Caffeine : Caffeine withdrawal symptoms are seen in people who are addicted to drink caffeinated beverages like coffee, tea and colas. Some of the caffeine withdrawal symptoms include lethargy, lack of energy, sleepiness, difficulty to concentrate, inability to get bowel movements naturally till one has the caffeine drink, anxiety and depression. Usually, these are mild to moderate symptoms and can be intensified if the person is highly addicted to caffeine drinks. Having these beverages in moderation can keep the withdrawal symptoms in check.
Taking into consideration the research and science now readily available, the facts are clear concerning the dangers of alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol withdrawal should never be taken lightly and, in light of Dr. Maldonado’s findings relating to potential failings within the medical community; when considering detoxification from alcohol for yourself or a loved one, take the time necessary to research detox facilities within your area. Use the above information to ask questions of the facility. Armed with the knowledge of the severity and duration of alcohol withdrawal symptoms, make sure your choice of detox facility is prepared and equipped to deal with all of the above symptoms, from benign shakes to the potentially fatal DTs and seizures. When dealing with alcohol withdrawal, your life or the life of a loved one, may well depend upon it.
I started drinking coffee to help me stay alert and my parents got me a coffee machine for chirstmas. Last week was break for school and I had an extra bold coffee everyday. I went back to school yesterday and I was fine, but today was horrible. My head hurts so much. And fell asleep during 1st period and got a zero for the day! I had to go home and try to sleep it off by it was hard because I felt my head pulsing so much. I also had been feeling anxiety through out the day, I’m only going to drink coffee on the weekends. I have a caffeine hang over!