Living with mental health challenges and living with someone with mental health challenges can be stressful at best. I have had both experiences, had alcohol father and brother. Life was hellish, at least said. My response was to collapse in the abyss of depression, anxiety and psychosis. In the search for healing, I have come across another platform for recovery. It's called a brainwashing. I think there is high hope of addiction and mental health problems in this healing.
There is a great deal of discussion about brain involvement in ethical and health issues. I call alcoholic problems because of illness because it creates physiological, emotional, and mental health challenges for alcoholics and families. New evidence indicates the link between brain activity and the presence of drugs and mental illness. The question is – "Did my brain do it?" In view of the experience of obsession, obsession and psychosis, I point out the effectiveness of my treatment in terms of relief. After just eight meetings, I watched three obsessive-compulsive behaviors with minimal effort from me. I had responded to this for more than fifty years. I have experienced hope of addiction and mental health.
I have had this experience and can now come into contact with my father and brother and come to the point of true forgiveness. Both of them tried to stop drinking many times and control it only with the threat of death. What if they had this type of treatment early? It is possible that they could have stopped much sooner and with much more ease. A lot of pain in the family might have been avoided. It is in their memory that I provide this information alongside. They could also experience hope of addiction and mental health.
The resurrection of the heart can also help with extreme fluctuations. Both my father and brother had explosives. This alone can cause abnormal brain waves in family members, especially young children. Thank God for the hope of recovery from addiction and mental health in the form of medicines, vitamins, and cerebral cortex.
Obviously, hyperactivity in certain areas of the brain can prevent addiction, depression, brain shock and even psychosis.
I have written previous articles about making healthy choices. Although this is necessary, I believe that healing healing can help make those healthy choices. With the reuptake of the brain, hope for recovery from addiction and mental health can increase exponentially.
Statistics are published. In Texas, for example, there has been about 85% success in drug abuse in state-owned companies. Fifty five percent of those who have undergone treatments have not proved addictive behavior. Think of relief this leads to individuals, families and communities.
I am pleased that I have chosen brain surgery and have experienced the hope of addiction and mental health recovery.