My name is Matthew. I've been on opiates on and off for the last five years to the point that they consumed my life, and basically, became embedded in my identity.It wasn't something that I ever stopped thinking about or stopped wanting.You jump off an opiate cold-turkey, and you want to die for, like the first five or six days, and then after that, the depression sets in, the anxiety, the lethargy. And then you have to deal with post acute withdrawal syndrome.As a result of you using, you damage relationships, and you feel worse. And you don't want to deal with them. So, you continue to use. It feels like you don't even want to use, but you continue to do it.I know how horrible that negative feedback loop is, and how nearly impossible it is to climb out of that. I have been to inpatient rehab. I've lived in sober living, and I still relapsed. I know how hard it is to climb out of that hole. I happened upon the idea of intravenous NAD treatment, and discovered the program at Springfield Wellness Center.