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  • Answer Key — Is it an alcohol use disorder?
    Updated On: Jan 31, 2017


    Drinking much more than in the past to get the same effect
    Gave up or cut back on activities that were important or enjoyable in order to drink
    Withdrawal symptoms (nausea, sweating)

    Low-Risk or High-Risk?
    High-Risk: The low-risk drinking limit for women is three drinks in a single day. Anything beyond that limit is high-risk. Mary had four drinks in one evening. She also averaged two drinks a day, which would put her at 14 drinks per week, way beyond the seven-drink-per-week limit for women.


    Drinking more — or longer — than intended
    Continued to drink even though it was causing problems with family or friends
    Involved in multiple dangerous situations while or after drinking (driving)

    Low-Risk or High-Risk?
    High-Risk: John drank six beers in one evening. The low-risk limit for men is four drinks in a single day. 

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