Total Health Restoration
Using specific biochemical repair achieves more than abstinence: many brain symptoms (cravings, anxiety, depression, mental confusion, fatigue, etc.) are eliminated. In addition, other health problems resolve (e.g., blood pressure normalizes, allergies clear, stamina and energy improve, and many medications may become unnecessary). In the words of Nobel Laureate Dr. Linus Pauling,
“A Stable Mind is Impossible Without a Balanced Brain.”
Health Recovery Center’s program of physical restoration for alcoholics and drug abusers puts an end to cravings, depression, and emotional instability, while restoring optimum health without psychiatric drugs.
Most who stop drinking and doing drugs still experience cravings, mood swings, depression, anxiety, and other drug- and alcohol-induced symptoms that play havoc with sobriety.
Time Heals … or Does It?
Without the buffer of alcohol or drugs (including psychiatric drugs) to reduce anxiousness and disguise depression, you feel the full brunt of brain and nervous system changes that your drinking and drug use has caused. Without physical bio-repair, feeling good is not just around the corner. Symptoms linger for years according to an impressive Johns Hopkins University study of 312 abstinent alcoholics. Over a ten year period they found the following ongoing symptoms: depression, hostility, anxiety, paranoia, psychosis, phobic anxiety, inadequate & inferior feelings. These researchers concluded that the typical recovering person experiences many of these symptoms for years. Their study shows a painfully slow reduction in symptom intensity with levels dropping slowly over a long period of time.1)
Alcohol & Drugs Can Assault Sanity
Suicide is so prevalent among treated alcoholics that one in four deaths of these alcoholics are from suicide … usually occurring within the first year after treatment. Alcoholism assaults sanity by depleting key antidepressant chemicals in the brain. Counseling won’t correct such damage. Physical intervention is needed to resupply the brain’s natural chemicals and lift depression.2)
Alcoholics, Recovering or Not, Lose Many Years of Their Life Span
Abstinent alcoholics treated only with AA and/or psychological therapy have almost the same mortality rate as drinking alcoholics —about three times higher than the general population. Psychological counseling does not halt degenerative diseases set in motion by heavy alcohol and drug use … biochemical intervention and repair must take place.3)
A New Successful Solution
For more than 30 years Health Recovery Center has pioneered a successful model of primary treatment, combining biochemical repair with therapy. Published research shows the dramatic drop in client symptoms after six weeks. Of these clients, 74% were sober and stable at follow up three years later. This success is the result of Physical Repair for a physical degenerative disease.4)
Program Provisions and Unique Features Health Recovery Center Provides
- Complete medically supervised detoxifying with customized IVs and “by mouth” formulas.
- Genetic history evaluations to determine “Inherent Factors” inﬂuencing cause
- Trusted labs used to verify or deny underlying internal mistakes causing your ongoing life-long Anxiety, Depression, Cravings, etc..
- Medical support including a customized series of proprietary IVs and IM shots
- Biochemical repair tailored to individual bio-needs
- Gentle Cranial Electrical Stimulation is used to stabilize brain states, return short-term memory, and promote restful sleep
- Ecological protocols integrated to banish Allergy-Based symptoms and damage from toxic metals and chemicals
- Positive emotional support provided in the form of Rational Emotive Therapy and Logo Therapy
1. C. Desoto et al “Alcoholics in Various Stages of Symptomology in Abstinence.” Alcoholism, Clinical & Experimental Research, vol . 9, no. 6 (Dec 1985): pp 505-512.
2. M. Berglund, “Suicide in Alcoholism,” Archives Of General Psychiatry, 41 (1984): pp 888-891.
3. S. Pell and C. Dalonzo, “A Five Year Mortality Study of Alcoholics,” Journal of Occupational Medicine, vol. 15, no. 2 (Feb 1973): pp 120-125.
4. Mathews-Larson, J. & Parker, R. (1987), “Alcoholism treatment with biochemical restoration as a major component,” International Journal of Biosocial and Medical Research 9, (1), pp 92-100.
Proper biochemical restoration achieves more than abstinence: many brain symptoms (cravings, anxiety, depression, confusion, fatigue, etc. ) are eliminated. In addition, other health changes also occur (e.g., blood pressure normalizes, allergies clear, energy increases, and medications often become unnecessary).