Rehabilitating the Brain Following Drug Abuse

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This paper will discuss substance abuse disorder, its relationship to mental illness, neural damage that occurs during drug abuse, and finally methods to encourage neural regeneration.   This paper will review only a minimal fraction of available literature, and the evidence suggests that these aims are not only plausible, but may be an important reason why certain SAD interventions are successful. Awareness of these underlying mechanisms will increase the likelihood of them to be harnessed more effectively for freeing an individual of SADs, and perhaps may even have the ability to facilitate a degree of mental health such individuals were never before able to experience.

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This paper will discuss substance abuse disorder, its relationship to mental illness, neural damage that occurs during drug abuse, and finally methods to encourage neural regeneration.   This paper will review only a minimal fraction of available literature, and the evidence suggests that these aims are not only plausible, but may be an important reason why certain SAD interventions are successful. Awareness of these underlying mechanisms will increase the likelihood of them to be harnessed more effectively for freeing an individual of SADs, and perhaps may even have the ability to facilitate a degree of mental health such individuals were never before able to experience.

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