the 2020-2021 Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS NMDS), Amphetamines were the most common drugs for people aged 20–29 (27% of treatment episodes) and 30–39 (34% of episodes) engaged in help for.

Little BIG problem hey…

That’s why it’s so important to get the right treatment. And when you think about it…

Does traditional rehab make the most sense for overcoming Ice addiction?

– Cooped up in a rehab facility

– Sitting around in groups all day talking about your problems

– Not being able to get out and get active

– All in all, feeling like you are going to crawl up the wall

Actually kind of seems like mild torture for an Ice user (not really but you know what we are getting at).

Don’t get us wrong, withdrawing from Ice initially is very uncomfortable.

However, the physical detox process in most cases only lasts a maximum of 7-days.

The hardest thing about Meth addiction for anyone that has been through it is the strong psychological pull and the little voice on the shoulder that won’t seem to go away.

This is why we find the best approach is a process that helps you:

– Create a plan that helps you safely withdraw in the first week

– Address the underlying psychological and emotional issues

– Create an intensive action plan to develop new positive behavioural patterns

– Reset your bio-chemical system

– To get out and put your life back together at the same time


The good news…

Our programs help people to do all of this, using a simple method we call “Connection Based Living”.

Discover how we can help you create huge results with Connection Based Living.

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Contemporary addiction programs

Ice or Crystal Methamphetamine is one of the most powerful and most addictive drugs on the market. 

Ice is also one of the most misrepresented drugs in the media. People who use Ice are painted as these almost demon-like characters that are just smashing things and bashing people 24/7. 

We often hear people calling for Ice addicts to be locked away in more ice rehabs…

However, this couldn’t be further from the truth or solution.

Research shows that loads of different people use Ice, and the stereotype doesn’t meet reality. 

Jack Nagle, Connection Based Living’s Founder, has personally recovered from Ice addiction.

Professionally Jack has been published in academic journals for research of Ice.

Many providers will tell you that they specialise in Ice addiction however, for the reasons above, Connection Based Living truly specialises in helping people break addictive patterns to Ice.

Unlike the society narrative may have you believe, breaking addictive patterns to Ice isn’t as hard as you think.

You don’t have to be locked away in ice rehab,  you aren’t destined to struggle forever and you can change things on your own terms.

Click the button below to find out how we can help.

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Do You Need To Change Your Relationship With Ice?

Forget about the use, the problems happen when you come down. It can take several days to come down from using Ice. The following effects may be experienced during this time:

  • Difficulty sleeping and exhaustion
  • Headaches, dizziness and blurred vision
  • Paranoia, hallucinations and confusion
  • Irritability and feeling ‘down’

Long-term effects of Ice use – with regular use, Ice may eventually cause:

  • Extreme weight loss due to reduced appetite
  • Restless sleep
  • Dry mouth and dental problems
  • Regular colds or flu
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Breathlessness
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Anxiety, paranoia and violence
  • Depression
  • Heart and kidney problems
  • Increased risk of stroke
  • Needing to use more to get the same effect
  • Dependence on ice
  • Financial, work or social problems

If you or a loved one is experiencing any of these signs or symptoms, we would recommend that you get in touch with us as this would indicate that some addictive patterns are starting to and/or have formed.

You can read more about our program by clicking here

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