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In Salt Lake City, New Pathways Recovery and Wellness is leading the way in drug and alcohol rehab with a 21st century approach. Because we understand the causes and effects of addiction, our outpatient drug and alcohol rehab program incorporates unique therapies that quickly address and subdue the need for self medication. This therapy regimen isn’t available at any other outpatient rehab facility in Salt Lake City.

Deep-seated, hidden emotional issues or unbalanced neurological activity are many times cited as the trigger for addictive behaviors. Your uses of drugs or alcohol may have been a protection mechanism or an attempt to normalize neural function. Fortunately, there is a new answer.

If you or a loved one are needlessly struggling with addiction, contact us and let’s discuss how the cutting edge outpatient drug and alcohol rehab program at New Pathways can get you back on track. Give us a call and together we will discover what happened, make it right and set you on a “New Pathway.”

Forty years of scientific research has demonstrated that, for any given circumstance there is an accepted normal pattern of brainwave activity. A healthy, balanced, and properly regulated nervous system will produce the appropriate brain waves at the appropriate levels and at the appropriate times for any given situation. Unfortunately, many people are born with irregular brainwave activity. We have all known them, found them to be different and simply attributed it to “that’s who they are.” Here are a few examples:

Remember the guy in class that would just stare out the window: the Day Dreamer? You know why he wasn’t engaged? His brain was generating an excessive amount of Theta Waves and low Alpha Waves. These are the brain waves generated just prior to going to sleep. He is cortically under aroused. So the guy was literally dreaming during the day!

The person with “ants in their pants”, talks fast, can’t sit still and has a difficult time focusing. This is the result of excessive Beta Wave and low Alpha/Theta Wave production. These individuals are cortically hyper aroused and find it hard to relax and imagine. Their brain is moving so fast, that they can’t remember what they were doing an hour ago.

Now let’s say these two individuals go through childhood undiagnosed and become adults. The Day Dreamer is at a social gathering and is offered cocaine for the first time. The side effects of the cocaine are reduced Theta Waves and increased Beta Waves. For the first time in his life, this person feels normal. He can think clearly and is focused. Now The Hyper Active is at the same event and is offered alcohol. After two or three drinks he’s relaxed. Beta Wave production has been reduced and Alpha/Theta Wave production has increased. He’s normal and loves it.