• 6 Quizzes to Assess Your Addiction

6 Quizzes to Assess Your Addiction

Are You Addicted?

Are you addicted to drugs or alcohol? Sometimes, it can be hard to make the distinction between alcohol and drug misuse and dependence. Overtime, things can change. What may have once been recreational of casual substance use, can quickly lead to substance use disorder.

Addiction happens from a variety of cognitive, physiological and behavioral factors. An addiction quiz can help you discover where you may fall on the substance use disorder spectrum. If you find that you’re struggling with substances, seeking out information is the first step to lifelong change.

Take An Addiction Quiz & Self-Assessment

Alcohol Addiction Quiz

Alcohol can have long-term physical, psychological and emotional effects. Find out if you’re an alcoholic.

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Cocaine Addiction Quiz

Cocaine has the potential to become problematic. Find out if you have a problem with cocaine.

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Heroin Addiction Quiz

 The first steps towards change is questioning the role of heroin in your life. Find out if you have a problem.

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Benzo Addiction Quiz

Benzodiazepines can cause life-threatening consequences. Find out if you have a problem with benzos.

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Opioid Addiction Quiz

Has your opioid use become a problem? Find out if you fall on the spectrum for opioid use disorder.


Meth Addiction Quiz

Meth addiction can cause severe consequences. Find out if you’re suffering from meth addiction.

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How Accurate Are Addiction Quizzes?

Questions from these quizzes were created based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). Used by clinicians and healthcare professionals as an authoritative guide, the DSM provides common language for professionals to diagnose mental disorders. As new mental health research is conducted, the DSM has been periodically reviewed and revised since it was first published in 1952, and is currently in its fifth edition.

What Can I Learn from An Addiction Quiz?

These addiction quizzes should not be used for formal self diagnosis, however they can serve as a guide to evaluate whether you may be on the substance use disorder spectrum. Questioning and assessing your relationship with substances can help lead to positive change. If you feel you are suffering from a medical emergency, you should dial 911 immediately.

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