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Withdrawal symptoms episodes

Withdrawal symptoms episodes

Withdrawal symptoms episodes can be a stumbling block for timely recovery

Withdrawal symptoms episodes: Post-acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS)

In our effort of trying to facing the problems associated with alcohol and substance abuse, it is very common that along the way we’ll meet challenges from patient denial to relapse after several weeks or months of undisputed commitment to both the patient and our experts who are administering treatment to them. One of the ways we have found out to be working for us is by establishing professional ways of dealing with the withdrawal symptoms episodes or post-acute withdrawal symptoms PAWS also known as the dual diagnosis in addiction. Doctor Dalal Akoury who is the MD and founder of this facility (AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center) is not just any doctor but a veteran addiction experts with a passion for helping people get better from the state of hopelessness to a new life of total fulfillment and freedom from drug addiction and misuse of alcohol. In her several decades of practice, she has established that in some instances these persistent symptoms in recovery will be a sign that the individual is dealing with some other issue other than their addiction problem.

As a matter of fact, it is now recognized that a significant number of addicts have a dual diagnosis and the most disturbing part of it is that they are ignorant of it. The implication of that is that besides their addiction problem, they are also struggling with other complications such as depression, anxiety disorder, or bipolar disorder. It will not, therefore, surprise you to note that this other undiagnosed problem could be responsible their incentive into substance abuse and misuse of alcohol in the first place. And when things get out of hand, users may attempt to self-medicate in order to escape the criticism from the society and even very close relatives.

From the professional point of view says doctor Akoury, if for whatever reason users of these substances ignore treatment thereby creating some pending treatment issues, the implication of that is very clear in the sense that any untreated dual diagnosis can actually prevent them from finding happiness in recovery? Some people may just dismiss their symptoms as Post-Acute Withdrawal Symptoms (PAWS), and this means that they delay in seeking treatment. It is always advisable to seek a professional opinion if the individual is finding it difficult to settle into recovery due to unpleasant symptoms. In most instances, it will be possible to manage the dual diagnosis so that the individual will be able to build a successful recovery. Doctor Dalal Akoury can be of help to you if only you can call her today.

Withdrawal symptoms episodes: Other causes of symptoms in early recovery

In some relatively rare cases, the individual may have more significant problems that can result in continued symptoms in long-term recovery. Those who have developed conditions such as alcoholic dementia may have caused irreversible damage to their brain. The individual may be able to learn how to function at a higher level, but in some cases, they will just have to adapt to living with this mental impairment.

Withdrawal symptoms episodes: Post-acute withdrawal symptoms (PAWS)

 

 

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Drug addiction outcome

Drug addiction outcome

Drug addiction outcome is all about frustration and poor health which must be addressed timely and professionally

Drug addiction outcome: Deregistration of substance abuse

In the business world, good managers will not just spend time with running the current events but also offer a provision for the aftermath and eventualities of the events. Because of this many experts are now confirming that setbacks of failure to properly offer provisions for the aftermath of any event can ruin the success which may have been delivered from the beginning. And just like in the management of a business or an event, it is also very important that when administering treatment to any patient, careful attention must be taken to address any unforeseen eventualities on, during and after treatment. Therefore, when it comes to the management of drug addiction outcome, we have to identify the problem and acknowledgment its presence first. It is only when this is done, then can treatment and putting systems that will deal with any complications that may arise after treatment period can be meaningful. Therefore owing to the nature of this problem, we want to explore the possibilities of addressing drug addiction outcome professionally so that any treatment done does not disintegrate to further addiction.

To take us through this discussion, we are going to rely on the expert opinions of professionals from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury (MD) who is also the founder of the establishment. In her decades of experience working in this discipline, doctor Akoury has been of help to many people and she reiterates that when it comes to addressing drug addiction outcome or aftermath, some of the setbacks we’re likely to encounter may include consistency in sobriety and cravings for the substance one was using before treatment. These are actually some of the most disturbing ones and for the purpose of this article, we want to start with these two as we progress into the discussion.

Drug addiction outcome: Consistency in sobriety

When you have understood the magnitude of cravings, it then becomes easier for you to pick up the pieces and move on. That is why it is always very necessary that as soon as you are out of the rehabilitation center, you must always keep in constant consultation with your physician so that when there is any reason for relapse immediate action can be taken to remedy the situation before it deteriorates into more heartbreaking situations. And in that regard, I want to prevail upon you and beseech you not to relent in your desire to remain sober. Never give up even if you relapse from time to time. Remember that it is not a crime to relapse but how you handle yourself in such situations is what matters most. Therefore always consult with experts from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center from time to time so that any cropping damage can be arrested and dealt with in good time.

Drug addiction outcome: Deregistration of substance abuse

 

 

 

 

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Addiction withdrawal hostile feelings

Addiction withdrawal hostile feelings

Addiction withdrawal hostile feelings is a big concern for many drug users willing to make a change

Addiction withdrawal hostile feelings: Excessive units of dopamine

During the treatment of substance abuse, there is no doubt that this process will be met with some challenges thereby necessitating addiction withdrawal hostile feelings along the way. The most unpleasant withdrawal feelings are connected with abrupt fall of the content of neurotransmitters in the brain. For example, the dopamine content due to a severe lack of transmitters can’t be utilized in time and may exceed the normal level a few times. The excessive amount of dopamine is a real poison to the brain. Drug withdrawal and in particular the opiate withdrawal can be very disruptive irrespective of whether the effect is mental or physical. It may last from few days to a few weeks. You can get more information about opiate (Heroin, Methadone) withdrawal by scheduling an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury MD today and she will be more than willing to help you find answers to all your questions today.

It is further important to note that during withdrawal some time will lapse and within a few days the level of neurotransmitters will gradually return to normal even though this may not be completely done, but all the same the symptoms of drug withdrawal subsides. Besides that, another danger will come in handy waiting for the patient. This is commonly known as “dry withdrawal”.  After some time, when seemingly all is over, sometimes without any reason, but mostly after the stress, the balance of neurotransmitters breaks down again. At this point, the patient starts re-experiencing some mental discomfort, nervousness, sleep disorders, hot-and-cold flashes and aggravated attraction to drugs.

Addiction withdrawal hostile feelings: Drug addiction fluctuation courses

Drug addiction, like many other chronic diseases, is characterized by fluctuating course, with alternate “ups and downs”. Most of the failures happen exactly on the peaks of these “ups”. That is why all drugs have the toxic effects and damages the body’s cells. This damage causes some element of pain in an individual and to fight this pain the victim will have to take more drugs further causing addiction to that substance and the situation to becomes a vicious circle: that is to say, the higher dose of drugs the more pain they cause, the more pain the more need to take the higher dose. As a result, the euphoric effect of the drugs, which was so attractive at the beginning, quickly disappears and leaves an addict to continue taking the drug just to avoid the pain and let him somehow to function “normally”.

Finally, from the discussion, we have seen that drug addiction is a very complex disease, which is fixed at many levels of the organism. Simple and quick methods, such as coding or isolated psychotherapy are absolutely inactive. To this doctor, Akoury says that professionally drug addiction requires a serious multi-stage treatment at all levels and that will be very helpful in correcting the brain damage from drug abuse effectively.

Addiction withdrawal hostile feelings: Excessive units of dopamine

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