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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Obsessive Gambling

Obsessive Gambling can be overcome.

For some people, it seems strange that obsessive gambling abuse represents human behavior that is beyond “voluntary control” and similar to other obsessive disorders and addictions. The main culprit of most compulsive disorders is a progressive loss of control over obsessive gambling thoughts, whereby gambling dependent people continue, and even amplify their use – despite the ever increasing and devastating consequences. The obsessive gambling behavior patterns that define addictive dependency are characterized by the person’s inability to accurately predict the timing, amount, duration, or consequences of obsessive gambling addiction.

Treating obsessive gambling addiction can be challenging, many gamblers who are compulsive have found help for their problem at our professional gambling addiction treatment centers.

Your pathway to obsessive gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Internet Gambling

Internet Gambling can be overcome.

Internet Gambling plays a large part in the estimated 15 million+ people in the United States with gambling problems. At least 3 million people are categorized as problem gamblers, or gambling addicts or extreme gamblers. Internet gambling addiction disorders can strain family and personnel relationships, interfere with responsibilities at home and work, and ultimately lead to financial ruin. Internet Gambling addiction may even lead to stealing money from loved ones. Most
gambling addicts think they can’t stop, but extreme Internet gambling and gambling addictions are very much treatable.
Internet Gambling addiction, also defined as online gambling, is a common type of impulse control disorder. Compulsive online gamblers try but can’t control the many daily impulses to gamble on the Internet. Online gambling addiction is a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives if its not controlled and really hurt the loved ones around you. Treating Internet gambling disorders can be challenging, many compulsive gamblers have found help at our gambling addiction treatment center.

Your pathway to compulsive gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Substance Abusers

Gamblers are in fact Substance Abusers.

For most people, it seems odd that gambling abuse represents human behavior that is beyond “voluntary control” and similar to substance abuse addictions. The main culprit of most addictive disorders is a progressive loss of control over addiction substance use,whereby gambling dependent people continue, and even amplify their use & despite increasingly devastating consequences. The gambling behavior patterns that define addictive dependency are characterized by the person’s inability to accurately predict the timing, amount, duration, or consequences of progressive gambling addiction.

Gambling like substance abuse addiction and its associated disorders are a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives if its not controlled and really hurt the loved ones around you. Treating gambling addiction like substance abuse can be challenging, many gamblers have found help for their problem at our professional gambling addiction treatment center.

Your pathway to gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Progressive Addiction

Progressive Gambling addiction can be overcome.

PROGRESSIVE ADDICTION
The progressive nature of addiction is unfathomable to users and loved ones. For most people, it seems odd that frequent gambling abuse represents human behavior that is beyond “voluntary control.” The main culprit of most addictive disorders is a progressive loss of control over progressive gambling addiction, whereby gambling dependent people continue, and even amplify their use & despite increasingly devastating consequences. The gambling behavior patterns that define addictive dependency are characterized by the person’s inability to accurately predict the timing, amount, duration, or consequences of progressive gambling addiction.

Progressive gambling addiction and its associated disorders are a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives if its not controlled and really hurt the loved ones around you. Treating progressive gambling addiction can be challenging, many gamblers have found help for their problem at our professional gambling addiction treatment center.

Your pathway to progressive gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Problem Gamblers

Problem Gamblers find hope at Williamsville Wellness.

Problem gambling for the most part starts in early adolescence in men, and between ages 20 and 40 in women.

Problem gamblers experience many repetitive behaviors. People with this problem have a hard time controlling the impulse to gamble. Although it shares features of obsessive compulsive disorders, problem gambling is a different condition.

People with problem gambling disorders often feel guilty and try avoiding others and try their best to hide the problem. The American Psychiatric Association defines pathological gamblers as having five or more of the following symptoms:

â–ª Committing many crimes to get money to gamble
â–ª Problems feeling restless or irritable when trying to cut back or quit their gambling addiction
â–ª Often Gambling to escape problems or feelings of sadness or anxiety
â–ª Gambling larger and larger amounts of money to try to cover previous losses
â–ª Unsuccessful attempts to cut back or quit gambling
â–ª Losing jobs, relationships, or educational or career opportunities due to gambling
â–ª Often lying about the amounts of time or money spent gambling
â–ª Needing to borrow large amounts of money due to several gambling losses
â–ª Needing to gamble larger amounts of money in order to feel stimulated

Problem gambling and their associated disorders are a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives if it’s not controlled and really hurt the loved ones around you. Treating gambling can be challenging, many gamblers have found help for their problem at our professional gambling addiction treatment center.

Your pathway to problem gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Pathological Gambling

Pathological gambling can be treated.

Historical data states Pathological gambling for the most part starts in early adolescence in men, and between ages 20 and 40 in women.

Pathological Gambling Definition: The disorder involves many repetitive behaviors. People with this problem have a hard time controlling the impulse to gamble. Although it shares features of obsessive8compulsive disorders, pathological ambling is a different condition.

People with pathological gambling disorders often feel guilty and try avoiding others and try their best to hide the problem. The American Psychiatric Association defines pathological gambling as having five or more of the following symptoms:

â–ª Committing crimes to get money to gamble
â–ª Feeling restless or irritable when trying to cut back or quit gambling
â–ª Gambling to escape problems or feelings of sadness or anxiety
â–ª Gambling larger amounts of money to try to make back previous losses
â–ª Having had many unsuccessful attempts to cut back or quit gambling
â–ª Losing a job, relationship, or educational or career opportunity due to gambling
â–ª Lying about the amount of time or money spent gambling
â–ª Needing to borrow money due to gambling losses
â–ª Needing to gamble larger amounts of money in order to feel excitement

Pathological gambling disorders are a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives if it’s not ontrolled and really hurt the loved ones around you. Treating Pathological gambling can be challenging, many Pathological gamblers have found help at our professional gambling addiction treatment center.

Your pathway to Pathological gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Gambling Addiction

Gambling addictions can be treated.

Gambling affects an estimated 15 million+ people in the United States alone. At least 3 million people are categorized as problem gamblers, or gambling addicts or extreme gamblers.

Extreme gambling addiction disorders can strain family and personnel relationships, interfere with responsibilities at home and work, and ultimately lead to financial ruin. Gambling addiction may even lead to stealing money from loved ones. Most gambling addicts think they can’t stop, but extreme gambling and gambling addictions are very much treatable.

Gambling addiction, also defined as compulsive gambling, is a common type of impulse control disorder. Compulsive gamblers try but can’t control the many daily impulses to gamble.

The nature of gambling addiction is unfathomable to users and loved ones. For most people, it seems odd that frequent gambling addiction abuse represents human behavior that is beyond “voluntary control.” The main culprit of most gambling addictive disorders is a progressive loss of control over gambling addiction, whereby gambling dependent people continue, and even amplify their use 88 despite increasingly devastating consequences. The gambling behavior patterns that define addictive dependency are characterized by the person’s inability to accurately predict the timing, amount, duration, or consequences of progressive gambling addiction.

Compulsive gambling addiction is a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives if it’s not controlled and really hurt the loved ones around you. Treating compulsive gambling disorders can be challenging, many compulsive gamblers have found help at our gambling addiction treatment centers.

Your pathway to compulsive gambling addiction recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


Compulsive Gambling

Compulsive gambling can be stopped.

Compulsive gambling is the uncontainable desire to remain gambling despite the toll and consequences it takes on your family, life, and job. If you’re susceptible to compulsive non-stop gambling, you may frequently be in pursuit of bets, lie or conceal your patterns, and ultimately resort to thievery or fraud to support this addiction. Compulsive gambling is a very serious illness and condition that can ultimately destroy lives and hurt the loved ones around you.

For some people, it seems strange that compulsive gambling abuse represents human behavior that is beyond “voluntary control” and similar to other compulsive disorders and addictions. The main culprit of most compulsive disorders is a progressive loss of control over compulsive gambling thoughts, whereby gambling dependent people continue, and even amplify their use – despite the ever increasing and devastating consequences. The compulsive gambling behavior patterns that define addictive dependency are characterized by the person’s inability to accurately predict the timing, amount, duration, or consequences of compulsive gambling addiction.

Treating compulsive gambling disorders can be challenging, many compulsive gamblers have found help at our gambling treatment center.

Your pathway to compulsive gambling recovery begins at Williamsville Wellness.


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