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Alcohol Detox Symptoms

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can be severe depending on how long the person has been using alcohol. An alcohol detox can be medically dangerous in most cases and usually requires medical management for the first few days: 0-10. If you or your loved one my be concerned about an alcohol problem, we are here to help you. Call today to speak with one of our counselors: 855-222 1101.

Our therapists will help you to set up and perform a professional intervention for your family if that is what your situation requires today. We are 100% professionally licensed and insured. We work with many professional rehabs from across the country. Our job is to find your loved one the best rehab in the country based one his or her specific needs. We spend a great deal of time asking you certain questions that may seem personal in nature to glean the correct information.

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The Diversified Intervention Group is known as a trusted resource concerning alcoholism intervention services today. We have successfully intervened with thousands of family members just like yours since early 2010. We can give you real life information about how alcoholism works once a person becomes an alcoholic, what the responsibilities of the surrounding family members will be and what to expect from alcoholism treatment in general.

Symptoms of Alcohol Detox include the following:

  • Sweating
  • High fever
  • Shakes
  • Hallucinations
  • Possible Vomiting

What to do if your loved one has Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

If you see any of these symptoms happening with your loved one, get him or her to the Emergency Room immediately as they could possibly worsen. If the symptoms get worse, it will become life-threatening to your loved one. This happens regularly with alcohol detoxes.

Regarding intervention services, we can help you with that. DIG specializes in being the first line of defense to help you successfully set up and plan a professional intervention. We have licensed Therapists that will come to you once we are hired to do so. The best time to plan an intervention is right after a major drama event happens to the alcoholic like a jail episode or an Emergency Room visit where an alcoholic has been treated for alcohol poisoning but still feels the need to drink alcohol or use other drugs.

You can call us today for help: 855-222-1101

When can you expect to see Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms

Alcohol withdrawal symptoms can begin as early as two hours after the last drink, persist for days and weeks, and range from anxiety and shaky hands to complications such as seizures and delirium tremens (also called DTs). Delirum Tremens is a medical term for shaky hands and extremities. The death rate from DTs — which are seen in such forms as rapid heartbeat, confusion and fever — is estimated to range from 1.78% to 5.63%.

Because alcohol withdrawal detox symptoms can become worse very quickly, it’s important to 911 immediately even if symptoms seem mild to you. Appropriate alcohol withdrawal treatment by a licensed physician can reduce the risk of developing withdrawal seizures or DTs. The Diversified Intervention Group’s Therapists are professionally licensed and insured so we can plan a successful intervention for your family that will take place at or near your home for your convenience.

How can you plan an intervention for a severe Alcoholic?

We help families heal from the disease of alcoholism

We help families heal from the disease of alcoholism
Once your family collectively agrees that an intervention would be appropriate then give us a call immediately. Planning a professional intervention process takes a very determined set of family members to decide to move forward with the process. DIG is known around the industry as a positive trusted resource to complete professional interventions. Our job is to help your family and we do our job well!

There are many steps to go through when planning an intervention. Our counselors can explain them to you in easy to understand terms. Many years of training and experience go into becoming a professional interventionist. We are professionals at our business. Call us today for help: 855-222-1101.

What are the causes of Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome?

Too much heavy drinking or daily drinking — disrupts the brain’s neurotransmitters, the brain chemicals that transmit messages. The brain’s reaction to alcohol and excessive alcohol use is very complicated but basically microscopic messages are sent from various organs like the liver to the brain when alcohol is processed by the body. Daily drinking causes this to happen over and over again eventually bombarding and overloading the system to the point to where alcohol poisoning symptoms begin.

For example, alcohol initially enhances the effect of GABA, the neurotransmitter which produces feelings of relaxation and calm. But chronic alcohol consumption eventually suppresses GABA activity so that more and more alcohol is required to produce the desired effects, a phenomenon known as tolerance. Tolerance leads to dependence and so on.

Chronic alcohol consumption also suppresses the activity of glutamate, the neurotransmitter which produces feelings of excitability. One of the main symptoms of alcohol withdrawal detox is anxiety. To maintain equilibrium, the glutamate system responds by functioning at a far higher level than it does in moderate drinkers and nondrinkers. This happens automatically in the alcoholic’s body so you have no control of it. If you have a moderate alcoholic in your family that you are concerned about or a full blown alcoholic then call us today: 855-222-1101

When heavy drinkers suddenly stop or significantly reduce their alcohol consumption, the neurotransmitters previously suppressed by alcohol are no longer suppressed. They rebound, resulting in a phenomenon known as brain hyperexcitability. Once again, the symptom of anxiety happens. So, the effects associated with alcohol withdrawal — anxiety, irritability, agitation, tremors, seizures, and DTs — are the opposite of those associated with alcohol consumption.