Evidence-based and Data-driven Techniques that BEAT Addiction

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But if you really want the truth about addiction and if you're serious about breaking free from destructive habits – I promise that this report will empower you. You will understand the successful, tested and true methods that are backed by solid research so you can help yourself or those you love.[/content_box_blue]

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- By A. Scott Roberts
M.S. Rehabilitation Counseling
Addiction Specialist

Cheyenne, Wy – Thousands of people around the world are literally spending hundreds to thousands of dollars in high-end rehabs and recovery programs, Yet nearly 95 percent of recovery programs are not driven by evidence, research or data.

But at the same time there are handfuls of people that are discovering something that is scientifically proven to produce a long-term change in themselves and those they love.

On this page you will discover the secret to reprogram the brain and behavior out of destructive habit loops and addictions.

-These techniques are backed by solid research.

-These techniques work synergistically to eliminate withdrawal symptoms, cravings and urges.

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It Is A Complete Evidence-based And Data Driven System To Eliminate Cravings, Urges And Destructive Habits…

Anyone can benefit from this material. If you have bad habits, intrusive thoughts, cravings or embarrassing addictions, or if you have a loved one stuck in the addiction trap then this information is FOR YOU!

Since you're still reading this, it tells me that this information was meant for you!

This report can help you in several ways that you may not yet FULLY realize. The information below shows you why some of the most common recovery programs are the least effective and may actually make matters worse!

Caution: Research Indicates That The Most Common Recovery Programs Have a ZERO to 25% success rate1,2,3

The most common rehabs are largely ineffective and this is recognized on a national level.

[content_box_blue width="75%"]RE: The Rehab Model – Summary and the conclusion “Treating alcohol and other drug dependence solely through repeated episodes of detoxification and brief stabilization is clinically ineffective and constitutes a poor stewardship of personal and community resources…

According to William White, acute recovery programs are expensive and ineffective.

“…a shift that will deemphasize expensive, high intensity acute care and emphasize lower-intensity, lower cost and more enduring recovery support services.” (Senior Research Consultant at Chestnut Health Systems / Lighthouse Institute with a Master’s degree in Addiction Studies)[divider_line_dashed]Insert Your Text Here[/divider_line_dashed]

According to Research alcoholics that did NOT use common acute programs had a significant improvement!

“alcoholics that were not treated in clinical trials show a greater improvement. Most of the improvement which is interpreted as treatment effect is not due to treatment” (Cutler & Fishbain)[/content_box_blue]

The Recovery Model Lacks Scientifically Proven Techniques...

[content_box_blue width="95%"]Mindful meditation and certain cognitive therapy techniques has been deeply researched and produces incredible success in addiction recovery.4 Mindfulness techniques has been shown to help addicts to better manage their emotions and is a “very effective treatment option.”5 People that are trained in certain mindfulness practices have been shown to have a greater ability to stop smoking6 and reduce substance abuse.7

The reason why mindful mediation and cognitive therapy is so effective (as supported by abundant studies) is because it helps the individual to learn to regulate emotions related to relapse and to redirect attention when the mind is distracted from intrusive thoughts. Mindfulness has been shown to be very effective with cravings, triggers and negative thoughts.

One study on managers and employees, revealed a significant reduction in cigarettes and alcohol use (Anxiety, Stress and Coping International Journal, 6: 245-262, 1993). Certain mindfulness techniques address the root cause of addiction. Mindfulness meditation training is very effective because it trains the mind through the “non-reactivity” principle and strengthens the pre-frontal cortex of the brain (associated with decisions).

Some lesser known recovery programs that include nutrition have been found to have HUGE success. Documented recovery programs that integrate a nutrition program have shown a 92% success rate!8 Compare that to to 3-25% success rates of common 12-Step Programs. Many doctors and researchers have noted that an addict’s recovery is enhanced when using good nutrition.9

Research reveals that addicts recover more quickly and have fewer withdrawal symptoms if using proper nutrition, this is because addiction causes a biochemical imbalance that can be restored through proper nutrition. Most addicts eat very poorly because their brain has been switched to desire highly processed and refined sugars and may actually put yourself at greater risk for relapse.10

Research indicates that addiction is harder to manage when you are eating “junk food.”11 In one study on animals, researchers were able to shift the consumption of alcohol over water, based on the deliberate increase or decrease of nutrients to their diet. Animals that had proper nutrition didn’t touch the alcohol, those who were lacking essential nutrients, did!11

Addicts often have depleted and malfunctioning neurotransmitters which can be restored by a proper diet and nutrients. Adding foods high in essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids has shown to improve recovery.12 Proper foods have shown to correct biochemical imbalances and improve mood, lessening the probability of relapse, and increasing energy.[/content_box_blue]

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1. R. G. Smart, Spontaneous Recovery in Alcoholics: A Review and Analysis of the Available Research, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, vol 1, 1975-1976, p. 284.
2. Thomas Prugh, Recovery Without Treatment, Alcohol Health and Research World, Fall 1986, pp. 24, 71 and 72.
3. Sehnert, 1992; Larson, 1992 “Seven Weeks to sobriety”
4.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.
5. Brown, K. W., R. M. Ryan, and J. D. Creswell. 2007. “Mindfulness: Theoretical Foundations and Evidence for Salutary Effects.” Psychological Inquiry 18:211–237.
6. Davis, J. M., M. F. Fleming, K. A. Bonus, and T. B. Baker. 2007. “A Pilot Study on Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Smokers.” BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 7:2.
7. Bowen, S., K. Witkiewitz, T. M. Dillworth, N. Chawla, T. L. Simpson, B. D. Ostafin, M. E. Larimer, A. W. Blume, G. A. Parks, and G. A. Marlatt. 2006. “Mindfulness Meditation and Substance Use in an Incarcerated Population.” Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 20:343–347.
8. Finnegan, John. Addiction: A Nutritional Approach to Recovery. (Mill Valley, California: Elysian Arts), 1989.
9. Feinman, L. “Absorption and Utilization of Nutrients in Alcoholism.” Alcohol Health & Research World; 13(3):207-210. 1989 as cited in Public Health Service, Institute of Health
10.Grant L.P., et al. “Nutrition Education is Positively Associated with Substance Abuse Treatment Program Outcomes.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association; 104(4):604-10. April 2004.
11. Gant, Charles, M.D., Ph.D. and Greg Lewis, Ph.D. End Your Addiction Now. (NY, NY: Warner Books, Inc.), 2002.
12. Beasley, Joseph D., M.D. and Susan Knightly. Food for Recovery. (New York, New York: Crown Publishers, Inc.), 1994