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When you are addicted to drugs, it is both a physical and a psychological dependence. For that reason, remedies that deal with both of those issues are particularly valuable, like meditation. Meditation allows practitioners to clear their mind and learn how to handle difficult thoughts, compartmentalize emotions and generally control their psychological urges. Furthermore, meditation is known to reduce stress levels and help channel energy into positive thoughts, rather than negative behaviors. The research on meditation’s role in treating drug addiction is extensive and very positive. Protection Status
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