Month: July 2017

How to Break Vaping Addiction

How to Quit a Vaping Addiction Vaping is a relatively new trend so there is not a lot of research on the harmful effects, but lots of research has already revealed evidence and trends that show vaping is a lot more harmful than you may think. It is believed by most to be the healthier alternative to cigarettes, but that doesn’t make them healthy. Some authorities have given statements on shortcomings of vaping as detailed below: According to the Center for Environmental Medicine at UNC, vapes can modify the immune system’s response by suppressing immune genes, even more so...

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How to Break Gambling Addiction

How to Quit Gambling Addiction Compulsive gambling, also known as gambling addiction or gambling disorder, is the uncontrollable urge to gamble even when negative consequences have taken a toll in your life. It means that you’re willing to gamble whether you’re up or down, affluent or penniless, carefree or downhearted, and you’ll continue to gamble regardless of the repercussions—even when you know that the odds are in defiance of you. Still,  you can’t manage to lose. Gambling can restore the brain’s reward system just like drugs or alcohol can do which leads to a certain kind of addiction. If...

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How to Break Tobacco Chewing Addiction

How to Quit Dipping Tobacco   Tobacco is the most important cash crop in American farming as it was the first crop grown for money and is native to the North and South American continents. It has played a long history in the American country because aside from cultivating the plant, it is also smoked in pipes for medicinal and ceremonial purposes.   In early history, Christopher Columbus brought a few tobacco leaves and seeds with him in Europe, but during the early times, most Europeans didn’t seem to be that interested in its taste. Only in the mid...

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How to Quit an Addiction

How to Get Over An Addiction Addiction is a complex state. It is a brain disease that is indicated by uncontrollable substance use regardless of the damaging effect it may cause. Individuals with the acute substance use disorder have an extreme center of attention on using a conclusive substance(s) to the extent that it takes over their life. Persons with a substance use disorder have twisted thoughts, conduct, and body malfunction. Changes in the brain’s functions are what making people have a strong longing for the drug and making it hard for them to stop using the substance(s). In...

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