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Absolutely! Eat healthy, exercise, stop smoking (cigs and drugs) especially early on while your brain kinda "remembers" still what its supposed to go back to. So little is know about this disorder but what we do know is continued drug use almost certainly hampers healing if not worsens the condition. 

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