If you decide to get out of the binge yourself , then remember that doing it alone is life-threatening. Make an agreement with loved ones, enlist their support and decide who will monitor your condition. Get out into the fresh air, drink as much liquid as possible, do light exercise, and move. Speak your state of mind to someone who is nearby. This will distract from heavy thoughts and speed up the passage of time.
Important: do not load the liver with drugs that reduce the craving for alcohol! They must be drunk ONLY under the supervision of a narcologist.
There are a number of symptoms that indicate that an independent withdrawal from a binge has failed:
• high temperature (over 38);
• hallucinations and delusions;
• seizures resembling epileptic ones;
• indomitable vomiting or excruciating urge to vomit;
• uncontrolled outbreaks rage, aggressive behavior.
This means only one thing: it is urgent to call drug treatment at home .
If you want to risk your health, then try it. But in such a situation, it is better to call a doctor at home.
There are a number of symptoms that will tell you that the withdrawal from the binge has failed on its own and medical attention is urgently needed:
With the onset of such symptoms, a comprehensive alcoholism treatment is vital, which should include both the coding for alcohol, as a deterrent to use, and a simultaneous rehabilitation program in a drug rehabilitation center. For example, at the Ibis Clinic . Contact us!
How hard drinking affects health
Against the background of excessive drinking and often low quality drinks, practically all organs are suffering from alcohol poisoning. Decay products do not have time to be excreted from the body naturally and have a toxic effect on the liver, brain, pancreas.
This manifests itself in the form of symptoms such as:
Hiccups, vomiting and diarrhea;
Sweat and tremors of the limbs;
Shortness of breath, seizures;
Changes in blood pressure and blood sugar levels;
· The appearance of aggression and inappropriate behavior.
In order to drown out unpleasant symptoms, the alcoholic continues to drink alcohol and thereby only aggravates his condition. It is even more harmful to health, as with each new portion of alcohol, toxins accumulate in the body.
It is possible to cope with this disease on your own, especially at the first stage, when the “withdrawal syndrome” is not yet expressed. But when the second stage develops, and the patient develops a pronounced abstinence without the intervention of narcologists and a competent withdrawal from binge at home or in the clinic, it is very difficult to return to normal life
Self-termination of a long binge can be ineffective at best, and at worst - it can pose a serious danger to the body !!
The most common sedatives, sleeping pills and pain relievers in the presence of alcohol may not work the way you would like.
In this situation, the help of professionals is needed. Namely, drug addiction doctors.
It is the doctor who can prescribe adequate treatment, based on the symptoms and anamnesis, because everyone is purely individual.