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Addictions

  1. 1.  Sara González Martín Jorge Córdoba Amo Charo Povedano Sánchez Lucia Cruz Sevillano
  2. 2.  The addiction is a primary disease, which affects the brain, consisting of a set of signs and symptoms. The origin of the addiction is due to factors Biological , genetic, psychological, and social. Studies show that there are neurochemical changes involved in people with addictive disorders and biogenetic predisposition also exists to develop the disease. The addiction is a treatable disease and recovery is possible.
  3. 3.  The psychological disorder characterized by compulsive lying. Change reality to make it more bearable.
  4. 4.  It is an irresistible impulse to lie The mythomaniac has  tendency to change the reality. lying to win prestige, improve the image others have of him. can lie to manipulate people or to do harm. It is not harmless. Has negative effects on the sufferer and sufferers.
  5. 5.  serious difficulties in limiting the amount of money or time used in the game, resulting in adverse consequences for the player, others or the community. There are a variety of treatments such as self-help groups and psychiatric medication
  6. 6.  He is a person who likes and loves the job. However, stress,  personality disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorders may be related to the job.
  7. 7.  Are those people who have an uncontrollable need for sex of any kind either anal, oral, vaginal and fun is only having sex with other people to masturbation  or pornography, are those categorized as hyperactive sexual or sex addicts.
  8. 8.  It is a disease that involves the continue d use of substances that affect the central nervous system and brain function, causing changes in behavior, perception, judgment and emotions.
  9. 9.  Sudden changes in personality and mood excess unexplained. drop in school performance or dropping out. Withdrawal from the company of others. Loss of interest in activities such as sports and hobbies. Increases in offenses
  10. 10.  Increased conflicts and fights with family bloodshot eyes changes in appetite. Distraction, excessive laughs. Antisocial activities such as lying, stealing, skipping school, etc.. Changes in hygiene and the alteration of the appearance.
  11. 11.  Joining a new group of peers of the same age .. Use long sleeves even on hot days. Defensive reaction when you mention drugs and alcohol in the conversation He talks a lot without stopping Calm or Excessive slowly. Incoherent speech. Lack of motivation, irresponsible
  12. 12.  twelve oclock, my parents think Im in bed but I am not sleeping, Im at a party with friends and this is the best! No parents, alcohol, drugs, dope, sex, but I am not used to smoke or drink, Im a little scared I don’t know how can be my reaction but I have to do it. I can’t disappoint the group, they are popular! I never want to be marginalized from school, they have invited me to this super party and I have to take drugs. Now Betty, who is the most beautiful, sexy and fashion, is offering me a joint, what? I have to accept ... I will therefore only a drag and simply just a ... I don’t harm step. My God this is trippy , as if all the problems disappear, which last, I feel the music is total. Now he says to drink whiskey ...Oh my god the mixture is complete, Im in heaven. Since a month ago I smoke pot and Im getting tired, there is another party tonight but Im told that this time will be much better. They say if you put joint in the middle of a pill is trippy. For tonight well see ... 
  13. 13.   is the technical term for the compulsive desire to shop, more commonly referred to as compulsive shopping , shopping addiction, shopaholism or  compulsive buying  All of these are considered to be either clinical addictions or impulse control disorders, depending on the clinical source.
  14. 14.  continued use of the Internet, creates a dependency relationship between the user and the computer.   If a person only spends several hours in front of the screen, but all life activities revolve around your Internet connection, you may be creating problems addictive.
  15. 15.  The user is away from his family and friends. Relationships are terminated by the difficulty of relating face to face. Negative effect on social relations.
  16. 16.  The user is creating an artificial world. The addiction can cause physical damage. It can cause overweight and diseases. Online gambling.
  17. 17. 1-Make a time limit.2-Change habits permanence times on the computer.3-Install software to restrict access to websites you normally visit compulsively.4-Make a list of things you can do instead of sitting at the computer and put it near the monitor.5-Put the computer in a very busy household.
  18. 18.  Facebook, MySpace, twitter ... social networks are currently having great success among the population, especially among the younger population, in order to maintain contact with friends
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