字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント You pop your eyes in. You reset your nervous system. Would it be correct in saying that this is the most expensive rehab in the world? I would say that's probably the truth, yeah. You're coming here as an addict, extremely vulnerable. Helps with the circulation. This creates more energy. It's the diagnostic and the treatment. Bioresonance tests, which have no scientific backing. I just don't know how you could do it. How are you feeling? I actually felt that the money was killing me. It was very lonely. If you carry on, you will develop a habit. Do you know what you're feeling now? [High Society] [The World's Most Expensive Rehab] Paracelsus is the world's most expensive rehab, and it costs, I think, 300 grand. No, not 300 grand. God, how much was it? Three hundred grand a month. It costs 300 grand a month. There is a luxury apartment, 24-hour live-in therapists, psychiatric assessment, addiction assessment, brain analysis. All these people around this table will be discussing me. I don't know if they're gonna find that that I'm basically a broken human being. Growing up in central London, a lot of people who work in the media, it's become quite normalised, the drinking and the casual drug taking. Paracelsus is completely different to what I've seen previously. I've tried cognitive behavioral therapy, I did AA for a while, where it's all about group therapy. This is like a one-on-one therapy session. I'm very keen to get there. -Sydney, so nice to meet you. -Welcome to Zurich. Nice to meet you. Welcome. Thank you. Thanks so much for having me. Now that I'm on my way to spend a free weekend at the world's most expensive rehab, I'm really interested to see whether money can solve all problems. -Oh, this is great. I love it. -Do you like it? I love it. Do you play piano? No, I can't. This is the therapy room. How are you, you OK? Yeah, I'm good. How you doing? It's all a bit crazy when you arrive. Yeah, it is. Yeah, a bit kind of nerve-racking. Oh, it's beautiful. How do you feel now? I feel fine. It's obviously a strange setup. Yeah. -Alright. -Bye. He lives in this penthouse apartment and he doesn't leave. How are you feeling now? Bit hungry. Let's see if Magda prepared a nice juice. -Please. -Thank you so much. It was really weird walking into a room and having a team of people waiting on me. I kind of just wanted to run and hide. We do, in a way, create a kind of symbolic family. So Magda's like Mummy and I can be a bit like Daddy. Magda can cook. Eating with a stranger is awkward enough without them also being paid to analyze you. I've got a charity for saving drowning fish. Huh? After some strange small talk, I was straight into my first therapy session. Start from the beginning. My parents separated when I was about seven years old. I lived with my mum and then I just remember being very worried at school. Started drinking when I was 13. -So you began drinking alcohol at 13? -Yeah. I was terrified of drugs for ages, and then I just went a bit madder. And then I wasn't scared of pills, suddenly. And then I was like, taking it... I wasn't really scared of many drugs. From 17 to 21, I was just constantly pissed, or like... on a comedown... I was just delusional. What? I'm just wondering about your relationship with your dad, that's all. I've come to terms with being accepting, but obviously I haven't. Have I? You tell me. I don't know. So you were using coke up until last year? I still do a bit of coke now and then. Does it help you? No, it makes me feel ****. Why do you do it then? Because if I'm pissed, I'll do a little line. Do you want to stop? Yeah. I find it really hard because it's so normalized amongst everyone. I just think you've got to maybe try to stay away from things that currently don't really help you. Next on my program is a session of something called biochemical restoration, which uses bioresonance technology. Dr. Odell, Sydney. This would be to test my intolerances in order to temporarily change my diet. -Woah, what have we got there? -So, this is really not so good. This is the Buckwheat, you're allergic. I was holding a rod, my finger was tapped into something, I was very bemused with what was going on at the time. You are allergic against the herring. You are allergic against salmon. I just had salmon. Duck feathers. Similarly with the Metatron, they were scanning my body and then they were finding the bits that weren't right within my body, and then downloading some sort of treatment to my body via a computer. If I see your lymph node has not enough energy, I can give him energy. What? It's the diagnostic and the treatment. So you just click a button? Computer is creating, there is-- It's so bizarre. There is something behind. It's in, behind. I had never experienced or heard of anything like these tests. And this is hundred percent gold and it helps to quit the allergies. Oh, wow. I mean, I'd just been given a solid gold sticker to heal my previously unknown herring and duck feather allergies. I love herring. When does it start kind of working? Oh, it started immediately. OK, thank you. You're welcome. So far, the main things that set Paracelsus apart from other elite rehabs are the strange body assessments and the 24/7 live-in therapist, Louis. I wanted to find out more about where these novel approaches came from, so I met with the company's founder. What do you get for that price tag that other places can't provide? Many things. So, what's the thinking behind the live-in therapist? It's basically something we invented. If we have one client at a time, that person cannot stay alone. How do your clients receive that? Initially, it can be annoying, but I think all of them very quickly come to really appreciate the role and the person of the live-in therapist. Stuff like bioresonance, how does it work? To be honest, I was quite skeptical initially when when we started working with it because to understand the mechanisms is immensely complex, and it's not something that you can tie directly back to what's taught in medical school today. We never rely fully on it. We always double check with the labs. But the bioresonance, we can really start immediately with the right treatment applications. I'm just gonna google a few things around bioresonance tests. Small dessert. Oh, thank you so much. So enjoy. -Thank you. Thank you. -You have a rest. Bioresonance, electrodermal testing, there is little or no scientific rationale for these methods. I just feel that when you're in a desperate position as an addict coming here, you will take these bioresonance tests... and not question them. When maybe you should. Hello? Oh, Magda. Dinner is served. Dinner is served, please. That's your room, this is my room. If at any time during the night you need to talk, just come and get me. It's 6:30 am, and I'm being taken to the Dolder Grand, which is the off-site spa for the Paracelsus. It's probably the most luxury spa I've ever been to. It would definitely work for the 300-grand-a-monthers. I mean, you've got everything here. Definitely keeps up a certain standard of living which I'm sure everyone's used to. I'm not used to hot stone baths. And now, try to relax. OK, I don't know if I can relax. **** hell! I can't do it. ****! ****! ****. OK, can I come out? Oh, ****. Oh, I've got frostbite. This does feel like the antidote to unhealthy sesh living, but also what you might use to refresh and get right back on it the next day. I'm hoping Louis's not going to take me aside at breakfast, it's getting quite intense having him... Any five minutes spare you have in between testing, Louis's there... wanting to have a chat about how you feel. And, quite frankly, now I just don't feel up for chatting. How are you? I feel fine. So how are you really? What do you want me to say for how I am? I mean, I'm fine. There's not much more I can... Just in time for the next meal, a dietitian arrives to tell Magda the 1,000 things I now supposedly can't eat. Fish, I know is struck off quite a lot, but there are still a few things left here which would be ideal for you. I don't know if you're big on shellfish. No, not really. In addition, so food-wise, lots of fruits were taken off. A lot of nuts were taken away. Ultimately, variety is key. How does the way you manage your diet help overcoming substance abuse problems? It wouldn't help you overcome a substance abuse, but it would help with the person's mood. Thank you so much. Even though Magda's food is pretty good, my mood is just not improving. -No using the phone. -Pardon? No using the phone. It felt more intense today. Yeah, I did nearly tell Louis to **** off. I love Louis, but I just don't know how you could do it every day. I just feel a bit claustrophobic and completely surrounded by people I don't really know. You know, you can't go out for walks. I don't like it. Hello? This is intermittent hypoxic therapy. We do cycles of low oxygen, this creates more energy. It's just a lot of really good effects. Would it have any effect on cravings? Some people do experience less of an appetite. But what about cravings for alcohol?