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Exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication

Exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication: Being objective in dealing with addiction

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Exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication

Because complications relating to drugs addiction are not going to go away anytime soon going by the various statistics gathered from research documents, we need to up our sleeves into bringing this ghost of addiction to manageable levels. That would therefore means that no stone must not be left unturned and everyone must be brought on board for the operation to be successful. For that reason, AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury who is a veteran addiction expert of several decades is going to share with us in depth about exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication from our societies. This is very important not just to the direct victims of substance abuse but even to their loved ones who are equally affected even if it is indirectly. We are therefore going to us this article to conclude on the two elements we did not handle while discussing on the topic “medical nutrition therapy for substance abuse” in our previous article. The two elements we want to address include:

  • Weight management and eating disorders and
  • Pharmacotherapy

Exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication: Weight Management and Eating Disorders

According to the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, the problems that are associated with weight management are common nutritional concern related to substance abuse. In the same discipline detoxification programs are commonly seen to be leading to weight gain, as addicts being taken through the process often turn to food instead of their drugs of choice. Besides that biochemical changes also result in increased appetite and a preference for highly palatable foods, and confusion in hunger/fullness cues arise. However, for some, weight gain is important due to significant protein-energy malnutrition and low BMI as a result of substance use. Doctor Akoury is raising concern that increased consumption of lots of calories and weight if not managed properly can lead to other devastating health complications including obesity, diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease, therefore it is very important that professionals in this discipline should monitor and counsel patients on healthful eating and weight management and that is what doctor Akoury and her team of experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center are doing relentlessly in giving their contribution towards fighting the scourge of addiction from our systems.

While in treatment, most patients reduce their levels of exercise either due to lack of time, the program structure, or lack of motivation. Increased abnormal liver tests are common in re-feeding among hospitalized drug addicts, which is theorized to be caused by a lack of exercise and increase in weight. According to a study conducted by the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, it was established that the daily weight change had a significant positive correlation with changes in serum alanine transaminase or aspartate aminotransferase concentrations from admission to discharge. Experts can therefore help in monitoring weight gain and laboratory results primarily to identify patient goals for achieving or maintaining a healthy weight. They can also work with professionals including the families and relatives of the victims to develop exercise programs during and after treatment that can help to level patients’ liver enzymes and manage their weight.

Doctor Akoury is of the opinion that with the high prevalence of eating disorders in the substance abuse population, care must be taken in making recommendations for weight management to ensure they aren’t too restrictive and weight gain or loss is monitored and steady. It is a point of great concern that up to 72% of women who are below 30 years of age and are struggling with alcoholism have eating disorder problems and besides that, other substances such as cocaine are associated with a higher prevalence of eating disorders, it is therefore very important that careful attention and precautions be taken when working with these populations.

Exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication: Pharmacotherapy

The next element of discussion is the pharmacotherapy which is a common component of addiction treatment. While exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication, it is important to note that these medications are intended to improve mood stability and recovery success and to assist with any medical or mental health problems resulting from or co-occurring with detoxification. When exploring this working with experts is very important because they can help in the management of any nutritional implications of these medications says doctor Dalal Akoury.

According to the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, medication-assisted treatment for substance abuse has been effective for alcohol and opioid dependence immensely. It’s important for dietitians to be familiar with these common medications, because the side effects may influence patients’ nutritional status. Alongside that, dietitians need to be cautious when recommending supplementation in this population due to addicts’ quick-fix mindset and already-taxed bodies. Taking cognizance that a damaged liver may not be able to correctly process certain supplements, and the supplements may ultimately have a negative impact on liver health. And that not with-standing nonetheless, and according to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health it was suggested that a common over-the-counter herbal supplement, N-acetylcysteine, can reduce the cravings of cocaine and heroin addicts and possibly alcoholics during withdrawal.

Finally Naltrexone (ReVia, Vivitrol, Depade), disulfiram (Antabuse), and acamprosate calcium (Campral) are used to treat alcoholism. Naltrexone, which also has been used with opiate and narcotic dependence, may cause anorexia, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. Disulfiram may cause nausea and vomiting, and if patients ingest alcohol, they will become very ill. Therefore, care must be taken to ensure that all traces of alcohol are eliminated from patients’ diets, including any that may be used in recipes. Acamprosate calcium may cause an increase in appetite, increased weight, and taste changes. Dietitians should take note of these side effects and work with patients to identify ways to promote adequate nutritional intake. With all these worthy points about exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication, if you still have any area of concern that you need to be clarified, you can schedule for an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury for a one on one professional touch today and you will never be the same again there-after.

Exploring nutritional therapy for substance abuse eradication: Being objective in dealing with addiction

 

 

 

 

 

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Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally

Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally: Complete de-registration of substance abuse

Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally

Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally can be very instrumental in eradicating in its entirely all the problens that are associated with drug addiction that causes a lot of harm to this generation.

In management all over the world, good managers do not just spend time for the current running events but also offer a provision for the aftermath of the event. This has been seen to be a serious setback in many organizations if not managed properly. Experts are now confirming that setbacks of failure to properly offer provisions for the aftermath of any event can ruin the success which may have been delivered from the beginning. Just like in the management of a business or an event, it is also very important that when administering treatment to any patient, careful attention must be taken to address any unforeseen eventualities on, during and after treatment. When it comes to the management of drug addiction, identification of the problem and acknowledgement come first then treatment and putting systems that will deal with any complications that may arise after treatment period. Therefore owing to the nature of this problem, we want to explore on the possible intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally so that any treatment done does not disintegrate to further addiction. To take us through this discussion, we are going to relay on the expert opinions of professionals from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury (MD) who is also the founder of the establishment. To start the discussion doctor Akoury says that when it comes to the in all the setbacks that we may have cravings for the substance one was using before treatment is one of the most disturbing one and this is what we want to start with as we progress into the discussion.

Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally: Keep triggers and cravings in check

From the several studies professionally done on this subject, it has been established that in the quest of finding solutions to drug addiction, two problems are seen as the most outstanding obstacles. At the initial stages the first obstacle is that of denial. Many people are living in denial and they are not willing to acknowledge that they have a problem that needs to be fixed. In the process of their denial, the intensity of their addiction to the substances they are abusing increases such that by the time treatment commences, it becomes very difficult to help them owing to the magnitude of the damage done. Besides the hurdles faced at the initial stages, the other technicality comes at the end of the process when the patient is either progressing well with their recovery program or are fully recovered from their addiction. We are addressing the problem of craving for the drug and so doctor Akoury registers her professional opinion that “while getting sober from drugs is an important first step, it’s only the beginning of the recovery process.” She says that once sobriety is achieved, the next step is to allow the brain to recover and rebuild connections that have changed while addicted. This is likely to take some time and it is during this time that the drug cravings can be so intense to the point of getting out of hand overwhelmingly. Doctor Akoury gives several measures that an individual can take to contain the situation and she advises that at this point you can support your continued sobriety by making a conscious effort to avoid people, places, and situations that trigger the urge to use as follows:

Seek to find new friends and make a break from old drug friends – For you to see the fruits of your recovery it is important that you don’t make the mistake of hanging out with old friends who are still doing drugs. They will cause you a lot of harm and before you know it you will be back to your old habits. Therefore it is necessary that you surround yourself with people who support your sobriety, not those who tempt and tice you to slip back into old, destructive habits.

Avoid bars and clubs – Alcohol is very addictive and therefore even if you don’t have a problem with alcohol any more, don’t feel that you are strong and can resist the temptation to sip when meeting friends, in other words keep serious distance to social places like bars and clubs where alcoholic beverages are sold. Remember that drinking lowers inhibitions and impairs judgment, which can easily lead to relapse. Drugs are often readily available and the temptation to use can be overpowering. And besides that it is also important that you avoid any other environments and situations that you associate with drug use.

Be up front about your history of drug use when seeking medical treatment – This is very important says doctor Akoury that anytime you are due or you are in need of a medical or dental procedure done on you, be open and discuss freely with your physician all you know about your history and most importantly find a provider who will work with you in either prescribing alternatives or the absolute minimum medication necessary. Take note of this that this is not the time for you to be ashamed or feel humiliated about your previous drug use. The more you open up to your health provider the better help you will get from them. So don’t withhold open up and allow yourself to be helped.

Use caution with prescription drugs – Stay away from prescription drugs with the potential for abuse or use only when necessary and with extreme caution. Drugs with a high abuse potential include painkillers, sleeping pills, and anti-anxiety medication.

Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally: Consistency in sobriety

When you have understood the magnitude of cravings, it then becomes easier for you to pick up the pieces and move on. That is why it is always very necessary that as soon as you are out of the rehabilitation centre, you must always keep in constant consultation with your physician so that when there is any reason of relapse immediate action can be taken to remedy the situation before it deteriorates into more heart breaking situations. And in that regard I want to prevail upon you and beseech you not to relent in your desire to remain sober. Never give up even if you relapse from time to time. Remember that it is not a crime to relapse but how you handle yourself in such situations is what matters most. Therefore always consult with experts from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center from time to time so that any cropping damage can be arrested and dealt with in good time.

Intelligent ways of containing drug addiction professionally: Complete deregistration of substance abuse

 

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Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction: When food becomes a problem instead of a source of energy

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction is very real in the sense that both if not addressed in good time, can lead to serious and life threatening complications.

Is it really true that people can be addicted to food? If we need food to supply the energy we need in the body then does it make sense to insinuate that food can be very addictive? This is what we want to interrogate in this case study of understanding connections between obesity and food addiction. In the past we have been making reference to addiction as a dependence on any substance that causes the affected individual to feel powerless to stop. And because of this fact, millions around the world are today struggling with addictions problems, and surprisingly food addiction is among one of the most common forms of addiction that doctor Dalal Akoury (MD) and founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center is going to help us rediscover as we progress into the discussion. Several studies have established that nearly 80% of gastric bypass pre-surgical patients suffer from food addiction. These studies, along with those of other investigators, also found that the behavioral biochemical causes and effects underlying food addiction are nearly identical to those of other self-destructive addictions.

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction: Turning to food to cope with feelings of low self-worth

One of the most common behavioral characteristic of people who are suffering from self-destructive addictions is the feeling of not being good enough. The feelings of low self-worth in turn may cause a poor self-image, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, a need to over achieve and an intense and chronic fear of failure. These are not experiences that are not conducive for life and must not be given space to grow. Measures must be taken to prevent them however if they are already with us, then immediate treatment solution must be taken professionally. If you are struggling with any kind of addiction, you must never demine yourself for being in such situation instead you need to seek for help by calling doctor Dalal Akoury to schedule for an appointment so that your problem can be dealt with professionally in good time.

It is regrettable that some of the problems we have with addiction are society based. Studies have established that as a society, we have set certain unattainable standards which are very unreasonable and unrealistic for worthiness. So whenever one is not able to meet such they feel belittled and this is seen as of great impact to the addicts who are not only suffering from the negative feelings about themselves but are also struggling with the element of stress and failure to develop the stress coping skills or strategies. The dangers comes in the sense that instead of confronting life stressors directly or finding healthier ways to manage emotions such as through exercise, journaling, relaxation, spiritual care, therapy etc., the “addict” often seeks to avoid unpleasant feelings by eating, drinking alcohol, smoking, using drugs, gambling and various other ways of escaping from reality.

Doctor Akoury is reporting that according to one collaborative study it was established that more than 90% of pre-surgical morbidly obese patients use avoidance stress coping behavior to handle emotions, seeking comfort from negative feelings and stressful situations through the use and sometimes the abuse of food. And remember that there are strong associations between avoidance coping behavior, food addiction and lack of control over eating, with most food addicts feeling that they have no control over their addiction in spite of having complete knowledge of its negative social and health consequences. Nonetheless they compassionately recognize the adverse effects the addiction has on friends, family, and self, but feel powerless over such behavior. This generates feelings of guilt and remorse thereby worsening the addictions and setting in motion a vicious cycle of avoidance and abuse.

According to the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, negative feelings toward self, remorse, guilt and inappropriate stress coping behavior is likely to cause neurochemical changes within the brain which can adversely influence mood and cause a physical dependency for the addictive substance. These neurochemical defects occur in the limbic system of the brain, the area of the brain responsible for controlling moods and basic functions such as eating.

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction: The Body’s Stress Response

When individuals are confronted with stressful situations, specific hormones are produced, which help the body to cope with the situation. One of the body’s stress response pathways, known as the limbic-hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (LHPA) axis, generates a series of brain hormones that eventually lead to production of cortisol by the adrenal gland. Cortisol helps to make available more sugar to the brain and other parts of the body to help cope with the stressful event.

Individuals who are under chronic stress (including those who have constant negative feelings of self) have an overactive LHPA axis. Hyperactivity of this axis has been reported in individuals who are obese as well as alcoholics, drug users, smokers and victims of early abuse or trauma. Elevated cortisol levels on an ongoing basis are not only harmful to health, but also harmful to mood. It can cause depression. It also affects mood by interfering with the actions of one of the brain’s major messengers, serotonin. Serotonin defects cause depression and anxiety. Many alcoholics, smokers, drug addicts and obese individuals suffer from depression and anxiety. Nicotine, alcohol and certain drugs increase serotonin activities and temporarily improve mood. These addictions are a means of self-medication.

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction: Food as Medication

Carbohydrates also raise serotonin levels and enhance mood temporarily. Studies have shown that the majority of individuals who are obese crave for carbohydrates. Low serotonin and stress induced activation of the LHPA axis are also known to increase the risk for substance abuse and food addiction through another feel good pathway, the dopamine reward system.

The pleasure derived from substances such as alcohol, nicotine and certain drugs are, in part, due to the stimulation of dopamine. Eating foods high in sugar, fat or even the smell or taste of an individual’s favorite food activates the dopamine reward system, producing pleasure and satisfaction. Frequent use of addictive substances, such as nicotine, alcohol and food, reduces the pleasurable effects of the dopamine reward system so that more and more of the substance is required to derive satisfaction. Therefore to be safe if this description suits you, then you need to seek for help now by consulting with the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury and all your addiction problems will be addressed professionally leaving you comfortable and healthy to live your life to the fullest.

Understanding connections between obesity and food addiction: When food becomes a problem instead of a source of energy

 

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Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction: Risk and reward that trigger for the release of dopamine

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction must never be ignored since it forma part of finding the solution

Dopamine is neurotransmitter in the brain that plays vital roles in a variety of different behaviors. The major behaviors dopamine affects are movement, cognition, pleasure, and motivation. Dopamine is an essential component of the basal ganglia motor loop, as well as the neurotransmitter responsible for controlling the exchange of information from one brain area to another. However, it is the role that dopamine plays in pleasure and motivation that attracts the most neurobiologists attention. And that is why our discussion is focusing on dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction in this article. We would appreciate if you can stay with us on the link so that together we can learn and take action where necessary in order to defeat addiction. Nonetheless for a better understanding of this topic, we are going to be relying on the expert opinion of doctor Dalal Akoury (MD) who is also the founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center. This is a facility that she founded primarily to make a difference in the life of people who are suffering from the various forms of drug addiction which is very rampant in the current societies we live in.

For better understanding of this point doctor Dalal Akoury says that in certain areas of the brain when dopamine is released it gives one the feeling of pleasure or satisfaction. These feelings of satisfaction become desired, and the person will grow a desire for the satisfaction. To satisfy that desire the person will repeat behaviors that cause the release of dopamine. For example food and sex release dopamine. That is why people want food even though their body does not need it and why people sometimes need sex. These two behaviors scientifically make sense since the body needs food to survive, and humans need to have sex to allow the race to survive. However, other, less natural behaviors have the same effect on one’s dopamine levels, and at times can even be more powerful. Often these behaviors can result in addiction due to their effect on dopamine, and that addiction can have negative effects on a person’s well-being.

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction: Cocaine

Cocaine is by far the more severe in relation to other substances in terms of addiction. Cocaine chemically inhibits the natural dopamine cycle. Normally, after dopamine is released, it is recycled back into a dopamine transmitting neuron. However, cocaine binds to the dopamine, and does not allow it to be recycled. Thus there is a buildup of dopamine, and it floods certain neural areas. The flood ends after about 30 minutes, and the person is left yearning to feel as he or she once did. That is how the addiction begins and with time adaptation builds up due to the fact that the person is consistently behaving in the same way that he or she had the first time. However, the individual cannot, because dopamine is also released when something pleasurable yet unexpected occurs. During the first time, the person expects the effect, thus less dopamine is released, and the experience is less satisfying. This cause explains why gambling releases dopamine.

Many studies have been done which targeted neural response to rewards. The findings were in agreement that when one performed an action repeatedly, and is given a reward randomly, the dopamine levels rises. If the reward is administered for example every four times the action was performed, the dopamine levels remained constant. Whereas when no reward is given dopamine levels dropped. These random rewards can be seen in gambling and since the outcome is based on chance, one may not know prior if he or she will win. Therefore, if he or she wins, dopamine levels increases. However, unlike cocaine, gambling causes addiction in relatively low levels of participants. This is because Cocaine’s chemical input is much more influential on dopamine levels than gambling’s behavioral input meaning that only people whose dopamine levels are low, become addicted to gambling.

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction: Variance in dopamine levels

This is may be due to genetics, environment related or a combination of factors. A study concluded that pathological gamblers most often experienced traumatizing experiences when they were younger. Since most people who became addicted to gambling have low dopamine levels, and also that same group usually has endured a traumatic experience, it was concluded the overall dopamine levels can change due to environmental factors. This supports the opinion that both the mind and the brain can change due to environmental factors. However in yet another study it was established that a gene related to dopamine is sported twice as often in pathological gamblers than non-gamblers. To this effect, doctor Akoury says that this view seems to supports the observation that dopamine levels are genetic. We can therefore come up with two possible observations. Either both genetics and environmental factors affects ones brain anatomy and mind simultaneously, or that environmental factors can affect genes which in turn affect ones brain and mind.

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction: Why is risk and reward a trigger for the release of dopamine?

It’s scientifically logical that sex and food release dopamine, because they are essential for the life of human beings. Risk and reward are not.  It is believed that everything happens for a reason; meaning, there must be a scientific explanation for the increase of dopamine levels as a result of risk and reward. Like for instance the human race is different from other species on this planet not only by its ability to reason, but also its ability to create and be innovative. Therefore nature dictates that humans are creative and innovative, and for this to happen a person should have some level of satisfaction when one accomplishes an innovation. Doctor Akoury agrees that for one to accomplish an innovation he/she must take certain risks. It is risky to try to do something that no other being on earth has ever accomplished. Therefore, there must be a reward other than material that one gets when he or she accomplishes the innovation, otherwise that person would not take the risk. The reward here is the release of dopamine and the feeling of satisfaction. The problem with this process is that not only can one be satisfied after a major risk and accomplishment, but that one can also be satisfied through constant minute risks and accomplishments.

The feeling of satisfaction that dopamine exhibits are so strong that one can often lose his or her ability to reason in order to achieve satisfaction. It is that unconscious state of mind that takes over and begins to make certain decisions. The brain develops neural circuits that unconsciously assess reward. Since dopamine plays an active role in these circuits, people will act in what they think is in their best interest, when in fact the only interest it satisfies is the release of dopamine. This can be exemplified in gambling where one insists on gambling even though he or she knows that the odds are against them. Finally we appreciate that there is a lot of scientific explanations in this topic which may not be very clear to many people and if you are one of them then we are more than ready at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center to listen and help you be on the know. All you have to do is to call doctor Dalal Akoury (MD) who is also the founder of the facility for an appointment and all your concerns will be addressed professionally.

Dopamine the neurotransmitter role in drug addiction: Risk and reward that trigger for the release of dopamine

 

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The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction

The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction: The devastation of drugs on sexual life

The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction

The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction can be addressed by focusing on the measures to discontinue the cycle of addiction

One of the reasons why people and particularly those in marriages suffer in silence is because of cultural practices surrounding sex and other matters rotating around sexual relationships. Over the years sex was not spoken about for various reasons and this has escalated to even this century where there is a lot of embarrassment in some places. Even though people are now days deviating from the old practices where discussions about sex was almost a taboo, the inferiority that was there then about discussions on sexual matters still live with us. I don’t know what is happening in your community if you’re still not able to talk freely about sex or things have changed, but one very important fact is that there are a lot of frustrations in relationships and families because of sexual dissatisfaction from or by either party. It is regrettable that most relationship that feels the pain most is those whose sexual partners are misusing drugs and alcohol. And because sex is supposed to be enjoyed by the people (male and female) who have mutual agreement to do so there must be no limitations from whatever direction. And having identified alcohol and drugs as some of the impediments to sexual satisfactions, we want to focus our discussion on the association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction.

Sex is supposed to be enjoyed by the people who have mutually agreed to have it done. The feelings must be mutual and the parties to it must be sober and in good state of mind for the action. Much as these are supposed to be the primary procedures quite often many people are going into sex intoxicated with alcohol and drugs beating the whole essence of mutual understanding begging the question as to whether in such circumstances sex will be fulfilling or not. And in addiction to that both the print and electronic media have reported on drugs, sex and rock and roll to appear to be attractive and glamorous yet addiction is fatal and can take serious tall on people’s sexual health. In many cases says doctor Dalal Akoury, sexual dysfunction or promiscuity will drive people to self-medicate with alcohol, across the counter prescription drugs, and other dangerous substances. Addicts who complete drug rehab are also prone to developing new addictions to sex and unhealthy relationships which is hazardous to the society. Coupled with all these reasons, it is very important that we take time to address the issues surrounding sexual relations and drug addiction explicitly so that we anyone who is struggling with an addiction can benefit through professional treatment that delivers total recovery and a more fulfilling life thereafter.

The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction: Drug abuse and sexual health

Despite their euphoric effects that are commonly associated with drugs and alcohol, these substances can also have severe consequences for people’s sexual performance and desires. Some of the most common problems of frequent drinkers and drug users may include the following:

Low Libido

The effects of drugs on their users’ will often cause hormonal balances; drugs can destroy people’s sex drives. Like for example, alcohol and marijuana for example are known to reduce testosterone which is the most important hormone in regulating men’s libidos. Cocaine, meth, and other stimulants can also cause a rise in cortisol. Remember that cortisol is a stress hormone which causes the body to switch to starvation mode, prioritizing weight gain and low energy consumption over sex and reproduction.

The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction: Poor Performance

Testosterone-lowering drugs can cause erectile dysfunction, leading to poor performance or none at all in the bedroom an occurrence which can be very embracing to all affected men. ED can also occur from the circulatory problems caused by cocaine and other drugs that raise blood pressure. Even when these specific problems aren’t present, the stresses of addiction can destroy both men and women’s sexual performance. As I have said before sex is supposed to be pleasant and enjoyable by both partners, none should feel less functional and inadequate because of sex related problems.

We are privileged these days because of the advancement of technology and education. If this article is describing your condition then I want to encourage you that all is not lost because doctor Akoury is offering lasting solutions to conditions like this. Men who are experiencing ED are receiving treatment from this able experts who administers Priapus Shot ® a natural and friendly new method of correcting the sexual dysfunctions resulting from ED. All you need to do on your part if you or anybody you know is suffering from problem of this magnitude is to make that very important call to doctor Dalal Akoury and schedule for a one on one appointment with her in total confidence and in a record time she will attend to your problem with a lot of professionalism.

Besides the problem of sexual dissatisfaction, there is also this problem of addiction, it may not matter which one is bothering you because if they do, it can be very frustrating and demining. Nonetheless when it comes to substance abuse, doctor Akoury is equally relevant in this discipline. She is one of the well-respected addiction experts of our time and most importantly is that she has a passion in helping her clients get their lives back at a very minimal cost yet she delivers absolute quality healthcare to all her patients with a lot of love and care. Your condition will be very safe in her care and with just a short time; you will have your life back enjoying it to the fullest. The question that many may be asking is that who is this highly talked about professional? If you do then wait no longer because in her over two decade of service to the people globally, doctor Akoury made a decision to create a medical center (AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center) with the sole objective to transform each individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to find their own inner healing power. It will also interest you to note that Dr. Akoury’s practice focuses on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms. It therefore means that your condition will be very safe and your portion in all this arrangement is to present yourself before the expert and the rest will be history.

Loss of Interest

Some heroin addicts claim that getting high is better than sex. Brain scans have even confirmed that the pleasure-inducing dopamine response to drugs is far stronger than sexual arousal. People who abuse powerful narcotics often lose all interest in sex, craving only the more intense feelings they get while high.

The association of sexual dissatisfaction with addiction: The devastation of drugs on sexual life

 

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