Biochemical imbalances in eight key neurotransmitters are the driving force behind all addictions. (Brain cells or neurons, produce chemical substances called neurotransmitters and they control virtually every aspect of your life by communication with other cells.) When they are deficient, the addicted person finds it extremely difficult to not satisfy their cravings. Addicts become progressively powerless over the dictates of their imbalanced brain chemistry.
Entries from April 2009
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Nationally renown experts in addiction nutrition and mind-body integration will appear at the Brain Repair for Addictive Disorders conference April 17-19, 2009 in Sacramento, California.
April 6th, 2009 · No Comments
Nicotine isn’t just addictive. It probably interferes with dozens of bodily functions.
April 5th, 2009 · No Comments
A respected anesthesiologist faked data used in medical research. He had been a paid speaker on behalf of Pfizer’s medicines, and it paid for some of his research. Do you think there is a conflict of interest here?