abstinent


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a person who refrains from drinking intoxicating beverages

self-restraining

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In contrast, our sample of long-term abstinent CDP did not show any evidence of deficits in decision-making on the IGT.
As the intention-to-treat criterion was used to assess the success percentage, the success rate was taken to be the proportion of abstinent subjects (continuous and CO validated abstinence) with respect to the total number of subjects who started treatment.
The present study aimed to examine the oxidative stress parameters in otherwise healthy alcohol dependent individuals before and after a period of abstinence (Named as current/active alcoholics and abstinent alcoholics) and compare those with normal healthy age matched controls after eliminating the confounding effect of smoking.
The objective was to assess the outcomes of heroin-dependent patients 4 years after detoxification at the Opioid Detoxification Unit, by comparing the demographic, forensic, clinical and treatment data between patients with heroin use disorders who were actively using at the time of investigation and those who had been abstinent for at least the previous 4 weeks at the time of investigation.
The product is to be used for the maintenance of abstinence from alcohol in patients with alcohol dependence that are abstinent at treatment initiation.
Mental health symptoms varied by drug use group: poly-drug users reported higher depressive symptomatology on the Beck Depression Inventory and somewhat higher rates of self-reported depression in the past 30 days (p = .06) than the abstinent or single drug use groups (Table 2).
Research has shown that one-on-one counselling can help smokers break the habit and remain abstinent. But counselling isn't affordable or convenient for everyone.
Out of the 53 members of the Parliaments (MP), 32 approved to postpone, 19 refused and two MPs were abstinent.
You're better off making a resolution to take a few days off alcohol a week throughout the year than remaining abstinent for January only."
The Results: The number of young women reporting as being abstinent was low--3% to 5%.
At each time point, women were classified as abstinent if they reported not having had vaginal sex in the past 6 months, and, among those reporting sex, as consistent condom users if they reported that they had used a condom every time they had sex.
The study found that people who were readmitted for treatment in the first six months after beginning treatment were more likely to remain abstinent, while those readmitted after six months were less likely to continue to abstain from substance use.
Where was the support?" Kit Yeng Ho, spokeswoman for Gwalia, said: "If an individual is unable to remain abstinent, even with the support offered by staff, it may sometimes be necessary for them to leave the scheme.
The number of potential predictor variables was reduced by testing for statistical significant differences between baseline characteristics of abstinent and nonabstinent participants at six months of treatment follow-up using [chi square] tests for categorical variables and independent t tests for continuous variables.
Based on biochemical or proxy confirmation, 20% of the participants in the hypnosis group were abstinent at 12 months compared with 14% of the behavioral group.