Withdrawal Symptoms 

Many people have different withdrawal symptoms. The fear of withdrawal is sometimes the single most difficult thing that keeps someone from seeking help. The syndrome can have painful physical symptoms. Psychological symptoms can accompany the physical symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms can create a disturbing experience.

Some people experience agitation, discomfort, and fear when they begin to withdrawal from alcohol or drugs. It is often dangerous to quit using alcohol or drugs without the experience of trained professionals that have expertise in helping people with the withdrawal process.

In today’s world, we have advanced procedures that minimize the discomfort associated with the elimination of alcohol or drugs from one’s system. Our Best Detox Now™ program will help alleviate the dangerous symptoms and discomforts of withdrawal. 

 

What are the symptoms of withdrawal? 

Anxiety

Pain in muscles 

Fatigue

Excessive hunger

Sweating

Lethargy

Vomiting

Loss of appetite

Depression

Night sweats

Seizures

Restlessness

Hallucinations

shakiness

Gagging

Weakness

Nausea

Flatulence

Stomach cramps

Agitation

Crying

Feeling cold

Craving

Clammy skin

Self-harm

Excitability

Delirium

Irritability

Paranoia

Severe anxiety

Nightmares

Insomnia

Sleep difficulty

Sleepiness

Disorientation

Mental confusion

Racing thoughts

Slowness in activity

Feeling detached from self

Loss of interest

Nervousness

Boredom

Runny Nose

Congestion

Dilated pupil

Water eyes

Sensitivity to Pain

Slurred speech

Teeth chattering

Tingling feet

Trembling

Tremor

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