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How many of you can answer the question “What is an addiction?” Until an individual has experienced an addiction, it is difficult to imagine how addicts became so enveloped in their actions that they can no longer live without that particular action and/or substance. In fact, many individuals are addicted to something at some point in their life, whether it is food, exercising, or simply spending money. However, when these preferences begin to consume an individual’s life, and they can no longer function without them, it becomes an issue that must be addressed.

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An AddictionThe problem with drug and alcohol addictions is that these unhealthy habits can greatly affect an individual’s health and their ability to maintain proper mental function. When an individual is addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, the frequent use of these substances not only affects their mood and habits, but it can also affect the actual makeup of their brain. Therefore, these addictions then become more difficult to overcome as they now depend on physical signals from an individual’s brain.

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Oftentimes, individuals who are addicted to illegal substances and/or alcohol simply cannot overcome their addiction on their own. Regardless of their desire to do so, sometimes their brain and body simply may not let them accomplish this task. In fact, they may even lose the ability to distinguish between what is an addiction and what are normal healthy habits. As a result, individuals with addictions may need to seek help in an inpatient rehabilitation setting. These settings allow clients to deal with addiction and overcome its grip on their life through personalized drug/alcohol treatment regimens. With the help of counseling, physical methods of dealing with an addiction, and therapeutic exercises, clients will learn to avoid relapse.

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