Breaking Windows

Escape the Trap


For more than two decades, I have being struggling against a very strong resistance from the existing leaders of the Drug Addiction world.

Why? I have developed a treatment that makes a considered ‘chronic’ condition, a now curable one.

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Vitamin D & Pain

An Alternative to Opiate Treatment


Vitamin D receptors are in every cell of our body; over 80 metabolic processes are dependent on it.

Inadequate Vitamin D levels will lead to musculoskeletal pain, which would in most cases, mislead opiate dependent patients into raising opiate dosages. It may also lead doctors into false diagnostic on any patient with general unspecific pain. Read more

Anatomy of an Opiate

Why Are They So Addictive?

Many have heard of opiate addiction but it’s more than likely that some have struggled to understand how such an addiction can occur, and why.  Opiates have a powerful effect on the body and can become addictive when used continuously for a certain period of time.  It is first helpful to understand what an opiate is and how it works. Read more

Alice Herz-Sommer

Woman Who Found Peace in Chopin Amid Holocaust, Dies at 110.


Can we overcome the pain and darkness and transform it into kindness and strength?

Can we face evil and preserve humanity and faith?

Can we endure the worst unfair punishments and maintain love in your heart?

Can we still find a reason to dream when we are clawed by a mad dog or chained with to a wrecking ball?

Apparently, yes we can.

When most run away to escape the Nazis, Alice Herz-Sommer stayed to nurse her mother, she kept her son alive during the Holocaust.

The only weapon she had was the music. The only friend, Chopin.

Even in concentration camps – she played her music.

From her own words she said, “We had to play because the Red Cross came three times a year. The Germans wanted to show its representatives that the situation of the Jews in Theresienstadt was good. Whenever I knew that I had a concert, I was happy. Music is magic. We performed in the council hall before an audience of 150 old, hopeless, sick and hungry people. They lived for the music. It was like food to them. If they hadn’t come [to hear us], they would have died long before. As we would have.

Music is magic, she said.

It kept so many alive – gave them something to live for.

But was someone who had seen so much pain and sorrow, scorned? Quite the opposite.

“I look at the good. When you are relaxed, your body is always relaxed. When you are pessimistic, your body behaves in an unnatural way. It is up to us whether we look at the good or the bad. When you are nice to others, they are nice to you. When you give, you receive.”

The most beautiful soul.

She lived for 110 years but still, she left us too soon.

The world will miss you, Alice.

Rest in Peace.

The Latest Statistics on Opiate Addiction


Opiate (narcotic) abuse and addiction is increasingly described as an “epidemic” in the United States.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that approximately two million people in the United States alone are addicted to prescription opiates. The following is a collection of statistics on opiate addiction and opiate abuse facts compiled from several U.S. sources including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the National Institute of Health (NIH).

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