Addiction forms gradually and typically begins with misuse, moving toward abuse and leading to addiction.MORE ASSISTANCE WITH ALCOHOL . . .
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To alleviate emotional or physical distress, a person might experiment with drugs or alcohol. One may use drugs or alcohol in a social setting, and decide to try them another time just to have fun. Relieved of emotions of unpleasantness, the person can continue to use substances or alcohol again, and again, and so on.
Soon the person increases use to maintain the yearned for effects of elation and escape from reality. The original problems remain unattended and/or unresolved. If the individual didn't have issues at the start of use, problems have now been created following the usage. Continuous attempts to satisfy the body's cravings for drugs or alcohol emerge as the individual's all new reality.
Great time and effort is wasted acquiring the alcohol or substances. Once the addict or alcoholic is completely entrenched in the enslavement of addiction, the health, financial, social and emotional consequences show up. The addict could simply feel that they have been unlucky, or blame the penalties on other people as opposed to their addiction.