Major Symptoms of Alcohol Withdrawal

Addiction towards anything will give happy and complete gratification whenever you are consuming it. Once you stopped or get out of the addiction then that changed life will give more gratification and satisfaction than the previous addicted life. But to attain such de-addicted precious life the particular individual should undergo several procedures out of which the major thing is tolerating and managing the withdrawal symptoms. Yes! The symptoms obtained during the de-addiction phase are worse and severe than the symptoms obtained during the addiction phase.

Some of the major symptoms which an addicted individual of any habit like alcohol, cigar smoking, drug abuse, etc usually face in their de-addiction period is as follows:

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  1. Tremors
  2. Unusual sweating
  3. Palpitation
  4. Insomnia
  5. Diarrhea
  6. Mental and physical agitation
  7. Delusion
  8. Hallucination
  9. Delirium
  10. Loss of appetite
  11. Anxiety and panic attacks
  12. Confusion
  13. Headache
  14. Depression
  15. Euphoria
  16. General phobia
  17. Gatrointestinal system upset
  18. Irritability
  19. Restlessness
  20. Seizures
  21. Generalized Myalgia
  22. Psychosis, etc

These symptoms arise single or in multiple with various degrees of severity with each and every individual who reduces or stops the addiction habit. Mostly the distribution of these symptoms present in equal manner with all types of addiction. In case of the alcohol addiction the post alcohol withdrawal syndrome will be more severe where the individuals will be more aggressive in nature.

These symptoms gradually decrease with its intensity depending on the percentage exposure of the individual to the particular addiction habit. For example in case of heroin addiction, the heroin withdrawal timeline will be generally calculated depending on the duration of the heroine exposure, amount of heroine exposed, etc. Fortunately there is Addiction Hotline help which can help you out.

Most of the drugs affects the nervous system of the individual with its sedative effects, thus causes the nervous system to calm down in its function with aroused narcotic physiology of the nervous system. This leads to a high gratified sensational feeling by the individual which gives them extreme pleasure and mesmerizing sensation.

As the habit continues it leads to the drug dependence which in turn leads to the final stage of drug addiction in which the individual cannot be separated from the particular drug even to the stage where the particular individual go for death. Hence getting rid of the addiction habit is very tough but once attained then the life will be very smooth and pleasant without any adverse health effects for both the individual and their surroundings.