Experts suggest ways to correct the habits that keep us from resting well.
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The author Adi Jaffe is a poser. If this is the accepted knowlege of the medical profession then they are all fakirs.
Heroin withdrawal is no worse than a hangover.
The withdrawal from meth is worse really.
But that is only a sense of sadness that lasts for a couple of weeks.
There is no pain involved in either. What a bunch of crap.
And why is shaming people with addiction the only way to help them?
How a simple psychological bias could be hurting people with addiction.
Are we burning ourselves out or are we going soft?
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