psychological dependence

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Psychological dependence is a condition in which a person feels the need to take a drug in order to cope with life or to feel good. It is a form of addiction and can lead to physical and mental health problems. People who are psychologically dependent on a drug may experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop taking the drug, such as anxiety, depression, and cravings.

It is important to talk to your doctor if you think you may be psychologically dependent on a drug. Your doctor can help you manage the symptoms and provide appropriate treatment.

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