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“Process Addiction” addresses a broad selection of habits or obsessive behaviours. These range from Eating Disorders, Gambling Addiction, Sex Addiction, Love Addiction and other Obsessive Behaviours that often overwhelm the individual suffering so much, they will always act on the urges.
The only difference between the addictive nature of a process addiction and a substance addiction is there is no substance used to alter the mind. In many ways however process addictions are very similar to substance addiction in that they release the same chemicals within the brain and work on the same receptors.
Process Addictions & Substance Dependency
Often these obsessive behaviours go hand in hand with Drug or Alcohol Addiction. Many of the people we treat with process addictions are using substances to try and cope with the overwhelming urges caused by the primary Process Addiction. These Addictions don’t only effect the sufferer but also those close to them. Signs of process addiction are severe mood swings, irrational fears and unpredictable behaviour.
Where can you be treated?
We have clinics across the UK & the World. We can often get you into one of our Process Addiction clinics the same day you contact us. Sometimes a residential clinic is not suitable for people and they prefer to use our Home Based Process Addiction treatment. This option is cheaper than going to rehab and does not impact your life as much.
So What Can we handle?
Our Process Addiction Clinics and Home Based treatments can handle Overeating, Anorexia, Bulimia, sex addiction, shopping addiction, gambling addiction, porn addiction, love addiction, internet addiction, gaming addiction & codependency. We can also deal with all types of obsessive compulsive behaviours.
Are you or a friend suffering from process addiction? Contact us today on 01908 465322 or email email@example.com for free confidential advice.
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