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Drug rehabilitation for various populations

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  1. EllenShoo

    EllenShoo Young Member

    Jan 22, 2019
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    hi there,

    Recently, I found an article on the NIDA which discusses gender-specific addiction treatment. For years working in the hospital with different patients, I understood that everyone needs a personal attitude. It does not mean that some are treated better, while other - worse. Indeed, individual approach to every single patient helps to meet one's needs in a more effective way. In such a way, I suppose, we need to distinguish men and women treatment practices, especially when it comes to mental diseases. Addiction is definitely a mental issue which stacks deeply in the one's mind and makes his/her life difficult.
    Women and men are different in the way they think and sense the world around, they have different motives, as well as extends of conditions they are experiencing being addicted. For me, I have a clear understanding of how to male and female addicts behave, what they need, and how they differ. Nursing is not an easy task but if you love your work and is willing to help people, it is the best you can do.

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