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Can we Hit 100 likes? Subscribe for more This is part Three of the first Strange Addiction Compilation. This video is for entertainment purposes only I do not own any of these clips, All credit goes to TLC ►Have a suggestion? Leave a comment ►Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE2REtUgc6w ►Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA7as2-UX-M My Strange Addiction Compilation #3
In this video we discuss the ways that many drugs of abuse hijack the brains reward system to produce addiction.
Dr. Montes shares his insight on the Neurobiology of Addiction. https://www.TheTreatmentCenter.com/ | (877)-446-1342 Our helplines are open 24/7 for confidential consultations. We are a nationally recognized drug and alcohol treatment center committed to providing compassionate care to each of our patients. The Joint Commissions on Accreditations of Health Care Organizations has awarded The Treatment Center Gold Seal Accreditation for our superior quality of care in the substance abuse treatment centers field. Our staff is a team of highly trained, highly skilled addiction professionals who understand the complexities of addiction and treat the disease through contemporary methods. We offer the following services: • In-patient Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation • Full Medical Drug ...
Can we Hit 100 likes? Subscribe for more This is part five of the Strange Addiction Compilation. This video is for entertainment purposes only I do not own any of these clips, All credit goes to TLC ►Have a suggestion? Leave a comment ►Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE2REtUgc6w ►Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA7as2-UX-M ►Part 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcHsJ3FGj1o ►Part 4 https://youtu.be/5jLWzlbRU6k My Strange Addiction Compilation #5
Can we Hit 100 likes? Subscribe for more This is part four of the Strange Addiction Compilation. This video is for entertainment purposes only I do not own any of these clips, All credit goes to TLC ►Have a suggestion? Leave a comment ►Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE2REtUgc6w ►Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA7as2-UX-M ►Part 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcHsJ3FGj1o My Strange Addiction Compilation #4
Garry Reifers, Founding Program Director of Oxford Treatment Center, translates current research on addiction from a practical treatment perspective in a series of three free evening workshops starting with The Hijacked Brain Part 1: Understanding the Disease of Addiction. Focused today on training and education, Garry developed the clinical content of The Oxford Centre’s residential program and provided supervision for all counselors and therapists. For more information on our complete continium of care at Oxford Treatment Center, visit http://www.theoxfordcentre.org
This video introduces information about the concept of the disease of addiction, the changes to the brain of a person who abuses substances, and the physical and psychological reactions when substance abuse stops. It explains cravings, why they occur, and ways they can be handled.
Drug Addiction problems can be very challenging. Dr. Richard Fields discusses the use of Mindfulness for Drug and Alcohol addiction. To learn more about mindfulness as well as issues related to addiction, substance abuse, recovery and sobriety visit http://www.mysoberlife.com
Medical doctor Gabor Mate, speaks to the human condition within the evolution of our historical culture. He speaks to issues bringing them to child and human . Dr. Gabor Mate gets more specific about our cultural issues and child development. This stimulating presentation of how our culture affects people and their lives . Dr. Gabor Mate finishes his talk with speaking about the four compassions and how we need to change our culture to support humanity and community. The last . Medical doctor Gabor Mate, speaks to the human condition within the evolution of our historical culture. He speaks to issues bringing them to child and human .
DanceSafe founder, Emanuel Sferios, discusses the nature of addiction and the false notion that it comes from drugs "hijacking the brain." By pathologizing the normal human behavior of altering one's consciousness through the use of drugs, we are unable to understand and help those people who do develop substance use disorders. Addiction does not lie in the drug.
Addiction is one of the nation's major health problems, as evidenced by high rates of smoking and drinking as well as the widespread use of legal and illegal drugs. Dr. Alan Marlatt, psychology professor at the University of Washington, discusses treatment and relapse-prevention techniques. Sheri Mizumori, PhD, professor and chair, Psychology, University of Washington G. Alan Marlatt, PhD, professor, Psychology, University of Washington; director, The Addictive Behaviors Research Center 05/07/2009
This week, we conclude our two-part series on the much-debated topic of "Game Addiction" (in a very, VERY unusual way). Come discuss this topic in the forums! http://extra-credits.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8t=176sid=a8690633304dd8e22b176af122e9c20b Like the outro music? Listen to the full track here! http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01919/ Check out Mac's artwork here! DO IT. http://vggal.thewebcomic.com/ http://vggal.deviantart.com/ New episodes every Wednesday on PATV!