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What to Know About Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)

What to Know About Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS) What to Know About Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)

Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS) can happen to anyone transitioning into recovery. One of the most dangerous things about this syndrome is that individuals affected by it have an inclination to relapse. This is because a fair amount of symptoms tend to be difficult for people to overcome, especially in high-stress situations. And people in high-stress situations generally fall back to previously reliable coping mechanisms like substance use. But what exactly is PAWS and what are these relapse-inducing symptoms? Let’s explore the term.

The Timeline of Withdrawal for the Top 5 Most Addictive Substances

The Timeline of Withdrawal for the Top 5 Most Addictive Substances The Timeline of Withdrawal for the Top 5 Most Addictive Substances

Withdrawal varies from substance to substance and even from person to person. An individual may face severe symptoms if they have been abusing alcohol for most of their life. Or a person facing the beginnings of addiction with their opioid prescription may experience very mild withdrawal symptoms. That being said, there is no universal withdrawal timeline, so we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 most addictive substances to explore their individual withdrawal timelines and symptoms.

Can You Die From Withdrawal Symptoms?

Can You Die From Withdrawal Symptoms? Can You Die From Withdrawal Symptoms - Briarwood Detox Programs

Withdrawals are a difficult but necessary step in any recovery journey. Symptoms can be scary and traumatic, leaving many to wonder if halting their substance use can lead to death. That’s why it’s important to learn how to categorize the different types of withdrawals and identify the dangers.

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