Deciding whether you or someone you care about has a problem with alcohol is not always easy. However, if you have started to use alcohol to cope with or avoid negative feelings, you are probably at risk. And the simple fact that you’re on Hope rehab center’s website and reading this, probably means you’re serious about finding out the right answer. The short online assessment questions below will help you to find out the truth.
1. Do you normally have drinks containing alcohol at least once a week?
2. Do you normally have four more standard alcoholic drinks on a typical day when you drink?
3. Do you ever have six or more standard drinks on one occasion?
During the past year:
4. have you ever found you were unable to stop drinking once you had started?
5. have you ever failed to do what was expected of you because you had been drinking?
6. have you ever needed an alcoholic drink in the morning to get you going?
7. have you ever had a feeling of guilt or regret after drinking?
8. have you ever been unable to remember what happened when drinking the night before?
9. have you or someone else been injured as a result of your drinking?
10. Has a relative/friend/medical person been concerned about your drinking or advised you to cut down?
If you answered yes to 1 or 2 of these questions you may have a problem with alcohol.
If you have answered yes to 3 or more of these questions you probably have a serious problem with alcohol and need professional help.
How can Hope rehab center help me?
Here at Hope rehab Center, we can help you look for the reasons that have caused you to drink alcohol in a way that’s harming you and those around you. Decades of experience in the fields of alcohol and addiction have equipped the team of experts at Hope to pass on their knowledge. Knowledge that can do more than just save your life, your career, your marriage, relationship and/or your family.
Here at Hope rehab center, if you commit to completing your alcohol treatment, we can give you the tools for building a new and better life. One that you’ll enjoy living. One that you won’t want to risk losing ever again.