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Addiction is a complex disease, often chronic in nature, which affects the functioning of the brain and body. It also causes serious damage to families, relationships, schools, workplaces and neighborhoods. The most common symptoms of addiction are severe loss of control, continued use despite serious consequences, preoccupation with using, failed attempts to quit, tolerance and withdrawal. Addiction can be effectively prevented, treated and managed by healthcare professionals in combination with family or peer support.


Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction, also known as alcoholism, is a disease that affects people of all walks of life. Experts have tried to pinpoint factors like genetics, sex, race, or socioeconomics that may predispose someone to alcohol addiction. But it has no single cause. Psychological, genetic, and behavioral factors can all contribute to having the disease. It’s important to note that alcoholism is a real disease. It can cause changes to the brain and neurochemistry, so a person with an alcohol addiction may not be able to control their actions.

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Symptoms of Alcoholism


Drug Addiction

Drug addiction isn’t about just heroin, cocaine, or other illegal drugs. You can get addicted to alcohol, nicotine, opioid painkillers, and other legal substances. At first, you may choose to take a drug because you like the way it makes you feel. You may think you can control how much and how often you use it. But over time, drugs change how your brain works. These physical changes can last a long time. They make you lose self-control and can lead you to damaging behaviors.

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Symptoms of Drug Addiction


Polysubstance Addiction

Substance abuse is a problem that affects many people, including those who are addicted and dependent upon substances as well as the people around them. In many cases, people are addicted or dependent on multiple drugs, using many drugs at the same time or alternating between two or more drugs to counteract the side effects of the other. This is known as polysubstance abuse. It’s important to understand the nature of polysubstance abuse and to know the risk factors involved and the treatment options that are available.

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Symptoms of Polysubstance Addiction


Gadget Addiction

Gadget addiction is the use/abuse of gadgets to the extent that it starts to negatively influence our health and life as a whole. It affects teenagers and children the most because their mindsets compel them to explore things around them. While for some, gadgets are a mode of exploration and learning, for others they become sources of entertainment, resulting in addiction.

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Symptoms of Gadget Addiction


Drug Induced Psychosis

Psychosis is a mental health problem which temporarily causes someone to interpret the world differently from those around them. Drug-induced psychosis, also known as ‘stimulant psychosis’, refers to any psychotic episode which has been caused by abuse of stimulants, an adverse reaction to prescription drugs, or excessive use of alcohol which has directly triggered a psychotic reaction.

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Symptoms of Drug Induced Psychosis


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Addiction is a complex disease, often chronic in nature, which affects the functioning of the brain and body. It also causes serious damage to families, relationships, schools, workplaces and neighborhoods. The most common symptoms of addiction are severe loss of control, continued use despite serious consequences, preoccupation with using, failed attempts to quit, tolerance and withdrawal. Addiction can be effectively prevented, treated and managed by healthcare professionals in combination with family or peer support.


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Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction, also known as alcoholism, is a disease that affects people of all walks of life. Experts have tried to pinpoint factors like genetics, sex, race, or socioeconomics that may predispose someone to alcohol addiction. But it has no single cause. Psychological, genetic, and behavioral factors can all contribute to having the disease. It’s important to note that alcoholism is a real disease. It can cause changes to the brain and neurochemistry, so a person with an alcohol addiction may not be able to control their actions.

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Symptoms of Alcoholism


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Drug Addiction

Drug addiction isn’t about just heroin, cocaine, or other illegal drugs. You can get addicted to alcohol, nicotine, opioid painkillers, and other legal substances. At first, you may choose to take a drug because you like the way it makes you feel. You may think you can control how much and how often you use it. But over time, drugs change how your brain works. These physical changes can last a long time. They make you lose self-control and can lead you to damaging behaviors.

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Symptoms of Drug Addiction


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Polysubstance Addiction

Substance abuse is a problem that affects many people, including those who are addicted and dependent upon substances as well as the people around them. In many cases, people are addicted or dependent on multiple drugs, using many drugs at the same time or alternating between two or more drugs to counteract the side effects of the other. This is known as polysubstance abuse. It’s important to understand the nature of polysubstance abuse and to know the risk factors involved and the treatment options that are available.

Symptoms of Polysubstance Addiction


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Gadget Addiction

Gadget addiction is the use/abuse of gadgets to the extent that it starts to negatively influence our health and life as a whole. It affects teenagers and children the most because their mindsets compel them to explore things around them. While for some, gadgets are a mode of exploration and learning, for others they become sources of entertainment, resulting in addiction.

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Symptoms of Gadget Addiction


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Drug Induced Psychosis

Psychosis is a mental health problem which temporarily causes someone to interpret the world differently from those around them. Drug-induced psychosis, also known as ‘stimulant psychosis’, refers to any psychotic episode which has been caused by abuse of stimulants, an adverse reaction to prescription drugs, or excessive use of alcohol which has directly triggered a psychotic reaction.

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Symptoms of Drug Induced Psychosis