Mental Health and Addiction

New Resource for Mental Health

InnerBalance Health Center

October 28, 2019

New Resource for Mental Health

Nurturing your mental health with meetings, exercise, counseling and good self-care will greatly enhance your recovery. Another way to improve mental health is through helping others. Volunteering in the local community opens up a whole new world of opportunities and positive outcomes for those both receiving and giving the help. 

Connections are key. Our lives are expanded and enriched by connecting with others. Seeing, exploring and becoming part of a world beyond your own can brighten your life and provide new perspective.
Volunteering keeps you active and can help release dopamine in your brain which affects mood. These are key elements in battling stress and maintaining positivity. The physical and mental benefits of helping others last beyond the hours you spend doing it, too.
Volunteering allows you to tap into talents and skills you have, or explore interests you have always been curious about. Write down what skills and experience you have to share. Focus on things you like and enjoy and you will find a great fit, it might be photographing rescue animals or teaching computer skills. Make another list of things you have always wanted to try or learn more about. Museums and nature centers are always looking for volunteers. 
Some unique opportunities you can look into include equine-assisted therapy, organizations that work with foster children, or sports- or skill-related programs. One good place to start is your local city government web site. Often, whole pages are dedicated to outreach and volunteering, Think through your interests and skills and find a volunteer opportunity that interests you.


Joe Eisele, CACIII, NCAC
Joe is the Clinical Director at InnerBalance Health Center and has been helping achieve lifelong sobriety incorporating biochemical restoration and holistic addiction treatment for over 30 years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the best addiction treatment center offer Biochemical Repair & Restoration and how do they define Biochemical Restoration?

At InnerBalance Health Center, we strive to get the best addiction treatment to gain a better understanding of the psychological effects of addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.. As a component of our holistic addiction treatment process, we understand that there are certain biochemical imbalances that can make a person more prone to the addictive cycle.

By restoring chemical balance, a person is much more capable of overcoming their addiction. InnerBalance Health Center offers and is one of the foremost leaders in treating addictions using biochemical repair & restoration. We believe that biochemical imbalances can be pre-existing, or can come as a result of repeated drug and alcohol use over time. Learn more specifics about our holistic treatment here.

Is the staff available 24/7?

Yes, at InnerBalance Health Center clients have access to a staff member 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Does the treatment center prescribe addictive medications such as benzodiazepines or opiates?

No, InnerBalance does not prescribe those types of medications, unless needed for temporary stabilization for withdrawal symptoms. We focus on identifying the root causes of cravings, repairing your body’s biochemical imbalances and teaching you the lifelong skills necessary to stay sober.

How does the treatment center plan to eliminate depression, anxiety, sleep problems, mood swings, and racing mind?

At InnerBalance we realize the need to find the root cause of these issues. For example, a racing mind can come from too much histamine in the brain, a condition caused Histadelia. When we find this condition through lab testing, we use the safe amino acids and vitamins that will lower histamine levels. Depression can come from under-functioning neurotransmitters, like serotonin.

Through urine testing, we check the serotonin receptors by looking at the Tryptophan levels, and then treat with the appropriate amino acids. Please call us for a more thorough description on how we can deal with underlying symptoms. These examples just scratch the surface of our biochemical restoration approach which is integral to our holistic treatment philosophy.

Is the treatment center licensed by the state?

Yes, the InnerBalance Health Center is fully and duly licensed by the State of Colorado.

Does the treatment program offer an exercise program that the client participates in?

The InnerBalance Treatment Program includes a mandatory weekly gym time. We encourage our clients to try the different gym facilities, including weights, pool activities, classes, etc. InnerBalance provides a high quality full service gym facility to their patients.

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