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Research has found that there are electro-physiological deficits in the brains of alcoholics
Not just in alcoholics but in their progeny, suggesting that electro-physiological deficits exist even before alcohol consumption in the children of people who drink alcohol
Drug taking changes the brains magnetic and electrical systems impacting on the body’s nervous system to produce a high
With long-term use they act to devitalise the body, having a seriously damaging effect on the vital life force, further reinforcing the need to take the drug
Low magnetic levels in the brain and body are caused by deficiencies of folic acid, zinc, thiamine and other nutrients
The western based meat diet is largely responsible. It is nutritionally inadequate in terms of antidioxant vitamins and minerals, and deficient in negative magnetism
Over time, the animal product diet can create abnormal cravings for drugs which will differ in strength depending on nutrient availability and level of magnetic balance
On such a diet the natural opioids no longer function as they should, causing craving and eventually drug use and addiction. Drugs supply exhilaration as they stimulate the reward or pleasure centre of the brain. They act to increase the electrical firing in the reward centre releasing certain neurotransmitters which induce a sense of euphoria, elevation in mood, increased arousal and motivation
Excited by the drug taking behaviour, the brain’s neural circuitry adapts to the chemical state. If the drug is withdrawn, brain function is impaired and pleasure is replaced by pain, inducing depression and a loss of energy and motivation. Continued drug use is reinforced, first by the physical addiction and secondly, by the strong psychological desire to avoid painful withdrawal
Drug taking behaviour and abuse is a form of appetitive behaviour as drugs stimulate the same area of the brain that rules feeding and drinking i.e., the reward and pleasure centre. A poor nutritional and vital state will create the need to consume or use drugs. The link between nutrition, appetite and drugs is further enforced by the fact that drugs replace the need for food as a person becomes more dependent
Alcohol functions primarily to relax as does opium. Other drugs stimulate (e.g., caffeine), and can trigger the tension that may lead to drinking
Some drinkers drink to reduce social tensions or feelings of inadequacy. Some may drink to attain a positive pleasure rather than to combat a negative stimulus. But all these mental and emotional triggers have neurophsyiological and nutritional abnormality as their precursors
The similarity between behaviours of those people who are addicted to food( anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa) and those who are addicted to drugs indicates a disorder of the self-regulatory control of the appetite. The drug takers habit may be triggered by emotional factors as in the obese, bulimic or anorexic persons’ eating patterns, but these are secondary stimuli.
The primary cause is poor diet and the brain’s consequent magnetic and chemical imbalance