Assessment Results /// Addiction Likely /// Recommendations

Score: =  Likely Addiction
Result: Your score on the AUDIT assessment shows that you are likely to have alcohol dependence.
Prescriptive Actions:
  • Seek Immediate Help: It is crucial to get professional help as soon as possible. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or healthcare provider to discuss your options. Our post on "Finding the Right Treatment for Alcohol Addiction" can guide you.
  • Join a Support Group: Engaging with others who understand your struggles can be incredibly beneficial. Consider joining a group like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or another support group. Read more about support groups in our article "Group Therapy vs. Alcoholics Anonymous".
  • Educate Yourself and Your Loved Ones: Understanding the nature of addiction can empower you and those around you to take the necessary steps towards recovery. Our blog post on "Recognizing the Red Flags: A Guide to the Stages of Alcoholism" offers valuable insights.
Seek Immediate Help

Detailed Analysis: Your responses indicate that you are likely experiencing problems related to alcohol use, which could signify an addiction. This level of risk requires immediate attention to prevent further harm to your health and well-being. Individuals in this category often find that their drinking has begun to affect various aspects of their lives, including relationships, work, and physical and mental health.

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Addiction to alcohol is characterized by a strong craving for alcohol, loss of control over drinking, physical dependence, and withdrawal symptoms when not drinking. It can lead to severe health problems such as liver disease, heart disease, depression, and an increased risk of accidents and injuries.
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