Quit Addiction, End GI Bleeding

Mental health has a lot to do with individuals and their outside world. Individuals who cannot relieve their stress or reach high naturally often develop an addiction and associated health issues.

Traditional approach focuses on individuals (personal development, coping skills, and past performance), and uses behavior tools before individuals are “ill’ and Western medicine afterwards. However, outside world matter. Partial tools cannot solve all issues efficiently.

Individuals often can recover faster and stay sober easier if we evaluate individuals at micro and macro levels, get to the root causes of their behaviors, help them get on the right track, and target issues with the right tools. The following is a good example.

Case Study:

Mr. Z was a great football player at high school and had a very successful business. Unfortunately, he lost all his money in oil market.   He drank heavily ever since and developed cirrhosis and gastric mass in 2 years.  Hospitals mainly gave him blood, vitamin, fluid, and then discharged him after his vital sign became stable. By the time he was admitted to hospital for vomiting blood and met our founder, he looked like 70 years old when he was only 42.

Did the hospitals miss anything?  The hospitals failed to address Mr. Z’s root cause– poor Adversity Quotient (AQ). Mr. Z would keep his drinking addiction, going back to the hospitals and getting worse unless his AQ was strengthened. 

Strengthen Adversity Quotient
Our Founder became the first one to discuss Adversity Quotient with him and help him handle setbacks and failures and quit addiction.

Mr. Z quit drinking addiction in 1 week. His liver and stomach recovered rapidly in the following 4 weeks.

The world does not challenge only your strengths. Many people handle setbacks and failures via drinking, smoking, drugs and other unhealthy means due to a poor AQ and develop addiction and various health issues. Without getting to the root cause, healthcare will become endless symptom relieves, wasting life and money.