Pharmacology of Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is a complex and chronic brain disorder characterized by compulsive drug seeking, use, and craving, despite harmful consequences. Understanding the pharmacology of drug addiction involves examining how substances interact with the brain's neural pathways, altering normal communication and leading to addictive behaviour. In conclusion, the pharmacology of drug addiction provides crucial insights into the neurological mechanisms underlying addictive behaviours. Understanding these processes is vital for developing effective prevention, intervention, and treatment strategies, offering hope for individuals struggling with addiction to reclaim their lives and well-being.

  • Neurotransmitter Imbalance
  • Reward Pathways
  • Neuroadaptation and Tolerance
  • Physical Dependence and Withdrawal

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