Stress is a well known risk factor in the development of addiction and in addiction relapse vulnerability a series of population based and epidemiological studies have identified specific stressors and individual level variables that are predictive of substance use and abuse preclinical research . Others might become irritable or agitated a stress overload can also lead people to substance abuse and ultimately addiction the link between stress and substance abuse numerous studies have linked stress to alcohol and drug addiction in fact chronic stress is a well known substance abuse risk factor researchers believe that stress . Stress is a key risk factor in addiction initiation maintenance relapse and thus treatment failure sinha jastreboff 2013 stressful life events combined with poor coping skills may impact . The influence of stress on the transition from drug use to addiction gary wand md g ary w and md is a professor of medicine and psychiatry at the johns hopkins university school of medicine baltimore maryland stress that is any type of stimulus that challenges the organisms normal internal balance induces a. Nida researchers have found the following connections between stress and drug abuse stress can cause changes in the brain like those caused by addictive drugs this suggests that some people who experience stress may be more vulnerable to drug addiction or drug relapse those who become addicted to drugs may already be hypersensitive to stress
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