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De-addiction representation

Addiction is a chronic and relapsing brain disease characterised by compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences. Addiction can involve drugs, alcohol, gambling, or other substances or behaviours that activate the brain’s reward system and lead to repeated use, often in larger and larger amounts to achieve the same effect.

Addiction is considered a disease because it changes the brain’s structure and function over time, leading to persistent changes in behaviour, emotions, and cognition. These changes can make it difficult for people to quit using the substance or engaging in the behaviour, even when they want to stop or when it causes serious problems in their lives. Treatment for addiction typically involves a combination of medication, therapy, and support from peers and loved ones.

De-addiction refers to the process of overcoming addiction to drugs, alcohol, or other substances that are causing harm to a person’s physical or mental health, social life, and daily activities.

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The duration of de-addiction treatment depends on several factors such as the severity of addiction, the type of substance being used, the person's overall health, and the type of treatment program. Some programs last for a few weeks while others may take several months or even a year to complete.

De-addiction is a complex process that requires professional support and medical supervision to ensure a safe and successful recovery. Attempting to do deaddiction at home can be dangerous and may lead to relapse or other complications.

Family members can support a person with addiction by providing emotional support, encouraging them to seek professional help, attending therapy or support group meetings with them, and avoiding enabling behaviours such as providing money or substances that could trigger a relapse.

Addiction is a chronic condition that cannot be cured completely, but it can be managed successfully with the right treatment and ongoing support. Recovery is an ongoing process that requires commitment and dedication to maintaining a sober lifestyle.