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Introduction: Workaholic

Description of Workaholic

Workaholic (medical condition): Work addiction refers to the excessive amounts of...more »

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Work addiction:
  »Introduction: Work addiction
  »Symptoms of Work addiction
  »Treatments for Work addiction

Workaholic: Related Topics

These medical condition or symptom topics may be relevant to medical information for Workaholic:

Workaholic as a Disease

Workaholic: Another name for Work addiction (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Work addiction
  »Symptoms of Work addiction
  »Treatments for Work addiction

Workaholic: Related Diseases

Workaholic: Workaholic is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Symptoms of Workaholic (Work addiction)

Some of the symptoms of Workaholic incude:

  • Reliance on work as an approval-seeking tool
  • Low self-esteem
  • Preoccupation with work
  • Excessive amount of time spent at work
  • Lying to others about amount of time spent at work

Treatments for Workaholic (Work addiction)

Treatments for Workaholic (Work addiction) include:

  • Self-help programs, Support group, Counselling, Psychotherapy, Medication - may be needed to treat anxiety or depression

Treatment of Workaholic: For more treatment information about Workaholic, see treatment of Work addiction (Workaholic)

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