Quiz: Am I an Alcoholic? 2017-08-15T22:28:49+00:00

Are you an alcoholic?

Alcoholism is a problem for so many people in the United States. In fact, statistics tell us that 15.1 million adults have an alcohol use disorder. Among them, 5.3 million are women. You need to know what your relationship with alcohol is. This quiz can help you find out.

For each question on this quiz, if your answer is yes, mark the box next to the question. If your answer is no, leave the box blank. When you’re finished, enter your email address and click the submit button to get your results.

  1. When you are consuming alcoholic drinks, do you try to avoid friends and family?/li>
  2. Do you participate in heavy drinking when you feel sad or disappointed?
  3. Do you feel that your level of alcohol abuse has been steadily increasing?
  4. After a night of heavy drinking, do you have a hard time remembering what happened?
  5. Have you ever thought that a program like Alcoholics Anonymous might be good for you?
  6. Have your friends and family recommended Alcoholics Anonymous to you, or encouraged alcohol rehab?
  7. Do you engage in heavy drinking or binge drinking at least once a week?
  8. Have you ever lied to someone about your alcohol use?
  9. If alcoholic drinks are not available when you go to an event, do you feel uncomfortable?
  10. Do you feel the need to drink alcoholic drinks first thing in the morning?
  11. Does drinking alcohol in excess ever make you feel guilty?
  12. Have the people you love ever told you they think you suffer from alcoholism?
  13. Have you ever experienced a blackout because of heavy drinking?
  14. Do you feel the urge to continue drinking even after others have said they were stopping?
  15. Do you find that drinking alcohol helps you get through each day?
  16. Do you feel strange if you don’t consume alcohol?
  17. Do you feel that you suffer from alcohol abuse, but feel in denial about being an alcoholic?
  18. Do you ever regret some of the things you said or did while you were drinking?
  19. Have you tried to stop drinking in the past and failed?
  20. Do you ever stay drunk for long periods of time?

Am I an Alcoholic? Quiz Results

If you answered yes to between 0 and 3 questions, you probably aren’t an alcoholic.

However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be concerned. Even if you aren’t battle alcoholism, you could still be struggling with alcohol abuse. If you are, this is something that you need to be aware of as well.

Right now, you may view alcohol abuse as being a lot of fun. It may be something you do once or twice a month, or you may drink more frequently. You may participate in heavy drinking or binge drinking. Either way, you’re not really concerned about the consequences of it at all.

The fact is that alcohol abuse is dangerous too. When you abuse alcohol, you run the risk of becoming an alcoholic. There is no timetable as to when this might happen for you. It could happen within the next week, two weeks, or within several months. At any point, your alcohol abuse could become alcoholism. When it does, your situation will become so much worse.

The best thing you can do right now is to get help for your alcohol abuse. You may even want to consider going to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. You should also meet with a therapist. Together, you can discuss why you abuse alcohol.

Hopefully, by taking these steps, you can avoid becoming an alcoholic.

If you answered yes to between 4 and 7 questions, you may be an alcoholic. Answering on the low end means that it’s possible you’re still participating in alcohol abuse. Answering on the high end means alcoholism is much more probable.

Right now, the stage of alcohol use you’re in is very dangerous for you. You are navigating extremely perilous waters. The fact that you answered yes to quite a few questions on this quiz should have you feeling very concerned.

Even so, it can be quite difficult to get a clear answer based on a quiz score. You may want to consider taking a different approach.

Obviously, you need to get more information about alcoholism, and whether or not it applies to you. To do this, you should talk with a professional in this field. An alcohol addiction counselor will be able to talk with you in more detail about your situation. It may be that there were questions that needed to be asked that weren’t listed here.

If you are found to be an alcoholic, alcoholism treatment is necessary for your recovery. If you are found to be participating in alcohol abuse, you may still need to go to treatment. However, alcohol rehab isn’t necessary at this time.

You may want to consider working with a therapist about your drinking problem. If you regularly participate in heavy drinking, this is an issue that needs to be discussed. It could be that you are trying to escape from feelings that make you sad or upset. There are many reasons why people choose to abuse alcohol.

Also, you may want to consider going to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. There are many located in the area where you live.

If you answered yes to between 8 and 20 questions, you are probably an alcoholic. This could be news that comes as quite a surprise to you. Many people are shocked to find out that they are suffering from alcoholism. They often spend most of their adult lives feeling very much in control of their drinking behaviors.

Hopefully, the fact that you received that result on this quiz is quite eye opening for you. You should know that you’re not alone. Many other people suffer from alcoholism in the United States. Also, many of them are women. Now that you know you’re an alcoholic, it’s up to you to take the next step.

Most alcoholics find that they need a supported approach when it comes to alcohol treatment. Going to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting would not be the right option for you at this time. You need a higher level of care if you’re going to recover successfully.

As a woman, you have unique needs that are specific to you. This is why gender-specific treatment is often recommended for women with alcoholism. This is something that you may want to consider.

More than anything, you need to set your sights on recovering from alcoholism. It’s not going to be easy. The road ahead will be a difficult one, full of challenges. However, with the right professional support, you can learn to navigate it very well.

Women’s Alcoholism Treatment at Denver Women’s Recovery

The risk for alcoholism is increasing for women with every passing year.

If you’re a woman who is an alcoholic, it’s so important for you to find out. You may be in a situation right now where you enjoy drinking. You never thought of yourself has having a problem with alcoholism.

So many women are in the same situation you are in.

Denial is typical among addicts and alcoholics alike. It is something that will plague you until you’re ready to do something about it.

At Denver Women’s Recovery, we understand what you’re going through. We know that realizing you’re an alcoholic is difficult. We also know that your first response might be to just stop drinking. We want to encourage you to not try to quit drinking on your own.

Most people don’t realize what a dangerous substance alcohol is. It may be readily available on store shelves, but that doesn’t mean that it is safe. Alcohol can lead to dangerous withdrawal symptoms. If you’ve been participating in heavy drinking, this is something you need to be aware of.

Alcohol treatment is necessary for alcoholics to recover. For some, this means going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. For most women, professional treatment is required.

You may be interested in our sober housing services, or our outpatient treatment program. Either way, we want you to know we’re here to help you.

Are you an alcoholic in need of treatment to recover? Please contact us today to learn more.