John Lee

John Lee

Age: 41
  • Heroin Harm Reduction Advice: A User Guide

    Here are 50+ heroin harm reduction tips... because anything that prevents overdose and keeps you alive and healthy increases the odds of finding eventual lasting recovery.

  • Beat Cravings with Urge Surfing

    For the next 10 seconds, try not to think of a pink elephant…Impossible, right?! The fact is, the more you try to suppress an impulse to use drugs or alcohol the more fixated your mind becomes on that very impulse, and this is bad news for anyone ...

  • Alcohol Addiction – the Straight Facts

    The difference between alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction (alcoholism), what puts you at risk of becoming an alcoholic and what to do once you’ve crossed that invisible line to addiction.

  • Sober Time Reverses Alcoholic Brain Damage

    A study which proves that it is never too late to quit drinking shows that even severely brain damaged alcoholics (who suffer balance and walking problems from their neural deficits) will recover much balance and motor function in time.

  • The Gambler's Fallacy

    No matter how long a slot machine goes between payouts – when you press that button, it’s never more or less likely to pay off. Understand the true nature of randomness and understand that past events do not influence future outcomes. People who ...

  • 4 Months of Opiate Use Increases Risk of Impotence by 50%

    Here’s one very compelling reason to quit opiates sooner rather than later.

  • Use Gut Bacteria to Fight Anxiety and Depression

    Imbalanced gut bacteria may increase your risk of anxiety, depression, obesity and a host of other diseases. Learn how digestive bacteria can cause anxiety and find out how dietary changes can help you instill or protect an optimal balance of ...

  • HAMS Harm Reduction - An AA Alternative?

    Is moving from high-risk drinking to moderate-risk drinking a worthy goal? To learn more about harm reduction, here’s an interview with HAMS founder Kenneth Anderson.

  • The DSM-5: Has Your Diagnosis Changed?

    With the DSM-5 the American Psychiatric Association has a new diagnostic manual. Substance abuse and dependence are now gone - replaced by mild, moderate and severe substance use disorders. Will the changes affect you? Check out the new diagnostic ...

  • Ambien Addiction: Treatment and Tapering

    Don’t quit Ambien before you know what you’re up against and have a plan for success. Learn about 2 tapering methods and one method of rapid detoxification (with flumazenil) as well as about the brain changes associated with zolpidem addiction and ...

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  • Heroin Harm Reduction Advice: A User Guide
    Here are 50+ heroin harm reduction tips... because anything that prevents overdose and keeps you alive and healthy increases the odds of finding eventual lasting recovery.
  • Beat Cravings with Urge Surfing
    For the next 10 seconds, try not to think of a pink elephant…Impossible, right?! The fact is, the more you try to suppress an impulse to use drugs or alcohol the more fixated your mind becomes on that very impulse, and this is bad news for anyone ...
  • Alcohol Addiction – the Straight Facts
    The difference between alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction (alcoholism), what puts you at risk of becoming an alcoholic and what to do once you’ve crossed that invisible line to addiction.
  • Sober Time Reverses Alcoholic Brain Damage
    A study which proves that it is never too late to quit drinking shows that even severely brain damaged alcoholics (who suffer balance and walking problems from their neural deficits) will recover much balance and motor function in time.
  • The Gambler's Fallacy
    No matter how long a slot machine goes between payouts – when you press that button, it’s never more or less likely to pay off. Understand the true nature of randomness and understand that past events do not influence future outcomes. People who ...
  • 4 Months of Opiate Use Increases Risk of Impotence by 50%
    Here’s one very compelling reason to quit opiates sooner rather than later.
  • Use Gut Bacteria to Fight Anxiety and Depression
    Imbalanced gut bacteria may increase your risk of anxiety, depression, obesity and a host of other diseases. Learn how digestive bacteria can cause anxiety and find out how dietary changes can help you instill or protect an optimal balance of ...
  • HAMS Harm Reduction - An AA Alternative?
    Is moving from high-risk drinking to moderate-risk drinking a worthy goal? To learn more about harm reduction, here’s an interview with HAMS founder Kenneth Anderson.
  • The DSM-5: Has Your Diagnosis Changed?
    With the DSM-5 the American Psychiatric Association has a new diagnostic manual. Substance abuse and dependence are now gone - replaced by mild, moderate and severe substance use disorders. Will the changes affect you? Check out the new diagnostic ...
  • Ambien Addiction: Treatment and Tapering
    Don’t quit Ambien before you know what you’re up against and have a plan for success. Learn about 2 tapering methods and one method of rapid detoxification (with flumazenil) as well as about the brain changes associated with zolpidem addiction and ...