Aversion therapy

What is Aversion therapy?

A form of behavior therapy that pairs an unpleasant stimulus with undesirable behavior(s) so that the patient learns to avoid the latter.

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Hello sir.. My brother become habitual of drinking alcohol, I need your help to get rid of drinking,can you please suggest best way for this

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Brief Answer:
consult psychiatrist

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Thank you for your query.

Best way to get rid of drinking is first to motivate him to...

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Hi. I've a bad habit of biting my left hand and to overcome the problem I started drinking more milk and eating more peanut butter few days ago.Do...

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Brief Answer:
Yes it can be controlled

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Thanks for choosing health care magic for posting your query.
I have gone through...

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My father is 65yrs old and a severe alcoholic. He retired as an accounts officer from a reputed company in South India. We, family members, tried...

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Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic.

I understand that it can be very distressing to deal with a family member who is addicted to alcohol and who...

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