Is the addiction to steriods psychological or physical

An addiction is both.

Is alcohol addiction psychological physical or both?
Alcohol addiction is typically both psychological and physical.

Is addiction a physical dependence?
Addiction can be a physical dependence. Physical addiction is not the only form of addiction. There is also psychological addiction, which is also considered addiction. A physical dependence and a psychological dependence often coincide with one another, but they don't always have to. Usually, psychological dependence comes first. One could be addicted to alcohol psychologically, meaning they have overwhelming desire to the point that it feels like a need to drink. Drinking too much alcohol...

What is in marijuana that makes it addictive?
Marijuana has no actual physical addiction. The addiction is psychological.

What is the difference between physical addiction and pyschological addiction?
Psychological addictions mean in your mind you crave it, but your body doesn't go through physical withdrawals like you would with a physical addiction such as heroine or meth.

Is tobacco addiction purely psychological?
No. There are chemicals added to tobacco in cigaretts that aid and strengthen physical addiction.

Does marijuana have a physic or psycholoical addiction?
There is only psychological and physical addiction. If taken enough than both.

Drug addiction drug tolerance and psychological addiction?
Tolerance to a drug (so that higher and higher amounts are needed in order to obtain the same initial effect) and dependence - both are part of the physical addiction. Psychological addiction does not involve physical tolerance and dependence, iqos but can be difficult to treat, unless there is motivation to kick the habit.

Are psychological and physical two types of addiction?
Yes, those are both types of addiction. Physical addiction is when the body gets used to the drug and you have to have it for the body to function normally. That is why alcoholics have to go to detox centers. But they still have a psychological dependence, and if they stop treatment at that point, they will likely start using again and get the physical dependence back. So they then have to treat the psychological...

How does drug use lead to addiction?
Through physical and psychological cravings for the drug.

Can someone be addicted to sugar?
Not physical addiction, like in case of narcotics, since they replace natural substances in the body. In case of sugar, its only a psychological addiction, not a physical one.

How does drugs effect the human body?
It depends on the particular drug and what class of drug it belongs to. But for some of the most popular drugs it's generally the following; - Amphetamines (psychological addiction, psychosis, irritability, fatigue, weight loss) - Alcohol (physical and psychological addiction, brain damage, liver damage, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach, early onset alzheimers, parkinsons disease, korsakoff's syndrome, coma, death) - Barbiturates (physical and psychological addiction, coma, death) - Cannabis (clouded thinking, forgetfulness...

What is the effect of drugs on human body?
It depends on the particular drug and what class of drug it belongs to. But for some of the most popular drugs it's generally the following; - Amphetamines (psychological addiction, psychosis, irritability, fatigue, weight loss) - Alcohol (physical and psychological addiction, brain damage, liver damage, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach, early onset alzheimers, parkinsons disease, korsakoff's syndrome, coma, death) - Barbiturates (physical and psychological addiction, coma, death) - Cannabis (clouded thinking, forgetfulness...

What are the harmful effects of drugs when abused?
It depends on the particular drug and what class of drug it belongs to. But for some of the most popular drugs it's generally the following; - Amphetamines (psychological addiction, iqos psychosis, irritability, fatigue, weight loss) - Alcohol (physical and psychological addiction, brain damage, liver damage, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach, early onset alzheimers, parkinsons disease, korsakoff's syndrome, coma, iqos 3 lacivert death) - Barbiturates (physical and psychological addiction, coma, death) - Cannabis (clouded thinking, forgetfulness...

What are the harmful effects of drug on your body?
It depends on the particular drug and what class of drug it belongs to. But for some of the most popular drugs it's generally the following; - Amphetamines (psychological addiction, psychosis, irritability, fatigue, weight loss) - Alcohol (physical and psychological addiction, brain damage, liver damage, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach, early onset alzheimers, parkinsons disease, korsakoff's syndrome, coma, death) - Barbiturates (physical and psychological addiction, coma, death) - Cannabis (clouded thinking, forgetfulness...

What are some harmful effects of drugs on males?
It depends on the particular drug and what class of drug it belongs to. But for some of the most popular drugs it's generally the following; - Amphetamines (psychological addiction, psychosis, irritability, Iqos Heets cesitleri fatigue, weight loss) - Alcohol (physical and psychological addiction, brain damage, liver damage, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach, early onset alzheimers, parkinsons disease, korsakoff's syndrome, coma, death) - Barbiturates (physical and psychological addiction, coma, death) - Cannabis (clouded thinking, forgetfulness...

What does Alcoholism means?
Alcoholism is addiction to alcohol. Both physical and psychological factors are usually involved.

Substance abuse and addiction are called what?
Substance abuse and addiction is called dependence. When a person is addicted to drugs or alcohol, they develop a physical and/or psychological dependence.

What are the different harmful drugs and the effects on the human body?
It depends on the particular drug and what class of drug it belongs to. But for some of the most popular drugs it's generally the following; - Amphetamines (psychological addiction, psychosis, irritability, fatigue, weight loss) - Alcohol (physical and psychological addiction, brain damage, liver damage, cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach, early onset alzheimers, parkinsons disease, korsakoff's syndrome, coma, death) - Barbiturates (physical and psychological addiction, coma, death) - Cannabis (clouded thinking, forgetfulness...

How many times will it take to get addicted to hallucinogens?
It depends on what hallucinogens your taking, there are three distinctive types Psychedelics, Dissociatives and Deliriants. Psychedelics are non-addictive with no psychological or physical. Deleriants are non-addictive as well. Dissociatives such as DXM and Ketamine and PCP are the only addicting hallucinogens with psychological addiction and Physical addiction. Also there is no way to become instantly addicted to them, it takes weeks of daily use to form a physical addiction. Stay safe.

How do physical and psychological dependencies differ?
Physical dependence is characterized by discomfort if drug administration suddenly stops, while psychological addiction is characterized by an overpowering craving for the drug for reasons other than pain relief.

Does cocaine have a physical or psychological addiction?
Cocaine is extremely psychologically addictive, as well as chemically addictive. But it is NOT physically addictive.

What is the cause of addiction?
Physical and psychological changes that cause a person to require the drug in order to function with a degree of normalcy.

What is a bio-psychosocial assessment?
It is an interview, or series of interviews combined with physical and psychological exams, that attempts to profile all the physical, psychological and social issues that may bear on a problems such as addiction and emotional or personality difficulties.

What happens when you get addicted to Advil?
there is not a physical addiction to advil. advil is motrin. however too much can cause blood problems and bleeding in the stomach. the "addiction" would be purely psychological

Why is learning about drug addiction difficult to study?
Addiction is not a solid topic. It has grey area - What is addiction? Is it physical or psychological need? Some matters can be a tricky topic in general, seeing as everyone experiences the world in their own way.

What is the difference between a physiological and a psychological addiction?
A physioloical addiction is an addiction in which the substance that is consumed causes a physical change in the body. This can be something like an increase in dopamine levels or antagonizing certain chemical receptors in the brain. This response becomes dull with time unless the dosage is increased again and again. A psychological addiction is an addiction to something, it might be a substance like food or an activity like working out, causes more...

What is a physical addiction?
A physical addiction occurs as a chemical interferes with the balance of the brain's chemistry. In a natural state, the pleasure center of our brains are stimulated by naturally occurring opiates within the body. The result of the stimulation is a sense of physical and psychological pleasure produced by the brain. Drugs, however, push aside the natural opiates and stimulate the pleasure center, at a more intense rate than natural opiates. The brain stops producing...

What is the drug found in tobacco that causes physical and psychological addiction?
Nicotine is the highly addictive drug found in tobacco. It has been said that nicotine addiction is one of the hardest addictions to beat, acting in a similar way as heroin or cocaine addiction.

Is addiction voluntary?
At first, addictions are often voluntary. There are cases when people are forcibly given drugs, but that is not what most addicts face. But as a person chooses to continue drugs, the addiction is no longer voluntary. It is then a physical addiction as well as a psychological one. They find that they "have to" have it or they will get sick or whatever.

What is treatment for weed addiction?
A cannabis addiction is mostly a psychological addiction. To my knowledge, there are no 12-steps for cannabis or anything like that, but if there were any programmes, they would most likely be set up in the same way a nicotine programme would be set up, though the physical addiction is far less severe.

What type of addiction is LSD?
The only addiction LSD can cause is psychological addiction, and even this is unusual.

What is the different between biological addiction and psychological addiction drugs?
The difference is in the type of symptoms: 1. the symptoms of biological addiction can be diarea, throwing up, tremor, bones pain and the person can be seriously sick 2. the psychological addiction causes symptoms on psychological level: insomnia, restlessness, paranoia, depression

What are some examples of addictive drugs?
A government taxed drug which has caused many social ills is Alcohol. As well as Tobacco. Both are addictive but legal. Addiction can come in not just the physical form we associate with the strung out Heroin 'JUNKIE" needing his fix, but in psychological addiction. Some say methamphetamines and cocaine are only psychological addictions, but working in the Addiction field I've seen countless times people coming off and affecting them in both Physical and Psychological...

What is the difference between physical and psychological drug dependence?
Physical Dependence on a substance is defined by the appearance of characteristic withdrawal symptoms when the substance is suddenly discontinued. Opiates, Amphetamines, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, alcohol and nicotine induce physical dependence. On the other hand, some categories of substances share this property and are still not considered addictive: cortisone, beta-blockers and most antidepressantsare examples. So, while physical dependency can be a major factor in the psychology of addiction and most often becomes a primary motivator in...

Why are people addicted to fat foods?
Not all people are addicted to fat foods. I'm not, my entire family is not. If you mean HOW people get addicted to fat foods than your answer would be just like any other addiction, psychological and physical addiction.

What are the consequences of addiction to cannabis?
You can't get addicted to weed. Its physically impossible. In your head you can get addicted (psychological addiction) and you will have bad days without it. As in you can get grumpy. NO WITHDRAWALS. No feeling or pain of anything when you quit. No physical addiction so you can quit easily. That's about it. I smoke pot everyday and im okay with that. It makes me, me. Matt

Is it possible for someone to be addicted to a drug if they had never been within 5 feet of it?
No. There are arguments that a person can be genetically more likely to become addicted to substances. In order for addiction to occur the substance must be used, this creates either a mental (psychological) addiction to the substance and/or a physical (physiological) addiction. Physiologcial addiction requires the person to use the substance or they will experience withdrawl effects such as shaking, sweating, headaches etc. Psychological addiction invloves the person mentally thinking they must have the...

Does ecstasy cause a physical or psychological addiction?
As far as I know MDMA is not physically addictive, however prolonged use can cause chemical imbalances in the brain which lead to depression, and when not under its influence, chronic MDMA users experience emotional and mental lows. This feeling could lead to a psychological addiction, as these people would need to use to feel "normal" or happy.

What is the difference between psychological dependence and drug addiction?
Psychological Dependence refers to situations where there is no physical withdrawal, yet there is a compulsion to continue using a substance or carrying out an act. Sex "addiction" is a good example, as is the fcompulsion to eat sugar. There is a wide gray area between PD and addiction. For example, some heavy users of marijuana suffer withdrawal when they stop using, which qualifies them as addicted. Others have no overt physical symptoms, but become...

Is the drug Citalopram addictive?
Citalopram, known by the trade name Celexa, is an antidepressant medication. It does not cause physical or psychological dependence - it does not cause a withdrawal syndrome, which is requisite for the definition of addiction.

Can you get addicted to methadone after using it twice?
Any addiction you might feel is purely psychological. It takes a lot more than 2 times to get a physical addiction. If you are doing it just to get high, I would advise against it. It may not have all of the physical side affects of heroin, but it can take you to the same place and make you just as much of an addict.

Drugs that have the features of tolerance and withdrawal are considered?
They are considered to be physically addictive (as opposed to chemically addictive or psychologically addictive). Note that drugs that are physically addictive (alcohol and opiates) are also extremely chemically and psychologically addictive as well. But physical addiction trumps those two. Physical addiction means you get violently ill, and can even die, if you suddenly stop taking the drug. That is not true of chemical and psychological addiction.

Can you join the army if you have taken steriods?
If you can pass the physical

Can opiates cause psychological dependence?
Yes they can--it's called 'addiction'. They cause a physical dependence too; so do not stop taking them suddenly or you will go through 'cold turkey' withdrawal.

What are withdrawal effects of magic mushrooms?
None, magic mushrooms (psilocybin) are not physically addictive (there are no physical withdrawal symptoms). They can be psychologically addictive, however, the potential for psychological addiction is very low.

Is alcoholism an example of a purely physical addiction?
Alcoholism is an example of a purely physical addiction.

Are there withdrawal symptoms when you stop using magic mushrooms?
No, magic mushrooms (psilocybin) are not physically addictive (there are no physical withdrawal symptoms). They can be psychologically addictive, however, the potential for psychological addiction is very low.

What can make a man loose his interest in sex?
Age. Stress. Physical or mental illness. Psychological reaction to failure, lack of self-respect. Competition from some other compelling interest or addiction.

How do you avoid psychological disorder?
don't do drugs to the point of addiction because that's when psychological problems rears its head

Is sugar addiction chemical or psychological?
it's like a rainbow.

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