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study habits and academic support; communication; peer relationships; self-efficacy and assertiveness; drug resistance skills; reinforcement of anti-drug attitudes; and. strengthening of personal commitments against drug abuse.
5 action steps for quitting an addiction Set a quit date. ... Change your environment. ... Distract yourself. ... Review your past attempts at quitting. ... Create a support network. ... For more information on finding an effective path to recovery, check out Overcoming Addiction, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School.
A: Although any prescription drug can be abused, the three types of drugs that are most commonly abused are: Painkillers, also known as narcotic or opiates/opioids. Examples include morphine, codeine, oxycodone (OxyContin), (Vicodin, Lortab) and meperidine ().
Tips to overcome drug addiction: Surround yourself with supportive people. One of the most important things you can do to stay sober is to find friends who are sober, too. ... Find new hobbies. ... Exercise. ... Volunteer. ... Eat well. ... Talk it out. ... Meditate. ... Seek professional help.
Know your triggers avoiding places where you know drugs and alcohol will be available. surrounding yourself with friends who don't use drugs. knowing how to resist temptation. learning how to cope with stress and relax without drugs. distracting yourself with activities like exercise or listening to music.
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Risk factors Family history of addiction. Drug addiction is more common in some families and likely involves genetic predisposition. ... Mental health disorder. ... Peer pressure. ... Lack of family involvement. ... Early use. ... Taking a highly addictive drug.
What are the risk factors? Genetics are 40%-60% of the Risk. Personality Traits. Concurrent Mental Health Disorders. Developmental Factors. Social Factors (Getting Along with Others) Drug characteristics: All drugs are not created equal.
Prevention is the best strategy. These prevention programs work to boost protective factors and eliminate or reduce risk factors for drug use. The programs are designed for various ages and can be used in individual or group settings, such as the school and home.
What is drug misuse? Taking the incorrect dose. Taking the drug at the wrong time. Forgetting to take a dose. Stopping the use of a drug too soon. Taking a drug for reasons other than why they were prescribed. Taking a drug that was not prescribed to you.
There are 6 types of drug dependence based on the type of substance being abused. These are alcohol, cannabis, hallucinogens, cocaine, opioids, and sedatives.

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