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Smoking Cessation
<health risks
3-4Xs develop cardiac arrest or stroke
7.5% are successful
91% quit w/o pro help
continue for reinforcing effects
fear of failure, weight gain
relapse smoking cues and or negative mood
nicotine replacement tx
multicomponent behavioral tx
support from clinician
Substance abuse
pattern of substance use that involves significant impairment
Criteria
1 symptom during 12 mos
recurrent use affects life
use in hazardous situations
legal problems
continued use despite life problems.
Substance induced disorder-Etoh
Alcohol
Intoxication
maladativebehavioral and psych changes
slurred speech incoordination, unsteady gait, impaired memory and black outs
Substance induced disorder-
ETOH
Withdrawal
Autonomic hyperactivity-sweating, tachycardia, hand tremor, insomnia, nausea vomiting transient illusions or hallucinations-grand mal seizures
Substance induced disorder-ETOH
Dementia
Symptoms of dementia w/ > impairment of visuospatial memory. May improve after 5 yrs sobriety.
Substance induced disorder-ETOH
Persisting Amnestic Disorder-Wernick-Korsakoff Syndrome.
Retrograde Amnesia recent long-term memories and Anterograde Amnesia-declarative memories confabulations -Thiamine deficiency.