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The Importance of Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment

Alcohol abuse and addiction continues to be a very real problem facing our society today. Many people fall into alcohol addiction without even realizing it. When seeking to quit, many alcoholics discover the very dangerous effects of alcohol withdrawal. Many of these can be fatal. It is therefore essential that you understand the importance of treatment of alcohol withdrawal.

Consequences of Alcohol Addiction

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol has serious consequences. It has an effect on the:

  • brain
  • body systems
  • financings
  • family life
  • job
  • all other facets of your life

Fortunately, alcohol addiction is highly treatable. An alcohol detox center can help alleviate these symptoms. Call us at 800-405-2627 (Who Answers?) for help in finding a detox center near you.

Symptoms of Alcohol Withdrawal

The symptoms of simple alcohol withdrawal can be dangerous in themselves. At the very least they require a monitored detox to make sure that they do not worsen. Some of these symptoms are:

  • tremors
  • restlessness
  • insomnia
  • shakiness
  • fatigue
  • irritability
  • aggression
  • depression
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • sweating
Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment

Nausea and sweating are common alcohol withdrawal symptoms.

These symptoms are all treatable with medications and rebalancing the body. It is much easier to go through withdrawal in a treatment facility than it is to do it alone.

One of the issues with alcohol withdrawal is that every time you go through it, there is the very real possibility of it turning into a dangerous condition called Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome.

Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome

Probably the best reason for treatment for alcohol withdrawal treatment is the possibility of alcohol withdrawal syndrome. This is a deadly condition that becomes more likely the more that you drink. The symptoms of alcohol withdrawal syndrome include all of the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal and the symptoms of Delirium Tremens. Once it reaches the Delirium Tremens stage the withdrawal becomes extremely dangerous. According to the National Institute on Health, symptoms of Delirium Tremens are:

  • severe tremors of the entire body
  • agitation and irritability
  • decreased ability to pay attention to things
  • memory loss
  • confusion
  • decreased mental capacity
  • stupor
  • convulsions or seizures
  • extremely high blood pressure
  • increased possibility of a stroke
  • hallucinations
  • fear
  • sensitivity to stimuli

Many of these symptoms can lead to irreversible conditions often resulting in coma or death. If you have had alcohol withdrawal syndrome in the past you are more likely to have it again particularly when detoxing. Close medical monitoring and medication is necessary to prevent this from happening.

Seeking Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction is a complex and dangerous disease. The best way to overcome this chronic disease is to receive treatment for alcohol withdrawal and the first step in any addiction treatment program is detox. If you or a loved one is in need of alcohol detox, call us today at 800-405-2627 (Who Answers?). Our knowledgeable staff is standing by to assist you in finding the detox center that meets all of your requirements. Let us help you begin the path to recovery.

Medications Used in Alcohol Detox Treatment

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