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Understanding the Cycle of Addiction.

Understanding the Cycle of Addiction

Addiction Cycle: Alcohol and drug addiction research clearly shows that the addicted brain is chemically and psychologically different from the normal brain. The idea of addiction being a neurological disorder is critical to understanding the development of addiction and the recovery process. read more

Exercise Bulimia-Purging Through Excessive Exercising .

Exercise Bulimia-Purging Through Excessive Exercising

Bulimia nervosa is a very serious eating disorder which involves frequent periods of consuming large amounts of food (binging), that's followed by purging to prevent gaining weight. Some people with bulimia nervosa abuse laxatives also for the same reason or as an alternative to self-induced...

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Why Are Bad Habits So Hard to Break?.

Why Are Bad Habits So Hard to Break?

Have you developed a habit that you want to stop because it's affecting your life in a negative way but find it impossible to quit? We all have developed bad habits in our life that we would like to change because the habitual behavior is having a negative impact on our lives. It's hard to make...

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Substance Abuse and Addiction - A Result of Anxiety and Stress.

Substance Abuse and Addiction - A Result of Anxiety and Stress

Common Ways People Cope with Stress and Anxiety That are Unfortunately 'Negative' We all experience stress and anxiety throughout our lives and we all have our own personal ways of coping when dealing with life's emotional challenges.
Sometimes we bring stress upon ourselves with choices we...

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Emotional Overeating and Food Addiction.

Emotional Overeating and Food Addiction

Emotional Overeating Many young and older people today use food for the same reasons some people abuse drugs or alcohol, which is to manage symptoms of depression and stress. We may not realize it at the time but when we're young most everyone receives pleasure from food. Whether good or bad, we...

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