NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/31/13 -- Living Breath Project (OTCQB: DMAX) is bringing the answer to the world's heroin epidemic with its powerful, pain-free detox program. Offered at only $595 per program on its website, www.livingbreathproject.com, this low-cost solution picks up where traditional treatments -- from 28-day rehab facilities to jail -- leave off.
The Living Breath Project's program, called the "Cleansing Heroin Addiction Protocol," can easily be practiced at home, within facilities or as part of private and group therapy sessions without any complications that typically may arise while detoxing from heroin. It starts with a brief 4-day pain-reduction program during the first days of detox, and follows with a 12-day program that addresses the underlying cause of the addiction.
The key to the Protocol is the exclusive Living Breath Process®, which combines self-analysis, a special three-part breath and positive reinforcement, to clear the mind of the negative unconscious language that leads to self-sabotaging behaviors.
Lindsey Smith, 19, is the latest heroin addict to participate in the Cleansing Heroin Addiction Protocol. An example of the growing heroin use among teens, Smith had attempted rehab several times. This was her final effort to save her life. Less than a week ago, Smith flew from her hometown in Santa Cruz, Calif., to New York to begin her treatment at the Living Breath Project Wellness House. Today she is heroin-free.
"I had no withdrawals this time," said Smith. "Before when I would detox off heroin it was the worst thing ever. It was like having the flu times 100. Even when given Subutex to alleviate the detox symptoms, I would go through a second round of detoxing from the Subutex. Here I've had no detox symptoms; I've felt at peace."
"I most recently went to rehab about two months ago and the day I got out I relapsed. Here, I've had no desire to go back to heroin," Smith continued. "This process is just not comparable to rehab; it's so much more powerful."
"Traditional drug-rehabilitation programs have an 81% failure rate because they don't address the underlying cause of addiction," said Genie O'Malley, founder and CEO of the Living Breath Project. "Our program cleanses the trauma of addiction and creates a positive and uplifting emotional transformation."
"It's taken us 17 years to bring forth this powerful solution to the drug epidemic," continued O'Malley. "Addiction costs this country $400 trillion dollars in medical fees, lost wages, incarceration costs and more. It's our mission to reduce this cost and help people heal from their addiction with such a simple program."
"It is our global mission to change the conversation about drugs -- within addicts, by addicts and about addicts."
For more information on the Living Breath Project and its founder, please visit www.livingbreathproject.com or follow the company on its Facebook fan page, www.facebook.com/livingbreathproject.
About The Living Breath Project:
The Living Breath Project, Inc. (OTCQB: DMAX) is a wellness and lifestyle company that provides services known as the Living Breath Process®. This integrated and proprietary process, founded and pioneered by the company's CEO Genie O'Malley, provides customers with therapies, as well as a medical support network, that utilizes the company's innovative three-part breath aimed at improving emotional wellness and, ultimately, quality of life. The Living Breath Project's products -- sold on www.livingbreathproject.com -- focus on 49 key emotional areas, collectively named the Living Breath Protocols, ranging from addiction, to depression, to post-traumatic stress, and many more.
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