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drug addict
It’s got no claws or suckers but if it gets a hold of you,

you’ll need an external intervention to escape its very firm grip.

Many have strayed along its path never to find their way back,

yet many still keep getting lost every single day…

One begins to wonder why people still willingly go down this road of steep decline despite its evidenced effects in the lives of its victims. Although so much has been done in an attempt to knock out this hideous monster which seems to be an engulfing flood intent on eroding away the values and ideals of organized society, yet the story gets more worrisome each day.
The average drug abuser can’t explain how he/she got so knee deep in the habit, but if you ask around about what they stand to gain, the overwhelming answer will be the altered state of perception they experience when under its influence which according to them is incomparable to any other feeling that could be humanly experienced. Some even claim to draw inspiration from the world beyond when in that state. Others say they are into it because it gives good appetite and helps them sleep well. Whatever the reason may be for indulging in it, one thing remains a common factor to all illicit drug users which is their inability to function effectively without them. This in turn leads to a heavy dependence on these hard drugs with its attendant debilitating side effects.

There is a refreshingly safe, healthy and highly effective way out

It is through Audio-visual entrainment therapy. This therapy is one sure way out of the dark maze of drug addiction. It serves as a fantastic alternative to enjoy all the “good feelings” sought after by illicit drug users. Audio-visual entrainment therapy is aimed at training an individual’s brainwaves into desired states. Its protocols range from Energizer, Calmness, Brain Booster, Sleep, Mood Booster and more. There is so much to benefit from Audio-visual entrainment therapy and it’s also the best thing that can happen to anyone ready for recovery.

Here are some benefits of Audio-visual entrainment therapyDAVID-Delight-Nederland-2

  • It induces calmness
  • Improves alertness/attention
  • Reduces hyperactivity
  • Improves assimilation
  • Relieves stress
  • Serves as an energy booster
  • Enhances concentration
  • Improves mood thereby eliminating depression
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Improves memory
  • Eliminates anxiety
  • Improves performance (sports, academics and work)
  • Clears mental fogginess and improves mental clarity

All these benefits come with the added advantage of it being non-invasive, painless and cost effective without any risk of health related complications.

Truly, Audio-visual entrainment therapy is a tool to promote well being and the addict’s answer to their search for a way out.

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The Next Fix

NF 1It all starts with an innocent introduction to something new, something different from the usual and a way of escape from reality. It feels really good at first then you begin to need more and more of it… until you eventually realize that you cannot live without it and you’ll do anything to get the next fix.

Life offers so many things that can bring pleasure to us, food, drinks, games, shopping, sex, money and others. However, when we begin to abuse them, we are simply setting ourselves up for grave danger. To abuse something literally means to have an “Abnormal usage” of it. This implies that the same things that can bring you so much pleasure can destroy you when misused or when used abnormally.

You may enjoy doing certain things a whole lot but when your “need” for it becomes abnormal and interferes with your normal functioning, relationships & overall wellbeing, then it becomes an addiction.

“Without it you are not okay”

“If only you get it now, you will be fine again”

“Just one more, then another and yet another…”

NF 2It becomes addictive when “you cannot help it”. It somewhat over powers your will/ability to stop it and makes it difficult for you to function normally without it.

The reason why addicts always want more or a higher quantity is because their bodies develop dependence on the substance of abuse and because they want to constantly live in the euphoria as they may be unable to face reality.

From a Neuropsychological perspective, substance abusers seek to constantly alter their brain waves to become calmer, relaxed, focused, energetic, gain a sense of importance etc. by introducing substances  that are detrimental to their brain functions and overall health.  

Addiction creeps upon people slowly with enticing feelings of satisfaction but with wreckage on the long run. Search yourself, are you unknowingly addicted to something or becoming addicted to something? Find help at

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