Treatment For Behavioral Addictions

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Many people do not understand why or how other people become addicted to drugs. It is often mistakenly assumed that drug abusers lack moral principles or willpower and that they could stop using drugs simply by choosing to change their behavior. In reality, drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting takes more than good intentions or a strong will. In fact, because drugs change the brain in ways that foster compulsive drug abuse, quitting is difficult, even for those who are ready to do so.

Through scientific advances, we know more about how drugs work in the brain than ever, and we also know that drug addiction can be successfully treated to help people stop abusing drugs and lead productive lives.

Although the initial decision to take drugs is voluntary for most people, the brain changes that occur over time challenge an addicted person’s self-control and hamper his or her ability to resist intense impulses to take drugs. Fortunately, treatments are available to help people counter addiction’s powerful disruptive effects.

The subject is rarely taught in medical school or residency training. Of the 1 million practicing physicians in the United States, only about 0.001 % are trained in addiction medicine.

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Are you or a loved one suffering from addiction? Watching someone you love in the throes of an addiction can be devastating. The fact that you are reading this means that you care enough about the person to go out of your way to help. That may make the difference between life and death for your loved one.

Dr. Surasky is one of only a few physicians in the U.S. who is both a neurologist and addition medicine specialist. Dr. Surasky uses individualized, highly effective treatments that immediately stop withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings. This makes your transition to sobriety much easier than you ever thought possible.

These treatments are available for opiate, alcohol, benzodiazepine, cocaine, nicotine and cannabis dependencies. This unique approach has helped thousands of patients rapidly achieve and sustain their sobriety.