Frequently Asked Questions

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Is My Addiction Bad Enough to Seek Professional Help?

Sometimes people are unsure about seeking help for their addiction because they think it’s not bad enough. It can be difficult to admit that you have a problem, which can delay the process of seeking help.

In order to help you understand your level of dependency, ask yourself these questions

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Do you ever lose control while using drugs or alcohol?
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Have you thought about quitting drugs or alcohol but don’t know how?
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Do you spend a lot of time trying to secure access to recreational or prescription drugs?
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Do you find yourself struggling with cravings when you aren’t using drugs or alcohol?
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Are you currently experiencing or have experienced relationship problems as a result of your drug or alcohol abuse?
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Have you lost interest in things that used to be enjoyable to you?
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Have you had to increase the quantity of drugs and alcohol you consume to get the same feeling?
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Do you experience withdrawal symptoms like cramps, sweating, irritability and nausea when you are not using drugs or alcohol?
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Do you find yourself going into dangerous situations to get access to drugs or alcohol?
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Have you lost your job or are in danger of losing your job because of drug or alcohol abuse?

If you find yourself answering yes to one or more of these questions, you may need to seek professional addiction treatment.