Press Release (ePRNews.com) - California - Nov 03, 2020 - Rehab Centers Psyclarity Health
Addiction means different things to different people. In reality it is just one thing – a brain disorder, some say a disease, that is revealed by obsessive substance use and abuse even though the consequences will very likely be harmful to the user and to those around them. People with an addiction disorder have a very strong focus on using a specific substance, sometimes more than one, such as alcohol or drugs. The focus on and how to obtain the substance takes over their life. An addict will continue using alcohol or a drug even though they can see the effect it is having on them and those close to them. The good news is a number of effective treatments are available and people can recover from addiction and lead normal, productive lives. If you are concerned about a loved one, or yourself an are looking at rehab centers Psyclarity Health is a leader among leaders for physical and mental addiction recovery.
Some of the substances to which people can become addicted are alcohol, opioid pain killers, inhalants, hallucinogens, sedatives, hypnotics and tranquilizers, cocaine, meth, and other stimulants, as well as tobacco.
Changes or distortions in the brain’s wiring cause people to have intense desires for an addictive substance, making it seemingly impossible to them to stop using the drug. Studies of brain imaging show deviations in those areas of the brain that relate to judgment, decision making, learning, memory and behavior control and it does not happen by accident.
Addictive substances cause destructive changes in brain functionality. These changes can last long after the immediate effects of the drug, called intoxication. Intoxication is the intense pleasure, calm, increased senses or a high caused by the drug. The symptoms are different for every substance.
Those with an addiction issue build up a tolerance over time, depending on the frequency and intensity of use of a substance. Larger amount and more frequent usage become necessary to feel the effects.
People begin using a substance for different reasons, such as to feel better, to get high, to improve performance, anxiety, depression, peer pressure and just plain old curiosity.
Someone with an addictive disorder may be aware of their issue, but be unable to stop it even if they want to. Addiction may cause health problems and problems at work and with family members and friends. Abuse of drugs and alcohol is the principal cause of preventable illnesses and premature death.
With substance addiction, many people experience both mental disorder and addiction. The mental illness may be present before the addiction begins. Conversely, the addiction may trigger or make a mental illness worse.
There is an answer. Among rehab centers Psyclarity Health is a world-renowned healer, both mental and physical, of addictive behavior. Heal in the calming environment of the California sun.