Alcohol addiction usually starts off with the person drinking to switch off from the stresses of life and temporarily improve their mood. This gradually develops into a dependence on alcohol in order to relax. Yeast and fungal infections can cause a person to crave alcohol.  


Smell of alcohol on the breath, isolation, depression, violent behaviour, shaking, drinking early in the day and a lack of caring about their appearance can all be indicators that a person may be suffering from alcoholism. Hormone levels are often abnormal and may include low serotonin due to a lack of the amino acid tryptophan. They will likely have vitamin deficiencies, a weakened immune system, disrupted metabolism, liver damage, food intolerances, irregular blood sugar levels and sugar cravings.   

BICOM® Programs to be Used 

Alcoholism  Min  N°/Seq.  Pag   
Strain due pathogens   10  978.1  77 
Toxin elimination  970.5  80 
Liver detoxification 
430.2, 431.3 
Liver gall bladder regulation  3064.0  48 
Rummel candida adult  15  937.0  21 
Serotonin to improve   4+3  841.0, 980.5  40 
Mycosis treatment  3+3  290.4, 980.4  54 

Supplements to take 

Vitamin B-3 (niacin), vitamin C, vitamin D, iodine  

Other therapies 

Counselling and support from friends and family can help to encourage a person who is trying to give up alcohol. A nutrient-rich diet can help to resolve any vitamin deficiencies and support the immune system. This should also help the person to overcome any yeast or fungal infection, therefore reducing alcohol cravings. Exercise can be very useful in both removing toxins from the body and helping a recovering alcoholic to feel more positive about themselves. Taking steps to reduce stress and getting a decent amount of sleep will help to support the body and prevent relapse.

Experiences and case studies  

Bioresonance therapy has been shown to be an effective tool in helping people to overcome various types of addiction. In one double-blind scientific study involving 190 smokers, participants were equally split into a placebo group and a bioresonance group. After 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month and 1 year, it was found that those in the bioresonance treatment group had a significantly higher success rate in trying to quit smoking. This was achieved without any adverse side effects.