Substance dependence

Action Family Counseling Helps Clergy Plan Drug Abuse Prevention Programs

...  Family Counseling Helps Clergy Plan Drug Abuse Prevention Programs As a substance abuse counseling expert, I know the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported in 2012 that over 22.2 million persons aged 12 or older were classified… Continue reading

Impact of a 2-Year Multimodal Intervention for Disruptive 6-Year-Olds on Substance Use in Adolescence: Randomised Controlled Trial.

...  The authors investigated this population in a community sample. METHOD A prospective community sample (N=293) of adults living in single-room occupancy hotels was followed for a median of 23.7 months. Assessment included psychiatric and neurological evaluation, multimodal MRI, and… Continue reading

Effects of Non-Invasive Neurostimulation on Craving: A Meta-Analysis.

...  Biobehav Rev. 2013 Jul 31; Jansen JM, Daams JG, Koeter MW, Veltman DJ, van den Brink W, Groudiaan AE JANSEN, J.M., J.G. Daams, M.W.J. Koeter, D.J. Veltman, W. van den Brink, and A.E. Goudriaan. Effects of non-invasive neurostimulation on… Continue reading

Use of Micronutrients Attenuates Cannabis and Nicotine Abuse as Evidenced From a Reversal Design: A Case Study.

...  of micronutrients attenuates cannabis and nicotine abuse as evidenced from a reversal design: a case study. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2013 Apr-Jun; 45(2): 168-78Harrison R, Rucklidge JJ, Blampied N Prior research shows that micronutrients, particularly amino acids, can assist individuals… Continue reading

SLC1 Glutamate Transporters and Diseases: Psychiatric Diseases and Pathological Pain.

...  the pathogenesis of psychiatric diseases such as schizophrenia, mood disorders, and drug dependence/addiction, and pathological pain, as well as the potential of EAATs as therapeutic targets. HubMed – addiction Quality of Life Determinants in Patients of a Psychosocial Care… Continue reading

Health Professionals Working With First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Consensus Guideline.

...  recognize that mental illnesses such as mood disorders, anxiety, and addictions are a major public health issue for many First Nations, Inuit, and Métis. (II-3B)Use of mood-altering substances that lead to addiction is often a mechanism for coping with… Continue reading

Cannabis Use, Addiction Risk and Functional Impairment in Youth Seeking Treatment for Primary Mood or Anxiety Concerns.

...  of drug self-administration has emerged as a widely accepted operant conditioning model of excessive drug intake. We further argue here that drug-escalated animals represent a comprehensive model of addiction according to the manifestations of behavioral neuroadaptations resulting directly or… Continue reading

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Eating Patterns and Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Older Women: Breakfast Consumption and Eating Frequency.

...  The results indicated that people have difficulty estimating the calories in restaurant meals and individuals with and without eating disorders are largely in favor of menu labeling laws. HubMed – eating   The relationship between Internet addiction and bulimia… Continue reading

No Untoward Effects of Smoking Cues in Anti-Smoking Public Service Announcements.

...  gambling within a national monopoly. Conversely, political efforts have been made to legalize internet gambling, but have not yet been approved. Compared to other European countries, slot machine gambling and casino gambling are relatively popular, whereas betting is relatively unpopular. Last-year problem gambling prevalence (South Oaks Gambling Screen score?>?5) is estimated at 0.22-0.15% (2005, 2011). Treatment for problem gambling is covered by health insurance under the same conditions as substance dependence, but only a small proportion of Dutch problem gamblers seeks help at addiction treatment centres. CONCLUSIONS:… Continue reading