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Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment Regimes by rajesh moganti Posted Mon 03 Jan 2011 1:57am On entry into a hospital because of alcohol withdrawal, a physical exam of the patient is done to check for some injury or medical condition. Treatment, in case needed is given for any potentially grave issues like hypertension, anemia, erratic cardiac beats or liver harm. The instant objective of alcohol withdrawal treatment is calming pat ... Read on »
Alcohol Addiction and Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms by wilfred Posted Thu 20 Aug 2009 4:57am Many individuals who are hooked to alcohol addiction and decided to stop drinking alcohol by cold turkey or go through a process in which a full stop of consumption of alcohol was done after a long term abuse of the substance. In this process, there is a huge chance that the person suffers from what is called alcohol withdrawal symptoms. These si ... Read on »
Treating alcohol withdrawal with benzodiazepines – Safe if mindful by Adi Jaffe Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 12:32pm Alcohol withdrawal can be extremely unpleasant (see here for an overview). Symptoms vary from person to person, but most people will experience some negative symptoms of alcohol withdrawal if they try to stop drinking after long term use. Mild to moderate symptoms include headache, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, rapid heart r ... Read on »
Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms – What Quitters Experience by rajesh moganti Posted Thu 30 Dec 2010 6:26am A key concern that alcoholic people have is how to manage alcohol withdrawal symptoms when they cease the habit. It is important to bear in mind that when one quits boozing and anticipates or is experiencing alcohol detox signs then promptly seeking medical help instead of doing any at-home treatment. Binge drinkers who attempt to halt booz ... Read on »
Breakthroughs On Your Way To Freedom From Alcohol Withdrawal and Detoxification After Withdrawal and Detoxification Breaking Thr by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm Alcohol recovery is a process that takes time, patience, fortitude and perseverance. Each set back will rip just a little more tenacity from your already shallow reservoir of resolve to beat the illness you are tasked with fighting. Little wonder then that small breakthroughs need to be savored and appreciated. Any disease that requires you to ... Read on »
Alcohol Withdrawal – Don’t Try This At Home by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm When a problem drinker begins to realize they may be depending on alcohol as more of a crutch than refreshment, they tend to begin questioning whether they actually need alcohol – can they take it or leave it? Most will deny they have a problem and continue drinking but exercise more control over it. This will go on until the next alcohol induc ... Read on »
Alcohol Withdrawal – Don’t Try This At Home by Dr. Michael P. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 10:20pm When a problem drinker begins to realize they may be depending on alcohol as more of a crutch than refreshment, they tend to begin questioning whether they actually need alcohol - can they take it or leave it? Most will deny they have a problem and continue drinking but exercise more control over it. This will go on until the next alcohol induc ... Read on »
The Question Of How Long Does Alcohol Withdrawal Last by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Sep 2011 3:53am Whether you are watching someone suffer or you are going through the symptoms yourself, you and that person might be wondering how long does alcohol withdrawal last? People wonder this as they watch and go through the hard parts of getting rid of the harsh toxins that are in their body. Especially since these toxins that have built up over ... Read on »
Amy Winehouse, relapse or cold turkey alcohol withdrawal? by Erin .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Aug 2011 11:29am Posted on August 4, 2011 The sad and mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Amy Winehouse have left me baffled. The unfortunate truth is that either account is believable. Her family says it was alcohol withdrawal. A drug dealer has come forward saying that he arranged for Amy to buy some drugs from another drug deale ... Read on »
Amy Winehouse, relapse or cold turkey alcohol withdrawal? by Erin .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Aug 2011 11:29am The sad and mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Amy Winehouse have left me baffled. The unfortunate truth is that either account is believable. Her family says it was alcohol withdrawal. A drug dealer has come forward saying that he arranged for Amy to buy some drugs from another drug dealer referred to as “Mr. Big”. He s ... Read on »