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Summary

The addiction and the brain always have a close relationship. The brain is very important for human survival in this complex world. It is very important to understand the effects of addiction on the natural balance of the brain. Addiction affects and causes changes in the functioning as well as the structure of the human brain. After understanding the effects and symptoms of drug and substance abuse on mental health, it becomes easier to learn the psychology of addiction. Once it is understood, the psychological process of breaking addiction also becomes easier and more executable.

Substance abuse causes mental health disorders. These mental disorders are associated with biological, environmental, and psychological factors. While breaking the psychology of addiction, people have to deal with unpleasant emotions instead of avoiding them. It is very hard but definitely possible to quit addiction with determination, courage, spending some time in the supervision of experts and following the professional's advice.

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