Assessment Results / Medium Risk / Recommendations
|Score:||= “risky” or “hazardous”|
|Result:||Your score on the AUDIT assessment
places you in the category that we call “risky” or “hazardous” alcohol consumption.
What this means is that your pattern of drinking or overall amount of alcohol you drink is putting you at risk of serious health and personal consequences. This may seem a surprise at first but it is the reality.
In your range of alcohol consumption there is a substantial risk of harm in the short-term (such as injuries) and in the long-term (such as diseases of the liver, heart, brain, muscle, nerves and other key organs and systems of the body).
You may already be experiencing the symptoms of these disorders and may or may not know about this.
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For those who fall into the medium risk category, we suggest that you make an appointment with your medical doctor or physician as a starting point. Your doctor will be able to conduct further assessments and may even perform blood tests to identify any damaging effects of alcohol on your body systems.
For those who fall into the medium risk category, we also suggest that you make an appointment with your medical doctor or physician as a starting point. Your doctor will be able to conduct further assessments and may even perform blood tests to identify any damaging effects of alcohol on your body systems.
In fact, it presents an opportunity to evaluate your alcohol consumption and make positive changes. Many people with risky or hazardous alcohol consumption can make use of simple and practical techniques to significantly reduce their risk of harmful consequences.
When people cut back their alcohol consumption from hazardous levels, they typically experience an improvement in their overall well-being and feel more in control of their lives.
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This assessment DOES NOT replace a live assessment by a licensed professional.
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