Dear Dr Mitch:
I’ve have a real struggle with trying to stop my excessive drinking. I’m afraid it is taking its toll on my family, my work and my life! I began drinking when I was 16 with buddies from my neighborhood. I’ve tried things here and there but nothing seems to help. Do you think I can get help for this problem since I have had it for so long? I’m now 48 years old.
Yes, there is help for addictions in general. Many cities have support groups and in this case AA would be helpful (look these groups up on the internet for your locality) Remember, anybody can be addicted to ANYTHING! In my opinion, it is a disease of the brain reward system. People, places and things are contributing factors in addition so you have to stay away from these things that help move you towards alcohol. There are conventional medical approaches to addiction and natural Addiction can be helped by many natural factors combined including proper brain support, continual prayer, counseling, nutrition, supplements, energy balancing, spinal manipulation, acupuncture, exercise and good eating habits. Sugar MUST be removed as much as possible from your diet. Don’t give up! Visualizing a life without addiction is very important to begin in getting sober AND then taking the action to get there is paramount. You can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject line write ADDICTION. I’ll be happy to send you the protocol that I use in helping my patients with similar issues. Good luck.
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