Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be very intense and make you feel as if there is no tomorrow. You may even start to feel like you would rather die than go through this agony one more time, but then you get over these thoughts and go take another drink of alcohol to get you through that day and then the next, and next, and so on. For some people, it just seems easier to continue drinking than to endure the painful withdrawal symptoms. This is the reason many alcoholics are not in recovery.
If you have been drinking alcohol for a number of years and feel that you are not in control of your drinking anymore, and when you stop drinking you start to experience problems, you need to pay close attention to the alcohol withdrawal symptoms listed below:
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These are the mild to moderate alcohol withdrawal symptoms:
- Nervousness and or jumpiness
- Emotional changes
- Difficulty thinking
- No appetite
- Difficulty sleeping
- Heart palpitations
- Paleness of skin
- Clammy skin
- Enlarged pupils
With the severe withdrawal symptoms from alcohol, the conditions grow even worse; you will then experience these symptoms:
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After reviewing the alcohol withdrawal symptoms listed above, if you feel that these best describe how you feel while drinking or after you have been drinking and start to come down off the alcohol, then you need to start looking for help and support that can lead you away from alcohol. The appropriate professional help at an alcohol addiction treatment center can assist you through these alcohol withdrawal symptoms and get you ready to enjoy a new, more fulfilled lifestyle.
Call one of our representatives today to learn more about alcohol withdrawal symptoms and to get help locating a treatment center that is right for you.