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Understanding Addiction & it’s Causes

People use drugs or alcohol to escape, relax, or reward themselves. Over time they can make you believe that you need them to enjoy life, or that you can’t cope without them, which can gradually lead to dependence and addiction. Approximately 10% of any population is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Addiction is more common than diabetes, which occurs in approximately 7% of the population. Addiction crosses all socio-economic boundaries. 10% of teachers, 10% of plumbers, and 10% of CEOs have an addiction.The terms alcohol addiction, alcoholism, and dependence are all equivalent. Different terms have been used over time in an attempt to overcome the stigma of addiction.You sometimes use more than you would like to use. For example, one drink leads to more drinks, or one line of cocaine leads to more.You continue to use despite negative consequences. For example, you continue to drink even though it has hurt your relationships given in the below cards –

Drug Addiction

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Alchohol Addiction

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Prescription Addiction

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People use drugs or alcohol to escape, relax, or reward themselves. Over time they can make you believe that you need them to enjoy life, or that you can’t cope without them, which can gradually lead to dependence and addiction. Approximately 10% of any population is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Addiction is more common than diabetes, which occurs in approximately 7% of the population. Addiction crosses all socio-economic boundaries. 10% of teachers, 10% of plumbers, and 10% of CEOs have an addiction.The terms alcohol addiction, alcoholism, and dependence are all equivalent. Different terms have been used over time in an attempt to overcome the stigma of addiction.You sometimes use more than you would like to use. For example, one drink leads to more drinks, or one line of cocaine leads to more.You continue to use despite negative consequences. For example, you continue to drink even though it has hurt your relationships given in the below cards –

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