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From The Desk Of A. Scott Roberts

Dear Friend,

People all over the world are literally spending thousands of dollars on luxurious rehabs, expensive treatments, confusing workbooks and endless counseling - but they are STILL unable to BEAT addiction.

The truth is, common recovery programs, self-help groups and 12 step programs may be silently holding you back from breaking free from addiction forever.

You need to know about the  evidence-based techniques that have been proven to boost long-term success.

You've Been There Before, Haven't You?

You either struggle with addiction yourself, or those you love struggle with it…

It may have started as a bad habit, but it’s become MUCH more than that...

It has a strong seductive pull, that you can’t quite get rid of…

It causes intrusive urges, thoughts and cravings that interrupt your life…

But, it doesn’t have to be that way…

If you or someone you love struggles with addiction, you are in the right place….

Let me know if this sounds like you…

Every morning you look forward to using your drug of choice…

When you don’t have it, you don’t’ quite feel like yourself, do you?

As the day goes on your mind becomes preoccupied on using…

You are distracted from work, from family, from life!

When cravings increase, you become irritable….

Stress and pressures of the day seem too hard to handle without it…

You "give in” just to satisfy those cravings…

Then guilt soon follows…

But was it really worth it?

I’ve been there...

..and I’ve got news for you.

There are evidence-based techniques and somewhat unusual methods that help people all over the world to beat their addiction, long-term…

But I warn you, these methods I speak of are a bit different than what you’re used to…

And it doesn’t really matter what your addiction is….

Drugs, alcohol, tobacco, pornography and even sugar, activate the brain in similar ways…

Whatever it is for you, you’re looking for a solution, aren’t you?

Just hear me out for the next few minutes…

You first need to understand what neuroscientists have been saying all along…

That addiction has a “common neural currency.”

That is, addictions have more in common, than they are different...

They are really chemical addictions in the brain…

...you become addicted to the way it makes you feel.

It makes you feel more relaxed and calm…

It relieves stress and anxiety…

It diminishes tension…

You use because it does something for you...

And if you tried to quit one addiction, you picked up another, didn’t you?

Maybe you attended AA for drinking, but you engrained an addiction to smoking, or to coffee…

The addicted brain doesn’t care where it gets it’s fix, as long as it gets it…

This is what you really want, don’t you?

But can you really gain freedom?

Can you really quit your addiction long-term?

I’ve got news for you, you can...

Sure, your drug makes you feel better…

It does so by temporarily changing the brain’s chemistry…

But what happens after a few hours?

Your cravings creep, back don’t they?

Your brain becomes overstimulated from these chemicals…

In fact, research has shown addiction causes a spike in chemicals about 300%!

But then, it dramatically drops….

This is when you experience those terrible lows…

Overtime, your brain adjusts to this repeated overstimulation of chemicals…

The brain does this by diminishing the receptivity and the availability of receptor sites in the brain - where dopamine docks…1

Otherwise known as tolerance…

As a result, you need more and more of it…

Soon you’ve become unmotivated for every day, “normal” rewards…

A walk on the beach,

Traveling with friends and family,

Being with loved ones…

You’ve become trapped…

You started for pleasure, but continue to use just to feel “normal”…

...to satisfy your craving and eliminate the pangs of withdrawal…

But could there be a better way?

…a way you haven’t thought about?

You’ve tried the old ways to manage addiction, how far has it got you?

Maybe it’s time to try something else.

Something that science can support…

The secret to living addiction free is to change yourself in a way that addiction no longer does anything for you…

Where it no longer fills a supposed need - because you use for a reason...

And when you reach that point, when your overcoming your addiction, one day you’ll notice a whole morning has passed without using your drug of choice…

Then you’ll notice you’ve gone all day without it…

It almost surprises you...

You’ve realized this strange paradox.

You’ve been overcoming your addiction when you’ve stopped trying so hard to overcome it.

You'll reach a point when you’re beating addiction in a less-worried way.

But maybe you don’t have a problem.

You've told yourself that before, haven’t you?

You find yourself rationalizing and minimizing your addiction, don’t you?

Or maybe you don't feel like you have a problem until you really try to go without it.

Try 2 days… a week… or six months….

The truth of the matter is that you don’t feel the full effect of your addiction because you are always giving in…

You feel a part of you wants to quit, but the other, can’t be managed or subdued…

There is a reason you feel this way…

There is a reason addiction feels tough to beat and your efforts seem hopeless...

Neuroscientists refer to the brain as a “team of rivals”…2

This is because the brain is a multiple structured system in which different structures fight against each other for dominance…

In order for the brain to operate properly, it must be at balance…

There are essentially two parts of the brain that are constantly at odds…

The Prefrontal Cortex and the Limbic System…

The prefrontal cortex is a higher functioning part of the brain which is rational and logical and it understands consequences…

The limbic system, however, is a primitive brain…

It seeks pleasure and is primarily concerned with avoiding physical or emotional pain…

This is why you feel a part of you wants to quit, while another, strongly urges you to continue…

When you try to quit, you notice something inside says “just not yet…”

But I have news for you, it can be overcome.

People all over the world have overcome their addiction…

So let’s debunk all that you have been taught:

You are not powerless…

You are not your addiction, as you might think…

You are not weak-willed or morally wrong, as some might have told you…

Some may say, “once an addict, always an addict.” Well I’ve got news for you…

You don’t have to be.

I know you feel “powerless.”

That is because you’ve tried to beat addiction through brute force…

You’ve been fighting addiction the hard way, without realizing it.

The reason it’s been difficult is because the limbic system, which sends you cravings and urges for your drug of choice, is a subconscious part of the brain that is powerful…

You have cravings regardless of your desire to stop it…

That is because the limbic system is heavily tied to the autonomic nervous system...

The same system that controls the blinking of your eyelids and the beating of your heart…

You can’t consciously control these things, they just happen.

This limbic “reward” system enabled life on earth to survive for millions of years…

It developed before rational thought was even upon this earth!

It has even been found in anthropoids, invertebrate phyla and mollusks…

This limbic system has been essential for survival…

Our ancient ancestors survived because they were rewarded to engage in behaviors, such as eating and sex.

Our brains aren’t designed to deal with such ready to access rewards.

Pornography, cigarettes, alcohol and pharmacological drugs overstimulate this reward center…

They do not help us to survive, and in fact, are killing us!

The truth of the matter is, addictions becomes hard-wired as a survival process.

To some, an addiction becomes a part of life - just as eating or sleeping…

You’ll get messages sent from your brain making you feel that you “need” to give in…

…and urges literally feel “urgent”!

So, what do you do?

You either give in, or try to suppress them…

But,

That's right, fighting or suppressing cravings actually feeds them!3

This is what 95% of people do!

So, what should you do?

You need to react to them in a different way than you did in the past...

A less worried way…

You need to re-program your mind.

Once you change your mind, you’ll change your brain…

…and once you change your brain, you can change your life…

You see, researchers know that the brain is remarkably plastic…

It can be changed, formed, remapped and rewired…

It wasn’t until nearly 30 years ago that researchers started to realize how profoundly the brain can change, even in adults.

The brain is always changing and responding with every internal or external stimuli…

It is always active, even when you are asleep!

Anytime you have a thought, neurons fire…

Related thoughts and behaviors send chemical messengers down similar pathways…

When chemical messengers are sent down the same pathway over and over again, a network is built.

These thoughts that lead to using, solidifies your neural pathways for using…

But it’s also true that when neurons stop firing down a pathway they become weak and a whole set of thought patterns and behaviors can be created…

You need a complete overhaul…

The Truth of Addiction program has instantly downloadable videos and audio training to help you with this process….

The videos will show you step-by-step how to react to cravings and urges in a different way then you did in the past…

When the strong urges stops, the desire stops…

And that is a great feeling…

So where do you start?

The first thing you'll want to do is to start eating targeted nutrients...

The reason is this…

The addicted brain has depleted and malfunctioning neurotransmitters caused by the weeks, months or years of overstimulating the brain’s reward center…

But by taking targeted nutrients, it replenishes this deficiency.

In one interesting study…

Researchers placed nutrient deficient rats in a cage with a choice of drugged water or clean water…

They found that when the animals lacked nutrients in their diet, they chose the drugged water every time…

When nutrients were restored to the animals they chose clean water…

Researchers were able to shift consumption of the clean water over the drug water by the deliberate increase or decrease of nutrients in the rat’s diet…!4

And yes, research shows that humans act the same way.

When you lack certain nutrients, you have greater cravings…

There are over 100 studies at MIT and Harvard that support the use of using key nutrients to increase neurotransmitter activity in the brain to eliminate anxiety, depression and cravings.5

Dr Grant, the Medical Director at Tully Hill Hospital reported an 83 percent success rate in ending addiction amongst his patients by using key nutrients.6

Joan Mathews Larson, Ph.D, conducted a study examining 100 alcoholic patients and focused on restoring the biochemical imbalance in the brain using key nutrients…

85 percent of participants stayed abstinent for 42 months...7

That’s huge compared to conventional methods.

Eating key nutrients is so essential.

This is because neurotransmitters are synthesized through nutrition...

When you feed your brain with a steady supply of nutrients, it increases dopamine and other neurotransmitters, so that you can feel better naturally.

The Truth of Addiction program includes an ebook and videos to show you what foods to eat...

Once you start taking these targeted nutrients, you may notice your mood increasing...

You may also notice a reduction in withdrawal symptoms…

Now, keep in mind, if you have had years of heavy alcohol or drug abuse, you need to seek a medical professional…

But the Truth of Addiction system can be implemented right away...

Next, you need to address the cravings and urges...

Did you know that fighting or suppress cravings actually feeds them? This is what 90 percent of people do!

When you get a craving, you either give in or panic...

These intrusive cravings and urges to use, come from the survival parts in the brain, the limbic system...

This is why cravings feel as if you need your drug of choice...

But you don't need it. You'll be fine without it.

You need to understand what a craving actually is and why it isn't a threat to your survival even though it may feel like it...

Addicted individuals call this seductive pull for their drug a craving. Scientists call it a cue. Non-addicts might call it a temptation...

Whatever you call it, science has revealed what actually happens when experiencing those seductive pulls...

Dr. Childress, psychiatrist and researcher, used PET scans on participants to view neural activity.

What she discovered was that an addict's brain will release a small burst of dopamine during a craving...

What this means, is that the sight of a beer bottle to an alcoholic or the smell of cigarette smoke to a smoker, spikes dopamine in the addict's brain, causing strong cravings and desire...

These cravings you experience are really false messages that have been classically conditioned and strengthened over time....

One of the methods of the Truth Of Addiction system is to become aware of cravings as they happen and relabel them to what they really are: False Messages.

They are not real needs, but are often felt as such...

Cravings grow by indulgence.

Sometimes they pop into your mind regardless of your desire to stop it...

This is because cravings and urges come from the survival parts of the brain. They have become automatic, just like the urge to eat or drink...

Suppressing or reacting to them in a panic or trying to fight them off, as MOST people do, feeds them.(35)

Instead, you must learn to react in a different way, a less worried way than you did in the past.

We have received many emails from people who say, that just by reading the ebook and watching the videos in this program, all of the sudden, they quit…

It just clicks for them…

They find they no longer need their drug of choice…

They find they are no longer powerless or weak willed, and they approach recovery in a different way…

And to ensure long-term success, the Truth of Addiction program has evidence-based materials in their membership area to guide you through the process…

One video series titled “the 4 step system” shows you how to react to cravings and urges then you did in the past…

The Truth of Addiction program is a printable guide that has over 100 scientific references…

But don’t just take my word for it, hear it from those who have actually tried it…

Nneka Gunn

I have achieved results that I have never been able to achieve in the past. It has now been thirty-five days since I started and I have not had a cigarette in thirty of those days, nor do I want one.

Nneka Gunn GA, USA
Parker Seamons, UK

I wanted to let you know that I never thought I had an addiction, but I had a lot of sexual thoughts that make it hard to concentrate. I use to just try to push them away. They were too distracting, but now I practice your technique and I can finally manage them.

Ray Daniels, Australia

This program gave me the confidence I needed to quit. Visualizing and thinking about cravings in a different way is powerful.

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Chapter one really lays out the basics of this program…

But in the videos, you will be shown step-by-step how to retrain your mind, relabel your thoughts, and redirect your attention, so that cravings no longer bog you down…

By relabeling your thoughts and cravings properly, you can start seeing progress right away. You may also start to see an immediate impact on your mood and notice that you have greater cognitive control…

Now you'll also want to listen to the cognitive therapy audio and the mindfulness training audio tracks…

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6. Gant, Charles, M.D., Ph.D. and Greg Lewis, Ph.D. End Your Addiction Now. (NY, NY: Warner Books, Inc.), 2002
7. Larson, Joan Mathews, Ph.D. and Robert A. Parker, M.Sc. “Alcoholism Treatment with Biochemcial Restoration as a Major Component.” International Journal of Biosocial Research, Volume 9(1): 92-106. 1987
8. Bowen, S., K. Witkiewitz, T. M. Dillworth, and G. A. Marlatt. 2007. “The Role of Thought Suppression in the Relationship Between Mindfulness Meditation and Alcohol Use.” Addictive Behaviors 32:2324–2328.