How Long Do Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Last?

Acute alcohol withdrawal syndrome is a set of special feelings which people with alcohol addiction feel at the time of quitting. The alcohol withdrawal symptoms can last for weeks, months or years after you stop drinking. These symptoms depend on amount of alcohol intake per day; people who drink occasionally, rarely have withdrawal symptoms.  I want to discuss acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms for maximum health care for you.

What are the symptoms of acute alcohol withdrawal syndrome?

Symptoms of acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms are rapid and severe, they may include:

* Anxiety
* Shakiness
* Sweats
* Irritability
* Fatigue
* Headaches
* Depression
* Insomnia
* Nightmares
* Decreased appetite

Other severe withdrawal symptoms which occur in the people who drink a lot may include fever, convulsions and delirium. They can be severe, if they are not treated properly.
Are people going through withdrawal need help?
Yeah, these people need help from doctors, family and friends. Your doctor helps you to decrease the severity and periods of your acute alcohol withdrawal syndromes. They give you right treatment and restrict them to be worsened. You should also consult a doctor if you have any heart, mental or lung disease.

Your friends and family may help you to reduce the anxiety and depression. You should also spend time with them and can avoid alcohol craving.

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