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Hope for Those Suffering from Cocaine Addiction Found in the True Story of Johnny Delirious

By Tomretterbush @thomretterbush
Hope for those Suffering from Cocaine Addiction found in the True Story of Johnny DeliriousToday there are more deaths from drugs than from traffic accidents! 
There is nothing more painful than to see a family member or loved one start down the path of drug abuse and addiction, especially cocaine. The result is often death from overdose, a disease like hepatitis or AIDS, or ending up on the wrong end of a firearm. 
Many of us know the problem, but can we understand, use and apply the solutions? Only those who have been on both sides of life and death of cocaine addiction and disease really understands what it takes for prevention, not to mention complete recovery. This is my story. Many people say that I'm a dead man walking.
In fact, I stopped going to my high school and college reunions years ago because too many of my old friends and classmates had that "deer in the headlights" look when they saw me walk! People would say things like, "I thought you were kidnapped in Guatemala," or "The last I heard you were on a sailboat that did not make it the Canaries." 
In short, the thought that my family and friends, I would never stop using cocaine or survive life-threatening hepatitis C. But in 1991, when I operated a lab in Dallas, a family intervention ended with me in a hospital for my last treatment of cocaine addiction - which may have saved my life, as I have been free of all mood-altering substances since then. At the time I was dying of hepatitis A, B and C as well as cirrhosis of the liver. Doctors had given me eight months to live - if I had the chance - and they wondered why I was still alive at the time. They said a liver transplant was my only hope for survival, but I opted out of the transplant and treatment protocol. The doctors further diagnosed me as "delirious." Delirious and near death, I found my own way of recovering from hepatitis. Although over the past 20 years my sobriety had never lasted. Everyone thought that I would relapse and start doing cocaine again. You see, this was not my first intervention. There were many others. Except for my brother, my family had abandoned all hope several years ago. Everyone always said I did not have a prayer of staying clean of cocaine or surviving hepatitis. BUT, I am now clean and sober since 1991 ... and since 1994 I have no viral hepatitis A, B or C without antibodies or markers! Today I am a man of 58 years of age at the peak of health, according to experts, "I have the liver of a 20 year old."
My father was a Tulane graduate with a medical clinic that was very familiar to me growing up. As a kid, I loved going to the lab and using the microscope where the lab tech would enjoy showing me the tests he was doing, how it all worked and what disease looked like in blood and urine under the microscope and the centrifuge, My mother would drop me off at the lab from time-to-time when she could not watch me. To her, I was okay and it was better than a babysitter. To me, it was an adventure!
I continued the work of analysis as a professional, then as chairman of the laboratory for more than 8 years, even becoming a thought leader throughout the nutritional supplement industry for more than 24 years. Collecting in-depth knowledge of nutrition, addictions, and the improvement of the human body, together with my natural recovery from hepatitis A, B and C, and cocaine addiction, I have come to focus in particular on the development of liver health and well prevention solutions. My goal is to help the world achieve a healthy liver, and all for free would be a terrible trap of addiction to cocaine. Many programs now offer health and social work for young people, helping them get the right mindset early on in order to avoid dependency and disease. Prevention is the key! Still, unfortunately many do not consider a healthy liver an integral part of the restoration of self-sufficiency for our young people to prevent illness and addiction.
One of the things we agree on is that depression and low self-esteem are the precursors of youth turning to drugs as an escape, as well as a way to cope. Peer pressure and emotions promote the desire to consume psychoactive substances regularly. I know for a fact that good liver health will to correct chemical imbalance in the blood to counteract depression and low self-esteem at an early age. The fast food generation x, y and z are overweight and not exercising enough and many live their lives in a virtual world of computer games, movies and television. If there were a way of making liver health fun, children today would have a good chance of being drug free in our world. I have a plan that will encourage young people to make wise choices in food and activities in which the liver is imposed to maintain the correct chemical balance in the blood to counteract depression and low self esteem.
The result is a strong-willed and determined the goals of young people to become self-sufficient, and the utility of intentional life. This is my vision that the shapes of universities and skills, because children just want it. 

Hope for those Suffering from Cocaine Addiction found in the True Story of Johnny Delirious

Johnny Delirious today

My recovery from cocaine and hepatitis work! Why? I have found a better way to see life without it. My path may be a method of prevention of drug abuse and disease in our society. From my point of view, there are alternatives that can be easily implemented. With my professional background, combined with two unique recoveries, I have insight to a unique new approaches to prevention programs. My real life story of drug addiction and hepatitis can be more convincing than the virtual world, children want to live, especially if they have a chance to hear my story. My vision is to help any organization that helps our young people, because the young people of today are the leaders of tomorrow.
My real life story of drug addiction and hepatitis can be more convincing than the virtual world kids choose to live in today, especially if they have a chance to hear my story. My vision is to help any organization that helps our youth of today, become the leaders of tomorrow
Written By: Johnny Delirious
About the Author: Johnny Delirious has a master's degree in natural health with an emphasis on how to recover from Clayton College of Natural Health, Birmingham, AL and is an expert in alternative medicine in multiple networks. He lives in Texas and enjoy a fruitful and healthy life. Read more at and
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This article has been edited from "New Hope with Cocaine Addiction" for Addicts NOT Anonymous by Tom Retterbush
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