56,665 Hits in 4.6 sec

An effectful way to eliminate addiction to dependence

Pierre-Marie Pedrot, Nicolas Tabareau
2017 2017 32nd Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS)  
The weaning translation applies to a version of the Calculus of Inductive Constructions (CIC) with a restricted version of dependent elimination.  ...  Finally, we show how to recover a translation of full CIC by mixing parametricity techniques with the weaning translation. This provides the first effectful version of CIC.  ...  BTT has a restricted version of dependent elimination to overcome the difficulty to marry effect and dependency.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lics.2017.8005113 dblp:conf/lics/PedrotT17 fatcat:n6zg5i4anfgkje44g5ntcltkpq

Addictive Potency of Substances

Alen J Salerian
2015 Pharmacy & Pharmacology International Journal  
Addictive Potency of Substances Citation: Salerian AJ (2015) Addictive Potency of Substances. Pharm Pharmacol Int J 2(4): 00030.  ...  Among many factors euphoric potency, latency withdrawal symptoms and elimination halflife seem to be influential for addictive effect.  ...  Various studies reveal withdrawal responses also mediate addictive behavior. Physiological responses to withdrawal from opiates -morphine like substances can be described the following way.  ... 
doi:10.15406/ppij.2015.02.00030 fatcat:zhuols26vbe7hhc3pgcdjs3qjy

Addiction and dependence in DSM-V

Charles O'Brien
2010 Addiction  
The other major change relates to the elimination of the abuse/dependence dichotomy, given the lack of data supporting an intermediate stage.  ...  The term 'dependence', while used in past decades to refer to uncontrolled drug-seeking behavior, has an alternative meaningthe physiological adaptation that occurs when medications acting on the central  ...  Nevertheless, the working group, in an effort to minimize controversy, is recommending the more neutral label of 'substance use disorder' with subcategories of 'alcohol use disorder', 'heroin use disorder  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2010.03144.x pmid:21477226 pmcid:PMC3812919 fatcat:bdp63gdpgrerhnk3hl6qeuulqq

E.05.03 The unmet needs in the treatment of alcohol dependence

P. Gorwood
2012 European Neuropsychopharmacology  
High dosages of baclofen were found to have an impressive effect to reduce relapses in severe alcohol dependent patients (Addolorato et al., 2007) , but these stimulating findings were not confirmed by  ...  Until recently, it was not even possible to propose DBS as an intervention for a behaviour disorder such as addiction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0924-977x(12)70210-9 fatcat:ao7bdqhu5vem3ec2eopt5of3jy

A Review of The Role of Mindfulness-based Interventions in the Treatment of Addiction

Lindsay Dragland
2015 Behavioural Sciences Undergraduate Journal  
An overview of addiction, including its determinants and treatments, is also provided.  ...  Specifically, mindfulness practices have been utilized in the treatment of addiction, and are shown to significantly reduce the relapse rate for individuals struggling with addiction.  ...  In what follows, I will examine the ways in which mindfulness-based interventions can be used as effective approaches to treating addiction.  ... 
doi:10.29173/bsuj282 fatcat:2au434nmkbbulbqrkm53ilnicu

Ethical implications of research on craving

Adrian Carter, Wayne Hall
2013 Addictive Behaviours  
Cravings, intense desires to experience the effects of a drug, are widely regarded as significant impediments to overcoming addiction, although their role in relapse may be overstated.  ...  This is especially the case in studies in which dependent participants are given their drug of addiction or provided with other inducements to participate (e.g. financial incentives) that may undermine  ...  ., 2003) to eliminate cravings or compulsions to use drugs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2012.07.002 pmid:22854057 fatcat:74fjdoocjzhchgxcfqo26vzjza

Combined Impact Of Naturopathic Treatment And Yoga For Alcohol De-Addiction

R Ramadhevi, V Ramadas
2018 Zenodo  
Acamprosate, disulfiram, and naltrexone are medications approved for treating alcohol dependence but has proved to have side effects.  ...  In the recent years, there has been a significant increase not just in alcohol consumption, but also in alcohol abuse and addiction.  ...  Naturopathic treatment is proven to be side effects free and rather economical compared to other ways of Deaddiction treatment.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1323583 fatcat:dguipbdmhbdjzlyohhcodvtxem

Barriers and solutions to addressing tobacco dependence in addiction treatment programs

Douglas M Ziedonis, Joseph Guydish, Jill Williams, Marc Steinberg, Jonathan Foulds
2006 Alcohol Research and Health  
Despite the high prevalence of tobacco use among people with substance use disorders, tobacco dependence is often overlooked in addiction treatment programs.  ...  Several studies and a meta-analytic review have concluded that patients who receive tobacco dependence treatment during addiction treatment have better overall substance abuse treatment outcomes compared  ...  Poly-Drug Addiction; and R01 DA015537, Treatment of Addiction to Nicotine in Schizophrenia) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) (GS-10F-0148P, Evaluation of the  ... 
pmid:17373414 fatcat:cmengi2irvc6bf3ifqh5kvrc3e


Pathak Reetika, Inchulkar S. R., Bhagat Sangeeta
2020 International Ayurvedic Medical Journal  
Addiction causes widespread harmful effect to human being along with its social consequences. The term addiction does not only refer to dependence on substance such as heroin or alcohol.  ...  Addiction is habitual psychological or physiological dependence on a substance or practice that is beyond voluntary control.  ...  Hence, we can conclude that an addiction is a form of Satmya through the prolonged adverse effect of substance depends upon the nature, property, dose of substance duration and mode of utilization.  ... 
doi:10.46607/iamj2008112020 fatcat:63wiv3wzhjejxijntiuoc4awsm

Opiate addiction - current trends and treatment options

Achal Bhatt, Aminder Gill
2016 International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences  
Prolonged use of these drugs can lead to physical dependence causing withdrawal symptoms if a person stops using them.  ...  They produce euphoria and sense of well-being which makes them addictive to some people. Used in higher doses they can lead to cardiac or respiratory compromise.  ...  Understanding the psychosocial aspects of addiction accompanied by appropriate psychosocial treatments combined with pharmacological therapy will be an effective strategy to combat opiate addiction.  ... 
doi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20161911 fatcat:zspb6w2ygberbb3xdmi7dfk7ca

Minimising the harm from nicotine use: finding the right regulatory framework

Ron Borland
2013 Tobacco Control  
A possible target would be to effectively eliminate use of the most harmful forms of nicotine within the next decade and then turn our focus to a long-term strategy for the low-harm forms.  ...  For a phase-out taking a long time and/or for dealing with residually net harmful and addictive products, there are severe limitations to allowing forprofit marketing of tobacco because such an arrangement  ...  Because the agency that supplies tobacco can then become the effective regulator, it is likely to be more adroit than an agency regulating from outside.  ... 
doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2012-050843 pmid:23591515 pmcid:PMC3632982 fatcat:nbeix2pfunghjkbbc55625yjeq

Page 295 of The Advancement of Science Vol. 11, Issue 43 [page]

1954 The Advancement of Science  
In a general way, it can be said that the degree of physical dependence parallels the development of acquired tolerance.  ...  The loss of tolerance corresponds to the elimination of morphine from the body.  ... 

Heroin Maintenance Treatment - Are the Further Investigation Needed?

2012 Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences  
) are involved in eliminating the drug from the body, whether the injection is the best way for application of the drug.  ...  The aim of this review is to give new emphasis to key aspects of the proposed treatment of drug addiction.  ...  It was also widely used as an analgesic. Consequently, it was suggested that it might be an effective cure for morphine addiction but it was soon found itself to have addictive properties.  ... 
doi:10.3889/mjms.1857-5773.2012.0238 fatcat:eynug4yrwjcellocx27hddw4fy

Page 454 of JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association Vol. 117, Issue 6 [page]

1941 JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association  
The maintenance of physical dependence by a substituted drug is considered to indicate that it is capable of producing addiction. No nonaddictive drug has been found to support physical dependence.  ...  identified with certain portions of the morphine molecule it might be possible to suppress or eliminate undesirable actions and at the same time retain or improve the desirable effects.  ... 

Ayurvedic Perspective on Management of Nicotine Addiction - A Review

Varsha Solanki, Sushant Sud, Charmi Mehta, Hetal P. Baraiya, E. P. Bineesh
2022 Asian Pacific Journal of Health Sciences  
Addiction is defined as a psychological or physiological dependence on a substance or habit that is beyond one's control. Nicotine is the most widely consumed psychotropic drugs worldwide.  ...  Aim: The goal of this study was to highlight the different Ayurvedic principles that can be used to prevent and manage addiction.  ...  [22, 23] It can be used in today's practice with judicious way at home by an expert.  ... 
doi:10.21276/apjhs.2022.9.2.40 fatcat:eruchetctncs3e7gh2ccqolx64
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 56,665 results