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Psychological Risk Factor For Drug Dependence
Good Question: And controversial. Drug dependence starts as a choice to start and can become a disease because it causes impairment in function (the basic definition of disease which itself is hard to define). However it is debatable whether or not it is a disease. There are many opinions. Here is an interesting article: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/pmc3047254/ best regards. ...Read more
Seek support: To get free you must completely surrender to the fact you can't stop by your self. That you do indeed have a terminal disease if left untreated. Seek medical support especially if detox is needed. Try a twelve step meeting and get brutally honest with yourself and others that can help. You sound as though you are at a bottom, but there is a solution and you can be free. Rehab is another option. ...Read more
No: But you need to be sure you can handle the demands of any new job. ...Read more
Integrative care: A herniated disc can cause back pain as well as foot pain by physically pressing on the nerves that travel to the foot and by irritating them through the extrusion of pro-inflammatory disc materials. Physical therapy and other conservative measures, including medication management, are considered first line treatment. If these fail, your physician may recommend epidural steroid injections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a chicago rehab clinic that can deal with prescription drug dependence, underlying depression?
Yes--there are many: It is very common for people who struggle with drug dependence to also have depression, anxiety issues or post-traumatic stress disorder. Although chicago has many good rehab clinics, I would recommend you looking at the hazelden program. Hazelden programs are located throughout the country and have helped thousands of men, women & youth learn to live a meaningful life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you mean?: Can you rephrase the question? What mental health effects? What aspect of psychological dependency? Someone will be happy to help. Best wishes. ...Read more
Alcohol is a: Physiologically addictive substance. How quickly some1 becomes dependent on it varies from person 2 person. The younger you are when you experiment with alcohol and the smaller you are physically, the easier it is to become addicted i.e., dependent on it. Some people are more likely 2 become addicted if alcoholism runs in their family. There are both physiological and psychological reasons 4 this. ...Read more
The same: Mental or psychological dependence are essentially the same. You might mean physiological rather than psychological. Physiological involves bodily functions to include heart rate, blood pressure, shakiness, and other changes. When people are physiologically dependent, they may feel those bodily changes without a clear psychological/mental need/addiction. Addiction relates to mental/psychological. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: People being treated by prescription can become dependent but not addicted. ...Read more
Habituation: In any physical dependence the body adapts and the withdrawal symptoms are the body responding to the lack of the substance. Because addictions cause changes in neurotransmission they are difficult to treat and require enough time for the body to adjust to being "clean.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prone to drugs?: The same gene makes you prone to both drugs and alcohol. Kids of alcoholic, even if they do not become alcoholic, has the same gene their parents have, and can digest massive amount of booze while their friends can only take a limited amount. Cannot be alcoholic if no posession of genes that allow presence of massive amount of enzymes to digest big quantity of alcohol. Same with drugs! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How doe Suboxone show up or read as on a urine drug screen? And how long does Suboxone stay in your urine? Overcoming a brief opiate dependence and looking for work.
How could irritability (a mental heath effect caused by inhaling nitrite) influence dependence on the drug?
Don't understand?: Most of the time, when a drug producing 'dysphoric' effects - effects not considered pleasant by most people - fewer people abuse that drug. However, many drugs produce irritability, including cocaine and amphetamines, but people still get enough benefit to continue to use them. People use nitrites mainly for sexual enhancement, and are willing to pay the price of some stimulation/irritability. ...Read more
I was wondering what are the medical, substance, and psychological factors that can cause sexual dysfunctions?
Your question is: Very broad on a complex phenomenon. Substances like alcohol can reduce sex drive. Psychological events like sexual abuse, grief, breakups of relationships, performance anxiety, the impact of loss of trust due to betrayal by an affair can lead to sexual dysfunction. For medical causation I defer to the medical doctors here. ...Read more
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