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How Addictive Is Cosmetic Surgery for People with BDD?

2 monthes ago   |   By HealthWorks Collective

We have talked about some of the benefits and risks of cosmetic surgery in the past. One of the risks that we didn't delve into much was addiction. Cosmetic surgery addition is a growing concern.
The majority of people are familiar with addictions to substances like alcohol, tobacco, or drugs. Substance addiction is well-reported in the media, and for good reason, but in fact, addiction can take many forms that are both physical and psychological
A person is said to have a “behavioral addiction” if they are addicted to a certain behavior that makes them feel good. As with any type of...
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