Addic­tions are very com­mon in our soci­ety. This dis­or­der affects mil­lions of peo­ple, as we are speaking.

They are defined as depen­dence on a sub­stance (alco­hol, drugs, tobac­co, med­ica­tion) or an activ­i­ty (sports, gam­bling, sex­u­al­i­ty, com­pul­sive purchases).

Addic­tions often lead to ter­ri­ble con­se­quences on the dai­ly life of the per­son suf­fer­ing from it. Symp­toms are main­ly defined by the loss of con­trol, an emo­tion­al and med­ical imbal­ance and numer­ous dis­rup­tions on a dai­ly basis (pro­fes­sion­al, fam­i­ly or social life). 

If the vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty fac­tors are numer­ous, pre­ven­tion as well as appro­pri­ate care, remain the best assets to face of this pathol­o­gy. 

Treffen Sie Ihren Berater

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