Alcohol Withdrawal Insomnia

Alcohol and ADD/ ADHD

Make Alcohol Withdrawal Easier on yourself

Author: Mitamins Team

Alcohol is the case that greatly harms your comfort, and at the same time, the quality of sleep, in order to verify our words, you can contact 123helpme, or visit your doctor for a consultation. No matter how courageous or strong-minded you are, alcohol withdrawal is indeed a difficult thing. The proverb "easier said than done" is perfect to describe this particular condition. But with strength of purpose, you can get rid of alcohol successfully with the help of our alcohol withdrawal treatment, which aims to detoxify your body in the process of your alcohol withdrawal.

Alcoholism is the most prevalent addictive disease in America according to authoritative reports: there are more than fourteen million alcohol dependent people in America, and nearly 27% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 64 years meet the diagnostic criteria for alcohol dependency. Furthermore, one our of ever five patients admitted to a hospital is an alcohol abuser. Though the number of alcoholics in America is very large, the good news is that the number seeking help is large, too.

Symptoms of Alcohol Wwithdrawal:

Alcohol withdrawal( has group of symptoms which can be mild, moderate or severe depending on the degree of alcohol-dependency. Psychological symptoms include nervousness, anxiety, irritability, emotional volatility and nightmares. Some physical symptoms of alcohol withdrawal include shakiness, nausea, vomiting, sweating, insomnia, loss of appetite and rapid heart rate. Some of those withdrawing from alcohol experience delirium. This occurs when suddenly stopping the consumption of alcohol after chronic or long-term ingestion. Not everyone who stops drinking experiences those symptoms, but most people who have been drinking for a long period, or drinking heavily, or drinking frequently, will suffer from some form of the above symptoms if they stop drinking suddenly.

Natural method of alcohol withdrawal treatment

This natural alcohol withdrawal treatment( is designed to provide support in fighting the many problems associated with alcohol consumption. A healthy and nutritional diet plays an important role in one's health, making it easier to combat withdrawal symptoms. The nutrients lost due to the damaging effects of addiction can be replaced. A change in diet should be done under the supervision of a doctor. Caffeinated coffee, junk food and dairy products should be excluded from an alcohol withdrawal diet. But before this can work, abandoning the drinking of alcohol completely is a must.

Detoxify without medicine

Detoxification has been proven to be an effective method of alcohol withdrawal. There are many kinds of such foods that function as detoxifiers, as fruit and juices which can disperse alcohol and toxins from the body. This can be painful sometimes. The aim of detoxification is to relieve the patient's discomfort and prevent symptoms from worsening. This alcohol withdrawal treatment( is helpful and with the above tips, an alcohol dependant could recover rapidly.

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10 Responses to Alcohol Withdrawal Insomnia

  1. xandra says:

    Can chronic insomnia be cure without taking sleeping pills? The cause of the insomia was alcohol withdrawal.?

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    • Soul Doctor says:

      Homeopathic Treatment for Sleeplessness / Insomnia, due to different reason and with different set of symptoms (No side effects or interaction with conventional drugs) :-

      Sleeplessness during menopausal stage Senecio Aur 30X, 4 hourly

      Cannot sleep in the early hours of night; utterly wide awake, mind active; sleeplessness due to excitement Coffea Cruda 30X 6, hourly

      Cannot sleep after 3 A.M.; sleeplessness due to mental strain or sedentary habits; sleep dreamy and restless Nux Vomica 30X, at bed times for 7 days

      Due to fear or panic; insomnia after shock or fright; restlessness and tossing in bed Aconite Nap 30X 4 hourly

      Due to tiredness; either physical or mental; bed feels too hard; must keep moving in search of soft portion for relief in bed Arnica Montana 30X or 200X, 1/2 hourly (3 Doses)

      Sleeplessness after midnight from anxiety and restlessness; has to get up and walk Belladonna 30X, 4 hourly

      Sleepy yet unable to sleep; child tosses, kicks clothes off, twitches; restless sleep with frightful dreams Arsenic Album 30X or 200X, 4 hourly (3 Doses)

      Sleeplessness and restlessness; specially in first part of night; gets up and walks on the floor, as soon as the bed time comes patient is wide awake Chamomilla 30X or 200X, 4 hourly

      Sleeplessness due to old grief; after dreams of thieves or robbers Natrum Mur 200X or 1M, 10 min (3 Doses)

      Sleeplessness due to sudden shock; disappointment Ignatia 200X or 1M, 10 min (3 Doses)

      Feels sleepy but cannot sleep; clocks striking at a distance keep him awake; bed feels hot; moves about in vain to find a cool spot in bed Pulsatilla 30X or 200X, 4 hourly

      Restlessness during early part of sleep; sound sleep when it is turns to rise; gets too hot in bed; throws off covers, gets chilly and puts them on again; puts arms above the head during sleep Opium 30X or 200X, 4 hourly

      Take the remedy which is similar to your symptoms. No side effects or complications if taken as directed, please do not exceed the given dosage and under any circumstances do not try to mix any remedies and avoid Chocolates, Mints, Coffee, Red Meat, Alcoholic and Carbonated drinks, Spicy Rich Food while taking any Homeopathic remedies, and keep the medicines away from direct sunlight, heat strong smells and perfumes and do not store them in the fridge.
      Curing without any side effects or Complications Thats the Beauty of Homeopathic Medicine

      Take Care and God Bless you.

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  2. xandra says:

    Have ever you try alcohol withdrawal symptoms? Do anyone know how long it takes to recover?
    I had drink a plenty of red wine every night for a year? Then I day I stoped and suddenly the second day I started to have insomnia. Almost 3 months. I try valerian and melatonin only sometimes works. Now I still don’t know the reason that I can’t sleep well because when I don’t need to work next day I sleep better. Maybe job stress.
    Don’t say to me I need 18 months to recover.

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    • tinkbear1 says:

      When you have drank for long period of times you “mess” with the chemical receptors in your brain. This leads to insomnia with people that become chemically dependent on substance, such as alcohol. It may take up to 18 months for chemical receptors to become normal again. Stress can be a leading cause of insomnia, but if it persist go and see your PCP.

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  3. Edward P says:

    Have I Developed Panic Disorder From Alcohol Withdrawal?
    This is a bit long so please stick with me, thanks.

    I got sober last week after an horrific withdrawal process which saw me get severe shakes and sweats, insomnia, agitation, hallucinations and most of all panic attacks. This withdrawal passed and so did all the symptoms, except the panic attacks.

    It’s a week now since I last drank and I spend every day hysterical with anxiety and panic attacks. I can’t eat properly because I’m always feeling sick to the stomach and I can’t sleep that much because I’m so anxious in the first place.

    Could I have gotten Panic Disorder as a result of going through the Alcohol Withdrawal?

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    • Complicated says:

      Good on you for stopping alcohol. It will go away and no, you haven’t got anything. Your body is not impressed with the lack of alcohol, but in a month it will be so pleased and probably thank you for continuing!

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  4. hurricane197 says:

    Alcohol withdrawal symptoms…..?
    I am 31. Was a fairly heavy drinker for about 10 years. Have gradually cut down in the past year and no alcohol for about 2 weeks now. Have quit for many reasons – health (mental and physical), was having interrupted sleep and refound Christian faith). In the past 3 months or so after cutting back I have had sporadic insomnia which has become a lot worse in the past month. Could it be related to alcohol withdrawal? Has anyone experienced it and will it go away?????
    I’m actually having no problems laying off the drink – am much happier without it. I live in the rural area of a non-English speaking country and there is no AA within a commutable distance.

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    • mo_pulgosa says:

      Definitely alcohol w/drawls. I’m a sober alcoholic, too. Since you don’t have AA, feel free to email me anytime.
      Lots of prayers!

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  5. CurtisEBear says:

    Is it ok to run while suffering tachycardia caused by alcohol withdrawal syndrome?
    I’m on my second day of alcohol withdrawal and am having periodic panic attacks, nearly constant anxiety, and a rapid heart beat–which comes in waves.

    I’m twenty-seven years old and otherwise healthy. Lying in bed all day has worsened the already-occurring insomnia and I feel I need to exercise.

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    • lani says:

      What say you start with some yoga? Get a video from the library you don’t have to buy one. Your body is going through enough right now. And seriously, ask a doctor about this. Alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening. This is not something to ask a well-meaning, but unqualified person on a site like this about.

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