Instead of exercise, why not try a meditation retreat when you are feeling better? It's relatively less physical stress, and the social pressure of a retreat can get you to the point of experiencing its benefits more quickly than an irregular home practice. And yoga is gentler. I have friends who have gotten amazing results from one or both. Maybe all that addictive energy can work in a different way. And I know Narcotics Anonymous probably sucks, but it might be better than nothing. Alternative health care may be useful too, I have read about hypnosis for addiction here http://www.vancouverhypnotherapy.org/hypno… for example. It sounds like you are going to need the best support system possible.
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