11 Natural Ways Of Healing Drug-Induced Brain Toxicity
Lately, I have had many people come to me with terrible drug-induced brain toxicity which has caused all kinds of challenges. Some people are unable to sleep at all, some have frantic thoughts running through their mind all the time and lots of fear and more. This is not uncommon as many people are coming down with this. Here are a few things a person can do to help speed up the healing process.
1) Plant-based diet
It’s important to start on my “Whole-Foods Plant-Based Diet and Lifestyle” which will slowly move toxins out of the brain. This is not an overnight fix, this will take months and sometimes even a couple of years for people to make their way back to their old self. Eat as many antioxidant and anti-inflammatory foods as possible they are very healing.
Meditation will also help. Meditation is very healing for the brain in general. Meditation creates a time when the brain slows down, allowing it to recuperate and fix itself. In fact, I knew a lady who had a car accident and had a brain injury. She was able to go inward in meditation and started the process of rewiring her brain. And now, she is completely healed. Amazing. You can learn how to meditate through this link. Meditation is not always easy, but it will help. During meditation, you will actually get more deep rest than if you were sleeping. And if you are not able to sleep at least you can meditate and get some rest.
3) Detoxing with Coffee Enemas
The more we detox our body and remove toxins, our brain starts to detox as well. One of the best ways to detox is by using Coffee Enemas starting out at first with 4 enemas a month and then doing one enema a month. You could also take dandelion root, milk thistle, and burdock root for detoxing.
4) Detox with activated charcoal
Activated charcoal is a very good detoxing agent for the whole body. I recommend taking 4 400mg capsules 2 or 3 times a week. It can be constipating so make sure to eat lots of fruits, veggies, and fiber.
5) Consume herbs
Other herbs that can help are turmeric, sage, lemon balm, rosemary, Vacha, ginseng, ashwagandha, bacopa, huperzine-A, Gotu kola and some others.
Keeping a positive frame of mind is of utmost importance. It’s important to have good friends and ask for their support during this time of healing. Feeling alone makes things even worse; so get out and be with friends.
Do some ongoing psychological counseling. Counseling is very important when a person is going through this kind of ordeal. It’s not easy, to say the least, and counseling helps a person over the rough spots. Most county hospitals have free counseling.
8) Having a spiritual support group is important
If you belong to a religious group, church or some other spiritual group make sure to connect with them and ask for help. Just knowing that you are not alone and you have people who are willing to help makes all the difference.
9) Prayer does help
Take time daily for prayer because you will need some guidance and there is no greater guidance than that of your Higher Power.
10) Get out and be active
Our sedentary toxins don’t move out of our body as easily as when we are active. So get up and walk daily, swim, go for a bike ride, and workout with weights. These are all important to detox the brain and for creating a positive uplifting mood.
11) Be patient
Have patience as this will take time. It’s not easy when things are going very slowly. Time is the greatest healer of all and this process takes lots of time, and thus one has to have a lot of patience.
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