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  • Drink more, or longer, than you plan to

  • Have tried to cut back or stop more than once and couldn’t

  • Spend a lot of time drinking, being sick, or hungover

  • Want alcohol so badly you can’t think of anything else

  • Have problems with work, school, or family because of your habit (or because you're sick after having alcohol)

  • Keep drinking even though it has caused problems for you or your relationships

  • Quit or cut back on other activities that were important to you in order to drink

  • Have found yourself in situations while drinking or afterward that made you more likely to get hurt

  • Keep having alcohol even though it made you depressed or anxious, hurt your health, or led to a memory blackout

  • Have to drink more than you used to for the effect you want

  • Found that you had withdrawal symptoms when the buzz wore off, like trouble sleeping, shakiness, restlessness, nausea, sweating, a racing heart, a seizure, or seeing, hearing, or feeling things that aren't there.

  • source https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/addiction/understanding-alcohol-abuse-symptoms


  • Mixing with different groups of people or changing friends

  • Spending time alone and avoiding time with family and friends

  • Losing interest in activities

  • Not bathing, changing clothes or brushing their teeth

  • Being very tired and sad

  • Eating more or less than usual

  • Being overly energetic, talking fast and saying things that don’t make sense

  • Being nervous or cranky

  • Quickly changing moods

  • Sleeping at odd hours

  • Missing important appointments

  • Getting into trouble with the law

  • Attending work or school on an erratic schedule

  • Experiencing financial hardship

  • source https://www.asahq.org/whensecondscount/pain-management/opioid-treatment/opioid-abuse/


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