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SGR Ep173 - NAD: The Secret Addiction Recovery and Anti-Aging Therapy. What is it and Can it Help You?

SGR Ep173 - NAD: The Secret Addiction Recovery and Anti-Aging Therapy. What is it and Can it Help You?

Tom Ingoglia lost his best friend to drug addiction, lost half of his family in a head on car accident, and struggled with severe chronic pain which led to an opiate addiction. After countless different treatments that never seemed to work, Tom found NAD and it saved his life. 

 

SGR Ep171 - Drug Injection Sites Approved in San Francisco

SGR Ep171 - Drug Injection Sites Approved in San Francisco

The San Francisco Health Commission voted unanimously to support the opening of safe "Drug Injection Sites". According to the commission and the projects supporters, this will offer intravenous drug users a clean and safe place to inject drugs. What are your thoughts?

SGR Ep169 - Addiction Recovery; The Navy SEAL Way

SGR Ep169 - Addiction Recovery; The Navy SEAL Way

In this episode, we talk with Justin and former US Navy SEAL Neil Trusso about how ABIT is helping men recover from substance abuse and past trauma in order to move forward and live a clean, sober and nourishing life.

SGR Ep168 - John Mabry

SGR Ep168 - John Mabry

John Mabry is an actor, speaker, and serves as Director of Public Outreach at Addiction Campuses. He also hosts the “High Sobriety” Podcast. John has worked on NCIS, ER, the movie Superbad and many others.

SGR Ep160 - Finding Your Passion with Dr. Nancy Irwin

SGR Ep160 - Finding Your Passion with Dr. Nancy Irwin

Dr. Nancy Irwin is an Addiction Therapist who specializes in hypnotherapy and other holistic approaches for treating addictive behavior. Dr, Irwin has been featured in a wide variety of media outlets including Fox and MSNBC.

SGR Ep159 - How to Enjoy the Holidays without Alcohol

SGR Ep159 - How to Enjoy the Holidays without Alcohol

Shane and longtime friends Seth & Mel join the show to discuss the holidays, gratitude, stuffing versus stove top, why black Friday is stupid, dealing with life through the holidays without drinking, and more.