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A recent blog titled “Anxiety, Benzodiazepines and Addictions” suggests anxiety may result from a variety of molecular imbalances affecting the brain.
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As I alluded to in earlier writings, anxiety is a biochemical problem, resulting from various molecular imbalances affecting the brain; furthermore, the underlying problem is never based on a shortage of pharmaceutical drugs.
Orthomolecular medicine is defined as establishing the right molecules in the brain and body by varying the concentration of substances normally present and required for optimum health,” or as Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson likes to say, “Use Ford parts to fix a Ford, and the real chemicals life runs on to fix people.”
If you are searching for a treatment program to help recover from an addiction, or to address a mental condition such as depression or anxiety, you are probably finding a great many psychological-based programs.
Depression is a pervasive problem in the modern world, and there are vast reasons for it. Certainly, situational experiences may bring on depression: the loss of a loved one, or a job, or any one of a thousand little let-downs life hands you.
Determining an addiction to alcohol and/or drugs is particularly difficult for the addict. After all, to accept a positive conclusion puts the onus of stopping on the addict.
One thousand, Two Hundred and Ninety-Three days I have been sober thanks to HRC.
I came into this program sick, broken, and much stressed! Hopeless!! I feel very confident in my future knowing I have the tools to live healthy physically and emotionally.
Thank you for your kindness, wisdom, and guidance for J. Especially for the extra effort, it appears to be working as he is sleeping better. He even said he had clarity this morning.