According of many researchers an addiction is bad enough, but what is worse is that the addiction can drastically interfere with the normal working of an individual. A person does not realize this while he or she is getting addicted, but soon enough the addiction will begin taking toll on the work. Performance will begin sagging and attendance will start dwindling.
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by Augustine A Zavala 6 years ago
Between drug and alcohol addiction, which one is more destructive?What are the emotional, monetary, and generational cost?
by JamesPoppell 6 years ago
Is drug and alcohol addiction a problem of self control or is it a medical condition?Is treatment needed or can one sum up the will power to quit?
by Anamika S Jain 8 years ago
Treatment for Alcohol Addiction
by Shawn Yeager 6 years ago
Is drug/alcohol addiction a disease?
by .josh. 6 years ago
Is addiction a disease or a choice?With Amy Winehouse's passing, one of the primary contentions between those who are sympathetic and those who aren't is regarding whether drug and/or alcohol addiction is a disease or a choice. According to most Government organizations, it is; however, there are...
by PachillsUSA 8 years ago
What are the side effects taking huge amount of alcohol? My uncle is taking too much alcohol What are the further effects of taking too much alcohol and how should I stop him?
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