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Opiate Addiction Self-Test: Am I Doing Too Much Opiate?

In a couple minutes you’ll take this self-test and find out if your opiate use is getting out of hand. Life can get stressful at times and with drugs like opiates they can become a problem without realizing it. Opiate addiction is tough because most people start getting addicted because they were given this drug from their doctor and become dependent on it without noticing.

See the results of this quiz to find out if your demonstrating addictive behaviors with the amount of opiates you’re taking. It’s a common drug to see people become addicted to and it’s nothing to be ashamed of.

No matter what the outcome of the quiz is, if you’d like to learn more about the first few steps to take to overcome this addiction please give us a call. Every conversation is private and free of charge. Our addiction specialists are here to provide information to help everyone fight their addictions.

Self-Assessment Quiz

Opiate use

This 5-minute questionnaire is designed to evaluate whether you may have an unhealthy dependence on opiates. This class of drug encompasses both illicit heroin as well as morphine and prescription opioid painkillers such as OxyContin, Vicodin, Opana, Dilauded, fentanyl, and others.

This brief questionnaire will evaluate whether you may have developed an unhealthy opiate dependency. Opiates are a class of drug that can include illicit heroin as well as morphine and prescription opioid painkillers such as Vicodin, Opana, OxyContin, Roxicodone, Dilaudid, Zohydro, fentanyl, and others. These questions are based on criteria of the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” for opioid use disorder, which includes abuse of these opiate drugs.
Tests are fully confidential - no personal information will be shared when taking these quizzes here.