If you’re struggling with your relationship with alcohol, you might be wondering if your habits are bordering on or have crossed the line into alcoholism. Take our non-scientific test now to gain an understanding of some of the signs of an alcoholic.
If you’ve ever experienced a niggling suspicion that your drinking habits are different to those around you, or that you might be losing control, then it’s possible that you might be showing tell-tale symptoms of alcoholism.
The following test is in no way definitive but will give you an idea of some of the signs of alcoholism and could give an early indication that you need help. Please answer the following questions as honestly as you can to find out.
If you answered ‘yes’ to more than 3 questions, you could potentially have a serious level of alcohol-related problems requiring immediate attention and possible treatment. Port of Call can offer a range services to help with addiction, including alcohol rehab and intervention.
Our team is made up of people in recovery and professionals who are trained in addictions counselling. We urge you not to suffer in silence and reach out to someone who’s been there and can help. We can help you decide if you need to consider a private rehab treatment. Call our free phone line today on 08000029010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for specialised addiction support.
Disclaimer: Although these questions incorporate many of the common symptoms of alcoholism, this self-test is intended to be used for educational purposes only. It should in no way be considered a scientific diagnosis of alcoholism.
WARNING: If you or a loved one have symptoms of a physical dependency on alcohol, do not attempt to stop or detox without consulting a medical practitioner or Addiction Specialist. Failure to do so could result in a serious threat to your life. Serious alcohol withdrawal symptoms can result in death.
We’re specialists in UK rehab options and can advise you on alcohol rehab in the North West, drug rehab in the North West and other addiction support services in the area.