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When you initially start to abuse drugs and alcohol, your body slowly adjusts to the change of pattern. However, when you abruptly begin to discontinue alcohol consumption during detox in San Diego, you are entitled to experience physically and mentally straining withdrawal symptoms.

Withdrawal symptom is a direct derivative of physical dependence on substances like alcohol, opioids, marijuana, etc. Most common withdrawal symptoms include a headache, nausea, hallucinations, and seizures. These are commonly seen when an abuser suddenly stops from consuming these potent substances.

Withdrawal symptoms are mainly of two types—Emotional and physical withdrawal symptoms. Different drugs deliver different withdrawal symptoms. Some drugs are aligned to create emotional dependence upon discontinuation (drugs like ecstasy, marijuana, etc.) while others are creating physical withdrawal symptoms.

Withdrawal symptoms vary from person to person. Many individuals approach alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs half-heartedly over the fear of withdrawal symptoms. This is because most withdrawal symptoms can be life-threatening. However, there is a way to navigate around the harmful side-effects of withdrawal symptoms by taking calculated steps of rehab or by enrolling for detox in San Diego.

Symptoms to expect during a detox:

Most withdrawal symptoms occur between 24 to 48 hours post consumption. During this period, an individual experiences symptoms such as nausea, change in blood pressure, headache, tremors, etc. Let look at the type of symptoms commonly experienced by alcohol and drug abuser during a detox procedure.

  1. Acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms:
    Heavy alcohol and drug abusers usually experience this kind of symptom. The symptoms will surface within the first couple of weeks after quitting alcohol and drugs. This kind of symptom is often detrimental and can lead to various health complications. Delirium tremens (DT) is a kind of acute withdrawal symptoms that is very uncommon. Less than 5% of the abusers have reported being diagnosed with DT. The symptoms for this usually surface around 48 to 72 hours post alcohol termination. It is generally characterized by causing an individual to experience massive tremor, fever, tachycardia, and profound hallucination.

An individual identified with an acute withdrawal symptom is recommended to seek immediate medical attention because of the life-threatening complication involved with this symptom.

  1. Post-Acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS):
    As the name suggests, a post-acute withdrawal symptom is seen after an episode of acute withdrawal symptom. This is nothing but the side effects experienced during the traumatic acute alcohol withdrawal symptom. Post-acute withdrawal symptom is characterized by fewer withdrawal symptoms such as mood swings, anxiety, irritability, low enthusiasm, insomnia, etc. Apart from these, individuals often experience several other symptoms that are less life-threatening. Post-acute withdrawal symptoms usually last for a time span of 2 years.

The fear of alcohol and drug withdrawal symptom can push most individuals to a state of relapse. At Dana Point Rehab Campus, we offer personalized care to individuals who are suffering from post-acute withdrawal symptoms. Our varied recovery program is designed to provide relief and abstinence from alcohol and drug abuse. To know more, you can check our website at or call us at 1-877-349-2391.

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