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Amplification of Positivity Therapy for Co-occurring Alcohol Use Disorder with Depression and Anxiety Symptoms: Pilot Feasibility Study and Case Series

Positive valence system dysregulation is a relatively new transdiagnostic device and potential treatment target underpinned alcohol use and depression symptoms, which are largely unexplored. The new report investigated the possibility and potential benefits of a psychological intervention focusing on amplification of positivity among eight adults with alcohol use disorder and clinically high anxiety. In 11 individual sessions involving positive activity interventions integrated with psychoeducation and alcohol use monitoring, an AMP for alcohol use was provided for in 11 individual sessions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/01454455211030506


Does Cannabis, Cocaine and Alcohol Use Impact Differently on Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Clinical Picture?

Although the connection between adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorders has been extensively researched, less attention has been paid to the various drug use variants. About type 2 DD/ADHD patients, type 1 DD/A-ADHD patients were more likely to be diagnosed as belonging to an inattentive ADHD subtype than type 1 DD/A-ADHD patients, but not with regard to type 2 DD/ADHD. Patients with NDD/A-ADHD had less frequent signs of hyperactivity/impulsivity than DD/A-ADHD type 1, but not type 2. Type 2 DD/ADHD patients were more prevalent, while type 1 patients had higher similarity to NDD/A-ADHD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm10071481


Brief interventions for alcohol use disorders in low- and middle-income countries: barriers and potential solutions

Abstract In the coming decades, global alcohol consumption and harmful use of alcohol is expected to rise in both high- and middle-income countries, with the majority of the rise occurring in low- and middle-income countries, which calls for cost-effective steps to reduce alcohol use in these countries. In our review of BI research in these countries, we find some promising results, mainly in Latin America countries, but there is no evidence on effectiveness. In LMICs, there is mounting evidence proving the effectiveness of non-specialist health workers, including lay counsellors, in providing frontline psychological support for a variety of conditions, including alcohol use disorders. Both these groups, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers in LMICs are expected to discuss this paper because increasing access to evidence-based treatment for alcohol use disorders in LMICs is expected to spark debate among researchers, physicians, and policy makers in LMICs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13033-022-00548-5


Association between Nightlife Goers’ Likelihood of an Alcohol Use Disorder and Their Preferred Bar’s Closing Time: A Cross-Sectional Observational Study in Perth, Australia

We investigated the connection between nightlife-goers' likelihood of an alcohol use disorder and their choice for bars with special licenses to stay open until 2 a m. or midnight, as opposed to bars with u2018 norms of midnight or 10 p. m. closing times of midnight or 10 p. m. Using AUDIT-C, we conducted weekend street intercept interviews outside bars between 8 p. m. and 3 a m. , as well as screened participants who reported alcohol use prior to the survey and spent more time in a bar than any other venue type. We discovered evidence of a positive relationship between late closing bars and vulnerable drinking females, but not for females with active AUD, male hazy drinkers, or males with active AUD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph182413040


Commentary on “The bounds of liberty: lessons learnt from treating a man with alcohol use disorder, autism and learning disability”

The purpose of this paper is to investigate three areas of practice: assessing ability in the presence of intransigence and/or rigid patterns of thought and behaviour; understanding heroin in this context; and determining u201creable changes'u201d in the way addiction and substance misuse services are provided to this client group. Both the case was investigated by Drake et al. , as well as the findings. Practical implications of the 1995 Disability Discrimination Act (DH) requires federal services to make u201cee reasonable adjustments in order for people with a variety of disabilities to be able to use their services on an equitable basis. Originality/value This is a relatively new field of work and expertise in both conventional addiction and special intellectual disability, as well as mental health services, needs to be developed in order to deliver more consistent and accessible services to individuals.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1108/tldr-09-2017-0035

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