The Real Reason Why Addicts Relapse

Posted by Mellisa on March 6, 2015 in Addictions |

The Dangerous Doctrine Of Relapse Relapse is often treated as a sign of defeat, instead of a stepping stone through the recovery process. There couldn’t be a more harmful doctrine to an addict than to think that all the days, weeks, months or even years of sobriety didn’t mean a thing because he slipped. When […]

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It Doesn’t Matter What Your Addiction is. Most Addictions Are The Same.

Posted by Mellisa on July 2, 2014 in Addictions |

-An Article By A. Scott Roberts, Expert Rehab specialist Scientists call addictions a “common neural currency” because of the involvement of the primary neurotransmitter, dopamine and how the limbic system is activated by addiction – regardless of your drug of choice. Drugs that are taken into the body such as alcohol, marijuana, methamphetamine, heroin or […]

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The Incredible “Secret” to helping addicts feel better

Posted by Mellisa on June 21, 2014 in Addictions, Nutrition |

The Incredible “Secret” to Restoring Depleted Neurotransmitters in the Brain. This Makes Addicts “Feel Better” Naturally and Sky Rockets Success Rates -By A. Scott Roberts More often than not, many people seek opinion-based addiction recovery programs. The “acute” treatment model which requires the addict to spend a few days or weeks in a rehab facility […]

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Why Rehab programs do not work

Posted by Mellisa on April 5, 2014 in Addictions |

If you know anyone that has struggled with addictions then you know how devastating that type of lifestyle can be. What’s even more devastating is when they finally do go to rehab, get out and eventually go right back to what they were doing. What you need to know, is that it is not all […]


Addictions, Empathy and Altruism – What we can learn from our animal friends

Posted by Mellisa on April 4, 2014 in Addictions |

This is a rather long article from A. Scott Roberts, an expert in research and the successful treatment of addictions. I hope you learn as much as I did. Empathy And Altruism – What We Can Learn From Our Animal Friends -By A. Scott Roberts The 12th step of AA asks for recovering addicts to […]

Q-Stories: Micronutrient Therapy Helped This Woman’s Bipolar Mania, Drug Addiction and Brain Fog

Posted by Mellisa on April 18, 2013 in Addictions, BiPolar Disorder, Mental Health, Nutrient Therapy |

Another great story from a woman that has suffered many years with various brain health issues. Hi Daren, I wanted to share my testimony with you in case you’d ever like me to share it with the organization. I was born in Bad Kreutznach, Germany to a US Army officer, in a division called Strat-Com […]

How and why Joleen no longer suffers from depression, drug addiction or cutting herself

Depression, drug addiction and self harming behavior are ALL serious symptoms of a deeper issue. The issue is STRESS. The most significant thing stress does is it depletes the body of vital nutrients needed for optimal brain function. Without these nutrients, the body and brain will not function well and you will get sick. Many […]

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Q – Tips: How to beat addictions at their own game and nix them for good

Posted by Mellisa on January 8, 2013 in Addictions, Mental Health, Nutrient Therapy, Research |

Addictions. Many have them and they come in all shapes and sizes. Food, alcohol, drugs, nicotine, gambling, shopping, sex, the internet… you name it… someone has a problem with something. But regardless of what form they come in they all have one thing in common: They all make one “feel” good, at least temporarily. With […]


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