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PROMIS Clinics
Group of leading private rehab clinics offering comprehensive programmes for all addictions
Group of leading private rehab clinics offering comprehensive programmes for all addictions
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"Was it you or I who stumbled first? It does not matter.

The one of us who finds the strength to get up first, must help the other.”

(Vera Nazarian)
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We are dreaming of a white Christmas and a glorious snowman in our courtyard.

Deck the halls with boughs of holly,
'Tis the season to be jolly :-)
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From Miles Kasiri, our nutritional therapist, get further insight about the easy, natural and effective ways in which you can heal and take care of the master organ, your liver!

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"I embrace all my emotions, experiences and thoughts in compassion."

#recovery #affirmationoftheday #inspiration #compassion  
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Can something so seemingly harmless and widely available really be so bad for us? The answer is yes. Sugar is not just bad for us; in reality eating refined sugars is the root cause of many of the chronic health conditions hitting new heights in western cultures including type II diabetes, heart disease, obesity and certain cancers. The physical implications of eating too many refined sugars too often are obvious and common knowledge to most people, however what is often overlooked is the extremely negative impact these ‘substances’ can play on one’s mental health. The truth is sugar and refined, processed carbohydrates can also be addictive and disruptive to one’s life due to the way they disrupt brain chemistry and fuel addictive patterns. Sugar influences the same ‘feel good’ brain chemicals, including serotonin and dopamine, in exactly the same way as most hardcore illicit drugs – creating a quick false sense of pleasure followed by a rapid crash and the need for another ‘fix’ of a stimulating substance. Dangerous ground for an addict of any nature!

Read the rest of this article on our blog....

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Exclusive Alumni Event

This event will be taking place on July 1st at 7:00pm (UTC/GMT +1) and is hosted by our seasoned therapist Linda Stevens.
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Remembering Gareth: Alcoholism is a mental illness, it can be helped and interventions are very effective. It’s time we nailed this myth once and for all.
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