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Theme
Advanced approaches for Addiction and Mental Health Care
- Addiction Congress 2020

Welcome Message

On behalf of our Organizing Committee, we are honoured and privileged to welcome all the all professionals in the field of Addiction and Mental Health to join the auspicious event “9th World Congress on Addiction Therapy and Mental Health” which transpires on July 13-14, 2020 at Vienna, Austria.

Conference brings the opportunity to interact with people across the world who has dedicated their professional lives in the field of addiction and Mental Health  and helping individuals to achieve recovery and return to the most fruitful life possible.

This two-day conference perhaps a giant event that creates an ideal platform to share expertise in addressing current technologies involved in Addiction Therapy and Mental Health.

We are much obliged to welcome all the addiction related Researchers, Professors, Doctors, Addictologist, Addiction Counsellors, Addiction Therapist, Addiction PsychiatristAddiction SpecialistMental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist, Clinical Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Students, Graduates and all Addiction Rehab Centers to participate and share their insights.

It is a wonderful opportunity for all to explore international networking and collaborate with the world-class professionals.

 

Looking forward to working with you at Addiction Congress 2020.

About Conference

9th World Congress on Addiction Therapy and Mental Health is designed under the theme “Advanced approaches for Addiction and Mental Health Care” to show the latest trends on Addiction.

 

The key motto of Addiction Congress 2020 is to unite the like-minded individuals to mould the future of research that will shape the future of the world. Addiction Therapy 2020 will rewrite our brain with the advance approaches and innovation which will help to boost self-esteem and confidence.

 

The Addiction Conference will spotlight for two days of scientific research on the latest advancements which will include Keynote Speeches, invited talks and technical papers and it’s going to be a huge platform with more than participants all around the world.

 

It is an initiative to abolish addiction by permitting addiction recovery and its therapy. While many of the brain issues that are caused by addiction and substance abuse cannot be reversed completely, this gathering will be the best place to search out the latest research and learn how to manage the symptoms of addiction that may facilitate people to accomplish recovery.

 

It is a platform to join our hands with the strongest scientific community to have a closer look at what involved in addiction therapy and research by exploring new prospects and increasing the existed opportunities.

Why to attend?

The Conference will reassure new innovation and research by implementing a platform for unique and unusual cases which will build up knowledge of disease, its diagnosis, management and clinical pathologic correlations. It will include inaugurating of Keynote lectures by the renowned researcher and noble members working in the field of addiction research and treatment followed by the special workshop and symposium sessions by eminent scholars and therapeutic members for the conference.

Speaker Benefits

·         Attendees will be certified with CPD credits (In-process) with participation certification

·         All accepted abstracts will be published in the respective Journals.

·         Each abstract will receive a DOI provided by Cross Ref.

·         Special privileges on group registrations.

·         Chance of B2B meetings

        Opportunity to organize Workshop/Symposia

·       

         Target Audience


   Our Organization would be privileged to welcome:

·         Addiction Researchers

·         Academics

·         Recovery Managers

·         Clinical Services Managers

·         Occupational Therapists

·         Counsellors

·         Private Practitioners

·         Rehabilitation Therapist

·         Medical and Healthcare Professionals.

·         Deans & Directors of Medical Universities and Institutes

·         Psychotherapist

·         Treatment Managers

·         Healthcare Workers

·         Neurologists

·         Psychiatrists

·         Therapy Advisors

·         Psychologists


Registration Benefits:
Only Registration:

·         Access to all Sessions

·         Handbook & Conference Kit

·         Certificate Accreditation by the International Organizing Committee Members (IOCM)

·         Abstract will be published as a special issue in respective Journal for free of cost along with DOI number

·         Each registrant will get a 50% abatement on manuscript publication fees

·         Ask an Expert Forums (One to One Pre-Scheduled meeting on interest and availability)

·         10% abatement on registration fees for the next annual conference

·         10% abatement on the membership of the International conference

·         Lunch during the conference

·         Coffee breaks (refreshments and snacks) during the conference

·         Free Wi-Fi

 Package A: 

·         Breakfast during the Conference

·         2 Night’s accommodation (i.e.) in the deluxe single/double room at the conference venue

 Package B:

·         1 Night extra accommodation   (total 3 nights)

·         Discounts are available on Group Registrations



Sessions & Tracks

Track 1: Addiction

 Addiction is outlined as not having management over doing, taking or exploitation one thing to the purpose wherever it can be harmful to you. People with addiction use substances or engage in behaviours that become compulsive and often continue despite harmful consequences. 

Addiction harms not only the individual person with the addiction but also everyone around them. If one could experience significant substantial harm from substance use or an activity but probably would not label one’s behavioural addiction unless it happens regularly. People are genetically predisposed to repeat things that are rewarding or bringing about pleasure. The addicted person might find it valuable because it reduces anxiety and helps them provide a temporary escape from dismal circumstances or sheer boredom. Perhaps it helped to briefly relieve depression

 

·         Neuro cognitive responses

·         Stimulants and Depressants

·         Reflective system Impairment

·         Epigenetic mechanisms in Addiction

·         Food Addiction

·         Internet Addiction

 

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Track 2: Alcoholism

Alcohol being readily available and considered a social drink, most people fall prey to alcohol addiction. Rampage drinking is a serious problem of heavy anecdotal drinking, a modern sobriquet for drinking alcoholic beverages with the primary intention of becoming intoxicated by heavy consumption of alcohol over a short period of time. This type of problematic drinking which leads to alcohol dependency is called alcoholism. In this addiction various psychological and clinical changes takes place in the human body including alcoholic liver diseases. Women alcoholism during pregnancy may result in foetal alcohol syndrome which is a pattern of severe physical and mental defects in the developing fetus. Alcohol poses a major threat causing DNA methylation and inhibition in neural stem cell differentiation. DNA methylation significantly affects gene expression as alcohol hinders the process and access of folate and inhibition in neural stem cell differentiation retards olfaction, neural receptors and neural development. Alcohol consumption by pregnant woman affects the fetus greatly causing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Alcohol on entering the liver sets off cascading epigenetic changes resulting in liver damage, liver cancer and immunological problems. Various chemotherapeutic agents like methadone are used for alcohol detoxification.

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Track 3: Mental Health

Mental health refers to our comprehension, behavioral, and emotional well-being. The term 'mental health' is sometimes used to convey an absence of a mental disorder. Mental health can persuade our daily life, relationships as well as physical health. Mental health also includes a person's efficiency to enjoy life and to maintain a balance between life activities and intension to achieve psychological flexibility. Several factors were involved in experiencing mental disorder. Some of the common disorders are bipolar disorder, schizophreniaanxiety disorder and dementia.

 
Symptoms Include:
·         
Feeling sad or down
·         
Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate
·         Extravagant fears or worries, or extreme feelings of guilt
·         Extreme mood changes of highs and lows
·         Withdrawal from friends and activities
·         Significant 
tiredness, low energy or problems sleeping
·         Detachment from 
reality (delusions), paranoia or hallucinations
·         Failure towards survival  with daily problems or stress
·         Woe understanding and relating to situations and to people
·         Problems with 
alcohol or drug use
·         Major changes in eating habits
·         Sex drive changes
·         Excessive 
anger, hostility or violence
·         Suicidal thinking

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Related Associations and Societies:

Canadian Mental Health Association  | American Mental Health Counsellors Association (AMHCA) | Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness And Mental Health | Mental Health Association of Cambodia (MHAC) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health | National Institute on Mental Health | Mental Health America | US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) | Canadian Society for Mental Health Treatment (CSMHT) | European Society for Mental Health and Deafness (ESMHD) | Italian Society for Mental Health Association (ISMHA) | Spanish society for Mental Health Association (SSMHA) | European Behavioral Mental Health Society (EBMHS) | Kuwait Mental Health Association (KMHA) | Maryland Association for Mental Health (MAMH) | Turkish Mental Health Association (TMHA)Utah Mental Health Association (UMHA)


Track 4: CNS and Addictive Disorders

Central Nervous System consists of the brain and spinal cord which is affected by some neurological conditions that are associated with substance use disorders. The CNS gets slow down or speed up by the mind-altering drugs and the drugs also affects the autonomic functions necessary for living, such as body temperature, heart rate, blood pressure and respiration. The brain’s neurotransmitters or chemical messengers get affect by this addictive substance. The addictive drugs anticipate the nerves in the mind by secreting dopamine a joy chemical which affects their CNS normal function.

 

·         Drug Affecting the Brain and CNS

·         Advances in Neurology of Substance Use

·         Neurological and Behavioral Changes

·         Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)

·         Norepinephrine

 

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Related Associations and Societies:

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Track 5: Dual Diagnosis - Mental Illness Co-happening with Substance Abuse

 Dual Diagnosis is a condition when a person experiences both a substance misuse issue and another psychological well-being issue, for example, sorrow or a nervousness issue. People suffering from a mental health illness may turn to alcohol or alternative drugs to come out of depression. One of the things that make dual diagnoses so difficult to treat is that it is hard to know where certain symptoms are coming from an integrated intervention the best treatment for dual diagnosis where a person receives care for both their diagnosed mental illness. The causes for dual diagnosis is difficult to approach as they can be caused in any way which affects their mental ability and it is difficult to identify as the studies apply differing criteria in defining developmental disabilities and their mental illness.

 

·         Dual Diagnosis Treatment

·         Clinical Diagnosis of Depression

·         Autism Diagnosis

·         Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

·         Schizophrenia Diagnosis

·         Anxiety Diagnosis

·         OCD Diagnosis

·         Multi-axial Diagnosis

·         Cerebral Palsy Diagnosis

·         Trigeminal Neuralgia Diagnosis

·         Peripheral Neuropathy Diagnosis

·         PDD Diagnosis

·         MDD Diagnosis

·         Dyspraxia Diagnosis

·         Dysautonomia Diagnosis

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Track 6: Mental Health Nursing

 

Mental Health nursing or psychological well-being nursing  represents ample authority in emotional wellness and observe every individuals of any age with dysfunctional behaviour or mental trouble, for example, schizophrenia, psychosis, gloom, dementia, schizoaffective confusion, state of mind issue, uneasiness issue, identity issue, dietary issues, self-destructive,  distrustfulness, and self-hurt.

 

·         assessing and planning nursing care requirements    

·         organising workloads visiting patients at home   

·         building relationships with, reassuring, listening and talking to patients    

·         combating stigma and helping patients and their families deal with it    

·         administering medication       

·         agreeing and reviewing care plans and monitoring progress  

·         liaising with doctors, social workers and other professional  

·         writing and updating patient records 

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Track 7: Drug Addiction

 Drug addiction is a complex neurobiological disease that affects a person's brain and behaviour and leads to an inability to control the use of a legal or illegal drug or medication. It is considered as a brain disease because excessive use of drug changes the brain by increasing the dopamine secretion and it induces the brain signals. Without proper treatment, these brain changes can affect the lives.

The proper medication for addiction helps the process easier by easing the cravings and side effects. Drug addiction can also be treated with proper treatment including aftercare program where drug addicts can find lasting relief from the damage of chemical dependency, regardless of how long they’ve been addicted.

 

·         Harm Reduction Psychotherapy

·         Alcohol Addiction

·         E-Cigarette Addiction

·         Fentanyl Addiction

·         Heroin Addiction

·         Dissociative Drugs

·         Club Drugs (MDMA, Flunitrazepam, GHB)

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Related Associations and Societies:

Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) |  International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

 

Track 8: Child and Adolescent Mental Health

 Good Mental well-being child and adolescent are able to attain and retain optimal psychological and social functioning and well-being. They have a self-worth and sense of identity, sound personal and peer bonds, an ability to be productive and to learn, and a capacity to tackle developmental challenges and use cultural resources to exploit growth. Besides, the mental health of children and juveniles is crucial for their active social and economic contribution. The mental state of youngsters and adolescents may be influenced by different factors. Risk factors increase the probability of mental state issues, whereas protecting factors moderate the consequences of risk exposure. Policies, plans and specific interventions ought to be designed in a technique that reduces risk factors and enhances protecting factors. Child and Adolescent Development (CHAD) is intended to furnish understudies with exactly inferred learning about bio-physical, sociopassionate, and intellectual formative points of reference from origination through youth; individual and social contrasts; and regular varieties being developed .

 

 

·         Impulsive Aggression

·         Child Autism

·         Child Behavior and Development

·         Childhood Anxiety

·         Childhood Disorders

·         Self-injury in Adolescence

·         Autism Spectrum Disorders

·         Oppositional Defiant Disorder

·         Eating Disorder

·         Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

·         Neurobehavioral disorder

·         School-Based Mental Health

·         Life Stresses in Individuals

·         Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

·         Schizophrenia

·         Suicide prevention

·         Tourette's and tic disorders

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Canadian Mental Health Association  | American Mental Health Counsellors Association (AMHCA) | Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness And Mental Health | Mental Health Association of Cambodia (MHAC) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health | National Institute on Mental Health | Mental Health America | US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) | Canadian Society for Mental Health Treatment (CSMHT) | European Society for Mental Health and Deafness (ESMHD) | Italian Society for Mental Health Association (ISMHA) | Spanish society for Mental Health Association (SSMHA) | European Behavioral Mental Health Society (EBMHS) | Kuwait Mental Health Association (KMHA) | Maryland Association for Mental Health (MAMH) | Turkish Mental Health Association (TMHA)Utah Mental Health Association (UMHA)


Track 9: Addiction Therapy

Addiction is a curable disease. It is a multifaceted disorder, if treated with proper treatment and therapy can be cured easily and effectively. Treatments for addiction are given to the person individually which give more attention towards the person. Treatment gets betters if the patient does regularly with the proper instruction of the psychiatristCounselling and behavioural therapy are given to the majority of the patient which help them to get cure faster. And many therapies are to discuss. Intervention is also kind of treatment to give to the addicted person as it recovers them from addiction. In order to cure the addiction here are some therapies

 

·         Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy

·         Contingency Management Interventions/Motivational Incentives

·         Community Reinforcement Approach plus Vouchers

·         The Matrix Model

·         Motivational Enhancement Therapy

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Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) |  International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

 

Track 10: Women Mental Health

Women Mental health well-being needs vary over their life expectancy; childbearing years, as an adolescent, menopausal years and as an elderly lady. There is a scope of issues specific for ladies and their psychological well-being including; liquor and medication reliance in ladies, recuperation from youth inbreeding and sexual manhandle, surviving viciousness and battering, dietary issues, and in addition different types of uneasiness, wretchedness and psychoses in ladies.

 

·         Mind Body Pregnancy

·         Mother Risk

·         American Menopause Society

·         Health Database on Medication and Breastfeeding

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Track 11: Depression & Anxiety Disorders

 Depression is a mental health disorder characterised by persistently depressed mood or loss of interest in activities, causing significant impairment in daily life. Depression can cause variety of emotional and physical problems and can decrease a person’s ability to work. Anxiety Disorders are described by a feeling of uncertainty and helplessness about future prospects. Anxiety disorders are very common and more than one-fourth of the all-inclusive community will encounter a genuine nervousness problem among their lifetime. Anxiety can cause physical symptoms like pain, a pounding heart or stomach cramps, hot and cold flushes, feeling tight in breathing, shaking, etc. Individuals who have less emotionally stable or who have high anxiety levels tend to experience specific events more stress than others.

 

·         Anxiety, Depression and Insomnia

·         Epilepsy

·         Bipolar Disorder

·         Organic brain syndrome

·         Schizophrenia

·         Alcoholic dementia

·         Personality disorder

·         Psychosis

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 Anxiety and Depression Association of America | Social Anxiety Association | Anxiety and Depression Association of Ontario | Anxiety and Depression Association of Canada


Track 12: Infant Mental Health

Infant Mental Health (IMH)   is defined as the healthy social and emotional development of a young child. It is the ability of a young child to express emotions and form close and secures interpersonal relationships. Infant mental health is best understood from the perspective of brain development in the first years of life and the influence of what does or does not happen. It is during this critical window of development when the foundation is laid for all future relationships and learning. IMH encompasses the importance of early attachment relationships and experiences that will either promote social-emotional health and well-being or will set in motion a negative trajectory that is played out throughout the life span.

 

·         Early care and Education

·         Ages and Stage developmental monitoring

·         Pregnancy and Anxiety

·         Perinatal and Postnatal Depression

·         Management and treatment of peripartum Depression and Anxiety

·         PND Signs and Symptoms

·         Precursors to PND

·         Intervention and Prevention of Mental Health

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Related Associations and Societies:

Canadian Mental Health Association  | American Mental Health Counsellors Association (AMHCA) | Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness And Mental Health | Mental Health Association of Cambodia (MHAC) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health | National Institute on Mental Health | Mental Health America | US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) | Canadian Society for Mental Health Treatment (CSMHT) | European Society for Mental Health and Deafness (ESMHD) | Italian Society for Mental Health Association (ISMHA) | Spanish society for Mental Health Association (SSMHA) | European Behavioral Mental Health Society (EBMHS) | Kuwait Mental Health Association (KMHA) | Maryland Association for Mental Health (MAMH) | Turkish Mental Health Association (TMHA)Utah Mental Health Association (UMHA)

Track 13: Addiction induced Brain Disease

Addiction is a chronic disease that affects the brain in multiple ways leading to compulsive and uncontrollable use. Unfortunately, the media’s portrayals of addiction often show characters going through detox and then never having much of an issue with addiction again. During active addiction, our brain has learned to seek drugs to relieve stresspainanxiety, and just to feel good. Even though we know that a drug can be harmful, it’s incredibly difficult to resist. Alcohol and drug addiction therapy can help re-write the effects of drugs in our brain, learn to cope with negative feelings, and learn to avoid and deal with cravings. Drugs interact with body and brain to alter emotions, behaviours and moods by changing brain chemistry and a person’s perceptions.

 

·         Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

·         Neuro-Cognitive Responses

·         Depression and Anxiety Disorders

·         Memory Loss and Hormones Instability

·         Brain Imaging Studies of Addictive Substances

·         Hallucinogens and Persisting Perception Disorder

·         Stimulants and Anhedonia

·         Dementia

·         Impulse Control Disorders

·         Intermittent Explosive Disorder

·         Kleptomania

·         Pyromania

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Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) |  International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health


Track 14: Addiction: Pharmacology

Addiction Pharmacology  makes the recovery process easier by easing the side effects. The pharmacology of addiction is being studied further not only for acute effects but also for the mechanisms that lead to drug seeking and addiction. Some individuals continue to intake medicine which leads to side effects and causes addiction. When the drugs are consumed more these drugs can have serious side effects, including physical dependence and tolerance. Ironically, the opiate addiction is treated having some addictive properties Many pharmacological agents began to explore the efficacy of existing alcohol treatments, and several medications are currently being used in alcohol rehabilitation and more new medications to help treat alcoholism have been developed. Science has produced a new anti-addiction IM medication for the treatment of alcohol dependence which is called Vivitrol TM, injected version of naltrexone which is also recently approved by FDA, thereby drastically reducing or completely stopping alcohol use for alcoholics receiving the medication and attending active treatment programs.

 

·         Drug Addiction and Consequences

·         Drug Receptors

·         Drug Tolerance

·         Drug Dependence

·         Drugs and their effects on Addiction

·         Pharmacotherapy

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Related Associations and Societies:

Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) |  International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health


Track 15: Neuro- Toxicology Neuro-toxicology deals with the adverse effects of natural and synthetic chemical agents on the nervous system. These toxins affect the neurons and alter the activity of the nervous system. When an individual consumed addictive substance, the body responds to the substance by influencing neurotransmitter that affects the cellular membrane integrity. The treatment approach to neurotoxicity is only by eliminating or reducing the toxic substance by providing therapy to relieve symptoms or by providing support.

 

·         Cognitive Neuroscience

·         Nervous System and Behavioral Toxicology

·         Neurotoxic Effects of Pharmaceutical Agents

·         Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders

·         Parkinson's and Dyskinesia

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Related Associations and Societies:

Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) |  International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health


Track 16: Addiction Case Report Studies

New advances in brain research and neuroscience have revealed insight into the progressions that long haul utilization of Alcohol and different medications brings into the cerebrum particularly in mind remunerate framework, to encourage proceeded and perpetual examples of enthusiastic medication mishandle. New research points in enslavement incorporate Behavioral Pharmacology Research, Relationship between youth viciousness and substance mishandle, impact of Alcohol on intellectual working and cocaine antibodies and dependence epidemiological research. Behavioral Pharmacology Research infers wide based substance mishandle clinical research program incorporating both human lab research and outpatient treatment look into. Cocaine mishandle is a continuous and essential issue along these lines immunizations against cocaine are being produced.

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Related Associations and Societies:

Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health


Track 18: Conventional Approaches for Addiction Conventional Approaches for Addiction like Yoga, Meditation and other Natural Therapy are most common and popular recovery technique used to treat the individuals suffering from addiction and help them to prevent relapse. Yoga act by regulating and balancing some of the stress hormones like cortisol, adrenaline and may help to balance some parts of the brain and body that are impacted by drug abuse in a natural way. Meditation helps in reducing stress, anxiety, depression, and pain, and increasing peace, perceptionself-concept, and well-being. These Traditional approaches like Yoga, Ayurveda and other Natural Therapy reduce withdrawal symptoms and drug craving. Many studies have observed the effect of yoga and meditation on the fight-or-flight response which may explain why it has been linked to improved immunity. The scientific studies have provided evidence that these approaches reduce stress by modulation of the stress response.

 

·         Yoga Practice for Addictive Mind

·         Dance and Music Therapies

·         Natural Physio-therapeutic Methods

·         Retreat Facilities and Relapse

·         Psychology and Group Therapies

·         Ayurveda Treatment for Addiction

·         Multidimensional Family Therapy

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Related Associations and Societies:

Asia Pacific Association for Addiction Professionals (APAAP) | The National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) | The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse | American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) | Addiction Research Center | National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) | American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) | Asia Pacific Society for Alcohol and Addiction Research |  Society for the study of Addiction (SSA) | International Society of Addiction Medicine | State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) | Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Market Analysis

The Addiction treatment breaks down the present and future situation of the worldwide market. Escalating in mindfulness activities by various medication and government bodies and increment in mistreat of physician recommended drugs are relied upon to promote the worldwide habit.

As far as dispersion channels, the treatment has been divided into healing facility drug store, therapeutic stores, and others. The circulation channels division has been done based on sale of medication.

Considering treatment, the worldwide Addiction treatment showcase has been characterized into liquor Addiction treatment, tobacco/nicotine Addiction treatment, opioid habit treatment, and other substance Addiction treatment. The sections have been mishap considering consciousness of Addiction treatment, genuine rate getting to various protection strategies for treatment, and therapeutic situations. The market size and gauge for every one of these fragments have been accommodated the period from 2017 to 2025, alongside their separate CAGRs for the estimate time frame from 2017 to 2025.Considering medication, the market has been portioned into bupropion, varenicline, camprosate, disulfiram, naltrexone, methadone, buprenorphine, nicotine substitution items, and others. In term of treatment, the market has been portioned into outpatient treatment focuses, private treatment focuses, and inpatient treatment focuses. The sections have been broadly classified considering medications and items utilized as a part of the treatment of Addiction, focuses that have been generally utilized for treatment.

Addiction treatment advertise different qualities, likewise, organization review, budgetary diagram, item portfolio, business methodologies, SWOT investigation, and late advancements. The worldwide treatment advertise are Cipla Ltd., Allergan plc, Alkermes plc, Pfizer Inc., Orexo AB, GlaxoSmithKline plc, Purdue Pharma L.P, Mallinckrodt, and Reckitt Benckiser (Indivior PLC).

The market analysis for addiction treatment globally was approximately US$ 4.0 Bn which is projected to expand at a CAGR of over 8.7% from 2018 to 2025. China and India are the Asia Pacific country that boost the addiction treatment and the US, Canada is top in the list. With the approximate estimation of alcohol use among world adult population is 4.9% which is around 240 million people suffer from addiction disorders. In this average, 7.8% of men and 1.5% of women are addicted to the substance and every year there is a loss of 100 000 population. A tobacco product is the second cause for addiction which is majorly used among adults of 1 billion people of the world. This caused 11 of death in males and 6% of deaths in females. Estimating the analysis in gambling addiction is not possible, but in some countries where it has been assessed the prevalence is estimated at 1.5% in a particular country. The report expresses the growing abuse of prescription drugs for smoking cessation therapy is likely to demand an addiction therapy market in the coming years.

 Most treatment methods for mental health disorders can be categorized as either somatic treatments or psychotherapeutic treatments. Somatic treatments include drug therapy and electroconvulsive therapy. Psychotherapeutic treatments include individual, group, or family and marital psychotherapy; behavior therapy techniques (such as relaxation training or exposure therapy); and hypnotherapy. Most studies suggest that for major mental health disorders, a treatment approach involving both drugs and therapy is more effective.

The psychotherapeutic drug industry continues to struggle through a morass of issues that are directly or indirectly affecting competition. Some hurdles recently faced by competitors in this market include advertising restrictions, label changes, and some general negative views about mental illness treatments. However, there have been considerable strides in many areas of the market including advanced delivery techniques, increased education and awareness efforts, and improved effectiveness.




Physical disorders, when compared to the overall population, a lot of current in individuals with severe mental disease. Though this excess morbidity and mortality is basically thanks to modifiable modus vivendi risk factors, the screening and assessment of physical health aspects stay poor, even in developed countries. Moreover, a selected patient, treatment and system factors act as barriers to the management of physical diseases in individuals.

As per BBC investigate the worldwide marketplace for medicine relating to mental disorders was honored as $70.1 billion in 2012 and is evaluated to possess declined marginally too concerning $69 billion in 2013 and by 2018 it points the market development around to $77.1 billion.

Mental scatters speak to 14 July of infection round the globe; however they get a standard of solely 1/2 common fraction (0.5%) of prosperity disbursement in low-compensation countries. Moreover, seventy 5 % (73%) of the cash spent on rabid health by national governments is spent on mental center, instead of on cluster mind.

One of every four individual in the globe will be influenced by mental clutters sooner or later in their lives. Around 450 million individuals as of now experience the ill effects of such conditions, setting mental scatters among the main sources of sick wellbeing around the world. It is more crucial to the basic open than any time in recent memory, and with the mounting of emotional wellness and conduct medical problems, it may appear somewhat confounding in the matter of why identities still have a tendency to disregard the outcomes of leaving these manifestations unrefined.

Huge measures of studies, an expansion in worldwide mindfulness and a move in demeanour towards treating and aiding those with social or emotional well-being issues have likely exposed a greater amount of these issues. Addiction Conference will enhance novel advancements in the improvement of dependence and mental issue.



                                                                      

  

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OCM Member
Dr Mark Roseman
Founder/CEO
Founder/CEO of The Toby Center for Family Transitions, Inc.
Delray Beach, USA
OCM Member
Kenneth Blum
co-founder and Chairman & CSO , Genomics
LifeGen Inc
Madison, USA
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Judith Ann Miller
Psychotherapist
Founder, Soaring Hope Recovery
Aurora, USA
OCM Member
Michael T Deans
Freelance Scientist, UK
London, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Sam Vaknin
Professor, Psychology
Southern Federal University
Rostov-On-Don, Russia
OCM Member
Ion Copoeru
Professor, Department of Philosophy
Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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