Alcohol Withdrawal: What to Do


 

Alcohol Withdrawal: What To Do – It can be annoying to have side effects when you quit drinking. For general knowledge on alcohol withdrawal, what it is, does and how it happens http://alcoh…

 

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9 Responses to “Alcohol Withdrawal: What to Do”

  • germaniski90:

    Can alcohol withdrawal cause depression and anxiety?

  • Ed11Morgan:

    Those are two of the most common alcohol withdrawal symptoms

  • cristian Rm:

    what is commonly prescribed for alcohol withdrawal symptoms?

  • Vaylor9:

    Does anyone else ever get the hot and cold chills and sweats with a
    hangover?

  • xLethalSnipez:

    Should I seek medical help for my alcohol withdrawal symptoms?

  • Ed11Morgan:

    Normally doctors will prescribe anti-anxiety medications

  • Corey . Eymann:

    you kidding me? those sound like withdrawls from pot. Try: heart
    palpatations, panic attacks, extreme shaking/cold sweats, skyrocketing
    blood pressure, delirium tremens (tripping balls), seizures, stroke, heart
    attack,death. Also there is a kindling effect, the next “detox” will be
    worse than the last. I knew someone who went blind after he had a withdrawl
    seizure. seek medical help to detox.

  • Yaseen Salah:

    I love alcohol.

  • Dave Davidson:

    alcohol withdrawal is a horrible experience,a very humbling one at that,it
    takes days and days to fully recover from a bad withdrawal…