Silicon Valley Rehab

Silicon Valley Rehab

Authored by Pin Ng PhD

Edited by Hugh Soames

Reviewed by Michael Por, MD

What is Silicon Valley Rehab?

In 2014, it was reported that illicit drug use had become part of Silicon Valley culture. The region of California has long been the home of tech companies and start-ups developing the latest Internet-based products. Like Wall Street in the 1980s, Silicon Valley is now synonymous with drug use amongst individuals that work for companies in the area.

A year prior to Silicon Valley’s illicit drug reputation being reported on, tech executive Timothy Hayes died of a heroin overdose which had been injected into him by a prostitute. Hayes’ death was indicative of the vices Silicon Valley employees possess as drugs and sex are escapes from the stress of the tech industry.

 

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Alexander Bentley is the Chairman & CEO of Remedy Wellbeing™ as well as the creator & pioneer behind Tripnotherapy™, embracing ‘NextGen’ psychedelic bio-pharmaceuticals to treat burnout, addiction, depression, anxiety and psychological unease.

Under his leadership as CEO, Remedy Wellbeing™ received the accolade of Overall Winner: Worlds Best Rehab 2022 by Worlds Best Rehab Magazine. Because of his incredible work, the clinic is the world’s first $1 million-plus exclusive rehab center providing an escape for individuals and families requiring absolute discretion such as Celebrities, Sportspeople, Executives, Royalty, Entrepreneurs and those subject to intense media scrutiny.

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The region of California has long been the home of tech companies and start-ups developing the latest Internet-based products. Like Wall Street in the 1980s, Silicon Valley is now synonymous with drug use among individuals that work for companies in the area.
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