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Online
Assessment

The following online alcohol and drug addiction self-assessment tests may help you to identify possible signs that characterize substance abuse or dependence. All information is fully confidential, and no data will ever be collected. Note that these self-assessments do not serve as a substitute for clinical diagnosis but are solely meant for your guidance.

Alcohol Addiction

In the last six months, have you driven any vehicle whilst under the influence of one or more alcoholic beverages?
Have people at home or elsewhere ever criticized your drinking?
Have you ever lied to or avoided people that were critical of your alcohol consumption?
Have you tried and failed to cut down your drinking or stop alcohol consumption completely?
Have you ever regretted doing anything as a result of your drinking such as not keeping a promise, not showing up, being aggressive etc.?
In the last six months, have you ever used alcohol first thing in the morning to help recover from a hangover?
In the last year, did you hide alcohol at your home, at work or elsewhere to ensure access to it?
Have you ever had problems remembering what happened while you were drinking?
Do you believe you need alcohol to be more social, confident or relaxed?
Have you ever experienced a severe physical reaction such as delirium tremens (the shakes) as a result of your drinking?
Do you feel anxious knowing alcohol will not be available at any event whether personal or professional?
Do you find it difficult to stop after one or two alcoholic beverages?
Results: 0 Yes 0 No

If you have answered yes to three or more questions, you possibly are at risk of having developed a mild to severe substance use disorder. If more then six where answered yes, we would urge you to contact local physician or us for a more comprehensive clinical assessment.

Drug Addiction

Do you use drugs to cope with certain aspects of life or to numb undesirable emotions, feelings or thoughts?
Over time, have you increased the dosage of one or more illegal drugs including non-prescribed doses of prescription drugs?
Once you start using a specific substance, do you find it difficult to stop?
Do you hide your drug use from people close to you or those you are involved with professionally?
When not using drugs, do you spend a lot of time thinking or talking about it?
Has your drug use impacted other activities you previously enjoyed such as spending time with family or sports?
Have you ever done anything as a result of your drug use that you regret or feel ashamed about?
Do you feel anxious, depressed, lonely or irritable if the drug is not available to you due to unforeseen circumstances?
Did other users ever criticize the frequency of your drug use and/or the consumed daily/weekly dosages?
Have you ever had problems remembering what happened during your drug use?
Has a friend, family member or doctor ever expressed his or her concern about your drug use?
Results: 0 Yes 0 No

If you have answered yes to three or more questions, you possibly are at risk of having developed a mild to severe substance use disorder. If more then six where answered yes, we would urge you to contact local physician or us for a more comprehensive clinical assessment.