Behavioural Addiction

Several mental health conditions in which a person involves in positive behavior continuously even if the behavior causes them harm it may appear like they simply cannot prevent engaging in it is known as behavioral addiction. Common behavioral addictions are also known as process addictions that include gambling addiction, hoarding, shopping addiction, and kleptomania (impulsive stealing). A number of factors contribute to the growth of behavioral addictions, including personality, substance abuse, and genetics.

  • Emotional disorder
  • Amnesia
  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer

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