Withdrawal symptoms


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with·draw·al symp·toms

a group of morbid symptoms, including excitability and irritability, occurring in an addicted person who is deprived of the accustomed dose of the addicting substance.
See also: withdrawal.
Synonym(s): abstinence symptoms

with·draw·al symp·toms

(with-draw'ăl simp'tŏmz)
A group of morbid symptoms, predominantly erethistic, occurring in an addict who is deprived of the accustomed dose of the addicting agent.

Withdrawal symptoms

A group of physical or mental symptoms that may occur when a person suddenly stops using a drug to which he or she has become dependent.
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Your reader obviously stopped through willpower, which I'm impressed by but it must have been hell having withdrawal symptoms for two years.
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It added: "There should be greater recognition of the potential in some people for severe and long-lasting withdrawal symptoms on and after stopping antidepressants in Nice guidelines and patient information."
Don't think you can have withdrawal symptoms? Try stopping your daily dose of sugar in coffee - headaches, slight dizziness, cravings - unless you have other medical conditions, your body is going through withdrawal.
The findings, published in the Lancet Psychiatry journal, show for the first time that men with cannabis dependence or cannabis-use disorder, when treated with the fatty acid amide hydrolase inhibitor, PF-04457845 used less cannabis and experienced fewer withdrawal symptoms than those given a placebo.
Of all the possible withdrawal symptoms, most frequently, the participants reported experiencing nervousness or anxiety (76 percent of the respondents), hostility (72 percent), sleep problems (68 percent), and depressed mood (59 percent of the respondents).
A medical report claimed that the defendant suffered from alcohol withdrawal symptoms, according to a lawyer.
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence, chaired by Conservative former cabinet minister Sir Oliver Letwin, published research which suggests doctors and psychiatrists may be failing to warn patients about the potential risks of antidepressants, and subsequently fail to recognise withdrawal symptoms.
Guidance from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (Nice), which says withdrawal symptoms "are usually mild and self-limiting over about one week" urgently needs to be changed, say the review authors.
introduction of Lucemyra (lofexidine) 0.18 mg tablets, the first and only non-opioid medication indicated for mitigation of opioid withdrawal symptoms to facilitate abrupt opioid discontinuation in adults.