Withdrawal symptoms is the term used to describe the activity that takes place when after a person’s body has adapted to a particular drug or alcohol or activity, he/she cannot seem to do without such activity and as such removes his/her self both physically, emotionally from an activity or a group. Withdrawal symptoms are not dependent on a particular gender or specific group of people; it is found either in young or old, male or female. It comes when after a lengthy period of time that the brain has been accustomed to a particular drug or activity, it ‘misses’ the presence of such drug or activity and as such rebounds by producing a surge of adrenaline that causes withdrawal symptoms.
Mental and Emotional Symptoms include;
- Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Restlessness, and irritability.
- Poor concentration or poor memory.