What’s More Dangerous, Anorexia, Drug Addiction or Alcoholism?

Question by Illuminate: What’s more dangerous, anorexia, drug addiction or alcoholism?

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Answer by Damon
I would say drug addiction or anorexia

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5 Responses to What’s More Dangerous, Anorexia, Drug Addiction or Alcoholism?

  • Jack S says:

    Depends on the person and their ability to control each of those. I’ve heard that anorexia can have some serious, lifelong consequences. Though I’m sure the others you mentioned would too.

  • Gautham says:

    All are.. but anorexia cant be an addiction to overcome..so it’s much better compared to the rest.

  • RS says:

    Frankly, all are equally dangerous

  • Ann says:

    “Drug addiction” is widely dependent on the drug itself. For instance, heroin causes few long-term negative effects aside from addiction. Discounting the potential of overdose, it could be argued that heroin addiction is much safer than alcoholism or anorexia. At the same time, methamphetamine can cause irreversible damage to the human brain and body, moreso than long-term alcohol usage or anorexia.

    Additionally, alcoholism IS a drug addiction.

  • KJV says:

    All are

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