Gambling Addiction


Understand and Overcome Gambling Addiction

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Understand and Overcome
Gambling Addiction

300+ pages
U$ 3.99 on Amazon.com


Health website to help gamblers

For many, addiction is a brain disease (mental illness). If you think your gambling addiction is rooted in mental illness, please visit Gamblinghelper's sister site:

www.EnCognitive.com


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Gambling Addiction Impacts Decision-Making Area of Brain

Gambling Addiction Impacts Decision-Making Area of Brain
PsychCentral.com

A new research effort compares the similarities and differences in psychological profile and brain function among cocaine addicts and gambling addicts. In the study, investigators from the University of Granada determined that gambling addicts have ...A new research effort compares the similarities and differences in psychological profile and brain function among cocaine addicts and gambling addicts.


Gambling addiction happens to the best of us

“I was still emotionally 13. I had stopped growing emotionally. Addicts are always trying to get that immediate fix, trying to fill that void with outside things like drugs and shopping. It is a progressive disease which is unique for each person.

“Then I wanted more. I tried cocaine. It numbed me from fear. It made me more sociable. It was easy to get and it became a necessity for me.”

Kate went back to school for training and found a job she loved and excelled at. When not at work, she continued using alcohol and cocaine, which cost hundreds of dollars a month.