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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Thinking About Going to Treatment?

So you’re thinking about getting treatment for alcoholism and/or an addiction? Then begin by asking yourself one important question: how many times do you want to do it?

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The Argument of Traditional Treatment vs Orthomolecular Treatment

Thank you for your comments on our blog. I think we both are looking at what works for treatment, but many are not understanding the easiest way with the least suffering to get and stay sober is to understand the true nature of alcoholism.

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Finding Authentic Treatment

Alcoholics and drug addicts are often the last to see or admit that their addiction is out of control and destroying their lives. Over time, alcohol and drugs alter the brain, causing bizarre, irrational behavior to a degree that must be addressed.

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Alcoholism Treatment: Repairing the Brain vs. Talking to It

After losing my 17-year-old son to suicide immediately following his stay in a month long 12-step treatment program, I feel compelled to share the answers I finally found (too late for Robby) after years of searching for “Why treatment failed him?”

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How to be Supportive After Treatment

Physical repair is the cornerstone of success when dealing with addictions. This goal cannot be achieved with talk therapy. A future of abstinence without biochemical repair (“white knuckling it” is rarely maintained and has never been the way of Health Recovery Center.

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Alcoholism Treatment: An Industry Of Clones

People seeking treatment for alcoholism are never told the US government figures for outcomes: 80 percent of treated alcoholics return to drinking less than one year after completing a traditional treatment program.

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- G