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Addiction Treatment in America: After Money or Aftercare?

There are approximately 14,500 clinics and programs in America that provide treatment for all types of addictive behaviors we call “Reward Deficiency Syndrome (RDS)”.

While most of these have good intentions to provide needed help to the victims of RDS, we propose herein that most of their efforts, especially during periods of aftercare, are not based on the existing scientific evidence. We use “aftercare” to refer to any form of program or therapy following primary treatment including 12-Step programs.

Very few programs actually provide any evidenced-based treatment approaches during this most vulnerable period in recovery. In this trieste we are suggesting that a hypodopaminergic trait (genetic) and/or state (epigenetic) is critical in terms of continued motivation to use/abuse
of alcohol or other drugs and can lead to relapse.

While there is evidence for the approved FDA drugs to treat drug addiction (e.g. alcohol, opiates, nicotine) these drugs favor a short-term benefit by blocking dopamine. We argue instead for the utilization of long-term benefits that induce “dopamine homeostasis”, or in simpler terms “normalcy”.

We suggest that this could be accomplished through a number of holistic modalities including, but not limited to, dopamine-boosting diets, hyper-oxygenation, heavy metal detoxification, exercise, meditation, yoga,
and most importantly, brain neurotransmitter balancing with nutraceuticals such as KB220 variants. We embrace 12-step programs and fellowships but not as a stand-alone modality, especially during aftercare.

We also provide some scientific basis for why resting state functional connectivity (rsfMRI) is so important and may be the cornerstone in terms of how to treat RDS. We postulate that since drugs, food, smoking, gambling, and even compulsive sexual behavior could reduce rsfMRI then modalities (following required research), that can restore this impaired cross talk between various brain regions (e.g. Nucleus accumbens, cingulate gyrus, hippocampus etc.) should be incorporated into the aftercare plan in all treatment programs in America.

Anything less will ultimately lead to the so called “revolving door” for as many as 90% of treatment participants.

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Success Principles Video

This video course will show you the 10 Key Principles practiced by the world’s Peak Performers to dominate their lives personally and professionally. You can easily apply these same principles into your lives and replicate their success!

Successful people have their own sets of principles that they practice daily. These principles are the seeds that eventually produce their desired results. These principles they practiced daily are the keys that unleash their full potential.Here is what you will discover in this course:

  • How to set purpose-driven goals and effective strategies to achieve them quickly
  • Discover how to defeat indecisiveness and train your decision-making muscles
  • The ONE key habit is crucial for long-term success and accomplishments
  • 3 core beliefs you must have in order to achieve high-level success
  • Secrets to have extreme ownership over your life and people around you
  • Success rituals of peak performers you can easily model to replicate their successes
  • The reasons why comfort zone can stunt your growth and achieve a better version of yourself
  • Vocabulary of success and how the words you use on daily basis can affect your belief and ultimately, your level of success
  • The importance of practicing constant and never-ending improvement in every area of your life

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  • Set Big Goals
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  • Be Accountable
  • Live In The Moment
  • Be Adventurous
  • Words Of Success
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The Disciplined Mind Video

Discipline is the ability to do things that you’d rather avoid. These are necessary things. These are things that can take your life to the next level. These are things that can set you up for greater success in life. These are the things that would resolve a lot of personally difficult issues, but most people would rather avoid them.

Discipline involves action. It really boils down to what you do and what you choose not to do.

With this video course you will learn all the skills you need to become more disciplined.

Topics covered:

  • Discipline is Something YOU DO
  • Key Mindsets to Adopt to Become More Disciplined
  • Build Discipline Using the Things You’re Already Doing
  • Build Discipline by Challenging Yourself Intentionally
  • Build Discipline through Daily Opportunities
  • Discover Coping Mechanisms
  • Track and Monitor Your Personal Discipline Journey
  • Build Greater Self-Control Using a System
  • Scale up systematically
  • Learn to fail systematically

 

 


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Categories Mental health, Success

Master Your Mind

Are you annoyed that you just can’t seem to get a handle on habits?

That you don’t know why you are unhappy all the time? Ever wondered why you can’t stick to a diet or fulfill a simple goal?

These fears and failures happen to everyone.

The problem is not merely lack of information. It is lack of dedicated and disciplined application using the right information.

Nothing matters more than understanding yourself and directing your energies where they are needed most – to make you happy and fulfilled.

This guide can teach you how to overcome your fears and really rise to the heights of personal mastery over the mind.

You will learn:

  • To understand the mind and its tendencies better, meaning you will understand yourself better.
  • Get a grip on your subconscious and how to program it for success.
  • The proven techniques used to develop mental strength.
  • To see the benefits of minimalism.
  • To discover things about the Law of Attraction that you never heard before.
  • Whether to use the Law of Attraction or Shadow Psychology to better yourself.
  • How to use creativity and imagination to manifest a better life
  • Alternative frameworks for viewing life and contrast them with your own perspective.
  • How and when to use affirmations for maximum effectiveness.
  • Creative wealth manifestation tricks that everybody should be doing, but few consistently apply.
  • A list of mental resources for inspiration and further research.
  • Why most people fail so you can succeed.
  • Why traveling is a waste of time for most people as a self development practice.
  • Observe the contrast between the Law of Attraction and Shadow Work and see why both have a place in modern society
  • Becoming better at managing your time and resources
  • Become non-reactive to events that happen “to” you.
  • Develop concentration so you focus 100% on what you want to achieve.
  • Why people need to be more selfish and why it’s a healthy trait to have.
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Time For Success

No matter what business or industry you’re involved in, learning how to effectively manage your time is one of the most important skills that will set you on the path towards ongoing success.

This special report will help you get more done in less time by levelling up your productivity score quickly and easily.

The strategies contained in this guide are designed to help you learn to value your time, make informed decisions about the kind of work you’re focused on and ultimately, beat the clock.

Topics covered:

  • Critical Shift
  • Chunking 101
  • The Truth Behind Procrastination
  • Eliminating Distractions
  • Holding Yourself Accountable
  • Perfectly Imperfect
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Here is an audio program on eliminating negative self talk. Negative thoughts plays a huge part in anxiety and getting stuck on them is called “rumination”.  Stress increases histamine and chronic high histamine can cause OCD and rumination.  Check out our page on mental health

 

Listen to soothing Chakra music to relieve stress and help fall asleep

 

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Categories Advice, Mental health, Videos

The Life Changing Magic Of Decluttering Video Course

This step by step video guide will teach you all the skills you need to start decluttering your life.

 

Topics covered:

The Danger of Cluttered Living
You Can Do Something About Clutter
Get Clear
Start With What You Can See
Get Rid of Emotional Clutter
Get Rid of Psychological Clutter
Get Rid of Career Clutter
Learn To Enjoy More With Less
Learn The Art Of Contentment

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Foods to Reduce Stress

While we won’t ever be able to completely avoid stress, we can put practices in place to better deal with it. One of those practices is choosing the right foods to put into our bodies. You worry about your health and the health of those you love. You have uncertainty around your kids’ school. You deal with work-related pressures. The list of potential stressors is long.

While there are many stressors outside of our control, there are ways that we can control our reaction to stress. Our eating habits, including the foods we eat, have a major impact on stress, how we deal with it, and how we recover from it.

Think before you eat.        

Mindfulness is a powerful tool for stress relief. Taking a mindful approach to our food can have a positive impact on stress-related eating. Before eating ask yourself, “Will this give me sustained energy, or will it take it away?” When we stop to think, we give ourselves a moment to pause and that allows us the time we need to make a better choice.

Stress eating is often impulsive. And stressful situations tend to have a negative effect on both the foods we choose and the amount we consume. The high-sugar, high-fat foods that we typically crave during times of high stress are the exact foods that we should avoid when trying to reduce stress. Studies suggest that we should expect cravings to occur, especially in stressful times, and that it’s not that we can eliminate cravings, but that we can learn to better deal with them when they happen. Before going for the chips, indulging in a late-night snack, or serving an extra portion onto your plate, wait just two minutes. Often if we take a step back and wait, the craving and urge will subside.

Eat real, whole foods

When we think about eating to reduce stress, it’s important that we focus on real, whole foods—a practice called “clean eating.”

Clean eating means that we build the majority of our diet around unprocessed foods: vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, eggs, fresh meats, fresh seafood, herbs and spices. When we focus on including these foods, it enables us to crowd out the high-sugar, high-fat foods with nutrient-dense, fiber-rich foods that sustain energy and help us fight stress.

There are key vitamins and nutrients that we want to include daily when eating to reduce stress. These include the vitamins B and C, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, and selenium.

There are six key foods to include in your diet to reduce stress.

Bananas are nature’s perfect snack. They contain the perfect combination of natural sugars and fiber to create sustained energy. Bananas also contain two of our key nutrients to include to reduce stress: vitamins B6 and C.

Berries are beautiful little superfoods. They’re packed with fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants, and the anthocyanins found in their skins are a powerful tool in fighting diabetes and obesity.

Spinach is the king of greens. Loaded with vitamins B, C, and magnesium, it is one of the most important foods to include to reduce stress. In addition, its mild flavor and versatility make it easy to include in smoothies, sauces, stir-fries, and soups.

Eggs are an excellent stress-fighting food. They are a potent source of vitamins B and D, choline, and selenium. Selenium and choline are important nutrients for brain health and are essential for dealing with stress. In addition, boiled eggs are easily portable and can be eaten alone or added to a salad for a boost of high-quality protein.

Salmon is rich in high-quality protein. Along with other fatty fish including tuna, sardines, mackerel, and trout, salmon contains stress-busting vitamin B and omega-3 fatty acids that boost serotonin to improve mood.

Walnuts have brain-boosting benefits. This nutrient-dense nut is high in vitamin B, omega-3 fatty acids, and uridine—the combination of which has been shown to be a natural antidepressant.

While we will never be able to completely alleviate stress in our lives, we can do a better job of managing it, and our diet plays an important role in our daily stress management system. By taking time to pause, taking a step back, and focusing on eating real, whole foods with key vitamins and nutrients, we can take control of our nutrition and fight stress with food.

Categories Advice, Health, Mental health, Success, Videos

Self Love Handbook Video Course

This 10-part video course will help you increase your understanding and awareness of self-love, respect, confidence, and appreciation.

The fact is that nothing matters more than self-love. If you do not learn to integrate yourself completely and love yourself fully, then you are no more than a walking shadow.

Everything you do will be at a fraction of your full potential.

Topics covered:

  • 3 Techniques to Build Your Self-Esteem and Confidence
  • 3 Things That Nobody Understands About Inner Confidence
  • 3 Ways to Recognize High Levels of Self-Love in Others
  • 5 Core Components of a Confident Individual
  • 5 Strategies to Start Developing Self-Love
  • 6 Reasons You Should Work On Self Esteem Above All Else
  • How to Develop Long-Term Unshakable Confidence
  • The 7 Secrets of Confidence And Well Being
  • The Psychology of Self-Love and Confidence
  • Why Self Love is the Ultimate Trait to Have

Categories Advice, eBooks, Senior Living

Health Tips For Seniors

As you age, your body and mind changes, and so does what you need to stay healthy. Regular physicals, dental check-ups, medications, eye exams – the list of a senior’s health needs goes on. 

Making your health, both mentally and physically, a top priority is key to living the happiest and longest life possible.

This special report, dedicated to seniors, reveals some of the ways you can get started quickly and easily.

Topics covered:

  • Healthy Weight
  • Stay Positive
  • Find Purpose
  • Get Active
  • Eat Well
  • Train Your Brain
  • Get Enough Sleep
  • Relax
  • Focus on Preventio
  • The Skin You’re In
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