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Coping With Alcohol Withdrawal

Alcohol Withdrawal and the side effects that go with it can vary from person to person. For the most part, after an individual’s last beverage, the time it takes for side effects to begin is the following: 5–10 Hours Into...
Alcohol withdrawal, in many cases, requires medical treatment and treatment center admissions due to the life threatening risks from the severe side-effects of going cold turkey. Medication is often used along side counseling support to aid the mental side...
You've been drinking long enough and the thrill has turned into a habit, and that habit has turned into a dependency. It has affected your day-to-day life and you've decided to kick the bottle, but there's an expected hump...
Coping with alcohol withdrawal can be challenging, but understanding what to expect during the experience can help mentally calm oneself. Alcohol withdrawal can be outlined  into three stages: Stage 1: Stress/anxiety, restlessness, nausea, and abdominal pain can be included in...
RIP Amy Winehouse – A brilliant and troubled musical protege and when she died her family blamed Alcohol Withdrawal. The tabloids quoted her family as saying the lethal seizure that killed her was the result of a hasty and ill-conceived...
It is believed that Homeopathy, if administered by a qualified professional, can ease a significant number of the side effects related to alcohol withdrawal detoxification. The view of modern medicine is why consider homeopathy when you can just take Valium...
Alcohol Detox at Home When you are dependent on alcohol there comes a time when enough is enough. You are burnt out, passing out, hungover and have no idea what happened the night before. You are sick and tired of...
Getting sober isn’t easy and can get incredibly harsh, you need many days to wean off and the withdrawal symptoms can be terrible. There is no doubt that people with drug and alcohol addictions feel much better when they quit. There...
Helping an Alcoholic Friend If you want to help a friend to stop drinking, you have to decide if they genuinely want to stop and will acknowledge your help. Educating yourself is the first step to helping a friend. When...
There are a number of cautionary signs of alcohol abuse. Some are obvious and others harder to notice. Many people hide their symptoms by drinking in private. This makes it hard for family or loved ones to help. Mild alcohol...
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