CELEBRITY DENTIST ON MENTAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY
Are you suffering from
An addiction to alcohol, drugs or food?
Experiencing frequent relapses?
Tired of being in pain physically and emotionally?
Are you in charge of a treatment center and want to get a competitive edge on the long lasting sobriety of your clients? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you need to read our latest articles.
THREE COMMON TRIGGERS TO RELAPSE:
AND HOW DR. FITNESS USA OVERCOMES THEM
The relationship between stress and addictions has long been established. Exercise is a valuable stress reduction tool, however not all exercises provide maximum opportunity for brain health and stress management. In my free report, I’ll reveal the myths and facts about exercise to become empowered, experience immediate stress relief and enjoy vibrant health
Physical or emotional, real or contrived, pain is one of the main triggers to relapse. Addiction alters brain chemistry affecting thought process and decision-making, and the ability to cope with pain. Did you know about the effects of strength training on brain chemistry? In my free report, I’ll share with you some of the findings in areas such as ergonomics and postural alignment for pain management, and how a 20% to 50% strength increase in 20 minutes will tremendously impact the nervous system, progressively changing brain chemistry back to a healthier state.
All relationships begin with your own ability to forgive yourself and let go of resentments and regrets first. In my free report, I will show you how incorporating specific tools to become stronger and more balanced physically will have a positive impact in attracting healthier relationships and establishing positive boundaries in addiction recovery, allowing you to experience renewed self-confidence and self-respect, feeling powerful, competent and capable of taking charge of your body and your live.
Access our 3 parts article Fortifying Your Strength Against Relapse
Overcoming three of the main triggers