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1(drug) que crea hábito(drug) que crea dependencia
- This medication is not habit-forming, and does not cause a high feeling.
- Millions and millions of people were giving up smoking at that time without huge problems - therefore it was more about habit-forming than addiction.
- However, pot can be psychologically addictive and therefore habit-forming.
- Gambling, tobacco and alcohol are all habit-forming products or activities.
- An individual drug's schedule designation is determined primarily by its habit-forming properties.
- Unlike many varieties of hard or soft drugs enjoyed by today's teenagers, weblogging isn't habit-forming.
- They don't have time to work out sleeping patterns or relaxation programmes so, more often than not, habit-forming sleeping pills are prescribed or nothing is done.
- They've always assured him that the variety they used wasn't habit-forming, but frankly, he's worried about becoming a shroom junkie.
- Nor are they psychologically habit-forming; they don't cause physical dependence either.
- Unfortunately, added to the low-budget nature of such shows, they can be habit-forming and are therefore great for boosting ratings.
- The practice of being oblivious of others is habit-forming; it spreads like flesh-eating bacteria.
- Managers often claim winning and losing are habit-forming traits.
- If too much is taken, the medicine may become habit-forming (causing mental or physical dependence) or lead to medical problems because of an overdose.
- I only pray that it doesn't become habit-forming.
- Melatonin is not habit-forming and will not cause a ‘high’ feeling.
- I believe the pill is an antihistamine, not habit-forming.
- But, boys, once you've been indulged, you may find spas habit-forming.
- He believed that chewing tobacco was not as habit-forming as smoking cigarettes and was unaware that chewing tobacco contains licorice.
- These medications have two major drawbacks: they don't improve depression and they can become habit-forming.
- In addition, many sleep aids can be habit-forming and eventually may interfere with restful sleep or even exacerbate insomnia.
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