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Addiction is a brain disorder and has no respect for a person, regardless of sex, race, class or age. The word "addiction" is derived from a Latin term for "enslaved by" or "bound to." If you’ve ever had an addiction, or know anyone that has, you’ll understand this. It is defined as a psychological and physical inability to stop consuming a drug, chemical or substance or refrain from an activity even though it is causing psychological and physical damage.
If the addiction is a chemical or drug, this is referred to as Substance Addiction. If it’s an activity, for example gambling, this is referred to as a Process Addiction.
Addictions and Habits are completely different. Habit is a behaviour pattern developed by frequent repetition of the act over and over to the point the brain does it automatically. An addiction is a compulsive need of a certain thing or substance to the body, which when deprived causes horrible effects. A habit can be controlled or modified, while addiction cannot be controlled and requires professional help for modification. Some addictions can also be habits, such as smoking cigarettes.
This is a complementary therapy; it is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It is not a substitute for a medical examination, nor does it replace the need for services provided by medical professionals. Always seek the advice of your medical professional before making any changes to your treatment. Any medical questions should be directed to your doctor.
Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy and EFT, Nov 2016 Licensed Sanomentolgist and Rapid Pain Eliminator, Jan 2019. Sanomentology is accredited with the IPHM ( International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine ) Registered with the GHR (General Hypnotherapy Register)