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(p. 17) Substance-Related Disorders 

(p. 17) Substance-Related Disorders
(p. 17) Substance-Related Disorders

Dennis C. Daley

, and Antoine Douaihy

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date: 20 January 2021

Substance-induced disorders include intoxication, withdrawal, and other substance- or medication-induced mental disorders such as depression, anxiety, or psychotic symptoms that are associated with use of specific types of substances. When the substances are stopped, the symptoms get better or go away altogether. SUDs include disorders related to use of alcohol, caffeine, cannabis, hallucinogens, inhalants, opioids, sedatives, hypnotics or anxiolytics, stimulants, tobacco, and other (or unknown) substances. Eleven criteria are listed for diagnosis of an SUD. Statistics on SUDs in the United States are given. Advice is offered for family members and significant others who have a loved one with an SUD.

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