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Detecting a Drug Problem

Identifying that a friend or family member has a drug problem in its earliest stages will be the best line of defense to compel a drug user to seek help. All too often addict’s are enable by loved ones who unwittingly help them to continue their abuse of drugs and/or alcohol. Therefore it is essential to educate yourself on all the aspects of enabling behaviors, tough love, and intervention. Below is a list of questions depicting some of the major signs that can help identify whether an individual is chemically dependent.

  1. Has the individual’s behavior changed significantly?
  2. Do they exhibit unusually high anxiety, depression, and/or extreme irritability for no reason?
  3. Does the person display extreme uncharacteristic mood swings?
  4. Have they lost interest in normal activities or hobbies?
  5. Have they changed their friends, for an antisocial group?
  6. Has their performance at work or school declined?
  7. Have you heard stories of drug taking behavior by others?
  8. Do they borrow money often?
  9. Have they been accused of or been caught stealing?
  10. Do they show a loss of apatite or significant decrease in weight?
  11. Are they showing signs of paranoia?
  12. Do they show physical signs such as slurred speech, listlessness, or hyperactivity?
  13. Does the individual isolate themselves from friends and family?
  14. Does the person have legal trouble as a result of substance abuse?

If you've answered yes to one or more these questions there is a strong chance the inividual my be abusing drugs and/or alcohol.

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