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MOJO™ Health

MOJO™ Detox: #AlcoholDetox LINK: --> http://ow.ly/2KsJ50vnvhB

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Jeff Simone, PharmD

𝐻𝑎𝑣𝑒 𝑦𝑜𝑢 ℎ𝑒𝑎𝑟𝑑 𝑜𝑓 5-𝐻𝑇𝑃? . . Most people come into sobriety on the heels of some serious life conditions so there are legimitate reasons to feel anxious, depressed, irritable, pessimistic, etc. But when the symptoms don't seem to match up with what is going on in your life, or when they just never seem to go away, it could be a chemical imbalance. . . Serotonin deficiency seems to be the most common mood problem - not just among people in recovery but most people with mood disorders. Serotonin is the primary defense against anxiety and depression so getting its balance corrected is critical. When serotonin levels are optimized, the mind begins transmitting positive feelings and optimistic thoughts. If it's not, thoughts tend to be dark and disturbing. . . Although there is a time and place for pharmaceutical intervention, if we can avoid it with nutritional supplementation, all the better. A lot of drugs - particularly opioids and alcohol - tend to crush the brain's natural ability to make serotonin. Since it is synthesized directly from 5-HTP, supplementing this amino acid has worked wonders for so many people. Read "RULE 5" on our website for more info. . . Although each case is different, a general approach is two doses throughout the day - one in mid-afternoon and one 1-2 hours before bedtime.  The dose should be between 50-150mg on an empty stomach. . . You'll know when the serotonin stores are filled up because you might even notice feeling too relaxed during the day, even sleepy, or you may get a headache shortly after you take your dose.  These are signs that you have corrected the deficiency and can back off from the supplement. . . RECOVER WELL ♥️

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Joe DeFranco

🎙NEW EPISODE of the is now available! [LINK IN PROFILE] - On this week’s show Dr. Johanan Rand tells us everything we need to know about “NAD” - The amazing “new” supplement/drug that’s being touted as a legitimate FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH! - If you’re interested in health, longevity and the newest breakthroughs in anti-aging - you will find this week’s episode very interesting. [SIDE NOTE: If you know someone suffering from opiate addiction or alcoholism I highly recommend giving this episode a listen.] - 🎧 Available on iTunes, Spotify & Stitcher - 📝 For Show Notes, Timestamps & Important Links from this week’s episode goto: IndustrialStrengthShow.com • • • • • • #alcoholdetox

Gold Coast, Queensland

Current status:🧣Winter’s trying to make a comeback, & I’m taking a couple of weeks break from the vinos.🙅🏽‍♀️🍷

🌕🌔🌓🌒M A R I N A 🌑S P A R K🌒🌓🌔🌕 (@marinaspark) Instagram Profile Photo
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Sydney, Australia

I am currently on detox from alcohol and really getting into non alcoholic alternatives. If you love a good drink or a fab cocktail but would like to stay clear of hangovers and just stay healthy in general you MUST try @seedlipaus . It’s the worlds first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, it comes in Grove 42 (citrus), Garden 108 (herbal and my absolute favourite) and Spice 94 (aromatic), you can create amazing cocktails using these spirits, you can also purchase their very own cocktails recipe book 🍹 What a game changer! . . #alcoholdetox

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Alpha Healing Center

Add a dash of cayenne pepper in your everyday meal, doing so increases your appetite and reduces withdrawal symptoms like nausea.⠀ ⠀ If you are having trouble with your addiction, get help today, visit https://buff.ly/2Lfonuk to know more.⠀ ⠀ #AlcoholDetox

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Scripps Research Alcohol Ctr

We are looking for heavy drinkers to participate in a paid study to discover medications that reduce the urge to drink. Men who drink more than 21 drinks per week are considered heavy drinkers. Women who drink more than 14 per week are considered heavy drinkers. If you are interested in learning more about our study and to see if you are eligible, don’t hesitate to reach out to us! . . . #alcoholdetox

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