When most people think of the dangers faced by firemen in the line of duty, they get pictures of raging flames, collapsing buildings and smoke inhalation. As dangerous as all these are, they don’t represent the full picture when it comes to the hazards that present themselves to firefighters. Another serious health threat which threatens the lives of firefighters is the exposure to toxic chemicals, in incidents involving spills, explosions and fumes released in a conflagration. One of the most insidious aspects of this situation is the fact that toxic chemical exposure does not always affect a firefighter in a single, catastrophic event. In many cases, a fireman may be forced into early retirement and a lifetime of disability by the effects of gradual accumulation of the toxic burden resulting from several events over the course of a career. Chemical exposure is indeed one of the greatest health threats that confront firefighters, and in exchange for their years of brave service these men and women often end up with debilitating physical conditions that can make life miserable and cut one’s years short. Continue reading How Sauna Detox Used at Narconon Has Helped Firemen Exposed to Chemicals
In The Faces of Addiction, viewers are presented with a series of more than a dozen animated GIFs which show men and women posing for mugshots over periods ranging from several months to nearly 20 years. What they all have in common is the fact that they are drug addicts, people whose appearance for the mug shot camera is typically based on an arrest for crimes such as possession or manufacture of drugs. People who look normal and healthy at the beginning of the animation transform — quickly or slowly — into something that can in many cases be described as a ghoulish appearance. Sometimes you can see it happening gradually from the outset, while in other cases the person looks relatively normal up until the end, when a shocking transformation takes place which leaves the person looking all but unrecognizable. The Faces of Addiction serves as a powerful tool for driving home the message that drugs are dangerous, and it also helps us to understand just how harmful drugs can be to a person’s physical health. This is due in large part to a factor which many people are not aware of. Continue reading Detox Used in Narconon Sauna Shown to Help Reduce Chemicals Stored in Body
The New-Life Detoxification Program, also known as the Narconon Sauna, has long been used as a vital and very successful part of the drug-free Narconon program. Decades ago, it was also referred to as The Hubbard Method of detoxification, named after L. Ron Hubbard, who researched and developed it.
Known for its efficacy in ridding the addict’s body of drug residuals which remain stored in the tissues after drug use, it is an integral part of reducing and/or eliminating the drug cravings which drive the addict to Continue reading What are the Other Benefits of Sauna Detox Process