Addict posts inspiring before and after photos to celebrate 745 days clean

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People love to see a dramatic transformation. Whether these be from a professional makeover or months of hard work at the gym, it is simply incredible to see just how much somebody can change with some dedication.

However, no transformation is more heartwarming than seeing people getting clean from substance abuse and showcasing the amazing results they are seeing in recovery.

Related - Check out this addict's amazing transformation after 3 months in rehab:
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One person who proudly showed off a drastic before and after is Twitch streamer Travis Robinson.

Travis recently took to social media to share the amazing results he has since after being free from his addiction to opiates and benzodiazepines for 745 days (a little over two years).

Tweeting the incredible transformation on May 15 to his near 10,000 followers, Travis captioned the post: "LETS GOOOO!!! Wild i used to look so dead alll the f**king time. i'm finally alive. [sic]"

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Travis not only looks healthy - with his bright eyes and glowing skin - but he also looks happy, with a smile painted across his face.

The tweet has since been liked more than 850,000 times on the social media platform, with Travis' transformation inspiring others to share their own recovery snaps.

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One Twitter user called Hannah shared her own before and after shots, with her writing: "LOVE THIS. I’m celebrating 500 days clean from cocaine + heroin tomorrow!"

Twitter user Brittney shared her pics after being clean from opiates for five years. She wrote: "First picture was 5 years ago addicted to opiates :: second picture was a few days ago 5 years sober from opiates! Transformation or nah?"

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Another Twitter user with the handle wilber_saps shared his own transformation, writing: "963 days sober. Let’s give thanks to God. I’m finally alive."

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And a fourth, Escobar, shared his own before and after following a year clean.

Speaking about his own journey, Travis told those supporting him online that getting clean was the "hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life", adding: "[I] stayed in rehab for over a year and a half because I couldn’t trust myself."

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In an effort to help him stay clean, Travis used the 'I Am Sober' cell phone app in order to track his sobriety.

If this is something that you are struggling with personally, the app is something that could help you.

In addition, please speak to a medical professional or visit a website usaddiction.com for further information and support.

Addict posts inspiring before and after photos to celebrate 745 days clean

vt-author-image

By VT

Article saved!Article saved!

People love to see a dramatic transformation. Whether these be from a professional makeover or months of hard work at the gym, it is simply incredible to see just how much somebody can change with some dedication.

However, no transformation is more heartwarming than seeing people getting clean from substance abuse and showcasing the amazing results they are seeing in recovery.

Related - Check out this addict's amazing transformation after 3 months in rehab:
[[jwplayerwidget||https://content.jwplatform.com/videos/efSeDjD0-Q0L14jDU.mp4||efSeDjD0]]

One person who proudly showed off a drastic before and after is Twitch streamer Travis Robinson.

Travis recently took to social media to share the amazing results he has since after being free from his addiction to opiates and benzodiazepines for 745 days (a little over two years).

Tweeting the incredible transformation on May 15 to his near 10,000 followers, Travis captioned the post: "LETS GOOOO!!! Wild i used to look so dead alll the f**king time. i'm finally alive. [sic]"

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/jusalotofpain/status/1260434614750978048]]

Travis not only looks healthy - with his bright eyes and glowing skin - but he also looks happy, with a smile painted across his face.

The tweet has since been liked more than 850,000 times on the social media platform, with Travis' transformation inspiring others to share their own recovery snaps.

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/Hannahhhgreennn/status/1260769252715294722]]

One Twitter user called Hannah shared her own before and after shots, with her writing: "LOVE THIS. I’m celebrating 500 days clean from cocaine + heroin tomorrow!"

Twitter user Brittney shared her pics after being clean from opiates for five years. She wrote: "First picture was 5 years ago addicted to opiates :: second picture was a few days ago 5 years sober from opiates! Transformation or nah?"

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/abundleofbritt/status/1260735817506525191]]

Another Twitter user with the handle wilber_saps shared his own transformation, writing: "963 days sober. Let’s give thanks to God. I’m finally alive."

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[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/MostDopeLouie/status/1260936858672009216]]

And a fourth, Escobar, shared his own before and after following a year clean.

Speaking about his own journey, Travis told those supporting him online that getting clean was the "hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life", adding: "[I] stayed in rehab for over a year and a half because I couldn’t trust myself."

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In an effort to help him stay clean, Travis used the 'I Am Sober' cell phone app in order to track his sobriety.

If this is something that you are struggling with personally, the app is something that could help you.

In addition, please speak to a medical professional or visit a website usaddiction.com for further information and support.