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The Holistic Sanctuary Issues Statement Concerning The New York Times’ Editorial: ‘Painkiller Overdoses in Women’

July 17, 2013

The Holistic Sanctuary, home of the exclusive, all-natural and proprietary Pouyan Method for enabling patients to permanently end addiction, announces, in response to the latest editorial in the New York Times about painkiller overdoses in women, its heightened efforts to help all patients suffering from this condition.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 17, 2013

The Holistic Sanctuary, home of the exclusive, all-natural and proprietary Pouyan Method for enabling patients to permanently end addiction, announces its response to the latest editorial in the New York Times about painkiller overdoses in women and our heightened efforts to help all patients suffering from this condition.

For the New York Times to issue this editorial, which reflects careful review of available statistics and the growing problem of addiction in general, is a reminder that the proverbial "War on Drugs," in which the U.S. government (based on the most recent data from 2010) spent $15 billion, or $500 per second, is nothing of the sort. For a war entails a series of battles – victories and setbacks for each side, until a truce or decisive blow vanquishes the enemy – and, in this war, addiction remains the winner for every type of drug: opiates, heroin, cocaine, alcohol, methadone, suboxone, speed, oxycontin and many (too many to cite here) substances.

This epidemic underscores the importance of selecting the right drug rehab center, in which women – and men – can permanently end their addiction to opiates, painkillers, alcohol and other harmful substances. For the number of deaths and overdoses continues to rise, thereby demonstrating an essential fact: that traditional techniques cannot – and do not – permanently end addiction.

In contrast to conventional therapies, successful opiate addiction treatments are available at The Holistic Sanctuary, where the experts who provide this customized care do not – and will not – use the same, ineffective treatments that leave patients sick and emotionally exhausted.

Based on data from the Centers for Disease Control: From 2010, which most likely is a very conservative estimation of a far greater threat, more than 6,600 women died from a painkiller overdose, a big leap from about 1,300 in 1999, though still fewer (according to the Times) than the 10,000 deaths among men.

All of which illustrates the necessity of finding a non-12-step drug rehab facility, where experts know the difference between a disease and a curable condition. That distinction is critical because it means the difference between healing a patient’s brain and sentencing them to further rounds of toxic (but ineffective) “treatment.”

Selecting the right opiate addiction rehab is, therefore, the most important decision a patient can make. That choice is critical because most of these women who are (or were, because they have since passed away) addicted to opiates like heroin, methadone, suboxone and other prescription drugs either developed an addiction as a consequence of poor medical treatment for an unrelated condition – like a physical, on-the-job injury – and, devoid of any supervision or tapering of medication, quickly moved on to taking other hard core drugs.

In comparison, The Holistic Sanctuary is the one heroin addiction rehab center that seeks to permanently end addiction through the exclusive and all-natural Pouyan Method. Created by Johnny Tabaie, this safe, non-toxic and personalized treatment is the result of more than 5 years of extensive research, development and careful application.

Readers can learn more about Johnny’s remarkable journey by clicking Johnny The Healer.

More importantly, the brain scans of patients – dramatic Before and After images – confirm the power of the Pouyan Method. The scans are independent proof – the machines only reveal the truth, for which any doctor can immediately identify whether an area of the brain is either healthy or damaged from addiction – so individuals can see for themselves that there is a way to end addiction permanently. People can view these images by clicking here: Brain Scans.

"At The Holistic Sanctuary, we are an alternative drug rehab center with an innovative, safe – and effective – way to end addiction permanently. The video testimonials from our patients are compelling, yes, but the brain scan images – the ultimate form of evidence – demonstrate, beyond any reasonable doubt, that addiction is neither a disease nor incurable. For women battling addiction, we can heal your brain so you can heal your life. That advantage is too valuable to ignore," says Mr. Tabaie.

About The Holistic Sanctuary

The Holistic Sanctuary is the home of the exclusive, all-natural and proprietary Pouyan Method, which enables patients to permanently end a variety of addictions. Unlike conventional drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, which have rates or failure or relapse among patients, The Holistic Sanctuary offers a customized protocol with the amenities of a 5-star resort. We seek to stop addiction without prescription medication or the use of 12-step programs. Nor do we classify patients as victims of an incurable disease. Our therapies focus on healing the brain, so a patient can heal their life. For more information about our innovative techniques, founding principles and testimonials from former patients, please visit http://www.theholisticsanctuary.com.

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