How do I beat a dependancy on drugs/alcohol?!

Question: How do I beat a dependancy on drugs/alcohol!?
Saying no isn't that easy when your body overpowers your mind!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

No, saying no is not always easy!. But the things that are the best for us usually don't come easy!. I am a recovering heroin addict!. It was the hardest thing I ever had to do!.

At the time I really didn't care what happened to me, I didn't care whether I lived or died!. I had to find a reason to quit!. I had to make a choice, my drugs or my husband!. Had to chose what I loved more!.

It was the best decision I made!. The best advice I can give you is to go get help!. Find someone you can talk to!. Find someone who has been through it and can help you along the way!.

It won't be easy and you have to understand that first, because if someone tells you it is, they are sugar coating it!.

Good Luck sweetie!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Everyone knows that addictions are bad for a person!. Smoking causes lung cancer, alcohol causes ulcers in the esophagus and stomach, etc!.; too many addictions combined can cause bones to become brittle, the frame withers away, and you are suddenly shorter, weaker and exhausted!.

So why are addictions so hard to break!? Why can’t a person just throw down that last cigarette and quit!? Well, you see, it’s not exactly a function of will power alone!.
Follow some natural methods!.!.!.!.
Eat Less Sugar – Sugar leads to a temporary high, and then a crash, which causes mood slumps and a craving for alcohol, drugs and/or more sugar!.

More Whole Grains – Increase consumption of raw or lightly cooked fruits and vegetables, eat brown rice instead of white, and have oatmeal for breakfast!.

Snack on Protein – This will help balance blood sugar!. Try eating hard-boiled eggs, cheese, nuts, peanut butter and apples every two or three hours!.

Unfortunately, it is not always possible to break the addiction by yourself just by changing the diet; it will take a long time and a lot of dedication!. That’s why the holistic programs use a physiological and psychological approach, and claim to have as much as an 85 percent success rate!.

Good food sets off neurotransmitters in the brain, but food alone cannot act fast enough to get needed vitamins into the system!. The body is slow to deliver vitamins from food, and sometimes there are blockages that prevent food and vitamins from getting through!. That is why addicts drink alcohol and go for drugs; there is quick relief when drugs are delivered as a liquid!. It’s also why it’s necessary to get professional help for an addiction; and my preference would be for holistic methods!.

With holistic methods, professionals will do tests to check liver and kidney function, and nutritional status and then perform psychological surveys to see what brain chemicals are out of whack!. Different vitamin levels will be prescribed for each person!. Vitamins are then put into the system intravenously, bypassing any damage done to the gastrointestinal system that would limit the ability to absorb nutrients!. These vitamins consist of Vitamin C, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, and Vitamin B!.

All these methods to be followed under
a Doctor's advise!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Hmmm!. Tough question!. Its going to sound strange but if you are willing to weed really helps with this sort of thing (assuming weed isn't your original problem) when you want to drink or drug, smoke a blunt and chill do this for a week or so, then next week keep putting less and less weed in it until you don't need it any more!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Take time with meditation!. It can help you relieve yourself without guilt and the need for dependency on anything else!. With strong determination you'll be free!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

read the diary of a drug fiend by aleister crowleyWww@FoodAQ@Com

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