There are at least 3 components to narcotic addiction: physical addiction, psychological addiction and social influence. We can only address the physical addiction. We can not promise or guarantee to eliminate it completely. Similar to other ways to quit opiate drug addiction, after a person quits opiate drugs with the help of rapid detox, some patients may experience depression, anxiety, feeling of boredom, feeling of loss of purpose, feeling of psychological craving for drugs, insomnia, loss of appetite, dysphoria, feeling tired, feeling exhausted and generalized feeling of weakness. Patients are required and recommended to undergo long-term emotional and psychological counseling for substance abuse problems after rapid detox. These treatment can help reduce these symptoms.

Patients need to have the psychological issues such as anxiety, depression, dependent personality, poor impulse control, personality problems treated by mental health professionals over the 6 months to 1 year after rapid detox so these underlying emotional problems do not cause the patients to relapse. Such intensive and comprehensive psychological counseling and substance abuse counseling are necessay to prevent relapse and to reduce the symptoms described above that are the after-effect of quitting opiate drugs.

Medical ethics rules and regulations in many medical licensure jurisdictions forbid doctors and clinics from offering any guarantee or promise to the safety and success of any medical treatment. Our treatment program is covered by the same set of rules of medical ethics and regulations.