Withdrawal Symptoms

Some articles on withdrawal, withdrawal symptoms, symptoms:

Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Syndrome - Management - Medications and Interactions
... Alcohol, even mild to moderate use, has been found to be a significant predictor of withdrawal failure, probably because of its cross tolerance with ... unresponsive to benzodiazepine withdrawal-related psychosis ... Antipsychotics should be avoided during benzodiazepine withdrawal as they tend to aggravate withdrawal symptoms, including convulsions ...
Lefetamine
... In a small study in 1989 it showed some effect against opioid withdrawal symptoms without causing withdrawal symptoms itself ... partial similarity to opioids, that it produced withdrawal symptoms and had dependence and abuse potential to a certain degree ...
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome - Pathophysiology - Kindling
... See also Kindling (substance withdrawal) Kindling is the phenomenon where repeated alcohol detoxifications lead to an increased severity of the ... drinkers may initially experience no withdrawal symptoms but with each period of resumption of drinking followed by abstinence their withdrawal symptoms intensify in severity and may ... are more likely to have more medically complicated alcohol withdrawal symptoms ...
Cocaine Dependence - Treatment - Withdrawal Symptoms
... what has come to be known as a "crash" along with a number of other cocaine withdrawal symptoms, including paranoia, depression, exhaustion, anxiety, itching, mood ... Some cocaine users also report having similar symptoms to schizophrenia patients and feel that their mind is lost ... These symptoms can last for weeks or, in some cases, months ...
Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Syndrome
... Benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome—often abbreviated to benzo withdrawal—is the cluster of symptoms that emerge when a person who has taken benzodiazepines has developed a physical dependence and ... hallucinations, seizures, psychosis, and suicide (see "Signs and Symptoms" section below for full list) ... Further, these symptoms are notable for the manner in which they wax and wane and vary in severity from day to day or week by week instead of steadily ...

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