It depends, I suppose, on whether the addiction is physical or psycholgical.
If you were seldom able to evacuate spontaneously before the treatment with enemas began, but are now evacuating regularly without additional help, then you've obviously benefited from the practice.
It might be a good idea to watch for any changes in your regularity when travel or living arrangements preclude the daily enema for a short time. I'd hedge my bets beforehand by adding additional fiber to my diet. If normal movements resume after a day or two, then surely the addiction isn't physical.
Psycholgical addiction is another matter, however. I'm sure that for some of us, the daily, or at least, the periodic enema is associated closely with the sense of well-being that comes with personal-hygiene practices such as washing your hair or brushing your teeth.
Still, if the time, privacy and equipment are available, and if it makes us feel better, why not?