LISA BORG

Lisa Borg

I am a Nutritional Therapist with fourteen years experience in the field of natural health. I have a strong passion to get people off drugs, and in line with my own personal philosophy I want to help do that in the most natural and health promoting way possible. This is why I love working at Narconon!


Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
April 9, 2017

Our Unique Exercises— The Objectives

Our Narconon programme consists of different phases, following the drug-free withdrawal and the New Life Detoxification comes The Objectives . The Objectives are unique exercises designed to help bring a person’s attention off the past and into the present.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
April 8, 2017

A Guide to Preventing Stress Related Substance Abuse

Many people resort to alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with stress. A beer after a hard day’s work can lead to a dependence on that drink … and more drinks to follow. Taking a pill to solve the problem of stress-related insomnia can lead to dependence on that pill… and more pills to follow.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
April 5, 2017

Some Tips for Safe and Healthy Living

Being drug free is just one part of living a safe and healthy life but the avoidance of accidents, and the maintenance of a secure job are deeply tied in with living a drug-free life.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
March 29, 2017

I Can Put My Heart and Soul Back Together

There are certain rules of life that everyone must follow. These rules are the ones that come at great cost to oneself if they are broken. If you are not caught for a crime, it does not mean that for that particular crime there is no cost, for it broke the moral code that is within yourself.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
March 29, 2017

Simple Meth Facts—Prevention is the Best Approach

Here at Narconon UK, we are acutely aware of the dangers and risks of meth use and addiction. As a long-term residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation and education centre, we see all too much the devastating effects of meth use.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
March 29, 2017

Young Athletes & Drugs

Young athletes can sometimes face more exposure to substance abuse than many of their peers by taking performance enhancing drugs such as steroids , for their sport or using pharmaceutical drugs for pain resulting from an injury.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
March 1, 2017

Dawn Drug Raids

The sheer quantity of drugs around the UK continues to astonish me. Just in this past week in London alone, there have been two stories about police finding or closing down drug dens.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
March 1, 2017

Why Doesn’t a Drug Addict Listen?

An often heard story from loved ones of an addict is ‘How can I get them to listen? Whenever I approach the subject of addiction, the conversation is just over!’ There are many reasons that keep an addict from listening to reason regarding drug use, but these are two of the main reasons we have seen…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 28, 2017

Drugs and Prison—What Can be Done?

With drugs in prisons recently getting some notice after BBC’s Panorama documentary on HMP Northumberland, it is interesting to note what is being talked about.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 28, 2017

The Dangers of Spice

A recent article from the Manchester Evening News brought back to our attention some of the horrors caused by the synthetic drug called spice.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 27, 2017

A Fresh Start and A New Perspective

Insanity by definition is repeating the same mistakes over and over again and expecting a different result. I have tried so many things to get clean in the past but have always gone back to drugs.…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 27, 2017

What Are Gateway Drugs?

The topic of gateway drugs comes up regularly, as does the question ‘What are gateway drugs?’ particularly when looking at the road that leads to drug abuse and addiction.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 26, 2017

Never Before Have I Felt This Power Inside Myself

I now realise the environment we are in has different levels of control and you need to assess in your mind how you want to control something, where you want to control it and make sure you use a good level of control to achieve the desired outcome.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 26, 2017

The Beauty of Having a Future Means that I No Longer Have to Die as an Addict

Each day that I lived within addiction killed more of my brain, so that I could not see the wood from the trees. I had no feelings to understand what I have done to my life and continued surviving forgetting the living. I turned into what I can only be described as the walking dead.…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 25, 2017

Butane Hash Oil

What is Butane Hash Oil - BHO? Is a very concentrated version of marijuana . It is created by processing marijuana into a refined oil.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 25, 2017

Guilt as a Barrier to Recovery

The Oxford English of Dictionary defines guilt as ‘A feeling of having committed wrong, or failed in an obligation.’ Guilt is often a deeply painful and personal emotion. In fact, it is regularly a big contributor to the cycle of addiction.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 24, 2017

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson: Another Tragic Drug Fuelled Loss

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was found dead last week in her flat. A socialite, and Prince Charles’s god-daughter she was a well-known public figure, and thus, her cocaine habit was well known too.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 23, 2017

Do You Need an Interventionist?

We get many inquiries, from parents or friends who have seemingly tried many options to try and get help for their loved ones, but no matter what is attempted, they just won't accept the help. An interventionist may be exactly what you need.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 23, 2017

Huge Hauls of Cocaine being Found Around the UK

Only days ago, £50m of cocaine was found washed up on Norfolk beaches. This was about 794Ibs (360Kg) of cocaine in holdalls and backpacks.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 22, 2017

Could Stimulants be the Most Dangerous Drugs on the Planet?

Could Stimulants be the Most Dangerous Drugs on the Planet? There are many arguments that can be made for different drugs and their dangers, and there are truths to all of them.

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Lisa Borg in Sobriety
February 22, 2017

Staying Sober in a Culture of Alcohol

The UK has possessed an extensive drinking culture for a very, very long time. All major cities have hundreds of bars, and alcohol is served in the majority of restaurants, as well as sold in supermarkets, corner shops and petrol stations.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
February 20, 2017

Guidelines for Family Alcohol Consumption

With drinking so common in our culture, even at a young age, it is important to have some guidelines. The best place for families to start in determining what their alcohol consumption policy is, is to set clear rules and expectations before any drink is poured.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 20, 2017

What Is an Addict?

The answer to the question “What is an addict?” is one that can get a huge range of answers depending on the experiences of the person you ask. It is often an emotional reaction and not necessarily one that reflects the truth of the situation.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 12, 2017

How Would You Define “In Recovery”?

In November 2016, a 400-page report was compiled with the assistance of government, health and education experts in the USA, on addiction and recovery.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 10, 2017

I Am Truly Seeing Things Clearer, Bolder and Brighter

“In the past I have concentrated very much on the hurt and pain of my past and how that has made me feel.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
February 10, 2017

Resolutions—How to Get Yourself Sober?

New Year’s resolutions are so great… in theory! And let’s face it most resolutions stay as theory and never quite make it to the real world. If you have a drug or alcohol problem and you made the resolution to get sober—good for you!! Now let’s make a real plan, to ensure you achieve the goal.…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 10, 2017

The Highs and Lows of Drug Use

Those who use drugs experience massive highs and lows. This can put the addict themselves in a spin, but also those around them, especially when they just have no idea what is going on, or that the person even uses drugs!

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 9, 2017

Help Those You Know Before They Die

We recently did a blog on the number of artists who died in 2016 from drug and alcohol abuse and overdose . A few months earlier a blog on the overdose statistics in England and Wales , and the bad news was that those figures are up.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 9, 2017

I Feel Stronger and More Able to Be a Productive, Constructive Member of Society

Before I began the Narconon program I was a heavy class A drug user. The program has given me the ability to confront the reason that I turned to drugs which was that I couldn’t communicate with those around me, felt disconnected, isolated and lonely.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 8, 2017

Drugs and Driving

Drinking and driving is talked about all the time, and most people are familiar with the facts and effects of drinking and driving, and therefore avoid it, but can you say the same of drugs and driving? If you are not too sure, read on and see how marijuana and opioids can also aff

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 8, 2017

The Transformation I Have Experienced Has Been Soul Deep and Will Change My Life Forever

Narconon’s Objectives are unique exercises designed to help bring a person’s attention off the past and into the present. Here is what one student said about her experience with Narconon’s Objectives…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 7, 2017

Detecting a Child’s Drug Use: Part I

An important role of all parents is good education on what drugs are, their affects and dangers. A secondary role is identifying drug use if it shows up. To help you with this task, here are some commonly abused drugs, and signs you should watch for…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 7, 2017

Detecting a Child’s Drug Use: Part II

Here we continue with some more of the most commonly abused drugs by children and teenagers, with useful drug information, and some signs that you can look out for…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 7, 2017

Narconon Graduate Poem

I am the caterpillar that never learned to fly In the cocoon of life I thought I would die…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
February 6, 2017

Marijuana Causing Carnage?

Recently a colleague of mine was watching a show on CNN and came across an interview with a forensic pathologist, currently working in Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, and formerly working in a coroner’s office in Denver.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 6, 2017

The Endless Cycle of Trying to Quit

“I’m done! I just can’t do it anymore.” While these might sound like the words of someone who is finally ready for treatment, sometimes they are quite the opposite... they can come from someone who can’t face trying yet another round of failed rehabilitation.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
February 5, 2017

Drink Driving

I am out in Guatemala currently, and heard some disturbing facts. In Guatemala, over the last ten years the mortality rate caused by drinking and driving, particularly motorbike accidents has gone up by five times! This is usually young healthy people with a whole future full of potential ahead, which is suddenly snuffed out from the combined effects of drinking and driving.…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 4, 2017

A Great Sense of Accomplishment

When I first started the New Life Detoxification I was cynical about the effects that the process could achieve, but after a few days of being on the course I was experiencing the negative effects of radiation and toxins that I had had in my body and so changed my viewpoint.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 3, 2017

A Heroin Addict’s Message

For those still stuck in addiction Here is my admission Crack was my morning, noon and night…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 2, 2017

I Do Not Have to Live My Life by the Confines of the Past

There are certain confines within my brain that tell me that things should be a certain way. I don’t know why I believe that the only way is that way, but it just is, it’s as if I have made a decision in my life that these are the rules but there is not an actual reason behind these rules inside my brain.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
February 1, 2017

Discovery of Your Loved One’s Addiction

When the addictive issues of a loved one are discovered, the immediate first reaction is one of anger and betrayal. After the initial shock and anger subsides, the horrible reality of the situation sets in, and at that point, the family will usually decide between turning away from their loved one or doing everything they can to help. Assuming that you want to help, your next step is looking at treatment options.…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
February 1, 2017

Helpless and Lost in a World that Does Not Understand You

Hell is not fire and brimstone, not for me anyway. Hell is waking up day after day with an addiction you no longer enjoy, but you have no control over.…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
February 1, 2017

My Narconon Experience

Narconon rehabilitation technology gets to the problem at its source—and provides a path many have travelled to report long-term success.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
January 31, 2017

Narconon Has Changed My Life in Unimaginable Ways

The programme they use is like no other and I have tried a lot! I have been to the fellowship, CRI, S2S, CGL, and been on 3 Drug Rehab Requirements and prison.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
January 30, 2017

The Effects of Combined Marijuana and Alcohol Consumption

While we see countries around the world starting to legalise marijuana, it is important to remember that alcohol is already legal, and inevitably a combined consumption could occur. Legalisation aside, this is useful information for anyone who does, or is thinking about taking marijuana.…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
January 29, 2017

I Feel Much Stronger Now

I feel much better after the life skills course. It was really hard for me to trust somebody before, or meet new people, because of things that happened in the past with me. But now I feel much stronger now.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
January 28, 2017

I Can Now Live a Healthy and Successful Life

I know that my parents are proud of me, when I talk with my parents I feel it in their voices. They know that I have achieved a lot. So I am happy about that.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
January 28, 2017

I Know I Am In Control of My Own Life

I am no longer in apathy, like I was when I arrived. I can set up goals for myself for the future. I now know what to do in my life. I have plans and I have the intention necessary to accomplish them. I feel strong enough to make them happen.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
January 27, 2017

Should I Marry Him/Her?

Finding a marriage partner can be tough, someone who is kind, who understands you, is attractive and hopefully shares some similar interests… what do you do if that person takes drugs, though? Maybe it doesn’t seem like much, at only once or twice a month for example...

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
January 26, 2017

Drugs and The Loss of Friends

The family of an addict often get talked about, but it isn’t just family who feel the negative effects of drugs, friends feel it too.…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
January 25, 2017

I Wake Up in the Mornings Fresh and Happy

At the end of the sauna step, I feel like I want to write a success story about what I have gained from the detoxification….

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
January 24, 2017

Out from the Fog in Which I Lived

One student arrived at Narconon with a very poor short- and long-term memory after years of using drugs. He would easily lose things, sometimes within minutes of putting them down. He found it difficult to recall his past. Here is what he had to say during his programme at Narconon…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
January 22, 2017

Guilty Party – Parent or Child?

As a parent, finding out that your child is suffering from drug addiction can be an almighty blow. A Mother’s love intensifies all emotions, and can cause an anxiety filled rollercoaster of depression and guilt; really a waking nightmare.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
January 21, 2017

More Effects of an Alcoholic Mother

Another interesting story crossed my path on the radio recently, on the effects of an alcoholic mother. This was from a prisoner, who we will call Rob. He was in prison for multiple counts of arson.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
January 16, 2017

The Many Forms of Addiction

An important thing to know about drug abuse and addiction is it typically happens on a gradient and can take many different forms. Partly this is the result of the varied effects caused by different drugs, but more than this, it is how someone reacts to a drug, the physical and mental changes and how much the lifestyle shifts.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
January 15, 2017

Helping Your Loved One Through Rehab

Once a loved one is enrolled in the Narconon drug rehab program, the largest stress is over; the family can relax, knowing that the person is getting the help that they need. BUT it is important that the family don’t think that their job is totally over.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
January 11, 2017

The Family’s Role in Addiction Recovery

Family members are usually aware of when a loved one is struggling or doing badly in life – even if the cause is not obvious. At some point, it will be realised that drug addiction is the cause.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
January 9, 2017

Cravings as a Barrier to Recovery

There are many different barriers to recovery, all of which are important to recognise for anyone planning on staying sober. Awareness or knowledge of something is the first step into being able to understand and control something.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
January 9, 2017

The Dangers of Tramadol

There have been recent stories of the dangers of Tramadol, particularly in Northern Ireland. There were 33 deaths just in Northern Ireland linked to Tramadol, ranging a huge span of the populace, including a teenage girl and a retired man.…

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
January 6, 2017

Diagnostic Dilemmas

What Is a Dual Diagnosis? When a person goes to a normal rehab for addiction treatment, he may be told that besides his addiction, he also suffers from a mental illness.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
January 5, 2017

Was it Really 2016 Killing our Artists?

It seems like everyone was waiting for 2017 to arrive, for the curse of 2016 to end, as more and more of our favourite icons died.…

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
January 4, 2017

Binge Drinking

Binge Drinking Binge drinking is a problem throughout the year but when it comes to special occasions such as Christmas and New Year’s, alcohol consumption can go out the roof.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
December 30, 2016

Staying Sober During the Holidays

For a lot of people staying sober during holidays has probably been trying, this is especially true of those recently out of rehabilitation.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 30, 2016

The True Effects of an Alcoholic Mother

I recently heard an interesting story on the radio of a family torn apart, one child growing up with a solid and sober father, while another brother grew up with a drunken mother.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
December 29, 2016

Advice for a Teenager/Young Adult Off on Their Own

The first time your teenage or adult child leaves home alone, what should they already know? Of course, there is basic safety and security, such as dealing with dodgy people, keeping money safe, and advice for airports and travelling, what to do and

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
December 29, 2016

Hepatitis C: What Every Addict Should Know

Using drugs carries dangerous risks. Whether the dangers of overdosing, drugs cut with some chemical , a more potent mix than normal, the body reacting badly , a bad trip …you name it and it is probably possible.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
December 29, 2016

I am So Grateful for What I have Learned!

Hello everybody, firstly I would like to thank you all for being here today at my graduation. It’s been a massive learning curve and a real eye opener for me.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
December 28, 2016

Addiction and Employment - A Summary of the Government Review

The government department of work and pensions is conducting an independent review into the impact on employment outcomes of drug or alcohol addiction, and obesity.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
December 28, 2016

Nightclubs to Offer Free Testing on Class A drugs

Nightclubs in Preston plan to offer free testing of Class A drugs to ensure the substances are pure. This is due to drug deaths being at an all-time-high and the likelihood is that they will continue to rise.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 28, 2016

The Power of an Intervention

Not every addict in need of rehab is going to jump at the chance of a handling. For this reason, an intervention can honestly be the difference between life and death for a person.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
December 27, 2016

An Unexpected Source of Crime

When you think of drug addicts in your neighbourhood you may get the image of a shady dealer on the street corner or menacing individuals down alleyways. In reality, though, that is not what drug dealing looks like anymore.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 27, 2016

Beating Methamphetamine Withdrawal

Withdrawal symptoms after long use of methamphetamine can be so strong, and users fear the reaction so strongly that it keeps them hooked and constantly turning back to the drug, even if they no longer experience a high.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
December 27, 2016

Mentally and Physically Revitalised

It’s gone beyond my wildest dreams I didn’t expect it to be as good as it is. I personally feel mentally and physically revitalised. I feel like I did when I was 16 when I hadn’t had a girlfriend, got a job, taken no drugs or alcohol. That’s how I feel now.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
December 26, 2016

Cocaine that Rots your Flesh!

If you buy cocaine ( like Lance used to), there is apparently an 80% chance that it has been cut with a skin rotting chemical! It has been found in a study by drugabuse.com that almost two-thirds of cocaine is cut with levamisole.

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
December 26, 2016

Steroids

Your first thought when it comes to steroids is probably sports men and women with bulging muscles, body builders and athletes winning medals. But do you really know what steroids are?

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Lisa Borg in Drug abuse
December 26, 2016

What’s “Normal“ These Days?

Last Saturday, I was enjoying a night out, and while walking in the city I saw an ambulance and big crowd around someone on the ground in a corner. Not wanting to gawk I just kept walking hoping that the person would be all right.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 23, 2016

Do Replacement Drugs such as Methadone Work?

Addiction currently is often treated as a disease, rather than an addict themselves being rehabilitated. The drugs used for this “treatment” against heroin and painkillers, are usually methadone and buprenorphine.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
December 23, 2016

Why Do Addicts Continually Endanger Their Lives?

As a sober individual, it is inconceivable to imagine continually putting your life at risk for another hit, and yet that is what addicts do every day.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 20, 2016

“Easier to Decide and Carry Through!”

Narconon’s Objectives are unique exercises – designed to help bring a person's attention off the past and into the present. Here is what one student had to say about them:

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 20, 2016

What’s the Difference Between Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation?

Nowadays addiction treatment and rehabilitation are two totally different concepts, and if you, or a loved one wants to completely overcome addiction to live a drug-free life, it is vital that you understand them both.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 6, 2016

Common Characteristics of an Addict

If you have never really been around an addict you may not realise that there are certain characteristics that most addicts have in common. It may not be 100% of them, but it is a high percentage and they are behavioural characteristics.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 6, 2016

Drug-Free Withdrawal

Most programmes nowadays use drugs during withdrawal to help with symptoms, and then later to prevent cravings and relapse. We are proud to offer a different option, a natural alternative for withdrawal.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 6, 2016

Drugs Are Everywhere

One problem with drugs really is the multiple ways which they are obtainable, whether it is over the counter, from a prescription, from a friend, or from the internet or a dealer. There are just too many ways to get them…

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
December 6, 2016

The First Step of the Narconon Programme Is the Drug-Free Withdrawal

At Narconon we do not use drugs to help someone with addiction to come off their substance of choice. The withdrawal procedure involves 24 hour supervision and relevant one-to-one care along with the use of very specific vitamins and minerals, alongside simple yet effective techniques to help the person get relief from the adverse symptoms withdrawal can bring.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 6, 2016

The True Cost of Addiction

Plenty of people getting in drugs, or even full blown addiction, insist that taking drugs is a personal choice, and no one should interfere because it only affects them.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 6, 2016

Why are So Many Medical Students and Professionals Reportedly Addicted to Drugs?

You would think that medical students and those in the medical profession with all of their education on drugs and their effects would stay well clear of drugs and addiction.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 3, 2016

Life Skills Courses Help a Student Realise: “Drugs Kill Families and Their Loved Ones”

Having read all the work I have done on this course , I realise just how much pain, heartache, and damage I have caused in the past four years. It has shocked me to the point of crying. All I wanted to do was to pick up the phone and talk to my wife and apologise.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
December 3, 2016

Why Shouldn’t I Try Marijuana?

Marijuana is the most commonly used drug in the world. A lot of people don’t think it is any more dangerous than alcohol. Here are some facts and often unknown data on their effects…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 2, 2016

I will Never Ever Be That Person Again

“Previously, when I was doing drugs, I never felt any emotion because of the routine I got into. I thought that emotions weren’t real. I know that, because, now I feel completely different to how I felt about my girlfriend.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
December 2, 2016

Rejuvenated, Renewed and Cleansed after the Sauna

“Narconon has helped me tremendously to start on my journey towards discovering myself in the here and now. The Sauna aided me deeply in shedding layers and detoxing, I felt rejuvenated, renewed and cleansed afterward and clean of alcohol.“

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
December 1, 2016

Student Success on Narconon’s New Life Detox

“The New Life Detoxification is an incredible experience in which I felt important manifestations happening physically, mentally and emotionally…“

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 30, 2016

How You Can Help Prevent Heroin Addiction and Overdose

Here are a few useful things that if everyone got into practice would rapidly decrease the demand, addiction and overdose statistics for heroin , and the good news is they aren’t complicated.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 29, 2016

How Drinking Can Lead to a Full-Blown Relapse

There has been an ongoing debate in the area of rehab and addiction whether drinking alcohol after rehab is truly a relapse or not, and what to really think about it.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 29, 2016

Some Pros and Cons to Legalizing Small Drug Possession

It is interesting looking at the pros and cons of decriminalizing drug possession. What really is best for our country? Forbidden Fruit One of the points that pro-decriminalization people tout is the forbidden fruit effect of illegalizing drugs.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 29, 2016

The Decline of Booze

I have recently picked up some more good news in the newspaper. This time from the Evening Standard on Wednesday 16th.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 29, 2016

The Effects of a Broken Marriage

A marriage ending is a turbulent time for everyone involved. Unfortunately it does not often happen amicably and it is certainly a time of big change. For those couples splitting up who have children, things get even tougher.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
November 18, 2016

Cats, Heroin Addicts and Methadone

The lovely uplifting film ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ hit our cinemas recently and as a cat lover I went to see it. The biggest surprise for me, was at the point where he wanted to become clean, off the methadone entirely. He was left utterly to his own devices. The withdrawal from methadone is known to be an extremely tough one and if he had been a slightly weaker man, that would have been it, back onto heroin.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2016

Drug Use is Not Inevitable

Too many addicts coming in for rehab say the same thing: “If only I had known then, what I know now, I would never have taken that first hit.” It matters little if it was heroin , cocaine , or alcohol .

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2016

How to Spot an Overdose

There were 3,346 drug poisoning deaths registered in England and Wales in 2014 , the highest since comparable records began in 1993 . As the use of drugs continues to rise, so does the number of overdoses. Every time a user takes another hit, it is another possibility to OD.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2016

Recent Overdose Statistics for England and Wales

Though the figures and statistics of drug overdoses can sometimes be hard to face, it is important to know what we are tackling and what the current scene is.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2016

Sniffing

Glue sniffing is the intentional inhalation of gases or vapours to achieve a high. There are all sorts of household chemicals that contain volatile substances that can create a high.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2016

The Truth about Benzodiazepines Is Coming Out

I don’t normally consider the Daily Mail Herald of important news but on Tuesday the 8th they published a story regarding the truly terrifying effects of benzodiazepine.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 18, 2016

Vulnerable Moments for Addiction to Set-In

Though people can get into drugs or alcohol at any time, there are certain circumstances that put one more at risk to turning to drugs and alcohol as a solution. These times usually contain vulnerability due to pain, injury, loss or change.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 17, 2016

The Cost of That First Hit

When kids are young, full of energy, hormones and angst, their biggest problems are usually which grade they will get on the next test; if that girl or boy likes them back, or if they will get another unfortunate spot on their face.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
November 16, 2016

11 Tips for Educating Kids about Drugs

In a world inundated with drugs, and pro-drug messages routinely being advocated in the media and entertainment—how do you raise your children to be drug free? Here are some tips from our experience working in the drug education and rehabilitation field.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
November 16, 2016

Freedom From Anxiety with Narconon’s New Life Detox

“At first I did not know what to expect and I wasn’t really expecting to have that much of a reaction to anything. I did not think it would be that effective.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 16, 2016

Relapse Prevention

Many clinics and rehab centres consider relapse to be an every-day, ordinary affair. Here at Narconon, we do not. We have found over the years what most people struggle with, so here is some tips and advice for you…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 16, 2016

Signs that Alcohol Consumption Is Out of Control

If you see these signs, then alcohol use has reached a point where it is no longer under control. Learn the signs and don’t wait to take action…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 13, 2016

Solving the True Beginnings of Drug Use

Problems, unhandled situations, stress, anxiety, worries, phobias, pains, aches and diseases are the most common beginning for regular drug or alcohol use.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 12, 2016

3 Things to Never Do in Early Sobriety

Many addicts come out of rehab feeling very positive and in control of their addiction. Although that is a good thing, of course, unless that confidence is built on a firm foundation, it can occasionally leave the person open to situations that become very difficult to handle, that could be easily avoided. From experience these are the top three things to avoid in early sobriety:

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 10, 2016

Starting Out with Weed

It is sadly the case that it is considered normal for most people at some point in their lives to try pot . This is quite commonly during teenage years.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 9, 2016

LSD Facts

LSD may not be the most talked about drug in recent years, but it is still out there and being consumed at an alarming rate. How much do you know about LSD? Well if you think “not very much,” or want to check out your facts, read on.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 8, 2016

Simple Words for Your Kids Regarding Alcohol

Parents often wonder how really best to go about educating children and teenagers so that those kids then go on to make good decisions regarding alcohol. Though good drug education is important, you don’t necessarily have the materials on hand at home for that, and anyway is that really enough?

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
November 7, 2016

Rehabilitation is Not Just for the Addict

When someone goes to rehab it is normal to think of the physical and mental affects that this person will be relieved of, by withdrawing and detoxifying from drugs or alcohol . What is sometimes overlooked is how widespread the help truly reaches.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
October 24, 2016

7 Signs That Someone Has Had Too Much to Drink

You do not generally see people taking drugs right out in public. You and most people would probably be quite disconcerted to see someone shoot up or snort in front of you. This is not the case for all drugs though.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 24, 2016

Don’t Wait Around for Addiction — Act Now

Don’t Wait Around for Addiction — Act Now Many people find it uncomfortable to talk about addiction, another person’s choices and behaviour. That being said, many people also have friends, family or even partners that they see drinking or doing drugs.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 24, 2016

Eight Physical Signs that Someone is Suffering from Addiction

Eight Physical Signs that Someone is Suffering from Addiction It is important to know the signs of addiction so that a situation does not creep up on you.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
October 24, 2016

I Regained My Sense of Control and Perspective on Life

Being here , I have learnt that it is not enough to hide away from things. That I need to face them and learn how to handle them and I really can. Before, I would either want to drink or go shopping to make myself feel better.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
October 24, 2016

“My Big Win on the Narconon Objectives”

I feel quite relaxed. Generally I enjoyed it, although there have been some frustrating moments. I did throw my toys out of the pram at one point. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed the Objectives Processes . Not knowing what to expect from the start.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
October 24, 2016

Narconon’s Ups & Downs In Life Course Completion

I’ve cut ties with two people since I’ve been through the Ups and Downs In Life , and to a point I feel relieved. One of the guys I’ve cut ties with is my brother in law. I was very close to him.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
October 24, 2016

Truly Rejuvenated by the New Life Detox

Now I have finished the New Life Detox I feel truy rejuvenated , reenergized and I feel re-born . I can think a lot clearer. I feel calmer. My benign tremor stopped in the sauna. And I am not as anxious as I was pre sauna — the anxiety level has calmed down.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
October 24, 2016

Welcome to my Graduation Day

What I have achieved here is phenomenal, I never thought such simple things could change your life prospects. It’s amazing! During the program, I had so many realisations.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
October 21, 2016

“Addict” is Not a Label or a Stereotype

Many people have preconceived ideas of what an addict is like. But the thing is that addicts don’t fit into one particular category.…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
October 21, 2016

Countering the Pro Drug Message

Whether or not young people or in fact anyone starts taking a drug usually relies on their perception of the dangers and effects of it.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 21, 2016

How the 80’s Glue Sniffing Epidemic Can Help Us Now

An interesting article from Vice last month ( www.vice.com/en_uk/read/glue-sniffing-epidemic-mdma-ecstasy-deaths-uk-narcomania ) highlighted how we can look at successful programmes in the past to help us tackle different situations in the present.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
October 21, 2016

Let’s Not Be Robotic About Drug Education

‘Just say NO’ may be better than nothing as a slogan but, boy, does it leave a lot to be desired.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 16, 2016

Identifying the High Functioning Addict

High Functioning addicts can often be the hardest to spot as the outwards signs of success can be so misleading. See (blog on The High Functioning Addict) for more information on what this actually is.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 15, 2016

The Secret Lives of High-Functioning Addicts

The high-functioning addict will commonly be leading a secret life . True, the actual consumption of drugs or alcohol may be known about, but the dependency is not and that is the key difference.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Accidental Painkiller Addiction

You may have started taking painkillers with good intentions. They were prescribed by the doctor to get over a surgery or a chronic pain. Alternately it may have just been recurring headaches, menstrual cramps or toothaches.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Education
October 14, 2016

Alcohol is the Key Gateway Drug

A study done by the university of Florida found that it was alcohol , not marijuana as is most commonly cited, that is the key gateway drug.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Am I Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol?

There are different signs that you can look for to determine the answer to this question. But the first thing to say is that if you are even wondering, it is quite likely you either are, or you are at least in dangerous territory regarding drugs.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Creating a Successful Intervention

Having a loved one suffering from addiction is an awful situation to be in. Watching them go in a downward spiral, as their dreams and ambitions fall by the wayside and worse and worse habits take their place.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Dr Brings Awareness of Opioid Addiction to the World with Rap

Dr Zubin Demania is a practising internal medicine doctor in the USA who is using songs and raps to raise awareness of the dangers of addiction to pharmaceutical drugs. As ZDoggMD he has 10s of millions of views on Facebook with such songs as ‘Big Pharma’ or ‘Treat Yourself.’

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Drug Addiction in The Family

Most people are aware of the ravages drugs play on the user both physically and mentally. How it affects the whole family is sometimes less thought about. When things get more dramatic, such as child abuse, the effects are more evident, but what about the insidious smaller effects?

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

How Long Does Drug Rehab Take?

Well it is understandable that many people looking into rehab want to know the answer to that question. Unfortunately there is no cut and dry answer .

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Learning How to Overcome Addiction

As drugs and alcohol set in on a person so does certain behaviour. Things like lying, hiding and keeping secrets as well as things like where to find the drugs, which drugs give you the best high or how best to handle a come down, all of this behaviour is learned.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

New Dry Bars Popping up Around England

Working in drug rehabilitation—it is so nice to see what looks like a healthy trend popping up around England—dry bars! Dry bars are normal social bars minus the alcohol.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Overcoming Barriers to Addiction

When faced with addiction in a loved one it can be hard to know what to do about it. There are obstacles that need to be overcome and sometimes you just don’t know where to start. A successful intervention is needed but you may not yet be up to that point.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Signs and Symptoms of Drug Abuse

Knowing the signs and symptoms of drug abuse is so important. Waiting for full on collapse of a person’s life due to addiction is too late. If you can catch it early on, the easier it is to handle the drug abuse and potential addiction.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

The Difficulties of Keeping Someone in Rehab

Once you have gone through all the effort of helping a loved into rehab your job isn’t over. Now you need to help keep them there until the programme is fully completed. Unfortunately, drug withdrawal and adjusting to a sober life isn’t easy.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

The High-Functioning Addict

Unfortunately, when most of us think ‘drug addict’ we think of a person down in life , probably job-less, maybe criminal, generally spending their days at home in drunken or drugged stupors.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 14, 2016

Why a Live-In Rehab Centre has Higher Chances of Success

There are many different types of rehabilitation programmes out there but they will all fall into the categories of inpatient or outpatient programmes.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
October 4, 2016

Drug Addiction is the Enemy — Not the Addict

It is very important when dealing with any problems to make sure you are fully focused on the real source and have not gone off onto a tangent.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 4, 2016

Elephant Tranquiliser in your Heroin?

Heroin is an all too powerful drug by itself. Drug dealers when dealing with new clients will usually sell pure and powerful heroin until they have a new client, a fully hooked addict.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 4, 2016

Fabric—Right or Wrong Decision?

Shocking news as we hear that Fabric , one of the best-known clubs in London got its licence revoked by the council this week. Based in Farringdon, it is world-known for its dub-step, house, drum and bass and techno music.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 4, 2016

How to Spot an Executive Who Is Addicted to Drugs

Executives often live high pressured lives. With challenges coming at them not only from work but also at home.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
October 4, 2016

What Does It Really Take to Eradicate Drug Cravings?

The figures on relapsing back to drugs after completing rehab is all too high. In fact, it has become so common as to seem normal or expected .

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
September 27, 2016

Alcohol in the Work Place

In order to strengthen your company and help all employees on an individual basis, it is important to take a look at how much alcohol really is being consumed and the effects that this may be having at work.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
September 27, 2016

Delirium Tremens

Most people are aware that delirium tremens can set in when withdrawing from alcohol and as the name suggests one of the symptoms is tremors and shaking. What many people may not realise is how severe the other effects of delirium tremens can be.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
September 27, 2016

Views of the Drug Problem in the UK

In 2014 an anonymous survey was done across 1,080 adults in the UK, representing a cross section of society, regarding their drug use. Though the amount surveyed is not that high it gives an interesting view on some facts and figures here in the UK.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
September 20, 2016

What Skills Do You Need to Maintain a Sober Happy Life?

It does not take only the withdrawal process and some time being clean to get someone able to live a happy and functioning life while sober. There are skills and abilities that one needs, to enable a person to go through the travails of life and overcome them without resorting to drugs.

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Lisa Borg in Sobriety
September 12, 2016

How to Have Fun Without Drugs or Alcohol

Many people feel that drugs or at least alcohol are needed to have a good time. That life would be boring without them.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 30, 2016

How to Talk to a Loved One About Addiction

Sometimes this can be difficult if you are unsure on how they are going to act, respond or deal with it. This shouldn’t stop you though. The first step for maintaining your relationship and perhaps helping the person through addiction is to be able to talk about it.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 23, 2016

A Dangerous Time to Be on Drugs

A couple of generations ago there was really only a dozen street drugs generally available and the effects were known about. Times have now changed though, with a multitude of synthetic drugs being made month to month.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 23, 2016

Cocaine and Crack Cocaine

Cocaine is extracted from the leaves of the coca plant. Cocaine is extracted from coca leaves and was originally developed as a painkiller . When it is in powder form it is known as cocaine and when in crystal form it is known as crack cocaine .

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 21, 2016

Some Facts about Mood Stabilisers

What are the risks associated with taking mood stabilisers? “Mood stabilisers” is a generic term for the class of drug that is prescribed to handle a range of mood disorders.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
August 20, 2016

Alcohol Really Is a Drug

Alcohol is legal and it is a big part of most people’s social life, especially here in the UK where being able to “hold your drink” is considered a good thing. Most weekends don’t go by without at least one big night out.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
August 15, 2016

After Narconon New Life Detox “ I feel very positive about living again. ”

Early on in the Narconon line-up is the New Life Detox component: a combination of exercise, sauna, a healthy dietary intake and a specific nutritional supplement regime. The advantages in mental and emotional health are also evident, as described here by one Narconon student here...

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
August 14, 2016

A New Lease of Life and a Future That Seems Brighter and Clearer Than Ever

Narconon’s New Life Detox aims to free the person from toxins that may be hindering their physical and mental progress towards a drug-free life. A student shares her story here...

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 13, 2016

The Narconon Drug-Free Withdrawal: Getting Off Prescription Drugs

Although medicine is sometimes a necessary part of our lives, many of those prescribed contain addictive substances such as opiates. For some individuals, prescription medication leads to the trap and misery of addiction. Narconon has helped many overcome such addictions.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 11, 2016

Saving Artists from Addiction

Almost every month we read or hear about an artist who has succumbed to drugs . Artists are important for our society because they inspire the culture and society to better things. These individuals are talented and deserve support.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
August 11, 2016

The Future Was a Black Hole until the New Life Detox

“I have found that during Narconon ’s New Life Detoxification step, I have been thinking about all the things I can do in the future to make mine and my families lives better.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 10, 2016

Alcoholism in Women

Alcoholism can be just as much a problem for women as for men, and in fact there are certain factors women face that men do not. A key reason that alcoholism can be so life destroying for women is related to pregnancy and raising children.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 10, 2016

The New Life Detox: An Amazing Experience!

The New Life Detox: An Amazing Experience! A student’s joy with the successful outcome of our comprehensive New Life Detoxification.

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Lisa Borg in Addiction
August 10, 2016

Why do Men get so Addicted to Cocaine?

Why do Men get so Addicted to Cocaine? Cocaine is famous for its short-term effect of euphoria , but when you come down from that high you hit a very low point.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 8, 2016

How to Spot an Alcoholic

Alcohol can seem so safe at first—everyone drinks, it's legal, it's not really a drug... until it is out of hand, and someone you know is addicted. Then is the time you really have to face the effects of alcohol abuse.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 6, 2016

Student Experiences “A Feeling That Was Better Than A Drug,” During Narconon’s Drug-Free Withdrawal

Withdrawal is often the most feared stage of getting off drugs. At Narconon we use simple yet precise and effective techniques, along with a specialised Nutritional programme that helps relieve the symptoms associated with drug or alcohol withdrawal. Here is what one student said about his Narconon Drug-Free Withdrawal…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 5, 2016

The Problem of Opioid Painkiller Addiction

When you think of people addicted to opium you think of the illicit drug heroin, but with many prescription painkillers and even over-the-counter painkillers containing opium, this is far from the only problem.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 4, 2016

Drugs in the Work Place

Drug use affects all parts of life and that most definitely includes the workplace. For each individual, a job is vital not only for keeping busy and active but for the means to live and support a family.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 4, 2016

Prescription Drug Abuse

Did you know that the abuse of prescription medication has reached a point of epidemic proportions? And we are not just talking about the U.S. but here in the UK as well.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
August 4, 2016

What Makes Narconon Different?

The Narconon programme is a very effective drug rehabilitation system, for full information you should check out the Narconon United Kingdom website but here I am going to give you a little overview so that you can get an idea of how the programme works.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
July 19, 2016

Intervention May Be the Answer

The Loved Ones of Addicts often find themselves at a crossroads. They can see clearly that the addict’s life is in chaos, they experience the backlash of that chaos in their own lives, and yet…

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
July 7, 2016

Narconon UK Graduate Learns Tools to Help her Survive Successfully in the Future

“This final programme has shown me how to be able to start to improve my life when I get home. “ It allowed me to look at the mistakes I’ve made in the past and how they affected me.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
July 7, 2016

Words from a Narconon UK Graduate

“The formulas that Narconon gave me can be used in so many ways for the rest of my life”

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
July 5, 2016

Narconon UK New Life Skills

Narconon UK New Life Skills After completing one of the New Life Skills Courses called Overcoming Ups and Downs In Life “This course has helped me recognize and understand the people and conditions that were causing me to binge drink initially and later do it daily.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
June 21, 2016

Cultivating a Joyful Life

Life Skills Courses: “The most fruitful aspect of my time here came from the course work. This review of my life, delving into my feelings and examining every corner of my history allowed me to really dig deep in the wounds that have been running my life and fuelling my addiction.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
June 21, 2016

Is Your Partner Addicted?

Is your partner a addicted to drugs or alcohol? Maybe you’ve been trying to find a way to help your partner to quit.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
May 26, 2016

How You Can Help to Save the Life of a Loved One Suffering from Drug or Alcohol Addiction

How You Can Help to Save the Life of a Loved One Suffering from Drug or Alcohol Addiction It can be devastating for many people to discover that a loved one has become addicted to drugs or alcohol. All too often the family have no idea how to help.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
May 25, 2016

Shocking Statistics Emerge: England’s National Summit on Drug-Related Deaths

Shocking Statistics Emerge: England’s National Summit on Drug-Related Deaths In January 2015, Public Health England, DrugScope and the Local Government Association held a National Summit on Drug-Related Deaths.

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Lisa Borg in Narconon Success
May 25, 2016

Student Success Story – New Life Detox

Emotionally I am a lot better, I used to be quite tearful and depressed. I am definitely more positive than I have been in a long time. I suppose being in the sauna for so long it’s easy to forget where you started off from. My daughter and my mum think I look great and they are really pleased.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
May 5, 2016

Chronicle of a Narconon UK Graduate

“I lived moments where I didn’t care if I would die. I felt lost, depressed, I lost control and reached a profound state of desperation because I really wanted to stop using drugs but was losing hope that I would ever be able to do it on my own.

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Lisa Borg in Drug Rehab
April 29, 2016

Let’s get started — welcome to our blog

Welcome to our new Narconon UK Blog. We aim to bring you interesting news, tips, and articles, along with staff and student interviews. We welcome topic suggestions that you would like to read about. Please click here to get in touch.

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