Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Mental health is a close to psychological well- being, or an absenteeism of mental illness. It is the “psychological state of someone who is working at a acceptable level of emotional and behavioural adjustment. According to world health organisation (WHO), mental health includes “subjective well-being, professed self-efficacy, autonomy, competence, intergenerational dependence, and self-actualization of one’s intellectual and expressive potential, among others.” It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps control how we handle stress, relate to others, and sort choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through maturity.
•  Mental health and symptoms
•  Counselling and addiction treatment
•  Mobile health
•  Tele mental health
•  Online recovery programs
•  Intervention
It is an intermediate stage of physical and psychological development that generally occurs during the period from puberty to legal adulthood (age of majority). Puberty is commonly related with the teenage years, but its physical, psychological or cultural expressions may begin before and end later. For example, puberty now typically begins during preadolescence, mainly in females. Physical growth (particularly in males), and cognitive growth can extend into the early twenties. Thus age bids only a rough sign of adolescence, and scholars have created it hard to agree upon a precise importance of adolescence.
•   Epidemiology of adolescent 
•   Preventing substance abuse among children and adolescents
•   Adolescent risk and protective factors psychosocial
•   Neurobiology of addiction from a developmental perspective
•   Adolescent cigarette smoking
•   Adolescents attitudes toward alcohol and other drugs
Pharmacology is the study of drugs, where a drug can be broadly defined as any man-made, natural, or endogenous (from within body) and they relate with other molecule in the body and how they affect the body which exerts a biochemical or physiological effect on the cell, tissue, organ, or organism (sometimes the word pharmacon is used as a term to include these endogenous and exogenous   bioactive type . This field of study can be broken down into two smaller pieces: pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
•   Sedative hypnotic addiction
•   Opioid dependence
•   Cocaine, methamphetamine 
•   Alcohol rehabilitation
•   Opioid maintenance treatment
To understand the neuro anatomy and psychopharmacology of addiction, we must understand the normal methods and decision making, and impulse control. From here, we can scan the compulsivity, excessive intake, and the resultant harm, which are central to addiction. The structure most often stated in the context of drug abuse is closely associated with the limbic system, lateral hypothalamus, basal ganglia and frontal cortical regions. The limbic system has been categorized as highly interconnected, phylogentically older regions of the forebrain that appear to form the only major route for information transfer between the neocortex and the hypothalamus.
•   Psych stimulants
•   Opioids
•   Cannabinoids
•   Pathologic gambling
•   Neurocognition
Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain and it means a person is totally addicted in one particular habbit. Dysfunction in these routes leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual expressions. This may include disorders involving many legal and illegal drugs, gambling, sex, food, and other impulse control disorders; this is redirected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors.
• Epigenetic mechanisms in addiction
• Types of addiction
• Neurobiology of substance use disorder
• Drug tolerance
• Alcohol detoxification utilizing chemotherapeutic agents
• Symptom of addiction
• Causes of addiction
Addiction is a state in which a state  involves in a compulsive behavior, even when faced with negative values. This behavior is reinforcing, or satisfying, as we know. A major feature of addiction is the loss of control in warning intake of the addictive substance. The most recent research shows that the reward pathway may be even more important in the desire associated with addiction, compared to the reward itself. Scientists have educated a great deal about the biochemical, cellular, and molecular roots of addiction; it is clear that addiction is a disease of the brain. State that you will provide two examples of the contact between drugs that are addictive, their cellular objects in the brain, and the reward pathway.
• The action of heroin (morphine)
• Localization of opiate required sites within the brain and spinal cord
• Morphine binding within the reward pathway
• The action of cocaine
• Inhaling vs smoking cocaine: different addictive liabilities
• Localization of cocaine "binding sites"
It also known as drug use disorder is a state in which the use of one or more materials leads to a clinically significant impairment or distress. Although the term substance can state to any physical matter, 'substance' in this setting is partial to psychoactive drugs.. It refers to substance use disorders, which are defined as mild, moderate, or severe to indicate the level of severity, which is determined by the number of diagnostic principles met by an individual. This  disorders occur when the frequent habit of alcohol, drugs causes clinically and functionally important impairment, such as health problems, disability, and failure to meet major tasks at work, school, or home. According to the DSM-5, a diagnosis of substance use disorder is based on proof of impaired control, social impairment, risky use, and pharmacological criteria.
•  Addiction
•  Physical dependency
•  Psychological dependency
•  Detoxification
•  Epidemiology
Impulse control disorders are regular psychiatric situations in which extravagant individuals typically report significant damage in social, and may incur legal and financial difficulties as well, and categorized by impulsivity- failure to resist a offer, an urge or an impulse. Many psychiatric disorders feature impulsivity, with substance- related disorders, behavioural addictions, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, antisocial personality disorder, border line personality disorder, conduct disorder, and some mood disorders.
• Signs and symptoms
• Mechanism
• Frequent type of impulse disorder
• Treatment
Alcohol addiction is the most genuine type of issue intake, and describes a solid, frequently wild, want to drink. A dipsomaniac is a man, while alcohol abuse is the sickness. Sufferers of Alcohol addiction will often put drinking most importantly different commitments, including work and family, and may develop a physical resilience or knowledge withdrawal side effects on the off chance that they stop.
Alcohol exploitation is at times known as Alcohol habit or Alcohol reliance. It's marginally extraordinary to 'unsafe drinking' which is an irregular example of drinking which can cause harm your good. A case of insecure drinking will be drinking unreasonably at a gathering, and gambling a fall or contention. This sample may form into Alcohol abuse if that sort of insecure drinking turns into a propensity and occurs all the time.
•  Types of alcoholic
•  Treatment
•  Drug addiction
•  Smoking addiction and cessation
•  Gambling and casino addiction
•  Tobacco, Cocaine and cannabis
Dual diagnosis occurs when someone has both a mental disorder and an alcohol or drug difficult. These conditions occur together frequently Dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders is a term for someone who practices a mental illness because of indulge drinking, or the person abusing heroin during periods of mania. Alcohol and drug problem be likely to occur with depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, personality disorders, etc. The signs of substance abuse include: sudden changes in behaviour, withdrawal from friends and family, loss of control over use of materials, developing tolerance and removal symptoms. The consequences can be numerous and harsh. Persons with co-occurring disorders have a statistically greater propensity for violence, medication noncompliance, and failure to respond to treatment than customers with just substance abuse or a mental illness. These problems also extend out to these users families, friends and co-workers.
•  Depression
•  Bipolar disorder
•  Anxiety disorders
•  Schizophrenia
•  Personality disorder
The damaging impacts of drugs can duplicate dysfunctional behaviour in ways that can be hard to recognize from emotional sickness. Drugs instigated mind issue is particular from autonomous co-happening mental distributes in that all or the vast majority of the psychiatric signals are the immediate consequence of substance utilize. It can’t express that substance-prompted disturbs block co-happening mental scatters, just that the particular side effect group at a particular point in time is more probable the after effect of substance pushes, miss handle, inebriation, or with drawl than of important emotional instability. Some basic substance related mind issue are nervousness, depression and insomnia, schizophrenia, dementia, rest issue and psychosis.
•  Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
•  Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
•  Depression treatment and management
•  “Myth-conceptions”, about anxiety
•   Suicide and prevention
It is a system of addiction that involves a compulsion to engage in a rewarding non drug related behavior at times called a natural reward. Addiction can occur in many methods. Often, it is assumed that physical dependence considered by withdrawal symptoms is required in order of someone to be diagnosed with an addiction disorder, but the fact is that it can ensue with all the negative penalties in a person’s life minus the physical issues faced by people who compulsively engage in drug and alcohol abuse.
• Symptoms
• Types of behavioral addiction
Though the symptoms of one disorder may precede the other, both disorders tend to impair one another, making it impossible to extricate the symptoms caused by one disorder from the other. For example, persons who attempt to escape symptoms of depression related with a mood or personality disorder by taking medicine painkillers or shooting heroin will quickly find that though this may be effective the first few times, in addition to the symptoms of depression, they will soon be stressed with other disorders.
•  Substance induce mental disorders
•  Anxiety disorder, affective disorder
•  Attention/hyperactivity disorder
•  Integrating psychosocial services with pharmacotherapies
•  Posttraumatic stress disorder 
• Substance use disorder comorbidity
There are a lot of popular miscalculations in surrounding pain management and addiction. Many doctors are not prescribing scheduled pain medications like Vicodin, Percocet or Darvocet because they worry about their patients becoming addicted to these painkillers. Some medical professionals are willing to prescribe controlled pain medications to patients who are being treated for cancer or under hospital care, but they’re cautious about prescribing to patients who suffer from severe pain caused by a car accident, arthritis or a spinal cord injury.
If you feel frustrated by your efforts to get a doctor to sufficiently treat your pain, or you’re self-medicating because you can’t get the pain help you need from a physician, you’re not alone. Effective pain managing requires an understanding of the nature of chronic pain, a will to listen to the patient’s reports of discomfort and the ability to distinguish between drug tolerance and dependence.
•  The neurophysiology of pain and interfaces with addiction
•  Psychological issues in the management of pain
•  Opioid therapy of pain
•  No opioid treatments in the management of pain
•  Legal and regulatory considerations in pain management 

Forensic and addiction psychiatry are both deals with human behavior; forensics addresses the legal consequences of behavior, and addiction psychiatry studies and treats those causes of behavior resulting from the consumption of substances of abuse or addicted drugs. These approaches act differently, but each can learn from one other. Clinical differences are that medical thinking is not the same as that of the forensic medical thinking. There are many several the addiction psychiatrist can be of assist to the legal system in civil, criminal, and administrative parameters. This addiction psychiatrist will benefit from a basic understanding of legal procedure and terminology as well as how he fits into the society legal system and an awareness of what he has to offer in the community. Issues considered include the necessity for pledge information will and contract challenges, custody matters, malpractice allegations, dram shop cases, and administrative or licensing issues. 

Drug addiction is a complex brain disease that requires serious treatment of the mind, body, and spirit. It is considered as a brain disease because drugs change the brain structure and how it work. Addiction is a chronic disorder that is characterized by drug seeking and use that is compulsive and difficult to control despite harmful impact. The recent decision to take drugs is voluntary for most people, but repeating of these drugs can lead to addiction or drug dependence that challenge an addicted person’s self-control and make them enable to resist intense urges to take drugs. These brain changes can be continuous, which is why drug addiction is considered as relapsing disease—people in recovery from drug use disorders are always at increased risk for returning to drug use even after years of stopping the drug.

Various advancements in addiction treatment techniques can facilitate in providing quality take care of individuals with unhealthy alcohol, tobacco, or alternative drug use. Among them psychological feature behavioral medical aid could be a kind of psychotherapy designed to treat behavioral effects of habit. The behavioral medical specialty analysis could be a habit clinical analysis program encompassing each human laboratory analysis and patient treatment analysis. Neurorehabilitation and medical aid offers complicated medical method that aims to help recovery from a system injury because of addiction. twelve step recovery therapies involves a vigorous engagement strategy designed to extend the probability of a person changing into connected with and actively concerned in 12-step aid teams, thereby promoting abstinence. it's long been a crucial a part of the recovery method and also the basis for several recovery programs.
Neurorehabilitation and therapy
Behavioral pharmacology research
Gestalt therapy
CBT therapy
Addictive disorders area unit caused by varied components, as well as hereditary weakness, ecological stressors, social weights, singular identity qualities and medical specialty problems. From a medical specialty purpose of read, addictive  scatters emerge once a substance changes the approach the client's neural structure feels delight. addictive  substances amendment the cerebrum's capability to send and find chemicals known as neurotransmitters, that cause delight. The addictive  substances will anticipate nerves within the mind known as neurons from obtaining these joy chemicals, which suggests the medication consumer depends on the medication, as hostile his or her common neural structure chemicals, for sentiments of pleasure.
A few adolescents area unit a lot of at risk of making addictive  scatters, incorporating youths with a minimum of one among the related  conditions exhibit: 1) youngsters of substance abusers. 2) Adolescents UN agency area unit casualties of physical, sexual or mental palm. 3) Adolescents with psychological well-being problems, notably discouraged and unsafe high schoolers. 4) Physically debilitated teenagers.
Advances in neurology of substance use
Substance abuse and alteration in genetic structure
Neurological and behavioural changes
The word “Psychosomatic” denote to a physical health problem forced by a mental issue like inner conflict or stress that is with reference to a disorder having physical symptoms however principally originating from mental or emotional causes. psychoneurotic medication is additionally associate knowledge base medication ground discovering the relations among social, psychological, and behavioural factors on physical processes and quality of life in humans and animals.
A psychoneurotic medication could be a subspecialty of psychopathology that is principally employed in designation associated treatment of an psychopathology disorders and additionally symptoms in chronic medically suffering sick patients. Clinical conditions wherever mental ways act a significant reason moving medical outcomes ar areas wherever psychoneurotic medication has competency. It additionally deals with the combination of the psychological therapies in bar, treatment and additionally in rehabilitation of medical wellness.
Psychological Stress
Psychodynamics Medicine
Psychiatric rehabilitation
Psychiatric and Psychosomatic Medicine
Psychosomatic medication is a vicinity of scientific investigation involved with relation between psychological factors and physiological phenomena generally and illness pathologic process especially. it's principally applicable within the areas of science, Psychonephrology, Psychoneuroendocrinology, Psychoimmunology, Psychodematology in medicine department.
Psychoneuro Endocrinology
Psycho Immunology
Psych dermatology
Industrial Psychology