Alcohol withdrawal Syndrome

Alcohol withdrawal Syndrome are a group of symptoms that are life threatening and occur when an individual completely stops consuming alcohol or greatly reduces their intake after a long period of alcohol intake. These symptoms may start from 8 hours to days after the individual stops and may last for day or even weeks. When […]

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Obsessive compulsive disorder-...

“An individual looking as normal as person can be, has an ordinary simple job and lives an ordinary life. But when it comes to having meals this individual has rules; the fork has to be on the right and spoon on the left straight, salt always on the right side of the plate, food has […]

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Effects of Alcoholism

Alcoholism is medically diagnosed as a disease that exhibits itself in the individual’s frequent use of alcohol irrespective of its negative consequences. Death due to alcohol abuse is over 100,000 and is in an ever increasing state; from accidents to organ failures the effect is far and reaching. Alcohol consumption affects the individual both mentally […]

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Do you think you have Obsessiv...

The cleaning and/or washing type of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common type among other types. Here the individual engages in cleaning or washing rituals and it can be directed towards self or the environment. In the cleaning/washing type the obsession, there is fear of contamination. Fear that the individual would get ‘dirty’ or […]

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Causes of Obsession Compulsion...

Around 2.3% of the population from the ages 18- 54 suffer from Obsession Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The mental disorder is characterized by obsessions are repetitive ideas and thoughts that are unwanted and distressing and Compulsions that are ritualistic actions carried out to deal with obsessions. Individuals with obsessions and/or compulsions; Face great distress and anxiety, […]

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De-addiction through behavioural treatment

v2Don’t we so often hear the adage: “Old habits die hard”? It underlines certain behavioural pattern that takes shape over a period of time. As good habits stand a person in good stead, the bad ones like drug addiction causes untold misery. Changing bad habits through behavioural treatment helps in effective de-addiction.

Root of problem

What makes behavioural treatment such an important component of a de-addiction exercise is that it hits at the root of the ...

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Genes May Also Affect Severity of Drug Addiction a New Case Study

Treatment for drug addiction is affected by a person’s genetic makeup and the duration of substance abuse.

A research team found that drug addicts who have a certain genetic makeup have lower gray matter density — and therefore fewer neurons — in areas of the brain that are important for decision-making, self-control, learning and memory.

This research shows that genes can influence the severity of addiction...

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How to Predict the Drug Usage in your Teen

Even if your teenagers do not use drugs, you still need to keep an eye on them. It is much better to realize that things could change, and anticipate that your teen COULD become a user. Essentially, it is not wise to make assumptions about topics such as drug use. Also, having been a high school teacher afforded me the opportunity to witness peer pressure, and how even good kids could be convinced to try drugs – just to fit in...

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Drug Rehabilitation Facts and Treatment

Drug addiction is one of the major concern that most of the people are struggling with so many years around the globe. People who are addicted to any sort of drug not only ruins the addicts life but also puts bad impact on family, relatives, friends and all the people around them. This is something which should not be taken as lightly because any delay in the treatment can be very devastating and sometimes may result into death...

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