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What are withdrawal symptoms?

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Asked: 2018-01-16 15:24:26
What will happen to me during withdrawals?


Answered: 2018-02-12 19:23:41

Withdrawal symptoms is different for everything for most drugs and alcohol. Most people go into withdrawal within 2 hours to 2 days and can get nasty symptoms like shaking or passing out, hallucinations and even a stroke or heart attack.


Answered: 2018-01-30 12:00:24

Withdrawal symptoms of alcohol can be anything like a headache, puking, anxiety, or seizures. I get nausea and headache after a heavy night of drinking, drinking a lot of water always helps my withdrawals.


Answered: 2018-02-01 23:09:49

I looked on findrehabcenters.org and found that with-drawal symptoms of alcohol usually suffer in the first week or two, after that the symptoms are more psychological. My sister has been sober for 3 years now and still craves alcohol. Her symptoms included tremors and even a seizure. She had to be hospitalized for almost a month, our whole family showed up, even Aunt Jen who lives across the country. We were all worried about her, and held an intervention then she chose to enter a rehab we found on that site. It was exactly what she needed to become who she is today.


Answered: 2018-01-18 03:21:28

for most stuff you will literally feel like shit! Just mostly cramping sweating feeling sick af. Those are pretty universal. You wont feel like sleeping or going out only get more of what you can’t have unfortunately. There are things you can take to feel better though like gatorade and suboxone.


Answered: 2018-01-18 08:40:22

The first question really should include what you are coming down from. This really affects what I can tell you bro.


Answered: 2018-02-12 06:45:54

The withdrawal definition according to the Cambridge Dictionary it is the unpleasant physical and mental effects that result when you stop doing or taking something, especially a drug, that has become a habit. Not only will you crave that ac-tion of taking the drugs, but now you have a headache, nausea, diarrhea, and the sweats. When Dad stopped using coke, he became very angry and depressed. Nobody in the family wanted to be around him.


Answered: 2018-01-22 17:33:10

This video on is pretty cool. I found it when I was looking up the withdrawal symptoms from heroin. My sisters best friend was arrested for it so I was curious about the withdrawal symptoms she would have in jail. It sounds like she will be in a world of pain for quite some time.

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