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Can drug use help impulse control?
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Dr. Lawrence Smith
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: What do you mean?
Prescribed medications have been shown to decrease some forms of impulse-control problems.
Drug use or abuse (as in without a prescription) has not been scientifically demonstrated to help impulse control. It's not recommended.

In brief: What do you mean?
Prescribed medications have been shown to decrease some forms of impulse-control problems.
Drug use or abuse (as in without a prescription) has not been scientifically demonstrated to help impulse control. It's not recommended.
Dr. Lawrence Smith
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