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Naps Mycology has launched its new addiction therapy retreat, intended to break bad habits and facilitate healthier lifestyle choices.

The recently created retreat uses very recent developments in natural medicine and psychotherapy techniques to help build healthier neural pathways and encourage healing in the brain. Anyone can benefit from these techniques, as they can be helpful not only in breaking addictions but also increasing neuroplasticity.

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The NAPS system has been developed in response to new and robust developments in the field of natural medicines which have never been available to the public before. The retreat combines these new developments with gentle yet powerful therapeutic techniques to restructure the brain without artificial compounds.

The field of mycology has given rise to an explosive increase in traditional medicinal techniques in the past decade. Studies show that some fungi contain compounds not found anywhere else in nature, but which can be incredibly beneficial to the human body, such as the Lion’s Mane mushroom, which has been shown in clinical studies to stave off dementia.

With such a powerful new toolkit to draw from, the professionals at NAPS Mycology have constructed a retreat unlike any other previously available. Using these incredible new medicines, they promise to significantly reduce stress and anxiety while also boosting overall health through natural means.

Those who sign up to participate in the retreat will be rewarded with a laid-back and fully guided healing experience in a comfortable and confidential environment. Participants are given an orientation of the facility and a preliminary psychological evaluation to determine their goals for the retreat to ensure maximum effectiveness.

In addition to their in-person retreats, NAPS offers a number of online courses as well that can be used to guide meditation and reflection. They also offer guided therapy, weeklong intensive courses, and several pieces of literature which draw on the same principles used during the retreats and act as a perfect supplement to the therapeutic courses.

One researcher had this to say about the process, “The NAPS model is utterly compelling in that it combines hardcore scientific research with a treatment model that does not refute, but supersedes all models in current practice. What John and Todd have uncovered is groundbreaking at all levels.”