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Is Overeating an Addiction?

Is Overeating an Addiction?

People dealing with obesity can now benefit from bariatric surgery. This specialized procedure is only offered for those patients who are morbidly obese, and need to have this surgery to avoid life-threatening complications. Not all overweight people can choose to have this surgery though since it is a major procedure that presents significant Read more
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Escaping from Drug Addiction through Professionally-Assisted Withdrawal

Escaping from Drug Addiction through Professionally-Assisted Withdrawal

Check out the statistics; almost 12 percent of young Americans aged 18 years old are now addicted to illicit drugs and approximately 27 million Americans use illicit drugs regularly. Results of the 2001 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse and Addiction revealed that while millions of Americans habitually smoke pot, drink alcohol, snort Read more
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Eliminating Your Addiction With Self-Help Tapes Asap!

Eliminating Your Addiction With Self-Help Tapes Asap!

Self improvement tapes help you to achieve your goal of quitting by detailed instructions. Full audio support can make a difference when you dont have the time for lengthy therapy sessions and just dont have the privilege of affording them. I have included some of the datas which the tapes features and what it could […] Read more
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Break Free from Drug Addiction

Break Free from Drug Addiction

Death is nearly always accompanied with questions. Whether we are facing our own death or the death of someone we love, we seek for answers. But people seek answers differently. Some people ask for guidance, attend counseling sessions, go to bible studies, or seek support groups that would help them cope with a loss of […] Read more
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Beyond Fear And Addiction: Six Steps To Healing

Beyond Fear And Addiction: Six Steps To Healing

There is a wonderful anachronism for FEAR: False Evidence Appearing Real Much of the fear in our lives is based on false evidence. Our bodies are designed to respond with the fight or flight mechanism to real and present danger – such as being physically attacked. In the face of real and present danger, the […] Read more
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