Ice Rehab...Without Rehab

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. 

This actually couldn’t be further from the truth… and what we know is that loads of different people use Ice and the stereotype definitely doesn’t meet the reality. 

Jack Nagle, Connection Based Living’s Founder, has personally recovered from Ice addiction and professionally has been published in academic journals for research of Ice.

Many other providers will tell you that they specialise in Ice addiction…however for the reasons above, Connection Based Living truly specialise in helping people breaking addictive patterns around Ice.

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

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Signs & symptoms of ice use

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.

We would love to help and remember this isn’t a life sentence; you can continue leading a normal life.

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