Alco­hol with­draw­al syn­drome is a symp­tom com­plex of somat­ic, neu­ro­log­i­cal and psy­chopatho­log­i­cal dis­or­ders. Some­times there alco­holic psy­choses (Delir­i­um tremens).

  • Somat­ic dis­or­ders: pal­pi­ta­tions, nau­sea, urge to vom­it, tremors, headache, etc.;
  • neu­ro­log­i­cal (veg­e­ta­tive dis­or­ders, pares­the­sia, hyper­es­the­sia of the visu­al and audi­to­ry ana­lyz­ers);
  • psy­chopatho­log­i­cal (irri­tabil­i­ty, asthe­nia, cog­ni­tive-mnes­tic dis­or­ders).

These dis­or­ders occur in the case of a more or less pro­longed, often forced absti­nence of an alco­holic patient from drink­ing alco­hol.

Often after with­draw­al symp­toms occur alco­holic psy­choses (hal­lu­ci­na­tions — visu­al, audi­to­ry or tac­tile).

In the ini­tial stage of the dis­ease, these man­i­fes­ta­tions are elim­i­nat­ed by patients drink­ing a large amount of tea, cof­fee or cold water (non­spe­cif­ic hang­over), then they con­sume low-alco­hol drinks and at the end of stage II of the dis­ease hang­over with vod­ka.

The pathogenesis of alcohol withdrawal.

With­draw­al syn­drome devel­ops under the influ­ence of the fol­low­ing mech­a­nism.

Treatment of alcohol addiction in Odessa
Alco­hol addic­tion treat­ment in Odessa

There is a desen­si­ti­za­tion of GABA recep­tors in the brain. In a healthy body, these recep­tors inhib­it the trans­mis­sion of impuls­es in the human ner­vous sys­tem. With chron­ic alco­hol use, the chem­i­cal com­po­si­tion of the brain and a group of inhibito­ry neu­rons change, as a result of which GABA recep­tors are sup­pressed.

With­draw­al syn­drome in a patient with alco­holism must be dis­tin­guished from post-intox­i­ca­tion, which occurs in indi­vid­u­als with­out phys­i­cal depen­dence on alco­hol after its exces­sive use. In this con­di­tion, the patient feels dis­gust not only for the taste, but also for the smell and appear­ance of alco­holic bev­er­ages.

Treat­ment is the same as for delir­i­um tremens: seda­tive and detox ther­a­py, car­diac sup­port. In severe soma­toneu­ro­log­i­cal com­pli­ca­tions and in case of a threat of delir­i­um, small dos­es of alco­hol can be added to this ther­a­py.

With­draw­al from hard drink­ing and release (treat­ment) from alco­holism in Odessa accord­ing to a proven author’s method (at the lev­el of monoamines, brain neu­ro­trans­mit­ters ) with­out infu­sions, i.e. com­plete­ly no drips.

The crav­ing for alco­hol dis­ap­pears the very next morn­ing!

Pos­si­ble home deliv­ery with­in Odessa. If the arrival at work (Odessa Region­al Cen­ter for Emer­gency Med­ical Care and Dis­as­ter Med­i­cine or to the office on Dunayevsky) is then treat­ment on the first day is free.

Odessa, st. Dunayevsky, 1
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+38 068 103 52 74
+38 068 46 35 661

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