Withdrawal is a very important principle of recovery to understand and appreciate is the experience. Withdrawal is very real, and can affect a person in very demonstrative or more subtle ways. As a result of more than 40 years of research, we now know that our brains have the capacity to create their own neuro-chemicals (which can become addictive) in order to keep our brains and bodies functioning properly. So you can appreciate why recovery from any type of addictive behavior will include a period of withdrawal symptoms. Common withdrawal symptoms include insomnia, irritability, rashes, sweating, nausea, increased or decreased  for food and/or sex and shortness of breath and skin sensitivity.

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Symptoms of Withdrawal