Addictive disease and money – relevant connections


Authors: K. Nešpor 1;  A. Scheansová 2
Authors‘ workplace: Odděleni léčby závislostí – muži Primář: MUDr. Karel Nešpor, CSc. Psychiatrická léčebna Bohnice, Praha Ředitel: MUDr. Martin Hollý ;  Institut postgraduálního vzdělávání ve zdravotnictví, Praha Ředitel: Mgr. et Bc. Radim Gabriel 2
Published in: Prakt. Lék. 2009; 89(8): 447-449
Category: In diferent

Overview

Alcohol, other addictive drugs and gambling go in for society economically inconvenient. Claims that the functions, aren’t from compensated taxation. Just taxation at the same time presents highly effective instrument prevention. Uncontrolled and easily possible financial resources and surd access to economic conditions in family constitute risk factor especially for children and adolescent. But also lack of funds and poverty constitute risk factor and in addition make more difficult big groups population access to special medical modality (psychotherapy or usage expensive medicines). Money and standard of living are often significant motivational factors at treatment addictive illness. Treatment and especially prevention addictive illness are budget for individuals, families and society.

Key words:
addictive disease, prevention, treatment, psychotherapy, family therapy.


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