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Substance Use Diary Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with a Substance Use Diary Worksheet. It will help you maintain a dairy related to the consumption and usage of substance.
What is a Substance Use Diary Worksheet?
The substance use refers to the utilization of drugs, inhalants, solvents, alcohol and cigarettes. The moment this use starts affecting your physical, mental health and functions it becomes drug abuse. Constant drug consumption and usage can cause addiction. Addiction makes you dependent on the drugs, your emotions, feelings and mind are controlled by the drugs.
How will Substance Use Diary Worksheet Help?
This worksheet will help you to track down and log your thoughts related to the substance use. It will help you to create a record regarding the consumption of the substance and track down the thoughts, triggers and the circumstances that make you indulge in the substance use.
Instructions on how to use the Substance Use Diary Worksheet
This worksheet will give you a comprehensive history and an introduction regarding the person who indulges in substance use.
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On this page we provided you with a Substance Use Diary Worksheet, which hopefully helped you maintain a dairy related to the consumption and usage of substance.
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