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Clinical research is underway in Scotland using NET for methadone, heroin and poly-drug abuse.

NeuroElectric Therapy (NET) is a specific form of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) , providing small pulses of electric current across the head to ameliorate the effects of acute and chronic withdrawal from addictive substances. CES has been in clinical use in the USA since 1963 and in Europe since 1953, and is recognized by the FDA for the treatment of depression, anxiety and insomnia
  Smith R.B. (2007) “Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation: Its First Fifty Years, Plus Three: A Monograph”
  Tate Publishing & Enterprises LLC, page 19
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Clinical results published in 1984 showed that by coupling NeuroElectric Therapy with approximately two weeks of a residential rehabilitation program, participants being treated with such a protocol exhibited a dropout rate of less than 2% and experienced long-term drug abstinence rates of approximately 80%, based upon a follow-up study that determined the sampled participants’ abstinence status anywhere from 1 - 8 years after their initial treatment (n=186). This is compared with about a 3% long-term average abstinence rate for people who are treated using traditional methods.
  Patterson MA, Firth J, Gardiner R. (1984) “Treatment of drug, alcohol and nicotine addiction by NeuroElectric Therapy: analysis of results over 7 years”
  J Bioelectricity 1984; 3:193-221
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Applying small amounts of current across the head for about one week, NET reestablishes the body’s natural levels of neurotransmitters disrupted by chronic substance abuse. This reduces both the acute and chronic symptoms of drug withdrawal and improves rehabilitation outcomes.
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NET now offers detox programs for heroin, cocaine, methadone, methamphetamine, Xanax, Oxycodone, alcohol, nicotine and combinations of drugs
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