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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Symptoms
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: Virtually all mood-altering drugs produce a wide range of mood swings from euphoria to depression.
A normally energetic and outgoing person can become depressed or uncommunicative.
Always has to have their own way and will do anything to have it.
Unwillingness or inability to discuss important issues or concerns.
Withdrawal from Family Activities:
Refusing to eat at family meals, participating in celebrations or holidays.
Lack of Self-Discipline:
Inability to follow rules, complete household chores, school assignments, work-related duties.
School and work problems:
Excessive tardiness, absences, drop in grades, drop in job performance, missing deadlines.
Chronic jittery, jerky or uneven movements, fearfulness, compulsiveness,
Change in appearance:
Sudden gain or loss of weight.
Poor physical condition:
Lack of coordination, stumbling, shaky hands, dizzy, run down.
Changes in habits such as loss of appetite or increase in appetite.
Bloodshot or watery.
Chronically inflamed or runny nostrils.
Significant changes such as slurred speech, faster or slower speech.