Alcohol Withdrawal occurs most often in Adults, but can occur in teenagers who drink too often. The more you consume every day, the more likely you are to develop alcohol withdrawal symptoms.

Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms tend to occur within 5-12 hours after your last drink but sometimes can occur days after. Symptoms will get worse when you reach 48-72 hours after the last drink.

Common Alcohol Withdrawal symptoms:
• Agitation
• Severe Confusion
• Hallucinations
• Seizures
• Fever
• Irritability
• Anxiety & Nervousness

The immediate goal of Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment is to calm the patient down, as nearly 95% of people have moderate moderate withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms include trembling, trouble sleeping, agitation, and lack of appetite.

   

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