The withdrawal of alcohol mainly occurs when an individual stops drinking alcohol after a long period of time and with a very heavy intake capacity. Long-term alcohol users thus set a different mind-set where their brain starts to adjust with the alcohol-intaked environment as the sedating effect is harshly strong. The Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Mumbai and the Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in India mainly states that an alcoholic brain mainly has the capacity to produce serotonin and norepinephrine in relatively higher quantity that a non-alcoholic brain where if the individual suddenly stops the consumption of drinking, the brain starts to become overstimulated at a point where the natural occurrences of chemicals will eventually stop.

 

The Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Mumbai states that the sudden stop of alcohol after a period of time with a heavy intake can indeed trigger the body to respond in a variety of ways where withdrawal symptoms remain at peak and can have the symptoms of sudden seizures, anxiety, nausea, shaking, alcohol hallucinations, delirium tremens and insomnia. It is a fact that the withdrawal of alcohol occurs in various stages where with every stage there has to be a ton of risks included which are indeed very life-threatening. These risks mainly increase on the basis of the tenure of the individual, as in how long they have been drinking and also on their biological disposition to, to point out whether they have any co-occurring disorders or not. Now, there are many stages of withdrawal as well. They are as follows:

 

  • Stage 1: In this stage the beginning should be done about 8 hours after the individual had their last drink, which should be very mild and should oftenly have the symptoms of vomiting, nausea, insomnia, and discomfort in the abdominal area, fatigueness, depression and anxiety as well.
  • Stage 2: It begins mainly after 24 to 72 hours after the individual has had their last drink, which should have been moderate where the symptoms can be of high blood pressure, irregular heart rate, increase in irritability and mood swings, with excessive sweating and mental cloudiness.
  • Stage 3: In this stage the peak is mainly around 5 days noted after the individual’s last drink and is known to be the most severe stage which also includes the symptoms of fever, high agitation and confusion in the mind, hallucinations, seizures and more.

 

Not everyone shares the same experiences and symptoms but these symptoms always come in a combination where nearly every individual visits the 2nd and 3rd stage which is highly dangerous and uncomfortable for the body. Thus, immediate medical attention during this phase is highly recommended.

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