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Am I Addicted? – Self Test
1. Do you try to avoid family or close friends while you are drinking/using?

2. Do you drink/use heavily when you are disappointed, under pressure or have had a quarrel with someone?

3. Can you handle more alcohol/drugs now than when you first started to drink

4. Have you ever been unable to remember part of the previous evening, even though your friends say you didn't pass out?

5. When drinking/using with other people, do you try to have a few extra drinks when others won't know about it?

6. Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable if alcohol/drugs are not available?

7. Are you more in a hurry to get your first drink/drug of the day than you used to be?

8. Do you sometimes feel a little guilty about your drinking/using?

9. Has a family member or close friend expressed concern or complained about your drinking/using?

10. Have you been having more memory blackouts recently?

11. Do you often want to continue drinking/using after your friends say they’ve had enough?

12. Do you usually have a reason for the occasions when you drink/use heavily?

13. When you’re sober, do you sometimes regret things you did or said while drinking/using?

14. Have you tried switching brands or drinks, or following different plans to control your drinking/using?

15. Have you sometimes failed to keep promises you made to yourself
about controlling or cutting down on your drinking/using?

16. Have you ever had a DWI driving while intoxicated or DUI driving under the influence of alcohol violation, or any other legal problem related to your drinking/using?

17. Are you having more financial, work, school, and/or family problems as a result of your drinking/using?

18. Has your physician ever advised you to cut down on your drinking/using?

19. Do you eat very little or irregularly during the periods when you are drinking/using?

20. Do you sometimes have the shakes in the morning and find that it helps to have a little drink, tranquilizer or medication of some kind?

21. Have you recently noticed that you can’t drink/use as much as you used to?

22. Do you sometimes stay intoxicated for several days at a time?

23. After periods of drinking/using do you sometimes see or hear things that aren’t there?

24. Have you ever gone to anyone for help about your drinking/using?

25. Do you ever feel depressed or anxious before, during or after periods of heavy drinking/using?

26. Have any of your blood relatives ever had a problem with alcohol/drugs?

Disclaimer: The results of this self-test are not intended to constitute a diagnosis of alcoholism or addiction and should be used solely as a guide to understanding your alcohol/drug use and the potential health issues involved with it. The information provided here cannot substitute for a full evaluation by a health professional.

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