Thinking of Rapid Detox?
“Jackass” star Bam Margera checked into an alcohol rehab for the third time for alcoholism on New Year’s Day. Vocal about his tryst with alcohol and previous attempts at treatment, the 39-year-old pro skateboarder said that he was “hoping the term 3rd time is a charm is true.”
Margera shared the news through his Instagram post on January 1, 2019, where he can be seen holding his one-year-old son Phoenix Wolf, with wife Nicole Boyd. His decision to seek alcohol detox treatment comes almost a year after being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI).
DUI in 2018 and checking into rehab
In January 2018, Margera was admitted into a rehab for the second time after he was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol. He expressed gratitude to Johnny Schillereff from Element Skateboards for getting him admitted to an alcohol rehab. He was sober for eight months when he relapsed in August 2018, after being robbed at gunpoint while riding alone from the airport in a taxi.
This time however, he looked hopeful as he posted a photograph of his sober coach and himself. Minutes later, he was inundated with reassurance messages from his numerous fans. One of his fans even thanked his co-stars and friends for helping him out and getting him into treatment. “As a big fan of all of you, it really worried me to see Bam going downhill like that and it truly warmed my heart to find out that you guys stepped up and helped your brother out,” he wrote.
Last year, in January 2018, Margera was arrested for the first time for a DUI in Los Angeles. His bail was set at $15,000 and he was evicted shortly, shared the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Later, his mother, April came forward and shared that her son was really embarrassed by his DUI and that he was now concentrating on improving his life for himself and his family.
Skateboarding helped recover
Margera was a professional skateboarder before he stopped practicing the sport owing to his years of alcohol abuse and a foot surgery. He took a five-year break from the sport as he had bone spurs. He had to relearn the sport, but the task was not easy, as he was 37 then and heavier than before. He had to change his diet and once he lost the weight, “skating became fun and easy again,” he said.
He shared that skating actually helped him pick up when he had hit rock bottom. During the break, he used to earn money by making nightclub appearances. One day, when he woke up in his own vomit, he realized that “this had to stop.”
Years of alcohol addiction wreaks havoc on the body. It strips the body and the mind of essential nutrients and neurotransmitters. Therefore, the stepping stone to an addiction treatment is to enroll for a detoxification program. Detoxification is a process that rids the body of all the toxins, accumulated with yeas of substance abuse while also fortifying the body with indispensable nutrients.
A reliable alcohol detox treatment center in Colorado would start the detox process by initiating the neurotransmitter restoration therapy (NTR) and/or nicotinamide adenosine dinucleotide (NAD) therapy. These therapies administer amino acids orally and intravenously. The orally-administered amino acids help restore the balance of the neurotransmitters while the infused nutrients help the brain to repair and recover.
Seeking help for alcoholism
Detox is the first and indispensable part of any recovery process. It is important to receive a reliable detox program, which will help a patient cope with addiction and eventually come out of it to attain lasting recovery.
If you or someone you know is looking for alcohol detox treatment centers in Colorado, the Colorado Detox Helpline can assist. Call at our 24/7 detox treatment helpline – 866-730-5807 or chat online with an expert at our live online chat for detoxification assistance and to know about evidence-based detox centers near you.
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