Compulsive Behaviour Disorder

Numerous people suffer from compulsive behaviour disorder. There’s compulsive shopping, eating, gambling, sex and even exercise. There is a garden with variety of obsessive compulsiveness. When any individual suffers from compulsive disorder, these behaviours are very difficult to overcome as that person is trapped in a pattern of senseless and repetitive thinking. On the other way when any activity, substance, object or behaviour which has become the major focus in a person’s life in exclusion of other activities or has begun to harm either physically, mentally or socially are considered as addictive behaviour. Some researchers imply that there are similarities between physical addictions to various chemicals, like: alcohol, heroin and psychological dependence to activities such as compulsive gambling, sex, work running, shopping, or eating disorders.

  • Addiction to Psychoactive Drugs
  • Chemical Signalling Substances
  • Psychopharmacological Substances
  • Drug Abuse and Dependence
  • Types of Addiction
  • Addiction Treatment
  • Sided effects of Antipsychotic Drugs

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