Andy Highberger, M.D., Attending Physician, Shepherd Hill Treatment Center, Newark, Ohio discusses Alcoholism as a Disease. – Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/therecoverychannel with the Ustream Mobile App
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Addiction continues to permeate our society and our lives in increasing numbers and new ways. The traditional addiction treatment paradigm insists that addiction is an incurable and chronic disease requiring lifelong symptom management. Thanks to advances in neuroscience and epigenetics, we now know that when underlying issues are resolved, addictions, depression, PTSD and anxiety can also be fully resolved. For over a decade, Dean Taraborelli has challenged traditional models head-on with a revolutionary Integrative Addiction Recovery program that combines the latest advances in science with ancient healing modalities to treat the whole person and has helped hundreds of clients to be recovered from addiction and to live full, meaningful lives. This provocative talk will challenge fundamental, underlying assumptions about addiction and paint an exciting path to a cure for what was previously thought to be incurable. Dean Taraborelli: He is the Founder, Administrator, Counselor at the Sanctuary at Sedona. He has a BA in Political Science and is currently Senior teaching staff at Four Winds Society, an international school of energy medicine. His credentials also include being an Ordained Minister; a Certified Shamanic Breathwork® Facilitator; a Founding Member Society for Shamanic Practitioners; a Member of Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology; a Member of National Institute for Holistic Addiction Studies. Dean has traveled extensively to sacred sites in over 60 countries to study world mythology, religion, spirituality, wisdom traditions and indigenous healing and wellness practices. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx Video Rating: / 5
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Lyme Disease and Alcohol The Facts | Why you need to quit alcohol!
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Once you have been told that you are suffering from Lyme disease, you will be informed of many things concerning your treatment. You will be advised on which dietary changes you can make, Things that can minimize the disease’s issues and how it can be cured.
There are some things you need to be aware of, and risk factors to be put into consideration.
Liver issues will immensely contribute to, the doctor warning you to stay away from drinking alcohol. You have to avoid drinking alcohol while still under treatment of Lyme disease. This is because Lyme disease can directly affect your liver, hence weakening it. When it becomes weak, drinking alcohol will make it weaker.
Eventually, you will experience serious liver disease or liver failure even after completion of Lyme disease treatment. In addition, detoxification of your liver will take a longer time as a result of Lyme disease symptoms.
At first increase in Histamine production will not seem like a big issue. However, you are bound to suffer a lot. Once histamine intolerance sets in, the problem becomes bigger. Usually, it is stimulated by the intake of Alcohol.
Drinking Alcohol causes the body to produce a lot of histamine, which induces histamine intolerance and also brings about massive reactions that are very harmful. The massive reactions will see you taken ill in hospital and you might stay there for quite a long time.
There is also a risk of succumbing to death as a result of the massive reactions induced by increased histamine production. You can prevent that occurrence by simply staying away from alcohol. once you start treating Lyme disease. This approach will ensure your treatment goes on well without any complication.
Be fair to yourself and stay away from drinking alcohol once your Lyme disease treatment begins. It will be good for you.
Most people are not aware of what Porphyrin is all about. A good number will know what it entails once they start suffering from Lyme disease. It is directly concerned with your body’s production of hemoglobin that helps your body fight various illness’s.
This condition is evident through breathing problems, digestion issues, and serious stomach pains. It is very true that alcohol increases the possibility of this condition happening.
As a patient suffering from Lyme disease, you are expected to avoid drinking alcohol. This is a call that will be of much use to you in as much as treating Lyme disease is concerned. Heeding to that call will fasten your recovery and will ensure Lyme disease symptoms are kept at bay. You just have to ensure you stay healthy all through.
The risks that accrue from drinking alcohol when you are suffering from Lyme disease are so severe. You can still drink alcohol but in controlled amounts. This is an approach that will ensure your treatment goes on well without any issue.
Avoid drinking aimlessly since that might really jeopardize your health to a great deal. It is upon you to be mindful about your health all the time for your own benefit.
I hope this video has been informative.
Why don’t you quit alcohol while being treated for Lyme Disease? It will speed up your recovery.
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This film shows the medical treatment, social, recreational, and occupational activities, and rehabilitation of female inhabitants of a venereal disease rapid treatment center. Shots include: venereal disease treatment center for women (former CCC camp), girls arriving at a small county jail, physical exam with vaginal smear, inoculation, interview to determine sexual contacts, intravenous drip treatment, occupational therapy, both physical and mental, recreational activities,and farewell and departure.
Produced by the United States Public Health Service and US Department of Agriculture.
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