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Our immediate help:

We find out with you what is at the root of your addiction: a genetic disposition, traumatic events, affect regulation disorders, a disturbance in the "addiction networks" of your brain or something else? Based on this, we create a treatment plan with you that is feasible for you and increases your quality of life and health in the long term. This plan can include, for example:

  • IHHT oxygen treatment
  • Food supplements, medicinal support
  • Psychotherapy
  • Neurofeedback
  • Relaxation training

More info on addiction:

Through the use of various substances such as tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs or medication, one feels a short-term positive effect that seemingly improves the initial situation that is perceived as unsatisfactory or stressful. But this is usually followed by disillusionment, which sets a vicious circle in motion. The desire for renewed elation then becomes the focus of life for those affected.

It is important to understand that addiction can be triggered not only by substances but also by various behaviours, such as binge eating, gambling addiction, shopping addiction, internet addiction, sex addiction and many more. Addiction is by no means a character flaw, but a demonstrable disease of the brain.

The basis of an addiction lies in a dysfunction of the reward system in the brain. Addictive substances activate different messenger substances that can, for example, trigger a feeling of well-being or euphoria. The brain therefore very quickly perceives a certain addictive substance as a positive stimulus. If this stimulus is missing, the expected reward is also missing. The result is an uncontrollable craving for the addictive substance.

Addiction treatment:

We can help you recognise the origins of your addiction and identify the actual needs behind it. Through targeted interventions, we disconnect the link between the addictive substance and the positive feeling it evokes.

Our main treatment methods are psychotherapeutic medicine (depth psychology approach) and drug treatment