There's no way to answer this question. Certain dr.ugs are extremely physically addictive, and so it is unlikely that people will go long periods of time without becoming addicted. But it is possible. My dad just quit smoking cold turkey after smoking for 15 years. Never smoked again. Never thought about smoking again (I absolutely hate his ability to just do things, he went on a diet too, lost all this weight, never cheated even once!). Sometimes people develop addictions years after they started something. No way to tell. As for being addicted to everything they do, realize, it's never about the addiction. It's about what the person is trying to avoid by the behavior. Until that is addressed, the person could be addicted to almost anything. But that's not the problem.
It depends on what it is.
Really addicting dr.ugs, and cigarettes don't take long at all to become addicted to. Just a few hits, or just a few cigarettes and you could be addicted.
Things like games, or websites may take a bit longer. Usually, after you figure out how things work...and start liking it you get addicted.
Also, it depends on the person. Some people get addicted to things a lot easier, and quicker than others.
what is it you're trying to get addicted to? well if you try popping pills, you'll get addicted very quick because of the time it takes to calm you down. marijuana is non-addictive. you'll get addicted to cigarettes if you constantly smoke them and see them as a coping method. i never drank alcohol so i wouldn't know the answer to that. good luck!
Well I think that while things can be more addictive to some people than others. I get very addicted to this computer, even though I work on a computer all day long, I think I could do it all night as well. I guess it takes a little will power, you just have to push it away, or someone could get hurt.
I think my friend is trying to avoid dealing with personal issues and family problems, so she will over due everything, and then she can't stop, everything from walking to talking, I told her I think she may need to go talk to a professional about some things
It sounds more like a compulsive sort of thing than an addiction (which is arguably the same thing i guess but i think it's different). But regardless, definitely sounds like she needs help.
It depends. If the things they are getting addicted to are impacting their life in a negative way...then yes, they may need help. If it's not causing any harm, then no.
depends on the person and the substance being used. some people can get hooked the first time using something.
What if someone seems to get addicted to everything they do, do u think they may need to get help?