Market Analysis - Addiction Summit 2019
Importance and Scope:
Addiction is an essential, chronic disease of brain reward, inspiration, memory and related circuitry. Brokenness in these circuits prompts to characteristic biological, mental, social and profound appearances. This is reflected in an individual pathologically seeking after reward and additionally, alleviation by substance utilize and different practices.
If you have an addiction, you're not alone. According to the charity Action on Addiction, 1 in 3 people are addicted to something. Addiction is defined as not having control over doing, taking or using something to the point where it could be harmful to you. Addiction is most commonly associated with gambling, drugs, alcohol and nicotine, but it's possible to be addicted to just about anything, including: work, internet, solvents, shopping, drug addiction, alcohol addiction, smoking, gambling, etc.
As indicated by Australian scientists the first since forever give an account of overall enslavement insights. They found around 240 million individuals around the globe are reliant on liquor, more than a billion people smoke, and around 15 million individuals utilize infusion medications, for example, heroin.
The report utilizes information from sources including the World Health Organization and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, as indicated by NPR. The analysts say the report is critical in light of the fact that it gives a gauge of medication and liquor utilizes around the world, alongside examinations among various locales.
As indicated by the report, individuals in Eastern Europe smoke and drink more than any other person on the planet, while Asians drink the minimum. "One thing that emerges is nations that are overwhelmingly Muslim have a much lower rate of liquor utilization. Liquor utilization is likewise lower at all created nations, the report found.
In the UK, figures for medication clients exhibiting for treatment identified with tricky medication abuse are drawn specifically from the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS). The NDTMS identifies with the way toward gathering, grouping and examining data from and for those included in the medication treatment segment. The NDTMS is an advancement of the local medication abuse databases (RDMDs), which have been set up since the late 1980s.
The most recent measurements from the NDTMS demonstrate that in 2011-12 there were 197,110 people matured 18 and over who were in treatment, with 69,434 of those having begun new treatment travels in that year. Of the 63,020 that left treatment that year, 29,855 (45%) left in the wake of having finished their treatment and beat their reliance on the medication for which treatment was looked for.
Why Brisbane, Australia?
Brisbane is Australia’s third most populous city, a multi-cultural hub of creativity, scientific invention, resources, technology, education, meetings and cultural attractions that provides researchers, students and professionals with forward-thinking educational providers and global-leading research centers, all in a sub-tropical weather best for an outside way of life. Brisbane has a world-class education along with a high-quality, accessible lifestyle.
Drug addiction is a problem throughout the world and does not discriminate between ages, skin color, religion or cultural background. In all nations, illegal and legal drugs pose a problem for health workers, law enforcement officers, schools, universities, workplaces and families. Substance abuse contributes to major social, financial, physical and psychological problems that affect many people, both those close to the addict and the wider social community. In Australia, there is relatively small proportion of people who have used drugs. According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, most people had never used an illicit substance (60 percent), while 14.7 percent of all Australian’s aged 14 years and over had used an illicit drug in the last year.
In Australia, alcohol contributes too many cases of cancer, injury and death. It is estimated that over 3,000 deaths per year are attributed to excessive consumption of alcohol in Australia and over 5,000 (or 5 percent) of all cancers are due to chronic, long-term abuse of alcohol. Alcoholism is a factor in the development of many cancers, including liver cancer, breast cancer and esophageal cancer. Excessive alcohol consumption is the cause of up to 81,000 hospitalizations annually. Between 2004 and 2005, it was estimated that the cost of alcohol on the Australian community was up to a $15 billion. According to the Alcohol Consumption in Australia, A Snapshot 2004-2005 Report, one in every nine Australians drank alcohol at a risky or high-risk level. This equates to 13 percent of the population, or 2 million persons.
Australians are using less alcohol, tobacco and other drugs than they did a decade ago, new results from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s (AIHW) National Drug Strategy Household Survey show.
Although the drug of most concern to the general public is methamphetamine, the rate of methamphetamine use has been showing a steady decline since 1998 and, at 1.4%, is now at its lowest point since the survey began, down from 2.1% three years ago.
Major Addiction Associations and Societies around the Globe
Addiction Associations and Societies in Australia
Top Universities in Australia
Rehabilitation Centres in Australia
Addiction Summit 2019 has been designed to provide an International platform to researchers to share their experiences & ideas through the presentations & research talks
The upcoming World Conference on Addictive Disorders and Alcoholism aims to bring together internationally renowned scientists, research scholars and students from all around the globe to exchange & share their ideas and explore the practical challenges encountered and resolutions adopted by them in the fields of Addiction.
The conference will focus around the theme “Accelerate the Novel Therapies and Recent Innovations in Addictive Disorders and Alcoholism for Wellbeing”.
Addiction Summit 2019 welcomes all delegate, presenters, collaborators, media partners, exhibitors and sponsors from all over the world to join us in Brisbane, Australia. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the 9th International Conference on Addictive Disorders and Alcoholism scheduled from June 17- June 18, 2019 at Brisbane, Australia. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including Keynote presentation, plenary lectures, symposia, workshops and poster presentations on various topics related to Addictive Disorders and Alcoholism.
Addictive Disorders and Alcoholism is a two-days event provides a perfect platform for leading scientists, researchers, decision-makers and other players to gain the latest information on topics of current research like Addiction, Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Addiction Psychiatry and Mental Health, Depression & Anxiety Disorders, Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, Behavioral Addiction, Eating Disorders, Marijuana, Opioid and Tobacco Addiction, Schizophrenia, Mindfulness, Addiction Psychotherapy, Rehabilitation Therapies, Dual Diagnosis: Mental Illness and Substance Abuse, Family Therapy, Addiction Therapy, and Yoga and Addiction Recovery.