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Alcohol And Drug Addictions, How Can Prometa Help? - Dr. Kharazmi (VIDEO)

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Dr. Kharazmi shares how Prometa Treatment can help with alcohol and drug addictions.

Dr. Kharazmi:
Alcohol induces receptors in the brain that without alcohol you feel increased anxiety and stress. It pacifies you and the reason it occurs is because you induce what we call abnormal gaba receptors. These abnormal gaba receptors tend to cause significant anxieties and sensation of lack of well being without it being turned on.

Now how do you turn it on? Drink more. How do you turn it on? By probably taking more Benzodiazepines or Valiums, etc. which are also bad. How do you turn it off? Well naturally it’s very hard and you can’t. Except, how can you block it? By Prometa.

You can block it so it doesn’t become stimulating any further. It enables your body to produce more of the normal type of gaba receptors, the kind that your used to seeing before your addiction. That’s what’s so unique about Prometa. It addresses the physiologic problem.

Dr. Kharazmi, M.D.
Dr. Mohammad Kharazmi serves as the anti-aging medicine specialist at the Genetic Institute of Anti-Aging in Costa Mesa, California. He attended the University of California at Irvine for his undergraduate educations and later earned his medical doctorate (M.D.) at UCI’s medical school. In addition to anti-aging, Dr. Kharazmi is Board Certified in internal medicine and geriatrics.

Dr. Kharazmi is the partner and cofounder of Sherman Internal Medicine Clinics, cofounder of Medical Information Network Systems, and member of the American Medical Association. When he is not treating patients Dr. Kharazmi is a national speaker and consultant to Pfizer, Novartis, Aventis, Sankyo, Abbot and TAP.

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