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Addiction InformationRegardless of whether you are an addict or not, knowing addiction information can always be beneficial. Addiction begins with abuse of a substance like alcohol, street drugs, or prescription drugs. Other addictive substances and issues include cigarettes, glue, food, hoarding, gambling, and sex. Some substances are more addictive than others, such as heroin or crack cocaine, and these can become addictive after only one or two uses.

Withdrawals – Addiction Information

Addiction occurs when a person loses control over the use of drugs or alcohol, and it can be psychological, physical, or a combination of both. Physical addiction happens when repeated abuse results in high tolerance to a substance, so the person needs a larger dose to get the same effects. When the addict tries to stop, he or she will go into withdrawals. Some withdrawal symptoms a person could experience include diarrhea, shakes and tremors, nausea and vomiting, muscle aches, and depression. The psychological aspects of addiction cause the addict to believe they can’t live without the drug, and they will lie and steal to get it.  When addiction includes both the physical and psychological aspects, professional treatment is the only way to ensure complete recovery.

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Some of the signs of addiction are mood swings, stealing, selling belongings, anxiety, anger, depression, changes in friends, and problems with school or employment.  Also, the person will be obsessed with trying to get more of the drugs, has no interest in activities, develops erratic sleeping habits, and shows sudden changes in appetite and weight.
This is only a brief summary of addiction information, there is much more an addict or loved one should know. If you or someone you know has a problem, don’t hesitate to seek help right away.  Seeking help is not a sign of weakness, but continuing the addiction can result in becoming weaker with each passing day.  Don’t continue struggling with an addiction and the devastating consequences it has created in your life. Contact us immediately for more addiction information or to begin your recovery.

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