are not due directly to alcohol detox. They are, however, the brain, body and mind trying to compensate for years of being trained to follow a regimen that includes drinking at a certain time, anesthesia for sleep, and, due to the inability of the intoxicated person to see life as it is, not feeling emotion. It's more of a mental detox. The recent reports of sleeplessness, anxiety and depression etc. are more psychosemantic than actually due to withdrawal. This is NOT to say that the years of drinking haven't caused OTHER physiological/psychological problems and a doctor should be seen to address these issues. It is extremely important to report your history of alcohol/drug use in order to diagnose properly.
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