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Addiction - Wikipedia.
Examples of drug and behavioral addictions include alcohol use disorder, marijuana addiction, amphetamine addiction, cocaine addiction, nicotine addiction, opioid addiction, video game addiction, gambling addiction, and sexual addiction. The only behavioral addiction recognized by the DSM-5 and the ICD-10 is gambling addiction.
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How the Brain Gets Addicted to Gambling - Scientific American.
Ultimately, Shirley bet every dime she earned and maxed out multiple credit cards. I wanted to gamble all the time, she says. I loved it-I loved that high I felt. In 2001 the law intervened. Shirley was convicted of stealing a great deal of money from her clients and spent two years in prison. Along the way she started attending Gamblers Anonymous meetings, seeing a therapist and remaking her life. I realized I had become addicted, she says. It took me a long time to say I was an addict, but I was, just like any other. Ten years ago the idea that someone could become addicted to a habit like gambling the way a person gets hooked on a drug was controversial. Back then, Shirley's' counselors never told her she was an addict; she decided that for herself.
Painkiller addiction: the plague that is sweeping the US Drugs The Guardian.
The result is that about 15,000, Americans are dying every year from prescription pill overdoses - triple the rate of a decade ago, according to the US government body the Centres for Disease Control, which has declared the problem an epidemic.

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