Alcohol withdrawal refers to a group of symptoms that may occur from sudden stopping the consumption of alcohol after chronic or rolonged ingestion.
Not everyone who stops drinking experiences withdrawal symptoms, but most people who have been drinking for a long period of time, or drinking frequently or drink heavily when they do drink will experience some form of withdrawal symptoms if they stop drinking suddenly.
Mild to moderate psychological symptoms:
Mild to moderate physical symptoms:
A state of confusion and hallucinations (visual) known as delirium tremens. Agitation (action):- putting into motion by shaking or stirring Fever Convulsions. Black outs :- When the person forgets what happened during the drinking episode.
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