Digital tools are developing and are increasingly used by medicine, including to treat various types of addiction. Very useful for prevention, they complete the classic therapeutic arsenal.
Less sleep, more physical inactivity: time spent in front of screens is now known to have harmful effects on our health. But computers and smartphones are also used to develop digital health tools. More and more specialties are opening up in this era of digital health. including addiction medicine. Whether for prevention, screening for uses that pose a health risk or treating patients with an addiction, online applications and tools are now an integral part of the practices of addictologist doctors.
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