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Alcohol Withdrawal

Alcohol Withdrawal: Main Image
Headache. Jitters. Upset stomach. Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal can be worse than a hangover—but help is available. According to research or other evidence, the following steps may be helpful.
  • Seek support

    Join a community support group like Alcoholics Anonymous to support recovery from alcohol abuse

  • Work with a specialist

    When withdrawing from alcohol, don’t risk medical complications; find a doctor or clinic that is knowledgeable about alcohol detoxification

  • Diet right

    To improve health and reduce alcohol cravings, eat more whole grains, fruit, and other healthful foods, and limit sugar, caffeine, and junk food

  • Mix in a multi

    Take a daily multivitamin to speed recovery from common alcohol-related deficiencies

  • Try milk thistle

    420 to 600 mg of an extract from this herb can help the liver recover from the effects of alcohol

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