From shopaholism medicine finally found

Drugs that are used for the successful treatment of Alzheimer's disease, can be used for crushing victory compulsive shopper desire, in other words the shopaholism.

This product was tested in the testing process, and it was found that the subjects which it was treated, purchases have been spending much less time and therefore, money. Shopaholism can cause serious consequences, in particular, the accumulation of a rather large debt. About 80 percent of sufferers shopaholism is, of course, women. Moreover, the shopper has to contend not only with my resistance to buying things with the coveted mark "sale", but with the purchase of the subject, which they cannot afford.

However, psychiatrists invented a very effective method of treatment of disease. Memantine is a drug of the latest generation is used to prevent deterioration of health status of patients who have a moderate or severe stage of Alzheimer's disease.

The results of tests and clinical trials have shown the following: after continuous eight-week drug administration shopaholics significantly reduced the amount spent on the acquisition of things of funds. In General, occurred twice as reducing the severity of symptoms, and also showed improved function and performance of the brain associated with impulsive urge, thinking, and behavior.

A team of psychiatrists from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis study was conducted, which was attended by 9 people in the age group from 19 to 59 years. The subjects were clearly diagnosed "Shopaholic". And in the case of the above patients shopaholism caused serious problems: the inability to work normally, and the problem of social and financial nature.

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According to the survey, about 5.8 percent of the population, unfortunately, sick of shopaholism. Thus, more than 61 percent of their income is spent on impulse purchases - this applies mainly to clothing. And someone spends a week in stores up to 38 hours. Among the main symptoms researchers noted: anxiety, depression, stress, and the desire to buy a certain thing.

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