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Q: what is the impact of risk behavior on the substance abuse:tobacco on physical,psychological,emotional,spiritual social and ethical sphere?
A: Smoking bears similarities to other high-risk behaviors. Tobacco dependence and threat of physical withdrawal, for example, help to maintain smoking behaviors much like other substance abuse and dependence disorders. [ [ Smoking behavior is often conditioned and linked to activities of daily life and habits and is sometimes used as a way to cope with psychological stress, as are eating habits
and dietary patterns. Many of the same methods used to address smoking have been used to prompt behavioral change, both addressing physical and psychological aspects of the high-risk behaviors while taking into account a patient?s readiness to change (e.g., using motivational interviewing). One of the greatest risks of smoking is the increased risk of death and morbidity from macrovascular complications in diabetic patients. Patients with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, compared to patients without diabetes, are already at increased risk for morbidity and mortality related to circulatory and cardiovascular disease. Mortality due to cardiovascular disease is greatly increased among smokers with diabetes. The risk for cardiovascular disease among smokers with diabetes is up to 14 times higher than that for smoking or diabetes alone. ]
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User: what is the impact of risk behavior on the substance abuse:tobacco on physical,psychological,emotional,spiritual social and ethical sphere?

Weegy: Smoking bears similarities to other high-risk behaviors. Tobacco dependence and threat of physical withdrawal, for example, help to maintain smoking behaviors much like other substance abuse and dependence disorders. [ [ Smoking behavior is often conditioned and linked to activities of daily life and habits and is sometimes used as a way to cope with psychological stress, as are eating habits and dietary patterns. Many of the same methods used to address smoking have been used to prompt behavioral change, both addressing physical and psychological aspects of the high-risk behaviors while taking into account a patient?s readiness to change (e.g., using motivational interviewing). One of the greatest risks of smoking is the increased risk of death and morbidity from macrovascular complications in diabetic patients. Patients with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, compared to patients without diabetes, are already at increased risk for morbidity and mortality related to circulatory and cardiovascular disease. Mortality due to cardiovascular disease is greatly increased among smokers with diabetes. The risk for cardiovascular disease among smokers with diabetes is up to 14 times higher than that for smoking or diabetes alone. ]
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User: What is the risk behaviour of tobacco abure physical?

Weegy: Substance abuse is a pattern of behavior that displays many adverse results from continual use of a substance. [ [ Substance dependence is a group of behavioral and physiological symptoms that indicate the continual, compulsive use of a substance in self-administered doses despite the problems related to the use of the substance. The characteristics of abuse are a failure to carry out obligations at home or work, continual use under circumstances that present a hazard (such as driving a car), and legal problems such as arrests. Use of the drug is persistent despite personal problems caused by the effects of the substance on the self or others. In substance dependence, as the patient's tolerance for the drug increases, increased amounts of a substance are needed to achieve the desired effect or level of intoxication. Withdrawal is a physiological and psychological change that occurs when the body's concentration of the substance declines in a person who has been a heavy user. wide range of substances can be abused. ] ]
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