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Withdrawal from Alcohol Addiction
Independent attempts at stopping alcohol consumption all of a sudden may lead to severe withdrawal symptoms which can be extremely dangerous and difficult to overcome. Recovery from alcohol addiction should be done with the supervision and aid of a medical professional.
Withdrawal symptoms that an addict may face at the time of recovery include:
- Excessive sweating
- Uncontrolled shaking of hands
Detoxification for alcohol is in fact much more difficult to do as compared to drugs. Sudden termination of alcohol consumption may even lead to a condition called delirium tremens. If not addressed in a proper manner, severe alcohol addiction withdrawal symptoms may even lead toward the death of an addict.
What is Alcohol Addiction
Alcohol addiction is one of the very serious epidemics plaguing nations worldwide. It refers to habitual drinking habits or over-consumption of alcohol which results in decreased performance of an individual and their health. The disease affects the nervous system and prevents any medication or antibiotic from positively affecting those that take it.
People who get addicted to alcohol tend to misbehave and act violently and lose sense of direction in their life. It also impairs their physical and mental balance.
Alcohol Detox and Treatment Process
When you begin the process of alcohol detox, you will most likely experience alcohol withdrawal symptoms. These physical alcohol withdrawal symptoms are different for everyone, but can include, sweats, nausea, vomiting, tremors, anxiety and the possibility of convulsions and seizures. With the medications that are available today, an effective alcohol detox and alcohol treatment program can minimize and in some cases, almost eliminate the symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal.
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- 12-Step Small Group Therapy
- Safe Medically Supervised Detox and Rehab
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