From monthly archives: July 2016

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Why Do Treated Alcoholics Relapse?

When it comes to relapse from alcoholism, very little progress has been made since the whole idea of treatment began. In fact, relapse is more likely to occur today than 20 years ago and we can thank Big Pharma for that.

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Drugs, Alcohol and Violence

Understanding why people turn to alcohol and drugs provides insight into the phenomenon of escalating violence we are seeing today. We are, first and foremost, chemical beings. Our biochemistry is a temple of substances that guide life and orchestrate our behavior.

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Orthomolecular Medicine vs Conventional Medicine - Part 2

In groups I lead, I often tell people that it’s a lot easier to destroy something than it is to repair it. And so it goes with the human body. The destruction drugs do in the body produce relatively fast shifts in feelings and symptoms.

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Orthomolecular Medicine vs Conventional Medicine

The word orthomolecular is not often passed around in casual conversations; however, its usage is becoming more common as the public slowly wakes up to the destructive consequences of conventional medicine (i.e., pharmaceutical drugs).

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What Causes Alcoholism and Addictions?

I'd like to share the truth about what causes alcoholism and addiction because quite frankly, the United States of America is faced with an epidemic.

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Will I Always Be an Alcoholic?

As an addiction counselor, I am occasionally asked whether an alcoholic must remain abstinent or can they learn to drink in moderation, that is drink socially? In other words, “Will I always be an alcoholic?”

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