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What is Addiction?

Addictions refer to the compulsive and harmful reliance on a substance or behavior, often leading to a loss of control, negative consequences, and a persistent desire to continue the behavior despite its detrimental effects.

Addictions encompass a wide range of compulsive behaviors and substance use disorders that can have serious physical, psychological, and social consequences. They often involve a loss of control, where individuals are unable to stop the behavior or substance use, even when it leads to adverse outcomes. Common addictions include substance addictions like drugs and alcohol, as well as behavioral addictions such as gambling, internet use, or shopping. The development of addiction can involve genetic, environmental, and psychological factors. Effective treatment typically combines therapy, medication, and support to help individuals overcome their addiction, regain control over their lives, and improve their overall well-being.


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