For some people, the process of recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction is almost as confusing and frustrating as the addiction itself. They feel overwhelmed by what’s being asked of them, they don’t know who to turn to with questions, and they feel intimidated by the healthcare system. Why do they feel this way? As we tell people at our Sacramento alcohol rehab center, typically it’s because they’ve not been encouraged to take an active role in their recovery. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2pfwxGK
There are two stages in alcohol withdrawal. The first is dominated by physical withdrawal symptoms such as tremors, nausea, headaches, hallucinations, and seizures. In the second stage, there are fewer physical symptoms but a wide range of emotional and psychological disturbances. At our alcohol rehab in Sacramento, we counsel the people we work with that the second phase can be every bit as challenging as the first, but that there are strategies for lessening the effects.
Getting through Stage 2
The big risk in the second stage of alcohol withdrawal (or withdrawal from any substance) is that the intense emotions may cause a relapse. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2lLLLBg