The Holistic Sanctuary Conducts Emergency Poll in the Aftermath of the Death of Cory Monteith: Measuring the Effectiveness of Conventional Drug Rehab Centers
The Holistic Sanctuary Issues National Poll Concerning the Challenges of Conventional Drug Rehab Centers
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2013
With the death of Cory Monteith*, who played the role of Finn Hudson on the Fox television series Glee, The Holistic Sanctuary has conducted an emergency poll of 1,000 past and current patients who have sought treatment from a conventional drug rehab center. The numbers come in the wake of Cory’s demise from “mixed drug toxicity” consisting of heroin and alcohol, two months after having left a rehab facility. He also had been a patient at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California, and the Crossroads Centre on the Caribbean Island of Antigua.**
This independent, privately commissioned nationwide poll among patients 21-58-years-old – with an even division between men and women – reveals a number of startling facts about conventional drug rehab centers, such as:
- 93% say they were told, either by a doctor or a counselor at a conventional drug rehab facility, that they have an “incurable disease.”
- 68% say they were encouraged to join or mandatorily enrolled in a 12-step program.
- 75% suffered severe side effects (liver toxicity, nausea, vomiting, heightened anxiety and depression) from prescription medications for the treatment of opiate addiction.
- Among those who relapsed, 81% returned to a drug rehab center for at least two more rounds of the same treatment.
- The median amount of money spent, by these patients, for conventional drug rehab is $37,891.
- 78% say the accommodations at these centers were either physically uncomfortable or not accurate depictions of the accommodations, as described online or in other promotional materials.
- 88% of patients who sought treatment for heroin addiction were now on large doses of suboxone.
In contrast, The Holistic Sanctuary is an oasis amidst the beauty, seclusion and tranquility of the finest 5-star resort, with the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean providing the purity and the cooling comfort of Mother Nature. By using the most innovative, safe, exclusive, effective, cutting-edge, revolutionary treatment modalities to heal a patient’s brain so they can heal their life, The Holistic Sanctuary is also radically different from conventional drug rehab facilities.
Indeed, to be a premier holistic drug rehab center – and defy the statistics associated with traditional drug rehab centers – to permanently end addiction, and be free of methadone and suboxone, is the ultimate sign of success.
These state-of-the-art opiate addiction treatments and detox programs are where patients are reborn. “The emphasis, at The Holistic Sanctuary, is on healing – not false theories, self-defeating prophecies, negative thoughts, outdated techniques and attack therapy. For, addiction is not an incurable disease! Empowerment is the mission of everything we do, from the super foods, juices, cleanses, meditation, invigorating hikes – with breathtaking views of the ocean and neighboring foothills – to the all-natural treatment modalities we customize for each patient, so they can – and will be – permanently free of addiction,” says Johnny Tabaie, Founder of The Holistic Sanctuary.
These rewards make choosing a non-12-step drug rehab facility absolutely critical, because many of the people polled in this study said they left a conventional drug rehab center feeling more depressed, desperate, withdrawn and suicidal.
In this situation, selecting the right opiate drug rehab center can be a life or death decision. The high rate of relapse-to-rehab, as reported by this poll, confirms the challenges patients face when they enter, exit and return to the same drug treatment programs.
The Holistic Sanctuary is the only heroin addiction rehab center that offers the exclusive and all-natural Pouyan Method – created by Johnny himself – as a safe, effective, personalized, breakthrough solution to permanently end addiction. The result of more than 5 years of research, development, testing, education, supervision and careful application, this cure is the reason why patients call the Founder of The Holistic Sanctuary one very heartfelt name: Johnny The Healer.
Readers can learn more about Johnny’s remarkable journey by clicking Johnny The Healer.
However inspiring his story is, and it is an amazing tale of recovery and redemption, Johnny has something even more powerful than hope and positive words. He has evidence – indisputable proof – of brain scans, where the areas damaged by addiction have been restored and rejuvenated. People can view these by clicking Pouyan Method Brain Scans.
“Permanently ending addiction is a reality; it is nothing less than the resurrection of health and the renewal of life. We are at a pivotal moment – a time for choosing – where conventional drug rehab centers must admit their guilt and say, ‘How do you ask a patient to be the last man or woman to die for a broken, outdated, expensive, illogical and stubborn philosophy?’ Now is the time to answer that question and save people’s lives,” says Mr. Tabaie.
About The Holistic Sanctuary
The Holistic Sanctuary is the home of the exclusive, all-natural and proprietary Pouyan Method, which enables patients to permanently end a variety of addictions. Unlike conventional drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, which have rates or failure or relapse among patients, The Holistic Sanctuary offers a customized protocol with the amenities of a 5-star resort. We seek to stop addiction without prescription medication or the use of 12-step programs. Nor do we classify patients as victims of an incurable disease. Our therapies focus on healing the brain, so a patient can heal their life. For more information about our innovative techniques, founding principles and testimonials from former patients, please visit http://www.theholisticsanctuary.com.
*"Cory Monteith: Glee star died from alcohol and heroin," (July 17, 2013) http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-23338486
**"Cory Monteith: 'He Was Super Committed to Getting Sober,' Says Source" (July 14, 2013) http://theusatodaynews.com/cory-monteith-he-was-super-committed-to-getting-sober-says-source/
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