How To Stop Cold Sweats From Alcohol Withdrawal?

Robert Gerchalk

Robert is our health care professional reviewer of this website. He worked for many years in mental health and substance abuse facilities in Florida, as well as in home health (medical and psychiatric), and took care of people with medical and addictions problems at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He has a nursing and business/technology degrees from The Johns Hopkins University.

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How To Stop Cold Sweats From Alcohol Withdrawal?

Cold sweats are one of the many symptoms that can come with alcohol withdrawal.
They can be uncomfortable and even downright dangerous if you’re not prepared for them.

While there is no surefire way to prevent cold sweats, there are some things you can do to lessen their severity and frequency. First, stay hydrated by drinking lots of fluids, especially water. You might also want to drink sports drinks or other beverages that contain electrolytes. Second, dress in layers so that you can regulate your body temperature. Third, eat small, frequent meals to keep your blood sugar levels stable. Finally, try to reduce your stress levels as much as possible. If you can do all of these things, you’ll be in a much better position to deal with cold sweats when they do occur.

There are a few things that you can do to stop your cold sweats from alcohol withdrawal.

First, it is important to keep yourself hydrated. Drink plenty of fluids, especially water, to prevent your body from becoming dehydrated.

Second, you can try taking a hot bath or shower. The heat will help your body relax and stop the cold sweats.

Third, you can try to relax your body and mind by doing some deep breathing exercises or meditation. This will help to calm your nervous system and stop the cold sweats.

Fourth, you can try to eat some warmer foods and drinks. This will help to raise your body temperature and stop the cold sweats.

Finally, if you are still having trouble stopping your cold sweats, you may want to talk to your doctor about taking medication to help relieve the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.

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