Allergy Relief

Important Information Pertaining to the Use of Sexaholics Anonymous

-- Sexaholics Anonymous is an allergy relief program that is commonly used to treat and inhibit the use of lust and the common defects caused by sexaholism.

-- SA is designed to reduce the symptoms commonly associated with sexaholism.

-- When used as directed, SA has been known to substantially reduce the negative effects of sexaholism, such as misery, depression, despair, remorse, guilt, shame, physical and mental maladies, spiritual maladies, obsessions, and a physical allergy commonly known as sexaholism.

-- The Sexaholics Anonymous program works best for those who are capable of being honest with themselves, and who are completely willing to give themselves to this simple program of recovery. SA is for those who have a sincere desire to stop lusting.

--Side effects associated with SA include: honesty, hope, faith, courage, integrity, willingness, humility, brotherly love, justice, perseverance, spirituality, and service. A spiritual awakening and/or psychic change have been reported in most cases.

--To reduce your risk of chronic relapse, a lifestyle change may be recommended. Practical experience shows that nothing will so much ensure immunity from lusting as intensive work with other sexahalolics.

--SA should be taken with plenty of open-mindedness and willingness. Do not try to work the SA program alone. Independent  studies have shown that SA is most effective when working with others.

--Always remember that is important that you use SA only as prescribed:

1. Trust in God

2. Clean House

3. Help others

Long Term Allergy Relief

--SA is recommended for long term daily use. Prodigious results have been found in those who continue long-term use of SA. As with all allergy relief medications, some results may vary, sometimes quickly and sometimes slowly.

--For more information and to learn more about the Sexaholics Anonymous Twelve Step program of recovery, we suggest you contact your local SA community directly, get a sponsor, and read the “White Book" of Sexaholics Anonymous.