Drug Detox

April 20, 2010

Managing the Addicted Brain Through Marijuana Abuse

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Marijuana is an addictive drug. Marijuana has risks. It is not harmless.

The fact that California is considering making marijuana legal doesn’t mean marijuana is now good for you. It doesn’t change the fact that you may have gotten addicted to smoking marijuana.

You can find joy again without smoking joints. And you don’t have to suffer through a lengthy detoxification to get clean.

Obviously there was much more going on with your use of marijuana than you planned or expected. It goes beyond the mood altering and the munchies. Your brain gets addicted. It really does.

Marijuana abuse causes your brain to get out of balance. Over time your brain grows in its dependency on you giving it more marijuana. It has grown from wanting to needing marijuana. It uses it as a replacement for the neurotransmitters that handled the tasks of normal brain functioning.

Your addicted brain controls your thoughts. It continues to send messages to feed it more marijuana. You then are going to respond to those messages. This cycle of cravings is so strong it can continue even after you make the decision to stop smoking marijuana. It’s not that you don’t want to quit your addiction, it’s that you can’t.

People relapse every day. People who no longer want to use still relapse. People who are well intended still relapse. People who swore to themselves and their loved ones that they were quitting, still relapse. Why? Relapse happens so much it is often expected. This is because the cravings to use are so strong. This is because of your addicted brain. But there are solutions.

How to Make Your Way Free From Marijuana

There are many things you can do. But first there is a choice. You see this window of opportunity to get back to being the person you want to be, living the life you want to live. Establish your new identity by establishing new positive patterns. Help your addicted brain to have more to think about than sending you messages to smoke more marijuana.

Establish new outlets for enjoyment. Who you became isn’t the same person as the real, authentic person you are and once were. Get back to spending time in wise and healthy ways. Take up the hobby you always wanted to try before you got addicted. Keep your mind active and engaged. Keep your addicted brain on the road to recovery.

Exercise. Do it as often as you can. Choose the form of exercise you will do on a regular basis. Choose the time of day that works best for you and your schedule. Do whatever it takes to give it a chance and stick with it. Exercise helps you physically, mentally, and emotionally. Why not get on a more healthy diet, too?

Here’s some food for thought. Go to the website I’ll tell you about in a moment. It may in fact be the solution you have been hoping for, especially since you know about the addicted brain. The site will tell you about a breakthrough in addiction. It’s ModeraXL.

This is a new option for you if you got addicted to marijuana. And it’s low-cost recovery support. It’s an All-Natural drink that gives your addicted brain the vital nutrients it needs to get back into a state of balance. You can finally inhibit your cravings for smoking marijuana. It’s easy. http://www.moderaxl.com.

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Addiction Breakthrough

April 20, 2010

Overcoming the Oxycontin Addicted Brain

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You don’t want oxycontin to run your life, right? You don’t want oxycontin to ruin your life, right? You want to be free again, right?

Forget what you’ve seen on TV or in the movies. Forget the negative images that your fear has created. You can end your oxycontin addiction easier than you think.

If you know what can and will happen, you can then know the way you want to proceed. Let’s begin with where you are now and what has already happened to you.

When you use an addictive substance such as oxycontin, your brain gets addicted. It literally gets addicted to it. Oxycontin abuse knocks your brain out of balance. Over time your brain relies more and more on you giving it more and more oxycontin. It wants it. It needs it. Your addicted brain is now using oxycontin instead of the neurotransmitters that once handled normal brain functioning duties.

An addicted brain gets into a negative pattern that rolls away from normal. It is going to add more importance to oxycontin. An addicted brain is going to make you painfully aware of how important oxycontin is to it. It is going to run the show that is your life.

Now you should have a clearer understanding of relapse. There is a reason why relapse is so common in addicted people. The addicted brain is running the show. The addicted brain creates powerful urges and cravings to use oxycontin.

People who relapse aren’t failures. They aren’t weak of character. They have a real biochemical problem. They have an addicted brain. Their friends and family haven’t known about this. So, how could they see it? In fact, common addiction treatment didn’t even address this problem adequately until recently. For far too long it has often relied on treating one addiction with prescription medications that are themselves highly addictive drugs.

You may want to explore a new tool for balancing the chemistry of your addicted brain. It’s called ModeraXL. It can help you if you are hooked on using oxycontin. And it’s low-cost recovery support. It’s an All-Natural drink that gives your addicted brain the vital nutrients it needs. It helps to restore the neurotransmitters that were depleted by oxycontin. It can help to inhibit cravings so you don’t want to use.

All you do is mix ModeraXL with water. It’s a pretty good tasting lemon-lime flavor. You drink it two or more times a day. You can even start to inhibit your cravings while you are still using oxycontin. ModeraXL can help you to wean off of oxycontin naturally. Visit http://www.moderaxl.com.

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Your Addiction Solution

April 20, 2010

Advice for the Methamphetamine Addicted Brain

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You want to get on the road to recovery from methamphetamine abuse. It doesn’t have to be a long and winding road. Now you can take a direct, more efficient route to get back the real, authentic you.

When you use an addictive substance such as meth, your brain gets addicted to it. Please take a moment to think about that. Hopefully, it helps you to understand what has happened. Addiction is a disease.

Methamphetamine abuse causes your brain to get out of balance. The changes cause your brain to rely more on meth. It gets to a point where it actually needs meth to handle the tasks of normal brain functioning. That’s how far out of balance your brain gets with this disease.

If your brain is addicted, it is going to repeat requests to supply it with more meth. This process will continue even after you make the decision to stop using.

You’re not weak. You want to quit your addiction. It’s really a matter of not being able to do it without inhibiting your cravings. This is why people relapse so often. The urge and cravings to use are just too strong to stop due to your addicted brain.

There’s a new tool you may want to try. It’s at the end of this list of some other tools that can try to help you to heal your addicted brain from Methamphetamine abuse:

Know you are not alone. You are far from alone. Many others before you have succeeded in ending their relationship with methamphetamine once and for all. You can easily find help and hope from friends, family, medical professionals, 12-Step support groups like A.A, and spiritual advisors, too. More people understand your problem than you might think.

Trash your stash of methamphetamine. Say goodbye once and for all to the people, places and things you associated with meth. Get your car detailed. Take a spring cleaning approach to your everyday existence. Start with your home, your workspace, etc. Don’t forget to delete all meth related contacts from your computer and cellphone.

Give yourself a fresh start. Create new positive patterns in your life. New and exciting faces and places will help your mind to think differently. It will also give your addicted brain another point of focus beyond wanting more Methamphetamine.

Find some healthy fun. What do you enjoy? What did you enjoy that addiction stole from you? Revisit the real fun you used to have. Try new activities or the hobby you always wanted to explore. Keep your mind active and engaged in peace and happiness.

Explore ModeraXL. This is a new option for people addicted to meth. It’s an All-Natural drink that gives your addicted brain the vital nutrients it needs for normal functioning. It can help to inhibit cravings so you don’t want to use. You can even start ModeraXL while you are still using meth, and the nutrients will help you to inhibit your cravings. Check out http://www.moderaxl.com.

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Drug Detox

April 20, 2010

5 Recovery Tools for the Heroin Addicted Brain

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How do you view your road to recovery from heroin abuse? Do you think it can be made easier? It can.

If you know what can and will happen, then you will be ahead of the game. So, please read on.

When you use an addictive substance such as heroin, your brain truly gets addicted to it. Heroin abuse causes your brain to get out of balance. Over time your brain relies more and more on you giving it more heroin. It actually needs the heroin as a replacement for the neurotransmitters that normally handled the tasks of normal brain functioning.

What do you think happens if your brain becomes addicted? You’ve lost control, right? Exactly. Your brain is going to continue to send you messages to feed it more heroin even after you make the decision to stop using.

It’s not that you don’t want to quit your heroin addiction. It’s that you can’t do it without a fight.

This explains why people relapse so often. The urge and cravings to use are just too strong to stop due to your addicted brain.

There’s a new weapon you may want to try to win the fight, and we’ll get to that in a minute. Meantime, here are five tools you can try to help you in healing your addicted brain from heroin:

  1. Believe. Reclaim some of your confidence anyway you can.A key to successful detox from heroin is believing you can. The cravings to use heroin are real and real tough. Remember, it’s a brain thing. It’s not about you being weak or a failure.
  2. Imagine Your Road to Recovery. Think about what it looks like, how you get there, where you end up in creating the life you want. Write it down. Read it often. Make it part of your daily ritual.
  3. Stand up. Stand tall. Take responsibility for your life. Stay committed to holding yourself accountable for your actions, both past and present. If possible, find someone you trust and respect to hold you accountable as well.
  4. Get your mind and body healthy. Exercise regularly. Get on a healthy diet. Exercise and nutrition helps you to genuinely feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally than the heroin ever did.
  5. Explore ModeraXL. This is a new option for people addicted to heroin. And it’s low-cost recovery support. It’s an All-Natural drink that gives your addicted brain the vital nutrients it needs. It can balance the brain’s chemistry so you aren’t just focused on using your heroin. It can help to inhibit cravings so you don’t want to use.

ModeraXL is as easy as it gets. All you do is mix the ingredients of a stick pack with water. You drink it two or more times a day. You can even start ModeraXL while you are still using heroin, and the nutrients will help you to inhibit your cravings. For more information, check out http://www.moderaxl.com.

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Drug Detox

April 20, 2010

10 Recovery Tools for the Cocaine Addicted Brain

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Your road to recovery can be made easier. If you know what can and will happen, you can then know the way you want to proceed. When you use an addictive substance such as cocaine, your brain gets addicted to it. Cocaine abuse causes your brain to get out of balance. Over time your brain relies more and more on you giving it more cocaine. It needs it to use as a replacement for the neurotransmitters that handled the tasks of normal brain functioning.

So, if your brain is addicted, it is going to continue to send you messages to feed it more cocaine even after you make the decision to stop using. It’s not that you don’t want to quit your addiction, it’s that you can’t do it without a fight. This is why people relapse so often. The urge and cravings to use are just too strong to stop due to your addicted brain.

There’s a new tool you may want to try, and we’ll get to that in a minute. Meantime, here are ten tools you can try to help you in healing your addicted brain from cocaine:

  1. Believe. Get and hold on to a positive attitude. A key to successful detox from cocaine is a positive attitude. The cravings to use cocaine are real and real tough. Remember, it’s a brain thing. It’s not about you being weak or a failure.
  2. Focus on a goal. Identify it. Clarify it. Make the images in your mind as detailed and specific as you can. Be driven by it. Think about it. Talk about it. Dream about it. Don’t give up on it. Ever. Get it done. It can be the reward that makes everything you’ve been through seem worthwhile.
  3. Know you are not alone. You are far from alone. Many others before you have succeeded in ending their relationship with cocaine once and for all. You can easily find help and hope from friends, family, medical professionals, 12-Step support groups like A.A, and spiritual advisors, too. More people understand your problem than you might think.
  4. Be accountable. Stay committed to holding yourself accountable for your actions, both past and present. If possible, find someone you trust and respect to hold you accountable as well.
  5. Trash your stash. Get rid of the people, places and things that were reliable tools for getting cocaine when you needed it. Clean out your car, your home, your workspace, and your cellphone from any connections to cocaine.
  6. Remove yourself from negative patterns. Make sure you remove yourself from your old negative patterns, situations and surroundings. When, where, how, or with who did you use cocaine? The answers to these questions will house your greatest, most familiar temptations. Get away from them so you can stay away from them.
  7. Create new positive patterns for yourself. New and exciting patterns, situations, and surroundings will help to stimulate your mind to think differently, and to help focus your addicted brain on something other than demanding you give it more and more cocaine to function.
  8. Create positive forms of fun and enjoyment. Go back to doing healthy things you loved to do before getting addicted. Try new activities or the hobby you always wanted to explore. Keep your mind active and engaged in exciting and entertaining ways that safely bring you peace, pleasure and happiness.
  9. Get healthy. Exercise often. Get on a healthy diet. Exercise and nutrition helps you to feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally than the cocaine did.
  10. Explore ModeraXL. This is a new option for people addicted to cocaine. And it’s low-cost recovery support. It’s an All-Natural drink that gives your addicted brain the vital nutrients it needs. It can balance the brain’s chemistry so you aren’t just focused on using your cocaine. It can help to inhibit cravings so you don’t want to use.

All you do is mix ModeraXL with water. It’s a pretty good tasting lemon-lime flavor. You drink it two or more times a day. You can even start ModeraXL while you are still using cocaine, and the nutrients will help you to inhibit your cravings. For more information, check out http://www.moderaxl.com.

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Addiction Breakthrough

April 2, 2010

A Much Better Way to Methamphetamine Detox and Recovery

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You can’t mess with quitting Meth. Whether you’ve called it “Crank,” “Ice,” or “Stove Top,” you can’t mess with quitting Meth. Whether you’ve injected, snorted, smoked, or taken it orally, you can’t mess with quitting Meth. It has taken control over your entire central nervous system and your entire life. You have an urgent matter. You need Urgent Help.

Methamphetamine Is Highly Addictive. You Learned It The Hard Way.

Methamphetamine addiction or abuse can also result in anxiety, insomnia, mood disturbances, and violent behavior. Other psychotic symptoms such as paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions (like the feeling of bugs crawling under your skin) commonly occur, too. The U.S. Office of National Drug Policy Control reports all of these symptoms can still happen even months or years after your methamphetamine use has ended. You don’t want that, right?

Treating Methamphetamine Addiction With Methadone = Big Mistake.

“From what I’ve seen Methadone is a real-life horror show that is every bit as deadly as the original addictive substance. Suboxone is a pain reliever used to treat opiate addiction but it adds new risks for patients. Naltrexone is well known and effective in helping people get off codeine and alcohol cravings, but it’s also dangerous. So is Demerol. They’re just not as toxic as Methadone. It’s horrible – methadone.” – Frederic J. Vagnini, M.D. New York, NY

Many doctors are still treating one drug addiction by proposing a highly addictive prescription medication as the solution. This is often a dangerous game. You are taking on plenty of necessary risks and also side effects. For example, Methadone can impair your thinking or slow your breathing to the point of death. Why put yourself in more of harm’s way and battle an extra round of detox and withdrawal?

Methadone is similar to morphine in that it is a narcotic pain reliever. It has been commonly used in addiction treatment maintenance and detoxification programs. Know this, once you start taking Methadone, not only will you need to get off using Methamphetamine, you’ll also need to get free from Methadone. It doesn’t matter if you were taking it for a valid purpose such as addiction treatment. You can easily get hooked on Methadone. Why would you put yourself through that pain?

When Using Methadone In Addiction Treatment, The Costs Are High – Physically, Emotionally, And Financially

Addictive prescription drugs such as Methadone can be expensive. When financial stress and cravings hit many patients, they feel they can no longer afford their prescriptions. They also can’t hold off their cravings, so they return to using their original drug of choice. It’s further proof that trading Methamphetamine for Methadone just isn’t a good idea.

There are also many negative repercussions each time you relapse, especially given the impact on your brain. What you’ll notice is you need more and more of the addictive substance than you did before. Sad but true.

Now There Is A Better Way

It’s not another addictive substance. It has no known adverse effects. And it’s a low-cost addiction solution worth consideration.

ModeraXL is a new, All-Natural patent-pending blend of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that balances the brain chemistry to nutritionally support alleviation of addictive behaviors. The calmative formula also promotes mental clarity and good decisions.

This may be an option worth exploring if you need help in regulating discomfort and inhibiting your cravings to use Meth again. You can get your brain back online to functioning naturally rather than relying on your addictive substance. You can return to thinking about getting back the real, authentic YOU.

You can’t mess with quitting Meth. For more information, explore www.moderaxl.com.

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Your Addiction Solution

April 2, 2010

Ending The Madness With Methamphetamine

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You can’t mess with quitting Meth. Whether you’ve called it “Crank,” “Ice,” “Speed,” or “Stove Top,” you can’t mess with quitting Meth. Whether you’ve injected, snorted, smoked, or taken it orally, you can’t mess with quitting Meth. It has taken control over your entire central nervous system and your entire life.

Methamphetamine Is Highly Addictive. You Learned It The Hard Way.

You were in over your head faster than you could spell – Methamphetamine. You developed a tolerance for this drug and before you knew it, you needed much more to achieve the same effect. Addiction came on faster than a speeding bullet. You’re not alone.

Every year, over 10 million Americans use Methamphetamine. Nearly one out of two U.S. hospitals claim it is the top illicit drug involved in emergency room visits. The same percentage of county sheriffs say Meth is their # 1 drug problem, more than cocaine and marijuana combined.

There’s more harm from this drug than “Meth Mouth,” the horrifying pictures you’ve seen of users who lose their teeth. It is also a major contributor to the transmission of infectious diseases such as hepatitis and HIV/AIDS. Methamphetamine addiction or abuse can result in anxiety, insomnia, memory loss, mood disturbances, heart damage, and violent behavior. Other psychotic symptoms such as paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions (like the feeling of bugs crawling under your skin) commonly occur, too. The U.S. Office of National Drug Policy Control reports all of these symptoms can still happen even months or years after your methamphetamine use has ended. You don’t want any of that, right?

Making It Without Meth.

Often Meth addiction treatment involves a costly stay at an in-patient rehab center. There, you may endure a supervised version of the Cold Turkey Method, which usually means traumatic times and extreme withdrawal symptoms. Another option is the Tier Method. This involves continuing to use Meth, but slowly decreasing the amount and frequency you use until you stop completely. This can take quite a long time.

You may be also given relief in the form of a prescription drug such as Ritalin or Adderall if an imbalance in the brain is diagnosed. In any case, mainly because of the tolerance issue, the risk of relapse with Meth addiction is real. And there are many negative repercussions each time you relapse, especially given the impact on your brain. What you’ll notice is you need even more Meth than you did before. Sad but true.

Now There May Be A Better Way To Beat Meth

It’s called ModeraXL. This new product is an All-Natural patent-pending blend of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that can balance the brain chemistry to nutritionally support alleviation of addictive behaviors. ModeraXL inhibits cravings from alcoholism, pharmaceutical drugs, street drugs, and smoking cessation. It has a calmative formula promotes mental clarity and good decisions.

You take a stick pack, pour the powder into water and enjoy a great-tasting drink. You do this two or more times a day. Your brain can get back to functioning naturally rather than relying on Meth. You can return to thinking about life again and being the real, authentic YOU. Many subjects have reported noticeable positive results in less than two weeks.

You can’t mess with quitting Meth. For more information, explore www.moderaxl.com.

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Drug Detox

April 2, 2010

“It’s a Family Tradition”

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I inherited my father’s blue eyes, my grandmother’s nose and my mom’s wavy hair. People say we even look alike. I even like to unwind the same way my dad used to. On Friday nights when I get home from work, I can feel the tension releasing from my shoulders when I take the first drink.

When I take a drag of the first cigarette of the day, I can remember watching the smoke curl around my mom’s head when she read the newspaper. Most of my earliest memories involve a drink in dad’s hand or a cigarette in mom’s. I remember hiding her cigarettes, leaving not- so-subtle articles on lung cancer on the kitchen table. I didn’t think that would be me a few years later.

Your drug of choice may not be alcohol or tobacco, but you know the familiar feeling. You’ve created the habit of turning to a bottle or cigarette or other addiction when your stress level rises, or you’re feeling blue, or even anxious. Just like dear old mom or dad used to do.

If you grew up with someone who has an addiction, you’re more likely to be addicted as an adult. Is the addiction genetic or environmental? It depends on who you ask. Every few years, a new researcher announces the results of another study that either proves or disproves a previous study. The truth is, it really doesn’t matter. But what does matter is that you’re addicted and it’s causing you problems.

Whether it’s a pair of little eyes looking up at you, or a cough that won’t stop, the time to quit is now. Don’t wait until the addiction gets worse. Because it will only gets worse. The good new is that you have the right and the ability to pick and choose what legacy you want to carry on to your own children.

Your father’s way with numbers? Perfect.

Your mom’s sense of humor? Pass it along.

Her addiction to cigarettes? No thanks.

His Saturday morning hangovers? Not a chance.

You don’t have to continue the same pattern for the rest of your life. Living with an addiction is not necessary. Just like you began this habit, you have the power to break it. You don’t need thousands of dollars for rehab, or to spend months in therapy, you just need a desire to quit and a tool to help you get started.

One tool you might want to try is Modera, that balances the brain chemistry to nutritionally support alleviation of addictive behaviors. ModeraXL is a powder that you mix with water for a tasty lemon-lime fizzy drink. You drink it two or more times a day, and it helps you lesson your cravings while you are still using street drugs, prescription drugs, alcohol, or smoking cigarettes. For more information, visit http://www.moderaxl.com.

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Drug Detox

April 2, 2010

“I Can’t Believe I Did That!”

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A college student writes an advice columnist and asks, “My friend posted a picture of the weed he was trying to sell on Facebook the other day and although it looked great, I couldn't help but wonder if there could be any legal backlash.” The answer? “Clearly, those drugs have gone to his head and have killed off far too many brain cells. Because, the real truth of the matter here is that if anybody even remotely connected to the police caught wind of this little drug photo shoot, your friend would surely be taken in and considered (gasp!) a drug dealer.” You see, police tend to frown on people using -or selling illegal substances.

 

We wouldn’t be that dumb, right? Maybe not, but most of us don’t need pictures to remind us of the not-so-smart things we’ve done under the influence. Have you ever woken up after a night of using and after you remembered what happened, and wondered, “What was I thinking?” From calling an ex to posing for Facebook pics, or even getting arrested, you may have your own stories of stupid things you’ve done when you were high or drunk. What you don’t remember, your friends or family members can usually fill in for you. Or sometimes, it’s in the police report.

 

Those same chemicals that help us escape, also lower our inhibitions. As you may know, the results can be disastrous. Even if your addiction doesn’t involve arrests, you’ve still got a lot to lose. Friends are often the first to go. Spending time with an addict gets boring. The conversations get old, the money runs out fast, and you can’t really be counted on for much of anything. School, work, other relationships are soon on the cutting board. And that doesn’t even include the physical effects of drugs or alcohol (or even tobacco).

 

Einstein once said that the definition of insanity was “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Is that what you’re doing? When you use an addictive substance over and over again you will lose what you love and value. And it’s crazy to think that anything will change, unless you decide you want different results.

 

If you’re tired of making bad decisions and living with the outcomes, you’re not alone. And you don’t need to spend thousands at a rehab center to start making healthy choices. If you’re ready to quit, but not sure you have the willpower – don’t let that stop you. Instead of waiting any longer, try a new all-natural patent-pending blend of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that balances the brain chemistry to nutritionally support alleviation of addictive behaviors. In other words, ModeraXLIt helps to inhibit cravings so you don’t want to use.

ModeraXL is a powder that you mix with water for a tasty lemon-lime fizzy drink. You drink it two or more times a day. You can even start ModeraXL to lessen your cravings while you are still using street drugs, prescription drugs, alcohol, or smoking cigarettes. For more information, visit http://www.moderaxl.com.

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