Addiction Induced Brain Disorders

The concept that addiction is a “brain disease” has become widespread and rarely challenged. As Brain disease suggests that understanding and treating addiction in brain is necessarily a useful level of analysis. It explains the limits of over-medicalizing and acknowledging a genuine place for medication in the therapeutic collection. It is essential for an addicted person to understand addiction and to providing optimal care. The brain diseased person can  disguises the dimension of choice in addiction, the capacity to respond, and also the essential fact people use drugs for reasons (as consistent with a self-medication hypothesis). The latter becomes obvious when patients become self-denying, yet still struggle to assume rewarding lives in the kingdom of work and relationships. Addicts can choose to recover and are not own victims of their own “hijacked brains

  • Mental and emotional development
  • Child behavior with peers
  • Environmental influences in child behavior development

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