An addiction of any kinds is something that has gotten into the routine of a person. Addiction is a particular habit that gets into people routine so deeply that the person feels incomplete without doing or having it. Here are some examples of addiction:
- Addiction of smoking, where not being able to feel the cigarette between the fingers makes the person feels incomplete without it.
- Addiction of Chewing Gum. The person feels that their gums are itching when they are not chewing a gum.
- Addiction of Drugs
- Addiction of Sleeping late in the nights.
- Addiction of Alcohol.
An addicted person without his addiction feels like a part of their routine is missing, which on its own is harmful to the body as well as the mind.
If a person is addicted, their addiction can be treated from individual counselling where the addicted person tells the counsellor about their addiction and how they feel when they don’t have it. It has nothing to do with right or wrong.
The addiction is harmful and if via counselling that one thought of leaving the addiction can be implanted in the mind, it can treat the addicted patient. Homoeopathic help along with counselling helps so that the patient can deal with addiction’s side-effects while leaving it.