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Narconon Graduate Remembers Near Death From Heroin

Rezza's family was aware of the fact that many of his friends abused drugs. They also knew that several of them had attempted rehab and it didn't work. Rezza was doubtful that treatment would work for him, since he had seen so many people fail.


Narconon Graduate Remembers Near Death From Heroin
2010-08-18
NORCROSS, GA, August 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) Nine months ago, when Rezza took a combination of Clonopine and heroin, he stopped breathing and blacked out. His sister found him gasping for air - his face was pale and his lips were blue. Fortunately, the paramedics got to him in time and saved his life.

When he woke up, Rezza still didn't fully comprehend the seriousness of the situation or that he had actually overdosed. His mind was scrambled and getting drugs was still his number one goal. He immediately went out and found more drugs, despite the fact that he had been near death. The number one goal for his family however, was to save Rezza's life.

Rezza's family was aware of the fact that many of his friends abused drugs. They also knew that several of them had attempted rehab and it didn't work. Rezza was doubtful that treatment would work for him, since he had seen so many people fail. His mother was aware of one person who had gotten clean - the brother of a friend of hers. She called and learned that her friend's brother had graduated from the Narconon program and had been clean for years.

Rezza's family convinced him to go to Narconon. He was ready to get clean and thought the Narconon approach might work. Now five months later, Rezza is a successful Narconon graduate and his family cannot believe how much he has changed. Rezza's priority in life is to get the word out that it is possible to get sober and to enjoy life. He knows he was lucky to learn this truth and he wants to share it.

Now Rezza looks back at his drug using days and can't believe that he escaped from his addiction. When asked how he got hooked in the first place, he explained, "I tried my first drug when I was fifteen when I smoked opium. I was soon experimenting with other drugs, like hallucinogens. I started because I was curious and wanted to know how these drugs would make me feel. I saw other kids using drugs and they seemed to be doing OK. I didn't realize how unhealthy these drugs were or that my friends were actually hurting themselves.

"I got addicted to opiates when I was 19. I started with Oxycontin, but soon learned that heroin was cheaper. As soon as I injected it, I was hooked and my life started to crumble. I got arrested, spent 8 months in jail and started back with drugs immediately when I got out. Even an overdose didn't stop me. Only the strong will of my family was able to get me on the right path.

"I am no longer a slave to my drug addiction. Now I know that there is life after drugs and I have a choice. Nothing in my environment or society will ever be able to tell me otherwise.

"I want others to know that they can get clean and have the success that I have had. If someone as
bad off as I was can do it, then anyone can."

Read the interview at http://www.drugsno.com/drug-rehab-news/press-releases/heroin-addict-recovers/.

Narconon of Georgia provides drug treatment and education. Narconon Drug Rehab of Georgia is a non-traditional drug abuse treatment program with a 76% success rate. For more information or if you know someone suffering from addiction please contact us at 877-413-3073 or www.drugsno.com.

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[Press-News.org] Narconon Graduate Remembers Near Death From Heroin
Rezza's family was aware of the fact that many of his friends abused drugs. They also knew that several of them had attempted rehab and it didn't work. Rezza was doubtful that treatment would work for him, since he had seen so many people fail.
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