About CourseThis course is designed to help you restore the much-needed quality of life by employing natural remedies and the eight laws of health as also known by the acronym NEWSTART: Nutrition, Exercise, Water, Sunshine, Temperance, Air, Rest, Trust in Divine Power.
STOP SMOKING PROGRAMME
Drug detox can be incredibly uncomfortable. Because the body is going through some significant changes when coming off of drugs, it is important to try to nourish it the best you can.
Detox is a different process for everyone, but it is possible that certain foods can aid in the comfort level, and the amount of time it takes your body to bounce back when coming off of drugs.
- Treatment is more effective if the client is willing to engage
- Intervention is better than nothing
- Make your own choice, not just to please the facilitator
- Be open and motivated to change.
The Negative Nutritional Impacts of Drugs and Alcohol
Drugs and alcohol won’t provide the best nutritional value to your diet. According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Alcoholism is known to impair your body’s digestive enzymes as well as its control over glucose levels, among multiple other nutritional deficiencies. Opioid abuse may also result in slower digestion that can lead to constipation. Many stimulants often lead to eating disorders as well as create negative side effects like insomnia, anxiety and malnutrition.
Performing a Full-Body Cleanse
There is no way to completely avoid toxins. There are simply too many sources – contaminants in food and water, junk food, stress, second-hand smoke, vehicle emissions, pesticides, pollution, etc. Maintaining a diet high in detox foods is one of the best ways to maintain overall health. However, with even the best diet, toxins creep in. I recommend performing a full body cleanse at least twice a year. You can boost your cleansing efforts by following the Body Cleanse Diet. The first step to any full body detox is a thorough colon cleanse.
What Will I Learn?
- To define substance use and abuse
- To define substance dependency
- A step by step journey to take as an individual to quit smoking and other addictions