Do you struggle with addictive behaviors, or fear you have an addictive personality?
Are you concerned about a loved one who exhibits symptoms of addiction, such as:
- secretive behavior
- vague excuses
- increased defensiveness
- emotional volatility
Maybe your life is a mess and you can’t figure out why. Perhaps you feel like your life is controlled by other things, rather than your own intentions and goals.
You may have even conquered an addiction—but now it’s back.
Nobody is spared of addictive tendencies. Sometimes addictions take familiar, obvious forms, with habits involving drugs or alcohol.
Sometimes it’s gambling, pornography, food, or even media.
You can even get addicted to work or a certain activity. Anything that involves repeated use can create a disruptive habit in your life.
But we’re not here to strike fear within. We’re here to talk about how there’s hope!
And this hope for freedom costs nothing, except 30 minutes of your time to get started.
Attend this FREE Online Seminar
The Achilles Heel of Habit-Breaking
As a physician at a residential lifestyle center, I worked in many special programs devoted to overcoming the most persistent addictions. And while we had many successes, there were many who came for return visits to the program.
What’s interesting is that we could often predict who would return. It was usually those who would not consider making changes in other parts of their lives, and who only focused on removing the addictive behavior.
Think about it. When do you engage in your addictive behavior?
It’s not an isolated event. It’s usually in response to a certain emotion or stimulus that can create a high-risk situation, such as:
- Heightened stress
- Hunger, or other feelings of deprivation
This is the key to the addiction’s success. It remains in control because it’s woven into the web of your lifestyle. And it makes perfect sense—you want your fix when you’re feeling down.
That’s why programs that focus solely on the dangers of the addiction, or of primarily removing the addictive behavior, can only work temporarily.
And That’s Why THIS Program Works
Decisions and willpower are essential components in addiction recovery, but everyone needs support. Fighting compulsions often has to do with brain chemicals and neural pathways, and a simple (though emphatic!) resolution often won’t cut it.
But LifeStart approaches ALL the elements of lifestyle and wellness. This type of holistic approach is the only way to ensure success in breaking free of addiction.
Maybe you think this sounds like a roundabout technique, but I doubt you would want to pass up a free resource that can only change your life for the better! Find out how LifeStart succeeds by it covering all the bases.
That’s right—you can reprogram your brain to create new, healthier enjoyments that replace your addictive behaviors and rob them of their control over you. YOU can now be in the driver’s seat of your own life.
I can’t think of anyone that doesn’t want control over their life. And it’s easier to attain than you think. I’ve seen it work for many, many people.
Of course, this program is not meant to replace a health professional. Especially if you have a serious addiction to dangerous substances, it’s important to connect with a doctor or counselor.
I’m a board-certified specialist in preventive medicine and internal medicine. I’ve helped numerous people overcome their addictions naturally by implementing simple yet intentional, strategic changes in their habits and gradually gain the victory over their vices.
You can sign up to attend this seminar online in the comfort of your own home. For best results, however, I recommend you connect with a local support center and surround yourself with a community of supportive peers. Click here to get started, and to gain access to the accompanying resources and study guide.
Whichever you choose, you can be confident that this highly informative and empowering resource is based on proven medical facts and psychological evidence that have yielded positive and inspiring results.
Don’t miss this opportunity to regain your power over destructive habits. Free the real you that may have been trapped under this addiction for some time.