Have you or a loved one developed a dependence on alcohol?
If you’re looking to gain insight into your relationship with alcohol, take our alcohol addiction self-test.
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“Addiction is an acquired, chronic change in the brain’s reward system. The use of the substance floods the brain with dopamine, which contributes to the experience of pleasure. From this, a memory of the experience of pleasure is created, and thus the need to recreate it. This unnatural change in the brain’s reward system – addiction – rewires the brain and becomes an illness, just as heart disease and cancer are illnesses.” – National Institute of Drug Abuse
Created with oversight from our John Volken Academy Case Workers and using the World Health Organization’s Alcohol Use Disorders AUDIT framework, this self-test can help you gain a clearer understanding of your alcohol consumption and the impacts it may be having on your life.
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Congratulations on taking the first step to understanding your relationship with alcohol.
Did you find your score concerning? Maybe you’re questioning its accuracy. No matter what you thought of the test, know that we are here to help you through your journey at any stage. Learn more about alcohol addiction here.
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