Alcoholism is a severe and devastating chronic illness.
Without proper treatment, alcohol abuse can lead to permanent physical and mental problems or even death.
Many people aren’t aware that long-term alcohol and/or drug abuse can interfere with the human body’s ability to absorb nutrients from food and use the enzymes to perform vital tasks.
In essence, that’s the story behind a condition commonly known as “wet brain” or formally, Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome.
ADHD gets plenty of bad attention in the media and general conversation.
“People with ADHD can’t stay organized.” “They’re more likely to speed or do drugs.” “Teens with ADHD are at a higher risk of dropping out.”
ADHD is a serious mental health condition and these statistics aren’t anything to take lightly, but it doesn’t mean everyone with an attention-deficit condition is doomed to fail.
With America’s opioid crisis making headlines, more and more people are searching for non-narcotic solutions to treat physical pain.
Physical therapy, exercise, diet, chiropractic care, and acupuncture are all possible long-term solutions – but what can someone take to relieve acute pain as they recover?
When most people think of addiction recovery, group therapy and individual counseling sessions are the first things that come to mind. Most do not consider nutrition therapy to be an essential component in the mix. However, the right foods can make the world of difference between a successful recovery and relapse.