Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium & Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
There are many complications associated with acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms; DT alcohol withdrawal being second to the worst which is alcohol withdrawal death! However, there are many other debilitating issues such as alcohol withdrawal seizure, alcohol withdrawal anxiety, headaches and itching!
There are so many negative physical symptoms of alcohol withdrawal that we can help you with! Physical withdrawal from alcohol is one of the hardest things you will do, but only if you try and do it on your own! The alcohol withdrawal and anxiety along with medical intervention are the worst!
We know about these symptoms from our doctors and from patients sharing their alcohol withdrawal stories with us.
Below is a list of the most common alcohol withdrawal signs and symptoms that require medical intervention:
- Alcohol Withdrawal Headaches. Our doctors know that headaches from alcohol withdrawal are usually caused by stress or a sharp rise in blood pressure.
- Alcohol Withdrawal Fever
- Alcohol Withdrawal Sweating
- Alcohol Withdrawal Night Sweats. However, night sweats alcohol withdrawal related are not the same as a fever.
- Alcohol Withdrawal Itching
- Alcohol Withdrawal Depression
- Alcohol Withdrawal Hallucinations
- Alcohol Withdrawal Diarrhea
- Alcohol Withdrawal Insomnia
- Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium
- Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium Tremens
These are the most important reasons to have a Deer Hollow Recovery physician assist you through alcohol withdrawals. The risk of an emergency medical situation increases exponentially depending on how much you drink, your body weight, how long you have drunk alcohol, what shape your liver is in and how old you are.
Obviously someone in their 20’s who has 4-5 beers a night for a year is going to come through withdrawals much easier than someone in their 60’s who has drank hard alcohol every night for decades. Regardless, our doctors can and are happy to help you through it!
We have working relationships with local hospitals should the need arise to have you admitted for other health issues that could arise during withdrawals. Our medical staff is 100% competent to handle any emergency situation, but we always think of your safety first and want you to have the finest, most advanced care available.
We don’t promise a magic pill cure. We can’t promise you will be 100% symptom free. Any facility who does promise these things is not being upfront or honest about what you are in for during withdrawals. We don’t want to frighten you away; we are able to dissipate or make most of the symptoms disappear. The emotional symptoms may linger but our counselors will be right there with you every step of the way. So we will not promise you a smooth ride, or even a wonderful experience.
What we will promise you is that if you stick with us, and stick with the plan you will develop with our doctors and counselors, you will come through this fairly easy and your life will be better. We have seen miracles happen almost on a daily basis and we know you can be one of those miracles!