Home Detox UK Advert Campaign

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Design our next Home Detox UK Advert! Submit via our Facebook or Twitter page. Or email us! We at Home Detox UK don’t like to take life to seriously and that’s why we let friends of us on social media and our staff design some of our adverts. We are working on making this into a regular competition with many prizes up for grabs including Tshirts and other goodies for Home Detox UK.

Here is our recent Home Detox UK Advert campaign including Jeremy Kyle looking more Scarface than TV host. Our sister or brother (not to be sexist) business Home Detox South Africa did tweet Jeremy but he has yet to respond.

On the same day we launched the Home Detox UK advert this was sent out by Home Detox South Africa. In a sweep of marketing genius these were posted around the internet from 7am onwards. We would like to make this a weekly traditions and are already in preparations for Monday now. This was reposted to twitter on Friday as a get out of jail free type offer. Home Detox South Africa are reckless on twitter and believe it is a playground! The are worth following – click HDSouthAfrica

Home Detox UK Adverts – South African Version

Home Detox UK Advertising Campaign – Where it began and why?

Well it originated on the banks of a dried river.  It actually started one day when I was bored! Bored of normal work and also bored of seeing the same poncy adverts for everything from Hoovers to Strippers. It was at this moment we decided to advertise outside the box and not conform. And that is what makes us different, unique and real. We are normal people not a shirt and tie office. We want to save people from addiction and if a few terribly edited adverts help than so be it (at Jeremy Kyles expense).

Home Detox UK Advert

Home Detox UK Advert

Our Home Detox Advert competition will start next week with some amazing prizes!

If you have a problem with drink, drugs or addictive behaviors contact us for free confidential advice today,

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5 comments on “Home Detox UK Advert Campaign
  1. Murali says:

    If an individual is seouris about breaking the cycle of addiction, there are supplements and alternative/complimentary therapies that have been shown to be effective in assisting those with addictions or addictive tendencies:HerbsThe use of herbs is a time-honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease. Herbs, however, contain active substances that can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications. For these reasons, herbs should be taken with care and only under the supervision of a practitioner knowledgeable in the field of herbal medicine. Evening Primrose ( Oenothera biennis ) Although more conclusive research is needed, there is some evidence to suggest that this herb may lessen cravings. Evening primrose is often used as an oil extracted from the seed of this herb. This is commonly called EPO. The main active ingredient of EPO is gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an omega-6 fatty acid that can also be found in borage and black currant oils. Milk Thistle ( Silybum marianum ) Milk Thistle helps to cleanse the liver from toxins that have accumulated due to substance abuse. St. John’s Wort ( Hypericum perforatum ) Those with depression and addiction share certain similarities in brain chemical activity. In addition, some people (especially men) who are depressed may mask their feelings or try to cope with their low mood by drinking alcohol or using drugs. For these reasons, researchers have considered whether St. John’s Wort, often used to treat depression, may help reduce substance abuse. Animal studies suggest that this may prove to be an appropriate use of this herb. St. John’s Wort interacts with many different medications. It is particularly important, therefore, that you check with your doctor before using. Others Additional herbs that an herbal specialist might consider to support you while undergoing treatment include: Dandelion ( Taraxacum officinale ): Traditionally used for liver-related problems and as a nutritional support because it is rich in vitamins and minerals. Tends to work well with milk thistle. Skullcap ( Scutellaria lateriflora ): Traditionally used for tension and anxiety, this herb may help ease the withdrawal process. HomeopathyThere have been few studies examining the effectiveness of specific homeopathic remedies. Professional homeopaths, however, may recommend a treatment for addiction based on their knowledge and clinical experience. Before prescribing a remedy, homeopaths take into account a person’s constitutional type. In homeopathic terms, a person’s constitution is his or her physical, emotional, and intellectual makeup. An experienced homeopath assesses all of these factors when determining the most appropriate remedy for a particular individual. The following are a few examples of remedies that an experienced homeopath might consider for symptoms related to drug abuse or withdrawal: Arsenicum album for anxiety and compulsiveness, with nausea, vomiting, and diarrheaNux vomica for irritability and compulsiveness with constipation, nausea, and vomitingLachesis for cravings, headaches, and difficulty swallowingStaphysagria for angry individuals who tend to suppress their emotions and may have been abused physically, sexually, or psychologically in the past Mind/Body MedicineCognitive-behavioral therapy with a psychologist or psychiatrist is a very effective treatment approach for addiction. This type of therapy, which is geared toward restructuring your beliefs and thought process about using, can help you cope with stress and control your behavior. Talk to your health care provider about finding a qualified cognitive-behavioral therapist. AcupunctureAcupuncture has shown potential as an effective treatment for addiction, according to a 1997 Consensus Statement by the National Institutes of Health. While some but not all studies of acupuncture for the treatment of abuse have shown benefit, many addiction programs that currently offer acupuncture report that people appear to like acupuncture and, in many cases, want to continue with their detox program for longer periods of time when acupuncture is provided as a treatment option. This is very important since attendance is essential for the success of treatment. Acupuncturists treat people based on an individualized assessment of the excesses and deficiencies of qi located in various meridians. In the case of addiction, a qi deficiency is usually detected in the liver meridian, while the gallbladder meridian tends to contain excess qi. In addition to performing needling treatment, acupuncturists may employ other methods such as moxibustion (a technique in which the herb mugwort is burned over specific acupuncture points). Although not all studies agree, auricular acupuncture may be particularly beneficial.

  2. Filiberto says:


  3. Neve says:

    This stil live?

  4. Feeby says:

    I may enter this. is it still running?

  5. Oujouta says:

    Great thanks

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