Taken increasing amounts of their prescription medication (i.e., developed a physical tolerance to a drug)?
Been unable to stop taking a prescription medication, even when they tried to?
Kept a store of “extra” medications in a purse or bag?
Frequently switched doctors, psychiatrists or pharmacies?
Displayed uncharacteristic mood swings, including increased aggression, irritability or hyperactivity?
Struggled with a mental health condition like anxiety or depression?
Displayed physical signs of drug use (e.g., splotchy skin, excessive sweating, unusually large or small pupils, red or glassy eyes, runny nose, lethargy, slurred speech, etc.)
Appeared disheveled, showing a lack of grooming or personal hygiene?
Frequently overslept, been extremely drowsy or struggled with insomnia?
Lost interest in activities they normally enjoy?
Struggled (or failed) to fulfill major role obligations at work, school or home?
Withdrawn socially from family, friends or other loved ones?
Time is Up!