Addiction Control

Addiction is a biopsychosocial disorder or a chronic medical disease characterized by repetitive actions or engagements in behavior that become compulsive and result in harm to self and others. It can result in the compulsive or obsessive pursuit of “reward” and lack of concern over consequences. 

The most common addictions include the following:

However difficult and dangerous addictions may seem, it is not impossible to treat them. The following methods can be used to bring addition under control or possibly put a stop to them (though there could be a chance of relapse as well):

What is Addiction?
How Addiction Affects The Brain
Overcome Addiction – One Powerful Solution to Stop All Your Addiction