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Ongoing - Reasons for Quitting Drugs

Sep 22, 2012 - 0 comments
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You’ll get your energy back
You’ll get your personality back
You will not be in constant withdrawal
Detox will become a blurr
Your recollection of getting high will lesson
No more “counting, worrying, buying, stealing, or being broke.
You’re body will heal itself, you will return to health
Tolerance to drugs will diminish
Depression will lessen or diminish
You will become honest again
You will become optimistic and motivated
You will not feel pathetic
You will keep your job
You will not have to move to get away from triggers
You can keep your current doctor
Your original chronic pain will lessen from constant withdrawal
Your desires will be realized
You will no longer need to isolate
You will no longer be apathetic
You will no longer be broke
Proper sleep cycles will return
You will feel freedom without being chained to drugs
You’ll remember parties vacations etc. with a clear head
You will feel equal to your friends, family and co-workers
You will try new things

Detoxifying Liver

Detox your liver with the proper diet and exercise.

There is a non invasive “fibroscan” ultrasound that can determine liver damage. Only a doctor can tell you if you personally have done damage. I’ve heard that liver damage is mostly undetected until Stage 4 Cirrhosis.

“Your liver has its own natural detox system — the liver and kidneys were designed to process chemicals and rid toxins from your body in the form of sweat and urine. A relatively healthy diet, low on fats, caffeine and alcohol, along with a regular exercise routine, helps support this process immensely.”

Eliminate alcohol, coffee, cigarettes, refined sugars and saturated fats, all of which act as toxins in the body and are obstacles to your healing process.

Another deterrent to good health is stress, which triggers your body to release stress hormones into your system. While these hormones can provide the "adrenaline rush" to win a race or meet a deadline, in large amounts they create toxins and slow down detoxification enzymes in the liver. Yoga & Meditation can help with this.





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