Alcoholism the Biochemical Connection: A Breakthrough Seven-Week Self-Treatment Program

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Villard Books, 1992 - Self-Help - 317 pages
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In this ground-breaking book, Doctors Larson and Sehnert explain why traditional psychologically-based rehabilitation programs so often fail: Alcohol-related emotional dysfunctions such as depression and memory loss are the effects of the disease, not the cause. And the damage can't be talked out; biorepair is necessary. This book features a dietary plan, vitamin therapy regimen, and case histories to offer self-treatment.

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Loss of a Son Birth of a Concept
Goodbye Depression
Biochemical Traps That Block Recovery

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