What Is Addiction?

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"http://mormonchannel.org/12steps How does addiction affect your brain? Your brain is a control center that sends out powerful signals to the rest of your body to tell it what to do or how to feel. When you are addicted to a substance or behavior, your brain sends out unhealthy signals, making you believe that something harmful is okay because it makes you feel good for a time.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, find help at http://addictionrecovery.lds.org.

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