Addiction ruins lives and devastates families. People with addictions are more likely to get divorced, less likely to graduate from high school or college, less likely to get promoted at work, more likely to experience legal issues and more likely to develop diseases related to their addiction.
Most people with addictions also have co-existing conditions, such as:
The chances of relapse are much higher with underlying brain dysfunction. For lasting success, any co-existing conditions must be treated alongside the addiction. Using brain imaging work with tens of thousands of patients, researchers have identified six types of addicts based on brain patterns. Knowing your brain type is essential to finding the best treatment plan for your specific needs.
Six Different Types Of Addiction:
- Impulsive Addicts
- Compulsive Addicts
- Impulsive-Compulsive Addicts
- Sad or Emotional Addicts
- Anxious Addicts
- Temporal Lobe Addicts
Schedule your appointment today to identify your brain type and how treating co-occurring conditions can unchain their brains from substances.