In the real world, however, heroin addiction continues to be a substantial problem. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), 4.2 million Americans aged 12 or older had used heroin at least once in their lives. The same study states that least 23 percent of individuals who use heroin become dependent on it. CBS News also reports that heroin addiction among young people is on a significant rise, with 669,000 new users in 2012. Their investigation coincides with findings of increased heroin use among affluent middle-class teens, while other spikes in less wealthy communities correspond to heroin’s appeal as a cheaper alternative to pills and opioid painkillers.
The numbers are even more alarming in a state like Ohio, which is a microcosm of the nation economically and culturally, where, sadly, an average of 11 people die from heroin overdoses each week in the Buckeye State. Attorney General Mike DeWine says that Ohio had 606 heroin-overdose deaths in 2012, double the number in 2010, and the final figures for 2013 will likely exceed those reports.
For Johnny Tabaie, “Johnny The Healer,” (see also http://www.johnnythehealer.com/) the Founder of The Holistic Sanctuary, permanently ending addiction and eliminating dependency on heroin and other drugs is a safe and healthy reality, thanks to his exclusive and natural solution known as the Pouyan Method. This treatment focuses on the origins of addiction, rejuvenating and restoring brain cells to their pre-addictive state.
In addition, Johnny does not categorize or describe addiction as a lifelong, incurable disease, which requires the consumption of multiple prescription medications (which have never been tested as a single, conce
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