New Hope with Cocaine Addiction: A True Story Part 2

 

New Hope with Cocaine Addiction: A True Story Part 2

by Johnny Delirious

I continued analysis work as an adult, becoming the chairman of a laboratory for over 8 years, and was a professional thought-leader in the nutritional and whole food supplement industry for over 24 years. By accumulating an in-depth understanding of nutrition, addiction and healing for the human body, coupled with my natural recovery from hepatitis A, B and C and cocaine addiction, I emerged into a particular focus to develop good liver health with solutions and prevention.

My goal is to help the world achieve healthy livers and for everyone to be free of the hideous entrapment of cocaine addiction.

Many in the health fields and social programs today suggest working with youth to help them get the right mindset early and in place to avoid addiction and disease – prevention is the key! However, many don’t consider that good liver health is the central component to the restoration of self-reliance in our youth to avoid disease and addiction. One thing they do agree on is that depression and low self-esteem are the precursors for a youth turning to drugs as an escape and way to cope. Peer pressure and the excitement syndrome follows, and soon the weaker willed are using mood altering substances regularly.

I know for a fact that good liver health will sustain the correct chemical balance in the blood stream to thwart depression and low self-assurance at an early age. The fast food generation of x, y and z are overweight and do not exercise enough and many are living their lives in a virtual world of computer games, movies and TV. If there was a way to make good liver health fun, the kids of today would have a good chance to be drug-free in our world.

Notes from Drug-Addiction-Support.org

Exercise can be a KEY part of addiction recovery

Johnny is right MANY kids now eat fast food, never go outside and spend entire weeks playing video games. They become very flabby and skinny and are usually very pale and drawn.

Getting exercise and moving away from video games and fast food can be the beginning of addiction recovery and also can help avoid chronic relapse and cravings. Some ideas to consider are a 90 Day Review or an Extreme Body Workout. Some even choose to exercise enough to get a Beach Body. Which ever you choose to do consider exercise a key component of your addiction recovery.


Johnny’s story continues:

New Hope with Cocaine Addiction: A True Story

I have such a plan that will engage our youth into making wise choices in diet and activities where good liver health will prevail sustaining the correct chemical balance in the blood stream to thwart depression and low self-assurance. The result will be strong-willed and determined youth achieving their goals and becoming self-reliant with a utility of purposeful living. This is my vision; that will formulate higher learning and skill sets because the kids just want it.

My recovery from cocaine and hepatitis worked! Why? Because I found a way to see life better without it. My path could be a method for prevention of drug abuse and disease in our society. From my perspective, there are options that can be easily implemented. With my professional background combined with the unique dual recoveries, I have a keen insight and a unique view of creating new and successful approaches to the prevention programs.

My real life story of drug addiction and hepatitis can be more compelling than the virtual world the kids choose to live in, especially if they have a chance to hear my story. My vision is to help any organization that helps our youth of today, become the leaders of tomorrow.

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About the Author:
Johnny Delirious holds a Masters Degree in Natural Health, with an emphasis on Recovery Modalities from Clayton College of Natural Health, Birmingham, AL and is an expert in Alternative Medicine on several networks. He lives in Texas and enjoys a fruitful and healthy life. Learn more at http://www.JohnnyDelirious.com and http://www.CokeFreeAmerica.com.

This is a guest post provided by “Fitness Alliance”.

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