The GABA Deficiency-Alcoholism Connection
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by Matt Finch
1M ago
In this article, you’ll discover the major link between GABA deficit disorder and alcohol use disorder. It’s a vicious relationship where each disorder can cause and affect the other. For example, someone with a GABA bankruptcy in their brain might have intense cravings for red wine every evening after work and then become alcohol-addicted after a few months of habitual drinking… … or someone with alcohol dependence develops a GABA bankruptcy from repeated consumption of alcohol (in contrast, their natural GABA levels were optimal before addiction). After learning about this notorious accord ..read more
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The “13th Step” in Alcoholics Anonymous
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by Matt Finch
1M ago
I’ll never forget the most insane thirteenth-stepper story I heard about when I was an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). I heard it directly from the 50-year-old man with a decade of recovery who thirteenth-stepped a teenage girl in her first 30 days of sobriety in AA. I saw both men and women 13th-stepping at AA and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings when I used to attend. Still, after researching the topic, I’ve learned this is an even more widespread issue than I had estimated. Documentaries, research studies, articles, podcasts, news segments, and more have documented this dark s ..read more
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How To Stay Alcohol-Free with Service-to-Others
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by Matt Finch
2M ago
In this article, you’ll learn how the “Service-to-Others” strategy can help you transcend alcoholism and transform into your True Self. If you’ve been unsuccessful in staying alcohol-free long-term and you’re willing to be open-minded, this approach could be the “missing link” that helps recovery stick for you. And I know what you may be thinking… “I need to get myself healthy, and I have enough problems. Why should I consider this service to others foolishness?” If you keep an open mind and hear me out until the end of this article, I promise it’ll be worth your time. Why? The service-to-oth ..read more
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Mucuna is a “game changer” for alcohol addiction.
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by Matt Finch
2M ago
In this article, you’ll learn how to quit alcohol easier and faster by restoring your brain’s natural dopamine production. How? By utilizing an inexpensive and easily accessible dietary supplement called Mucuna Pruriens. It’s almost unbelievable that such a powerful and affordable dopamine booster for alcohol and drug recovery can still be so under the radar, but alas this is the case. However, I intend to bring to your awareness the wonderful benefits Mucuna Pruriens can provide for you and your brain. If you decide to add this supplement to your alcohol recovery plan, the amount of help yo ..read more
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The 4 Primary Causes of Alcoholism and 7 Primary Obstacles To Recovery
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by Matt Finch
3M ago
When I was addicted to ethanol, the toxic solvent that is passed off as a drug, ignorance prolonged my healing. But that’s not all that happened… Ignorance and naïveté also played a big role in my fast process of morphing from an Every-once-in-awhile Recreational Drinker to a Three-day-a-week Recreational Drinker — to a Five-day-a-week Binge Drinker (alcohol abuse) — and finally, to a Physiologically and psychologically dependent 24/7 around-the-clock Alcoholic Drinker… and I looked and acted the part to the tee. I was a mess. Ignorantly Battling The Alcohol Addiction Cycle For the next decad ..read more
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Home Page Funnel
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by Alex Cuellar
1y ago
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Homepage
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by zakk
1y ago
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The Journey of a Sober Mama – Ft. Rachael Shephard
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by Chris Scott
1y ago
In episode 301 of the Elevation Recovery Podcast, Chris Scott interviews Rachael Shephard, the founder and director of Sober Mama, a UK-based recovery coaching program. They talk about Rachael’s story of addiction, heavy drinking, British culture, and motherhood. They also discuss her recovery journey, how she designed The Freedom Programme, and how she became the SoberMama. Links to Resources Mentioned in this Episode: SoberMama Website Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0 BioRebalance Restore Here are some ways to learn from this episode: Watch the video Listen to the audio Read the transcript Rig ..read more
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The Five Hindrances to Peace
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by Chris Scott
1y ago
In episode 296 of the Elevation Recovery Podcast, Matt Finch discusses the topic of the five hindrances, taught by the Buddha. These hindrances hinder progress in meditation and in our daily lives. Matt reads from an article called “Mindfulness and the Five Hindrances to (Inner) Peace.” When we can identify and be self-aware of these five hindrances, we can begin to lead more peaceful and grounded lives.  Links to Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Mindfulness and the Five Hindrances to (Inner) Peace Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0 BioRebalance Restore Here are some ways to learn from thi ..read more
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How Drugs, Alcohol, & Addictive Substances Work
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by Chris Scott
1y ago
In episode 293 of the Elevation Recovery Podcast, Matt Finch discusses the ways that addictive substances such as alcohol and drugs work in our bodies in order to create a sense of euphoria. He cites the book Buzzed: The Straight Facts About the Most Used and Abused Drugs from Alcohol to Ecstasy for more information.  Links to Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Buzzed: The Straight Facts About the Most Used and Abused Drugs from Alcohol to Ecstasy Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0 BioRebalance Restore Here are some ways to learn from this episode: Watch the video Listen to the audio Read t ..read more
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