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6 How are eating disorders related to food addiction?

How are eating disorders related to food addiction?

March 7th, 2009

In this short post, we identify the two distinct eating disorder types (anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa) and relate them to the physical, psychological and spiritual underpinnings of any addiction.

9 Can you get rid of food cravings?

Can you get rid of food cravings?

March 1st, 2009

Battling caffeine addiction, I talk to Kara Sorenson, a licensed acupuncturist. Her acupressure technique worked (temporarily) for me, a coffee junkie. Here I explain what happened and my thoughts on thought – replacement.

11 What are the social consequences of video game addiction?

What are the social consequences of video game addiction?

February 18th, 2009

Video games are gaining wild popularity in our culture. But does playing video games negatively effect the time adolescents should be spending in more developmentally appropriate activities like sports and hanging out with friends? We take a look at the social consequences of gaming and discuss whether or not gaming can be social stimulating, or not.

3 WOW addiction – will gaming addiction surpass other technology addictions in 2009?

WOW addiction – will gaming addiction surpass other technology addictions in 2009?

February 7th, 2009

Parents, partners and people around the world are increasingly concerned about the numbers of young men (and women) subscribing to WOW, or World of Warcraft. What good can come of this fantasy-role play made virtual? And just how many people are addicted to WOW?

5 Is internet addiction for real?

Is internet addiction for real?

February 4th, 2009

A new form of dependency is characterizing our modern times – internet addiction. In fact, clinicians became aware of internet addiction as early as 1996. But do you know just what “Internet addiction” encompasses? And how pervasive is internet addiction disorder (IAD)? Learn more now.

2 Internet addictions on the rise

Internet addictions on the rise

February 1st, 2009

It’s a new year and a new format. Rather than spread addiction topics across the year willy-nilly, I’ve decided to present you with monthly topics. This way, we can go in-depth into an addiction topic to explore the brain science, the physiology and the soul matters by category. I hope that this brings some clarity to the discussion. And this month we discuss internet addiction. Check out initial thoughts here

15 Top 10 addiction questions to ask yourself – addiction evaluation

Top 10 addiction questions to ask yourself – addiction evaluation

January 30th, 2009

Of the basic principles of recovery (honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness), you must begin with honesty in order to stop the cycle of addiction. These ten questions can help you start getting honest … with yourself. Print out these questions and set them aside for a time when you’re ready to evaluate any addiction.

6 Emotional addiction – the toll of worrying and anxiety

Emotional addiction – the toll of worrying and anxiety

January 27th, 2009

Our emotions are part of the subtle fabric that makes us human. Emotions are often the reaction to events, but they also trigger new events. So what role does worry play in the consciousness? Is there a place for worry in our modern lives? And if we’re ready to change, how can we alter the behavior pattern that reinforces worry?

2 Self – hypnosis script for addictions, addiction cessation and addicts

Self – hypnosis script for addictions, addiction cessation and addicts

January 18th, 2009

Ever wanted to try self-hypnosis for a current addiction? Check out this easy-to-use script with instructions for making your own audio file. Flexible enough to add or change the suggestion that you’d like to plant in your psyche. But classic enough to do the trick. Record your own voice to hypnotize yourself and enhance your intentions again and again.

2 Hypnosis for addiction recovery treatment – how to do it?

Hypnosis for addiction recovery treatment – how to do it?

January 18th, 2009

Combinations of counselling, support groups, medications and alternative therapies can all contribute to a successful addiction cessation program. There’s no cheaper way to experience hypnosis than to try it at home! Self-hypnosis is very easy to learn and can be done in the privacy of your own home. You can make your own tapes to listen to or simply practice for 30 minutes once or twice a day. Take the mystery out of hypnosis and learn one method of mastering your mind.

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