What are Withdrawal Symptoms?

Withdrawal symptoms can range from very minor, to very severe. Withdrawal can include, but is not limited to sweating, nausea, upset stomach, diarrhea, aggression, depression, sorrow, anxiety, heart palpitations, body aches, sharp pains, headaches, exhaustion, sleeplessness, quivers, trembles, jerks, involuntary muscle spasms, insomnia, hallucinations, panic attacks, violence, paranoia, and a plethora of other symptoms. Just remember when your brain doesn’t have whatever it is withdrawing from, it tells you that you are going to die. It makes you feel that you are going to die.