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Substance Abuse

Substance abuse refers to the excessive and harmful use of substances, such as alcohol or drugs, that leads to negative consequences on physical health, mental well-being, relationships, and overall functioning. It is a form of substance use disorder, which is a diagnosable mental health condition characterized by the problematic and compulsive use of substances.

Signs and symptoms of substance abuse can vary depending on the substance being used, but common indicators include: increased tolerance, withdrawal symptoms, loss of control, neglecting responsibilities, relationship problems, health issues, engaging in risky behaviour.

Substance abuse can have serious consequences on an individual’s well-being and can lead to long-term health problems, legal issues, financial difficulties, and strained relationships. It is essential for individuals struggling with substance abuse to seek professional help to address their substance use disorder and work towards recovery.

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