Addiction is a condition that involves a compulsive engagement in a particular stimulus that gives pleasure, despite being aware of its possible adverse effects. The stimulus that the person is addictive generally activates the brain's reward pathways and is perceived as pleasurable and desirable. This makes the person seek repeated exposure to the stimulus and eventually become dependent on the stimulus, physically and psychologically.
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