What does alcohol withdrawal feel like for you?

I'd like to hear from you guys about your experience with alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Mentally, physically, emotionally - all of that is fair game to share. How long did your withdrawal symptoms last? Did you ever experience the symptoms reappearing after they had already left? Can you give us a timeline of your experience? Any advice for someone going through something similar?


  • To me it was an extreme feeling of anxiety and depression. I was really tired and would have bad mood swings and nightmares. I would also get clammy skin and would have a hard time sleeping. So, it was definitely a mixture of mental and physical pain.

  • Alcohol withdrawal wasn't too bad for me I quit drinking 20 years ago and I drank everyday for 10 years straight.... The hardest addiction for me was giving up my opiates... I suffer 40 Years of addiction I'm 2 years off my last addiction opiates.... I do live YouTube feeds on #Realtalkaddictions UTube....Look...like...share... subscribe.... And I will help you get clean sober I'll help you live in a nice quiet normal life... I've been in prisons rehabs everything I did every kind of drug in the world I drank I'm fully clean 2 years now and I got God on my side.
  • We can improve our digestion after alcohol withdrawal.

    Drinking too much can also cause fatty liver disease, inflammation of the liver and, over time, cirrhosis and liver failure. But we need to talk to our doctor if we want to take any medications or alcohol treatment. Some medicines interact with alcohol and few can increase the risk of liver damage through drinking.

  • The addiction to alcohol or drugs is indeed a thing of concern today. There are many addicts across the world who have fallen into this trap and do not know how to get out of the same. They need help from treatment centers like AddictionResource wherein they can get themselves treated for their addiction problems. They just need to dial the addiction hotline number and their help is guaranteed.

  • А соехіstіng соndіtіоn саn арреаr іn mаnу dіffеrеnt соmbіnаtіоns, suсh аs аn еаtіng dіsоrdеr аlоngsіdе а substаnсе аbusе рrоblеm. Аn іndіvіduаl suffеrіng frоm dерrеssіоn соuld аlsо bе strugglіng wіth alcoholism. Со-оссurrіng dіsоrdеrs аrе соmрlех аnd thеіr dіаgnоsіs аnd trеаtmеnt mау оftеn bе сhаllеngіng.

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  • Hi, I am new here. After years of alcohol use, moderate to heavy, I am quitting. I am eight days into detox. I did it at home with my wife with me and phone supervision from my brother in law who is a retired RN. I would describe my experience so far, as having moderate symptoms. My blood pressure was higher but didn’t spike like some people relate. I work out on treadmill every day, and except for a couple of days, I have kept on it (lighter workouts). Probably the worst of it was sleeping. My skin itched like crazy, particularly intense starting the second and third days, making sleeping difficult. I would sleep three or four hours at a time, before waking and going to the bathroom. My muscles ached, my upper and lower back. On the fifth night, I finally slept well, woke up feeling like a window had been opened. I am still experiencing symptoms, but I am eating better and keeping a schedule for when I eat. It has not been easy, but this is my first step and the best thing I have ever done for myself.

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