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Addiction is a complex but treatable disease that affects brain function and behavior including circuits involved in reward and motivation, learning and memory, and inhibitory control over behavior.
UMANG CLINIC can help you break the shackles of addiction that affects you and your family, and lead a tobacco free life.
The main addictive content in tobacco products is Nicotine. The various tobacco products available are as follows:
Nicotine is the main content of tobacco products. It is highly addictive and the main culprit in the dependency that develops on tobacco products. Nicotine also causes hypertension. In addition to nicotine, all the above mentioned products also contain other harmful chemicalswhich can affects various parts of body like mouth, esophagus, lungs, urinary bladder, genitals, hearts, blood vessels and lead to cancer, chronic obstructive lung disorders (COPD), etc. Exposure to the tobacco smoke(passive smoking) also can have deleterious effects on those around, especially family members.
Symptoms of withdrawal from tobacco include, but are not limited to: Irritability, difficulty concentrating, constipation, decrease in heart rate, anxiety, depressed mood, insomnia, etc.
Commonly seen with disorders such as Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, bipolar, anxiety, and personality disorders. There is also high risk of lung and other cancers, cardiac and pulmonary heart disease, shortness of breath, miscarriage and so on.
Medications are given initially for Detox or withdrawal management, which are usually tapered and stopped. Later,in long term management anti-craving medications are started to reduce the craving or desire to consume alcohol.
Medications are given to manage the craving or desire to consume Tobacco.
Quitting the addictive substance is the first step and the crucial beginning of a long battle against craving and relapse. Counseling is an essential part of treatment for all patients of addiction. Drug refusal skills, craving management, anger management, and problem solving skills are various skills to be imparted to the patient in counseling and help those recovering from addiction stay clean. Psychotherapy can also be used to treat the other mental health conditions that often contribute to addiction.
Addiction is more than a physical dependence on drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Even after detox, when physical dependence is cured, patients are at high risk for relapse. Psychological and social factors are often powerful stimuli for relapse, which include :
These factors can create ongoing, nearly irresistible urges to use various substances of abuse. Counseling helps patients escape craving and learn to cope with life, without falling prey to addiction. Several counseling therapies are available for addictions abuse, and no method is known to be the best. Likewise, no one approach is appropriate for everyone with addiction. At UMANG CLINIC, a personalized counseling & treatment plan will be designed to cater to each individual’s addiction problem.
These factors can create ongoing, nearly irresistible urges to use various substances of abuse. Counseling helps addicts escape craving and learn to cope with life, without falling prey to addiction. Several counseling therapies are available for prescription drug abuse, and no method is known to be the best. Likewise, no one approach is appropriate for everyone with addiction. Behavior therapy plays a major important role in management of nicotine addiction. At UMANG CLINIC, a personalized counseling & treatment plan will be designed to cater to each individual’s addiction problem. As addiction is an illness that affects the family as a whole, in addition to the above mentioned services, UMANG CLINIC also offers one of a kind therapy services to the family members of patients suffering from addiction.
Treatment enables people to counteract addiction's powerful disruptive effects on the brain and behavior and to regain control of their lives. In addition to stopping regular substance use, the goal of treatment is to return people to productive functioning in the family, workplace, and community.
Nearly all patients suffering from addiction problem believe at the outset that they can stop using drugs on their own, some succeed but unfortunately most relapse. The psychological and physiological dependence which the patient is habituated to requires professional treatment and guidance which increases their chances of being successful and achieve long-term abstinence.