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A patient suffers from alcohol addiction if he or she can’t give up alcohol, even if he/she really wants to. Alcohol addiction has a dominant emotional component - this means that, aside from the physical addiction, there is a psychological one, as well. Alcohol addiction has a negative impact upon the patient’s life. Over time, it can lead to several diseases, such as: hypertension, , liver disease (cirrhosis, toxic hepatitis), cardiovascular disease, stroke, pancreatitis choleli...

Methadone is used by many former heroin users in order to avoid withdrawal symptoms. But, even if methadone is helpful in managing physical symptoms, its disadvantages are significant. One of the most major issues is that methadone rehabilitation leads to addiction.  Methadone is as addictive as drugs such as heroine or morphine, even if it doesn’t have the same chemical structure. Withdrawal symptoms include cravings, insomnia, vomiting, fever, muscle aches, diarrhea and anxiety. ...

Ibogaine is a substance that caught the attention of many researchers; it can contribute to treating addiction, especially drug and alcohol addiction. Ever since the 60s, scientists and former drug addicts, reported beneficial effects that this substance may have when treating drug and alcohol addiction. Ibogaine is extracted from the root of an African shrub, called Tabernanthe iboga. It can inhibit the addiction symptoms of certain drugs (such as heroin, cocaine) and alcohol. According t...

Cocaine addiction is a chronic disease of the brain that affects the consumer both mentally and physically. There are many reasons why people begin to use cocaine, such as peer pressure or stress. Cocaine addiction causes damage not only the individual, but also to the family and friends. Cocaine use has a number of significant adverse effects on the body and brain, both short term and long term: Physical and psychological dependence Memory loss and destruction of the nerve cells ...

A patient suffers from alcohol addiction when he or she can’t give up alcohol, even if he/she really wants to. Alcohol addiction has a strong emotional component: this means that, besides the physical addiction, there is a psychological one. Alcohol addiction has a negative impact upon the individual’s life. Over time, it can cause various diseases, such as: cardiovascular disease, hypertension, stroke, liver disease (toxic hepatitis, cirrhosis), cholelithiasis (gallstones in the ...

Ibogaine is a powerful medicine and an incredible opportunity to interrupt addiction and significantly reduce most withdrawal symptoms while repairing brain function. Ibogaine is a psychoactive indole alkaloid derived from the rootbark of an African plant – Tabernanthe iboga. There are three stages of an Ibogaine treatment experience: 1. The Acute Dreamlike Stage 2. The Evaluative Stage 3. The Stimulation Phase People with problem substance use have found that la...

Dr. Vorobiev utilizes a multi-faceted approach to treatment, which includes thorough exams and diagnostics, detox, aversion therapy, psychological therapy, yoga and body-oriented therapies that help patients learn about the connection between the mental and physical aspects of treatments and overcoming addictions. Other methodologies may also be employed, including holistic approaches, acupuncture, massage and other forms of central nervous system treatments. ...

Drug addiction rehabilitation and alcoholism rehabilitation begin with the process of detoxification, which basically rids the body of harmful and toxic substances before new lifestyle, habits and issues can be dealt with through group, private, or exposure-type rehabilitative procedures, treatments and programs. ...

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