The medical community has known for years that roughly a third of the world’s addicts are genetically predisposed to develop addictive behaviors because of genetic causes, primarily involving the dysfunction of their dopamine receptors.
GenRecovery is a nutritional supplement that has been developed to treat this disorder by neutralizing some of the genetic deficiencies that contribute to addictive behaviors. When used in combination with psychological counseling, group therapy and instruction in time-tested 12-step recovery programs, GenRecovery can help these individuals achieve a higher level of abstinence from drug, alcohol and food cravings.
The GenRecovery Treatment program is designed to target the underlying biology of substance dependence and the social environment. This is the first step in managing the disease of addiction related to alcohol, cocaine, or methamphetamine (meth).
A person addicted to alcohol, cocaine or methamphetamine (meth) that is freed from the physiological symptoms of their addiction (such as cravings and anxiety) may be able to attain greater success with traditional psychosocial therapy.
With GenRecovery we bring the missing piece of reducing cravings to achieve real long term recovery. The approach we use brings the time tested components of residential treatment, therapy, and 12-Step Programs, together with our anti-craving treatment, and adds the missing piece for many addicts. When people are on a downward spiral of addiction they need more than just education and removal from the environment. It often takes a bioactive food supplement to neutralize genetic deficiencies.
Medical research has shown that addiction is a disease associated with biochemical changes in the brain. These changes in brain chemistry play a significant role in the physical symptoms of substance dependence, including cravings and withdrawal.
There are two GenRecovery Treatments:
- GenRecovery for alcohol dependence
- GenRecovery for stimulant dependence (cocaine or methamphetamines).
*Treatment for cocaine or methamphetamine dependence includes a second physician-supervised treatment of 2 visits on consecutive days, about 3 weeks after the initial treatment.
Breaking the Cycle of Dependence
Repeated drug use causes brain adaptations that produce cravings, leading to more drug use. GenRecovery is an integrated, physician-based treatment that is designed to help reduce your cravings and reverse some brain adaptations, helping maintain your abstinence.
GenRecovery Treatments Are Not for Everyone
Treatments with GenRecovery are not appropriate for everyone. The GenRecovery-treating physician must make the treatment decision for each individual patient regarding the appropriateness of using the GenRecovery Treatment Program during detoxification or any other stage of recovery.
GenRecovery Treatments may not be appropriate for use in all patients, and should not be used in women who are or who plan to be pregnant or nursing during the course of treatment. If you have been diagnosed or believe you have a disease that affects your liver or immune system, you must check with your physician to determine if GenRecovery is safe for you. GenRecovery Treatments are not designed for use in patients under the age of 18 without consent of our physician.
Other prescribing restrictions may apply. GenRecovery® does not provide medical advice or medical treatment, and makes no claims about the effectiveness and suitability of GenRecovery in general or for any individual patient.