7 Weeks To Sobriety is an Alcoholism Self Treatment Manual Filled With Many Insights From HRC’s Alcoholism Treatment Program
This breakthrough self-treatment program is designed to take the alcoholic from addiction to sobriety in just 7 weeks. Based on the format Dr. Larson uses at the Health Recovery Center in Minneapolis , the program’s premise is that psychological problems, i.e. unstable moods don’t lead to alcoholism; it is through the heavy use of alcohol and the subsequent disruption of brain chemistry, that psychological problems are created. Thus, treatment involves physical intervention to shut down cravings and repair the alcohol-induced carnage affecting the brain/body. Seven Weeks to Sobriety teaches how to:
- Determine if you are alcoholic and what chemistry type you are.
- Discover how to break your addiction with minimal discomfort.
- Use our alcoholism addiction treatment to replace key natural chemicals, not drugs, to eliminate such alcohol-induced symptoms as: anxiety, depression, insomnia, cravings, and unstable mood swings.
Integrate the seven week program into your own life to guarantee a stable alcohol-free future.
Seven Weeks To Sobriety is currently being used as a textbook by the state of California in continuing education classes for nurses. In addition, many treatment centers across the country have also realized the value of this book and have started to incorporate its ideas into their own programs.
The beauty of this book, however, is that it lays out a do-it-yourself approach for Alcoholism Addiction Treatment based on biochemical repair protocols developed at Health Recovery Center .
Based on Worldwide Scientific Knowledge
(Complete with an appendix of references)
“Should be read by anyone and everyone concerned by the epidemic of alcoholism in America today.”
-William G. Crook, M.D., Author of the “Yeast Connection”
“The present and the future of alcoholism treatment will revolve around the principles found in this book.”
-Joseph D. Beasley, M.D.
“A clear logical, guilt relieving book.”
-Lendon H. Smith, M.D.
“Comprehensive, rational and personal, It supplies much of what is missing in traditional approaches to alcoholic rehabilitation. I believe this book can save lives.”
-Leo Galland, M.D.