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Benefits of Treament

Addictions D U R A T I O N
Smoking/Chewing Tobacco Sudden Detoxification. But 6 to 10 doses are needed for follow up treatment.
Alcohol After treatment of 8 to 10 hours on first days urge to alcohol is vanished; treatment for 4 to 8 weeks is necessary, for complete restoration of damages caused by alcoholism.
Cannabis Detoxification begins on initial day, provided psychosis has not developed. However, restorative treatment will prolong for 4 to 8 weeks.
Barbiturates Detoxification is completed within a day but for restoration of damages ,treatment for 4-8 weeks is required
Opiates Detoxification completes
within 3 days but 3 months’ treatment is required for complete recovery
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Effects of DETOXIN
A: Detoxin completely prevents the withdrawal symptoms arising due to abstinence from intoxicants, which are as follows:
  1: In Alcoholics
   
  • Abnormal Evoked Potential
  • Abnormal DT’s Latency
  • Grand-Mal seizures
  • Less number of cycles of REM sleep
  • Hyperglycaemia
  • Increase in serum acetaldehyde
  • Increase in serum Lactic Acid
  • Increase in serum mg+
  2: In Opiate Addicts
   
  • Increase in serum amylase
  • SGOT
  • SGPT
  • Hyperglycaemia
  • Anxiety
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Temperature
  • Increased Pulse Rate
  3: In Cannabis Addicts
   
  • Hyperglycaemia
  • Anxiety
  • Hallucinations
  • Convulsions
  • High Blood Pressure
All above mentioned symptoms are cured after administration of Detoxin.
B:

Detoxin also compensates the damage caused by addiction, corrects abnormal functions and restores to normal.

Following damages are caused to body by different intoxicants:

  1. Damages caused by Alcohol:
    i) Pathological abnormalities
     
  • Decrease in Haemoglobin
  • Increase in PCV, ESR and MCV
  • High GamaGlutamyl transfers
  • High Creatanine Phosphokinase
  • High SGOT
  • High SGPT
  • High Triglycerides
  • High Serum Amylase
  • High LDL Cholesterol
  • Hypoprotienaemia
    ii) Electrophysiological
     
  • Hypertrophy of ventricle of brain and Cerebral Sulci
  • Increased metabolic rate of brain
  • Poor Nerve Stimulation
  • ECG
    iii) Psychological
     
  • Impaired cognitive function
  • Impaired TAT
  • Impaired personality
  • Impaired intelligence.
  2. Damages caused by Opiates:
    i) Pathological Changes
     
  • Decrease in Haemoglobin
  • Increase in PCV, ESR
  • High Serum Bilirubin
  • High SGOT and SGPT
  • High Alkaline Phosphatase
  • High Thymol Turbidity
  • Increase in Serum Creatinine
  • Increase in Serum Urea
  • Increase in Serum Uric Acid
    ii) Elctrophysiological
     
  • Increased metabolic rate of brain
  • Abnormal EEG patterns.
    iii) Psychological
     
  • Impaired Personality
  • Impaired Intelligence
  • Impaired Mental Alertness

ยท  Others :

  • Enlarged liver, Abnormal Lung Function
  3. Damages caused by Cannabis:
 
    i) Pathological
     
  • Decrease in Haemoglobin
  • Increase in Blood Urea and Glucose
  • Increase Serum Bilirubin
  • Increase SGOT and SGPT
  • Alkaline Phosphatase
  • High Thymol Turbidity
    ii) Elctrophysiological
     
  • Hypertrophy of left ventricle of brain
  • Abnormal EEG patterns
    iii) Psychological
     
  • Impaired mental arithmetic test
  • Impaired digit symbol substitution test
  • Impaired Pursuit meter test
  • Impaired cognitive function
  • Deranged mental process
  • Impaired thinking
  • Depression
  • Impaired Intelligence

Others :

  • Impaired Lung Function.
  • Enlarged liver
  • Appetite
  • High Pulse Rate
  4. Damages caused by Barbiturates:
 
    i) Pathological
     
  • Decrease in Haemoglobin
  • Increase in ESR, PCV
  • Increase in Serum Bilirubin
  • Decrease in gastric secretion
  • Serum porphyia
  • Hypoprotienaemia
  • Increase in Serum creatinine
  • Increase in Serum Urea
  • Increase in Serum Uric Acid
    ii) Electrophysiological
     
  • Less number of cycles of REM sleep
  • Increase in Basal Metabolic Rate of Brain
  • Other abnormal EEG patterns
    iii) Psychological
     
  • impaired mental ability
  • impaired cognitive function
  • impaired mental alertness
  • impaired emotional stability
  5. Damages caused by Nicotine:
 
    i) Pathological
     
  • Decrease in Haemoglobin
  • Increase in ESR, PCV and Platelet Count
  • Hyperglycaemia
  • High Serum Albumin
  • High Serum LDL Cholesterol
  • High Serum Uric Acid
  • Low Immunity
  • Decrease in lung function
  • Decrease in lung capacity
  • Gangrene
    ii) Electrophysiological
     
  • Increase Metabolic Rate of Brain
  • Other abnormal EEG patterns.
    iii) Psychological
     
  • Deranged cognitive function
  • Deranged Thinking