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addicted to the thrill by adailydoseofdieting Posted Sat 05 Dec 2009 12:00am I am addicted to thrill of this song while I work out... music video is a little darker than I dig, but the song is wicked cool I feel pretty hard core (which I am not) and it just has a sick beat, loves it add it to your mix, feel the burn! What songs get you moving? Read on »
ADDICTION - RECLAIMING THE BIOLOGY OF SELF-CONTROL by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 14 Jan 2013 10:32pm This is a very informative read, and one worth sharing.  Particularly for people who are having a hard time dealing with unemployment,financial troubles, anxiety and depression and who may be turning to drugs and alcohol to cope.  Read on... ADDICTION - RECLAIMING THE BIOLOGY OF SELF-CONTROL http://kanahayadreams.blogspot.co ... Read on »
The Judicious Use of Addiction: The Positive Pleasure Experience by Dr. Barbara Berkeley Medical Doctor Posted Sun 30 Oct 2011 11:08am by Barbara Berkeley, MD We are all addicts.   Our brain works by a system of rewards that are mediated by chemicals like endorphins, enkephalins and endocannabinoids.  Pleasurable experiences "hit" these systems and provide a nice jolt; one we want to repeat.  Thus, craving the experience of playing music, running or watching Dancing ... Read on »
Does Brain Research Obscure Addiction’s Root Causes? by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Sep 2012 8:29am Did Dickens Get It Right? Breathe the polluted air, foul with every impurity that is poisonous to health and life; and have every sense, conferred upon our race for its delight and happiness, offended, sickened and disgusted, and made a channel by which misery and death alone can enter. Vainly attempt to think of any simple plant, ... Read on »
Renowned Addictive Behavior Expert recently featured onThe Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Mike Dow by Frankie Boyer Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 8:06pm Since food is the most socially acceptable “drug” out there, most people don’t realize that food addiction is akin to substance abuse.   Cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol alter your brain chemistry in ways that sheer willpower cannot control—and so does the wrong food. Now, based on a scientific study by Scripps University, renowned addictive behavior ... Read on »
Addictive Behavior: Procrastination by Erin .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jan 2010 12:11pm 1 Comment I procrastinate. There, I figured I would go ahead and say that right away before I put it off. Procrastination is a character flaw that I share with many other recovering addicts. Why do we procrastinate? Well it's certainly not because it feels good. Procrastinating makes me feel like I always have some unfinished business looming o ... Read on »
Unresolved Trauma Drives Addictive Behavior by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 7:00pm Passages Malibu issues comments on research that aligns with well-established company philosophy. On November 27th, the Scottish Drugs Forum published the results of a study that revealed key insights into the roots of drug addiction. The clinical researchers examined the lives of fifty-five previously addicted heroin users currently in r ... Read on »
Angry at Suboxone? Why?! by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 3:56pm 3 Comments I received a nice message today in a comment section;  I am posting the message and the thoughts that it generated.  The primary topic of this post is the anger that is often directed toward the use of Suboxone. The nice comment: Hi Dr. Junig, my name is Jane XXXXXX. I have been reading this blog for a couple hours now, and have been sear ... Read on »
Science says humans look for information, it feels good, and thus the 'net is ideally designed for addictive behavior by Stephanie Allen Posted Wed 18 May 2011 12:00am In this very short clip , neuroscientist Dr. Jaak Panksepp (mentor to people such as Temple Grandin) explains our need, our impulse, to seek resources, including information, and how that need interacts with the Internet. More of what he says about the brain and the internet here (Washington State Magazine). Image credit: ... Read on »
This is a very informative ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 10:32pm This is a very informative read, and one worth sharing.  Particularly for people who are having a hard time dealing with unemployment,financial troubles, anxiety and depression and who may be turning to drugs and alcohol to cope.  Read on... ADDICTION - RECLAIMING THE BIOLOGY OF SELF-CONTROL http://kanahayadreams.blogspot.com/2010/08/a ... Read on »