alexa Eating Behaviors, Body Composition and Risk of Relapse among Persons withdrawing from Substance Abuse

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Eating Behaviors, Body Composition and Risk of Relapse among Persons withdrawing from Substance Abuse

Eating behaviors and nutritional status of persons suffering from psychoactive substance abuse have generally been studied separately. The relationship between eating disorders and addiction has been subject of numerous publications. To date, it is insufficiently described, especially among clinical, heterogeneous samples to justify interventions. Even if there is currently a debate whether food (or certain eating behaviors) can be addictive or not, two major commonalities between eating behavior and drugs consumption behavior have been demonstrated: 1) their co-occurrence and 2) their shared neurobiological pathways.

 
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