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Using This Book (For the professional)
Substance abuse has no universally accepted definition. Substance abuse refers to the use of
substances in ways outside of societal conventions and that have an adverse effect on an individual.
Other terms associated with substance abuse include chemical dependency, drug addiction, drug
abuse, and substance dependence. Any use of drugs in a manner that violates the norms of society is
considered substance abuse. In the fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental
Disorders (DSM-IV), the American Psychological Association defines substance abuse as . . .
A maladaptive pattern of substance use leading to clinically significant impairmentlor distress, as
manifested by one or more of the following, occurring within a twelve month paeriod
1) Recurrent substance use resulting in a failure to fulfill major ro
work, school, or home (e.g., repeated absences or poor wor
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from
k perr expulsionso.g.,
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to substance abuse; substance-related absences, suspenstcally hazarrdostance use).
school; neglect of children or household).
2) Recurrent substance use in situations in which it is pahysi
when
impaired by su
driving an automobile or operating a machineM.g., arrests for suebsta
3) Recurrent substance-related legal problems (e
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recuPrrent social or
ffects of the substance, e.g.,
persistent or eation, physical fights).
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disorderly conduct). dbated by thelic
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4) Continued substance use despite haeequences of ointox
ex
interpersonal problem caused ortns
t co
arguments with spouse abouhpes and formsh. When most people hear the word addiction, they
ngt sha
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there a
re many different types of addictions that have
e. In reality,Wthe abuser. Some of the different types of addictions
Addictions come in many differeiy and mind of
ab
usually think of drug use androd
very different effects on ythe b
include:
Drug and alco
thetmost common of all of the addictions. It is estimated that
This is probablyan people in the United States who suffer from the abuse of
there are approxohol -ptely twenty
alcohol an
drugs. Cd cert
Caffeine -
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millio
ain drugs. Comemon among these include LSD, Speed, PCP, Steroids, and prescription
Many peopale dosnot even see this as an addiction. However, caffeine is a stimulant that
ume
in vast quantities on a daily basis.
igars - Tobacco today is one of the most popular as well as most problematic of all
many people conshNicotine has been proven to be a very powerful, highly addictive drug.
d c
Cigarettes ancns.
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of the addicrs - Because our society has become so dependent on different types of technology,
Compuuter
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ters can become very addictive. Computers were designed to help people reduce their
eek by making work easier, but people are actually spending so much time using a computer
at they have become dependent on them and suffer withdrawal when they are unable to use them.
Gambling - As the opportunities become increasingly available to gamble, so does the number of
people who are addicted to gambling. As gambling is seen on television, available on the Internet,
and now available in many states, people are increasingly becoming addicted to the risks involved in
gambling.