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Long-term use of drugs, alcohol and psychoactive drugs in large doses has a detrimental effect on the central nervous system. The disruption of basic biological processes is common, such as oxygen circulation and blood supply to the brain (typical for cocaine and amphetamines). User loses his ability to function normally without stimulants, higher nervous activity is disturbed - the addict is in a state of bliss for the duration of the effect of drugs, but is unable to make and realize any decisions (becomes low-spirited, cannot finish anything started). Appetite, sleep, sexual function and hormone balance are also disturbed. The first symptoms of the changed brain state are: decreased attention and focus, lack of orientation in time and space, inability to adjust to his surroundings, distorted memory, slow thinking and quick intellectual fatigue, narrowing areas of interest.
Neurometabolic treatment improvements and effects
Neurometabolic therapy stimulates the synthesis and utilization of oxygen and glucose; it enhances the transport of energy within cells under conditions of reduced blood flow and oxygen more than 19 times. Neurometabolic compound consists of about 30 percent organic substances such as peptides, amino acids, nucleosides, lipids, oligosaccharides and trace elements (sodium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium). Under their influence the transfer of glucose from the blood into the brain may be increased to 50 percent. Application of neurometabolic therapy in appropriate combination with a specific therapy and psychotherapy in less than four weeks led to improvement in more than 85 percent of patients with a variety of mental disorders. Significant improvements are noticeable: reduced intensity and cessation of headaches, insomnias, dizziness, anxiety, fears. Improved concentration and memory. The therapy improves the condition of brain activity in terms of: information processing, decision-making, behavior control. The complex therapy that includes neurometabolic therapy reduces nutritional deficit and improves neural connections. It has the following effects:
• the positive impact of the level of judgment and self-criticism, improved thinking, attention, speech, positive impact on memory and learning abilities
• Reduction of despondency and dark thoughts
• strengthening the body's resistance to extreme conditions
• reduction of weakness, malaise, fatigue, anxiety, depression
• Increased overall activity, tolerance to stress, anxiety reduction, forming critical attitude to one self’s condition, reducing sluggishness
• strengthening ones motives and stimuli, clarity of thoughts, ability to find an adequate solution to the problem
• reducing irritability and emotional sensitivity
• correction of disorders of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, encephalopathy, epilepsy and effects of toxins.