When we teach about physical exertion, it is important to begin with a brief discussion of the difference between "use", "abuse" and "addiction". "Use" in conjunction with "appropriate" consumption of alcohol or any other creative medicine. Relevant use of materials means that the consumer uses the material at the appropriate time, at the right place and in the right amount. It involves the use of a drug in such a way as to be used and individuals defined as appropriate consumers.
When minors use alcohol (or any other non-prescribed / thought-out medicine) it is considered to be abuse. Consumption of alcohol (or any other prescribed mood / thoughtful medicine) of minors is considered abuse. Consumption of illegal drug is considered abuse. When someone delivers prescriptive medications prescribed for someone else, it is considered abuse. It recommends using the content in a manner that is inconsistent with its intended purpose). It may involve taking prescription drugs in a manner that is not recommended – in terms of amount, shape or frequency. It might mean consuming the content at an inappropriate time or place. It might be like drinking alcohol to get drunk. Consumption is also considered offensive when the substance takes on an increased weight in the consumer's life.
"Misuse" also contributed to the continued consumption of alcohol despite negative consequences. Anyone who drinks too much or too often may be addictive alcohol, rather than being alcoholic or alcoholic. Abuse diagnostic criteria include some symptoms that do not meet dependency criteria, but include symptoms like these: continuing beverages despite problems in different areas of the dragon, impaired ability to take care of one and # 39; Role and responsibility and repeated drink in hazardous situations (eg aging).
Alcohol or other drugs are considered addiction or dependence if the aforementioned criteria are present, along with the following symptoms:
1) taking alcohol or other drugs for a longer period than intended, 2) have tried and failed reduce use or stop; 3) spend reasonable time trying to get the content (alcoholic), use it and recover it, 4) leave or reduce important activities such as social, occupational or leisure activities , 5) resistance to alcohol or other drugs, 6) the occurrence of withdrawal symptoms when risking or cutting down.
Tolerance is the need for more chemistry to get the same result or the effect of the same amount of material have less effect. Revocation involves physical and psychological symptoms that occur when the substance is stopped or significantly reduced.
Although previous descriptions are used as the usual criteria for clinical diagnostic methods, thinking about abuse, abuse and addiction as the final, single class is difficult when you think of addiction as a chronic and progressive illness. Progress of addiction from initial consumption to final stage may include some or all of the previous descriptions in one place, starting with "use", advances to "abuse", then to "dependence" or "addiction". For some people, "use" will not take place in stages. For others, consumption can go to the next level and stopped. Alcohol or drugs progress from use to dependence. Progress can be fast or slower. With denial, alcoholics can show symptoms of alcoholism (as taught by professionals) for a decade, before he is aware of their own addiction.
When consuming addiction, it can not return to "abuse". In some cases, progress towards addiction begins with the first use of alcohol and other medicines (AOD). For others, responsible drinking of alcohol (or prescription drugs) may continue over time, before this pattern goes into later stages and highly addicted. Some people experience genetic predisposition to addiction. Others do not, but become addicted to time and behavior. Some people who experience alcohol and other drugs (AOD) in original companies and their genetic predisposition will not be affected.
While it seems appropriate to distinguish between what use, abuse and addiction, the warning is also relevant. "Use" may not be simply "use", if you have genetic and other environmental, emotional, and behavioral factors. "Use" may be the starting point of the progress of addictions.