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Track 01: Addiction Medicine Drug induced disorder is identified by use of one or many drugs results to a clinical impairment or distress. Alcohol related dementia is a form of dementia caused by long-term, excessive drinking, leads to neurological damage and impaired mental condition. Drugs like amphetamines, or its substitutes, are known to induce "Amphetamine psychosis" when they are abused. In Australian, study of 400 active methamphetamine users, 20% experienced a clinical level psychosis in the last year. In drug use disorders results in 127,000 deaths up from 53,000 in 1990. The large number of deaths is from Opioid abuse disorders at 51,000. Alcohol use disorders resulted in 139,000 deaths. There are at least 600,000 individuals with opioid dependence in the USA. It has been estimated that 1% of the population has met criteria for opioid dependence.In 1800s and early 1900s, individuals dependent on opioids were primarily developed and from middle socioeconomic groups. However, since the 2000s, minorities and lower socioeconomic groups have been recognised with Opioid dependence. It shows availability of opioids and subcultural factors in opioid use. Therefore, medical professionals are at higher risk for developing opioid-related disorders. It is estimated that 90% of those with opioid dependence have one or more other mental disorders. Depression is commonly identified. Opioid-dependents report suicidal tendency and insomnia. Other substance use disorders anxiety
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