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Someone Who Become Addicted With Caffeine Essay

… Caffeine Addiction Someone Who Become Addicted With Caffeine Addiction

Caffeine is the most commonly used mood-altering drug in the world and is commonly defined as a "…moderately strong stimulant which is found in coffee, tea, chocolate, some soft drinks, and some medications" (Addicted to caffeine). It affects the nervous system and causes an increase of insulin and adrenalin in the body. Other affects of this drug are a decrease in appetite and fine motor functions but an increase in levels of alertness (Addicted to caffeine). While it is not considered to be especially dangerous it can lead to various side-effects and withdrawal symptoms, such as increased anxiety, as well as addiction that can have negative health and social consequences.

The extent of the usage of…. [read more]


Caffeine and Nicotine Research Paper

… The problem is achieving levels will require using more of these substances (which will make the codependency even worse). (Tarter, 1998, pp. 102 -- 105)

Moreover, Gold (1998) found that the impact of the addiction is so strong that substance abuse centers will often treat this condition. However, most individuals are reluctant to seek out different forms of treatment. This is because there are a number of fears associated with receiving this kind of assistance to include: (Gold, 1998, pp. 47 -- 58)

Concerns that cessation efforts would be stressful for the individual.

The belief that smoking is less than a problem in comparison with other forms of drug use.

These practices are embraced by staff inside these facilities (with some who smoke). This will…. [read more]


Drugs and Alcohol Issues Essay

… Meanwhile, other people become obese or obsessed with computer gaming or alcoholics. There appear to be genetic components to addictive behavior because it is often evident in different generations within families.

However, addiction is probably more of a dysfunctional behavior pattern and the product of various coping attempts of individuals through the wrong means. A person who discovers that drinking dulls the pain of some emotional issue may begin drinking more and more because of that reward. Another person may find emotional solace in eating sugary deserts or doughnuts. They may also exchange one addiction for another. But, in those cases, their addiction occurred as a specific result of the underlying issues and not because the person was necessarily afflicted with a disease of addiction.…. [read more]


Drugs Society and Human Behavior Term Paper

… Drugs, Society, And Human Behavior

Beating the Addiction: The Journey of Giving Up Red Bull

An Exploration in Caffeine Withdrawal and Substance Abuse

Although Red Bull energy drinks come stocked with a variety of so-called energy-producing substances including Glucose, Taurine, Glucuronolactone, Niacin, and Sodium Citrate, the active ingredient is none other than Caffeine. While scientists have debated the positive vs. The negative effects of the drug, most can say without a doubt that caffeine is highly addictive. Quitting caffeine cold turkey is almost as difficult as quitting smoking, perhaps more so. By journaling my experience giving up Red Bull, and therefore caffeine, the mysteries of the caffeine-free journey will be unearthed.

Stages of Change

One of the first signs of change when giving up Red…. [read more]


Intervention and Addiction Therapy Theory and Practice Essay

… Intervention & Addiction Therapy

Theory & Practice, Intervention and Addiction Therapy

The study of psychology is a complex science integrating environmental, social, and biological factors to develop a successful understanding of the continuously changing structure of an individual's psychopathology. Implicit in that study is the assessment and evaluation of foreign substances within the body. A growing body of work has discovered several relevant biochemical and psychosocial mechanisms related to the phenomenon of addiction which must be accounted for in any discussion or practice of substance abuse counseling. Though there is a significant social component in the decision to use and abuse controlled substances, existing therapeutic practices are fairly effective in combating those relatively superficial desires often rising from deeper self-concept dissonance. However, for any therapeutic…. [read more]


Social Problem Drug Abuse Research Paper

… Social Problem - Drug Abuse

Drug Abuse

Drug abuse refers to excessive use of drugs with an intention of altering one's mood, emotion or state of consciousness. Buddy T. (2011) further indicates that drug abuse is "the use of illicit drugs or the abuse of prescription or over-the-counter drugs for purposes other than those for which they are indicated or in a manner or in quantities other than directed."

The menace of drug abuse otherwise referred to as substance abuse has been a threat to the societal mesh and has been attributed largely to the products of the civilization and the effects of globalization. There are particular aspects in the civilized and globalised society that encourage the wider abuse of drugs as follows (Medline Plus,…. [read more]


Depression and Addictive Behavior Thesis

… Depression and Addictive Behavior

Double Cruel Hand

Comobid Conditions

Contemporary, Challenging Concerns Worldwide

Derangement of the Volition 7 Contemporary Addictions

Addictions

VMAT2

Role of Cocaine Use in Depression

Clinical Techniques of Helping

Pharmacogenetics

Quit

Tried and True" Techniques

Medications

Points for Treatment Consideration

Clients' Reported Med Use When Admitted to Substance Abuse Clinics

Personal Growth and Maintenance (adapted from Daley, 2007)

"To Do" Recommendations

Physical and Lifestyle Areas Meriting Focus in Recovery

Emotional Areas Meriting Focus in Recovery from Addiction and Depression

DEPRESSION and ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR

INTRODUCTION

Addiction and depression are common comorbid conditions." (Daley, 2007)

Double Cruel Hand

Comorbid," the term Daley (2007) purports in this study's introductory quote, denotes addiction and depression. According to Webster's New Millennium ™ Dictionary of English, comorbid, an…. [read more]


Drug Addiction Research Paper

… Social Problem of Drug Addiction

Drug Addiction

The Social Problem of Drug Addiction and the Role of the Community

The Social Problem of Drug Addiction and the Role of Community

Drug addiction is a multifaceted human issue that breeds biological, economic, and social consequences. The social impact of drug abuse and addiction affects the family, the community, and resonates with the overall society at large. In the simplest terms, a drug is a substance that alters the function of the body (Wilson & Kolander, 2011). In some form, drugs are used in every society on a daily basis, and includes caffeine, herbs, tobacco, and over the counter medications. For the purposes of this paper, the focus will be on drug addiction, which generally occurs with…. [read more]


Marijuana Is a Substance Term Paper

… One source says that the person stays high for two or three hours but has impaired coordination for some time afterwards (Philadelphia Tribune, 2005). That is troubling because people may not feel "high" any more and think it's safe to driver. I don't think it would be safe to drive with impaired coordination, though. According to another source it can cause paranoia and delusions (Columbia, 2005). I never heard of that, but maybe some people are more vulnerable. It also distorts a person's perceptions of both time and space (Columbia, 2005). My parents told me that also, and described how that would affect someone who was driving, and warned me to never, ever ride with someone who had been smoking pot. I always thought that…. [read more]


Coffee and Life Essay

… While "going out for a cup of coffee" was always and egalitarian social interaction in modern times with the new coffee houses it has become much more entrenched in prestige and social status. These days a simple meeting for a cup of coffee has now become a metaphor for social class, division of labor, political debate, and other less egalitarian processes.

Nonetheless, coffee still serves the basic cultural purposes of establishing a daily routine, artificial stimulation and/or courage to face the affairs of the day, a common focal point to allow individuals in a society to get together and socialize, discuss the affairs of the day, blow off steam, meet for the first time, and perform any other number of social functions. In this respect…. [read more]


Breaking the Cycle of Addiction Research Paper

… Alcohol is also a sedating substance, but it can also cause one to act in an uncontrolled manner. Cigarettes and smoking typically go hand in hand with alcohol and other types of drug abuse (NIH, 2011).

What could Downey have done differently? It might have benefited Downey to take an extended break from acting to address his health issues and meet with a dedicated health physician to address his biochemistry, since science now accepts the theory that addicts have an imbalanced biochemistry since before the time they become addicts (NIH, 2011). A dedicated addiction biologist could have worked with Downey to ascertain what steps he needed to take to eat properly and address the stress and other factors in his life that necessitated addiction to…. [read more]


Microeconomics the Class Principles Essay

… McDonald's labor is not skilled labor, even in comparison to other franchises but a wide variety of technology and pre-fabricated food products are necessary to produce the wide variety of foods offered.

In which of the four market structures does each firm operate? Describe the attributes of the firm's market that show why that is the relevant market structure.

In the overall food economy, McDonald's operates in a mature, perfectly competitive market with a large array of substitute goods. However, for consumers who want cheap, fast food, McDonald's dominates the mass market with an oligopoly, given its ability to operate on economies of scale and its name recognition.

What do you think are the long-term prospects for the product? Why?

Despite concerns about obesity, demand…. [read more]


Hypnosis Compared to Eastern Meditation Chi Kung and Nei Thesis

… ¶ … globalization and innovations in telecommunications are bringing healthcare practitioners together from all over the world in ways that have never before been possible. As these collaborative efforts and mature communities of practice continue to emerge, it is important to help Western practitioners understand the fundamental tenets of Eastern medicine and representative practices, just as it is important to help practitioners in China and elsewhere in the East understand the allopathic approaches that are most widely practiced in the West. To this end, this study compared the clinical use of hypnosis with the use of Eastern Meditation, Chi Kung, and Nei Kung. To achieve this comparison, a review of the relevant literature was combined with a qualitative meta-analysis of the peer-reviewed and scholarly literature…. [read more]

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