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How To Quit Addiction Of Spasmo Proxyvon
Depends: There are so many new addiction apps that it is very hard to tell which are good. Many are substance or behavior specific. There are many for nicotine and sexual addictions. I would advise research and to try them. Most are free or very inexpensive. If you are motivated your chances are much greater to achieve some assistance from these. ...Read more
Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors. A person affected by addiction will be unable to consistently Abstain from use, will have Impaired Behavioral control, will have Craving or increased "hunger" for drugs or rewarding experiences, will have a Dysfunctional Emotional response, and will show diminished recognition of significant problems with their own ...Read more
This can be: A very involved assessment. Please seek out a psychologist who specializes in treating addictive sexual behaviors. This is a very treatable problem and certainly avoiding it or putting it on the back burner won't get you to the freedom you're seeking. ...Read more
Worth a try.: Hypnosis is by definition a heightened state of focus and concentration. There are various techniques for using hypnotic methods to explore and transform distracting thoughts. Addiction can be a complicated set of interdependent triggers, so hypnosis may be one tool in a more comprehensive program of recovery. Good luck! ...Read more
Is it possible to stop a 20 year addiction to cocaine? The person does not eveen consider quitting because he doesn't think it is possible.
Yes it's possible: With authentic desire, appropriate professional and personal support, and a treatment plan, it's possible to stop an addiction at any time. Being addicted to Cocaine for such a long time means that treatment could be complicated, but not impossible. However, if the person himself is not interested in quitting, it won't happen. His body may end things with a stroke or heart attack instead. ...Read more
Depends: Some substances are inherently more addictive, like heroin and nicotine. But it really depends on the individual. Ex someone may be addicted to both Cocaine and marijuana, they may give up the Cocaine but have much more difficulty with the marijuana. Or they give up alcohol and the cigarettes still hold a powerful grip. I would say the last addictive substance is the most difficult, but can be don. ...Read more
Helping an addict: It depends if he wants to stop or not. There's nothing you can do to make him stop and nothing you can do to make him use, although addicts will blame others for doing so. There may be a companion group for you, such as al-anon (for aa), naranon (for na), gamanon (for ga), cosa (for saa). Entering your own recovery helps you to not enable him, which helps him whether he wants to stop or not. ...Read more
Find a support group: For your specific addiction. AA for alcoholics, GA for gamblers, etc. Let them help you assess the addiction and refer you to providers who are specialists in your area. (Check with your insurance carrier first to make sure the doc is on your plan.) Quitting an addiction is complex and multilayered. Treatment approaches succeed when they are longer term, especially for long-term habits. ...Read more
Until you don't: Obviously, the longer that you remain "clean", the less likely you will relapse. As soon as you no longer feel that you have to remain clean, you will probably relapse into old behavior. ...Read more
Decide what you want: First, decide what you want. Do you want recovery, or more of the same? Recovery from any kind of addiction is challenging, and your commitment will be tested. Addiction both prevents you -- and protects you -- from living your life authentically. If you want to let go of that form of protection in exchange for a new kind of journey, see an addiction medicine doctor and commit to 12 step group. ...Read more
I Am Student Of 10th class usually Active At Physical Activities and BusY Schedule Of Studies but I Can't Resist My addiction Of Mastubation! Quit it.
I'm concerned about: Your use of capital letters to begin most words. In contradistinction to the obsession with your privates you may not ever become a great communicator if you do not become more mindful of your use of caps and proper punctuation. In time this too will come. ...Read more
If you mean Cocaine and not coca-cola then I would strongly recommend you find a Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting your area and go! The people there will know doctors and rehab centers in your area that can help. The NA meetings are also very helpful for those trying to beat addiction.
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Find real love: All men look at images and enjoy their bodies as you do. It becomes an addiction when, and only when, you are losing time from other things you need to be doing -- job, study, learning, forming relationships. Porn is a dead-end as it presents unrealistic bodies ; scenarios. Think about the person you'll marry, get with your doctor if you need to for thought / talk rx and maybe medication. ...Read more
Help avoid triggers: Perhaps avoid environmental triggers........Help them remember their supportive meds like chantix....... Talk to them about what their triggers are...... ...Read more
My bro suffering from codein addiction. He wants to quit but he feels very lousy and drowsy without. That is why he is compelled to have codein again.
Slowly: 1st of all - congratulations on quitting! Finding a good doctor to guide you thru it is best but if you need to do it on your own, go slowly. However many a day you take, cut by 1 each 3-5 days. If 3 days results in feeling too bad, go to up to 4 days to cut further. Or you can just go down a pill every 5 days until a 1/2 pill and then stop. Too quick is not wise. But quitting is very wise. Best! ...Read more
Alcohol: I don't believe people have drug or alcohol problems. I do, on the other hand, believe they have emotional problems and that they use drugs and alcohol to cope. Speak with a reputable psychotherapist about what is bothering you emotionally, and consider going to 12 step meetings. Find one that is right for you. ...Read more
Multiple strategies: First step is safe detox. Then, often in early stage of recovery Methadone or Suboxone maintenance or natlrexone can play a role. Delete phone numbers of all your using friends from your phone contacts. Change your phone number so that they can't call you. Get involved with na. Find something that will replace your habits and rituals surrounding the addiction. Talk to your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Many ways to stop:
The most important thing is a strong desire to quit. There are many strategies to help, from nicotine patches/gum & various pharmaceutical meds to acupuncture & hypnosis. Exercise & relaxation helps. For more details on ways to quit see http://altmedicine. About. Com/od/therapiesfromrtoz/a/quit_smoking_2.Htm and www. Shareguide. Com/smoking. Html
also see my comment. Good luck! ...Read more
Be glad: This is a time when you must, above everything else, refrain from critizing her. Remember that drugs and alcohol make people not be themselves. Be ready for initial disappointment. Say, 'i love it when you...' and 'remember you said you would...' go with her to sessions. Never be too busy for her. Be ready for weird stuff. If you can love unconditionally and not enable, you are truly blessed. ...Read more
It's. Their problem: U can't do it 4 them--help is available but they have to see the need-- try not 2 emable--let them take the consequences of their addictions. ...Read more
Why do some people become addicted to methadone if it is used to help quit a addiction to opiates?
I just quit smoking and all I do is eat, am I always going to replace my addiction with something else?
Glutamine need: Taking orally glutamine will stabilize the brain chemicals causing cravings. Take glutamine wait for 20 min if still feel like snacking then eat. The reason for smoking and need to eat is underlying stress or anxiety that needs to be addressed. Cognetive behaviour therapy will further help to understand these underlying issues. ...Read more
I have had a problem with pornography and masturbation for a while and I want to quit but I can't. it's become a very bad addiction, any help?
Addiction?: All men and many women like erotic images and use them to enhance the experience of enjoying their bodies while they're alone. There is nothing wrong with this, though the perfect bodies / fantasies porn are a dead-end and can't compare with loving a real person. If this is taking a huge amount of your time / mental energy, then it's a real addiction & your physician can help Rx -- make the call. ...Read more