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Addictions refer to a series of addiction syndromes that appear when smoking cessation, drug cessation, and alcohol cessation. This article mainly discusses acupuncture treatment of smoking cessation syndrome and detoxification syndrome. A set of behavioral, cognitive, and physiological phenomena that may occur after repeated use of substances (such as alcohol or drugs). It is characterized by a desire for the substance used, impaired self-control, and continues to use it despite harmful consequences. It is preferred to use the substance compared with other activities or duties, with increased tolerance, and physical withdrawal when stopping. The occurrence of this disease may involve a certain substance (such as tobacco, alcohol, or diazepam), a certain type of substance (such as opioids), or a wider range of psychoactive substances with different pharmacological properties. Same: Dependence syndrome. See chronic alcoholism; addiction; substance use disorder.

Smoking cessation syndrome refers to a series of weakness, irritability, yawning, tasteless tongue, and even poor mood, chest tightness, anxiety, and dullness after smoking cessation of smoking tobacco products containing nicotine for a long time. Symptoms of addiction. Smoking damages the human body’s breathing, cardiovascular, and nervous systems to varying degrees. It is responsible for the increased morbidity and mortality of many diseases such as cancer, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary heart disease, gastric and duodenal ulcers, and liver cirrhosis. One of the important reasons.

Traditional Chinese medicine can be used to treat alcohol dependence with "Return to Yuan Addiction Therapy". Alcohol-dependent patients generally have poor physical fitness and suffer from malnutrition. Therefore, Chinese medicine should be used to comprehensively regulate the functions of the body's internal organs and improve physical health. If the patient has gastritis Patients with abnormal liver function should undergo gastrointestinal function conditioning and hepatoprotective treatment. At the same time, drug stimulation is used to establish aversion protection, so that when the patient drinks again, nausea, vomiting, and other undesirable stimuli will occur, which will make the patient aversion to alcohol, and finally achieve The purpose of not drinking.


Traditional Chinese herbal medicine can be used for the internal treatment of this symptom, External treatments include acupuncture and massage.

acupuncture raises the level of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers, in the nervous system, and cravings and withdrawal symptoms can be alleviated by raising endorphin levels. 


Zhao Min; Hao Wei. Alcohol and drug abuse and addiction. Beijing: People's Medical Publishing House, 2012: 64-95

戒瘾 戒癮



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