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  • 1.  Addictions: addiction has been defined as physical and psychological dependence, (for example alcohol, tobacco, caffeine and other drugs).
  • 2.  Addiction is a complex problem that affects not only the physical and mental health of individuals, but also their families and social environment.
  • 3.  Dependence  Addiction  Binge drinking  Prescription drugs  Recovery  Substance  Substance misuse  Detox  Relapse  Priority  Rehabilitation centre  Treatment  Support  Complex illness  Addictive behaviour Dependence- feeling that you need a substance in order to carry on doing what you want to do. Priory- rehabilitation centre. Relapse- a return to previous behaviour patterns. Binge drinking- excessive alcohol consumption.
  • 4.  Addiction  Forgetful  Various  Resembling  Affecting  Quizzed  Absorbed  Anticipate  Interaction  Complain • Different • Expect • Impacting • Immersed • Obsession • Communication • Looking like • Absent-minded • Moan • Questioned
  • 5.  Addiction  Forgetful  Various  Resembling  Affecting  Quizzed  Absorbed  Anticipate  Interaction  Complain • Different • Expect • Impacting • Immersed • Obsession • Communication • Looking like • Absent-minded • Moan • Questioned
  • 6.  Alcohol  Overeating  Gambling  Exercise addiction  Shopping  Internet  Video game  Work  Prescription drugs  Nicotine  Tanning addiction  Surgery  Hair pulling  Tattoos  Gaming CAN YOU THINK OF ANY OTHER ADDICTIONS?
  • 7.  The practice of compulsively chewing and consuming excessive amounts of ice is called pagophagia.  Pagophagia is a form of pica,  a condition where people crave  and eat non-food items that have  no nutritional value.
  • 8.  Craving and eating non-food items is a condition called pica and those with the disorder are known to compulsively eat paint, fences, cigarette ashes, paper and a variety of other non-nutritional items.  Pica can occur during pregnancy.
  • 9.  Depression- feeling down  Anxiety- paranoia  Low self-esteem- feeling low and guilty  No confidence- a state of mind linked to depression  Anger- highly irritable  Boredom- a repeated pattern
  • 10.  http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_kdTZK3-fcY ( toilet paper)  http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=A9DOoTqY6Zs (dirt)
  • 11.  Do you know anyone with an addiction?  What are you addicted to?  What do you know about addictions?

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