Saturday, September 11

Mojoba7 And Depression

Amino acid therapy works particularly well with drug and alcohol addiction. It can either reduce or eliminate cravings, especially when one is also eating a nutrient dense diet and taking the appropriate supplements. In fact, amino acid therapy is endorsed by the National Organization for Recovering Addicts, who use intravenous amino acid therapy in combination with nutrients extensively in their treatment of drug addiction and alcoholism.

They claim they have an 80 % success rate five years after the end of therapy. That is enormous compared with regular rehabilitation which has a notoriously high failure rate with people readmitting themselves numerous times during the course of their addiction. People who use amino acid therapy to help addicts also claim the withdrawal symptoms are either minimal or non-existent.

Amino acid therapy works well for alcoholism, and all kinds of drug abuse, including addiction to methamphetamines, pain pills, antidepressants, stimulants, heroine, marijuana, ecstasy, LSD, PCP, and cocaine. It does not work as well for tobacco addiction and benzodiazepines.

Most drugs and alcohol create their high by over-stimulating specific neurotransmitters in the brain (usually dopamine). In time, the neurotransmitter that is overstimulated gets depleted. In fact, many drug and alcohol users are low in the neurotransmitter their drug of choice stimulates, which is why they are so attracted to using it. For them, it is a form of self-medication, but since street drugs are not controlled substances they can become forms of self-anihilation. If you are self-medicating with street drugs, it is far better to take a controlled substance prescribed by a doctor than one of unknown origin.

Besides abuse and genetic weakness, neurotransmitters can also be destroyed by numerous heavy metals and other toxins that land in the brain. When the drug is withdrawn, the body naturally craves the neurotransmitter stimulation it has lost long after the chemical substance one is addicted to has left the body. That is because we need all our neurotransmitters acting in synergy to feel normal. Although it can take years for the brain to fully repair itself, by undergoing neurotransmitter replacement therapy, you can speed up the process and begin to feel normal again in a relatively short period of time. Psychotropic drug use is not neurotransmitter replacement therapy. It is simply just another form of symptom suppression. Sometimes a necessary and helpful form, but not, in my opinion, a healing modality that should replace multidimensional healing.
 Other illnesses amino acid therapy is known to have a positive effect on are attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity, anxiety and panic attacks, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, suicidal ideation (which is generally caused by depression and hopelessness), fibromyalgia, insomnia, migraine headaches, Parkinson’s disease, trichotillomania, and obsessive/compulsive disorder. It can also be used to counteract the effects of age related memory loss.

Amino acid therapy is all natural and side-effect free
It helps to heal the body naturally by giving the body the nutrients it needs to heal itself. If you have any of the above disorders, it is important to seek help in replacing your neurotransmitters naturally. If you do it concurrently with a nutrient dense diet, and a heavy metal detox the results can be spectacular. However, to create optimal change, either short term, or long, in-depth therapy will help cement the new mental and emotional changes you want to make deep inside your brain so that the thoughts and feelings that led to your problems in the first place will no longer trouble you.

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