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The results showed that, in the cohort studied, a majority of subjects lacked insight into their heroin-use behavior.
Compared with the impaired-insight group, those who possessed insight into their illness showed significantly greater awareness of past social, somatic, and psychopathological impairments, and had a greater number of past treatment-seeking events for heroin addiction.
In the case of the obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is typically characterized by an excellent level of insight, a trend toward a lower level of insight has been noted in patients with somatic obsessions and in obsessive-bipolar patients (Marazziti et al., 2002).
In post-traumatic stress disorder as well has been shown the need to improve awareness of illness to better understand the disease and the possible complications that it could occur (Khoury et al., 2010).
Insight is also defined as awareness of mental illness. The readiness to change and insight in alcohol dependent patients.