A state of temporary confusion sometimes accompanied by hallucinations, most commonly visual, disorientation, agitation, irrational beliefs and behavior and sleep disturbances that may occur when a person who has abused alcohol suddenly stops drinking alcohol. Aslo known as the "DT"'s, delirium tremens may begin within two days after the last alcohol is consummed.
A form of insanity due to alcohol withdrawal and marked by sweating, tremors, restlessness, anxiety, mental confusion, and hallucinations. Reference: A2
Acute, sometimes fatal, psychotic reaction caused by excessive intake of alcoholic beverages over a long period of time. Usually seen after withdrawal from heavy alcohol intake. Symptoms include mental confusion, excitement, hallucinations, anxiety, tremors of the tongue and extremities, fever, sweating and stomach and chest pain. An episode of DTs is considered a medical emergency.
delusions, hallucinations and agitation related to withdrawal from long-term alcohol abuse.
One of the withdrawal symptoms that sometimes occurs when a period of heavy alcohol consumption is terminated; marked by fever, sweating, trembling, cognitive impairment, and hallucinations.
Delirium associated with excessive use of alcohol, usually seen as a withdrawal symptom. Features include anxiety, tremor, sweating, and vivid and terrifying visual and sensory hallucinations.
An acute, psychotic state usually occurring during reduction or cessation of alcohol intake after a prolonged or copious intake of alcohol; characterized by symptoms such as tremors, hallucinations, or seizures. Requires immediate treatment; may be life threatening.
acute delirium caused by alcohol poisoning
A syndrome of withdrawal from alcohol that occurs in people who are physically dependent on alcohol; characterized by shakes or tremors, hallucinations, and signs of systemic illness.
A symptom of alcohol withdrawal, typically caused by stopping consumption quickly, marked by agitations, tremors, and hallucinations.
hallucinations & seizures due to alcohol withdrawal
An acute and sometimes fatal brain disorder (in 10 to 15 percent of untreated cases) caused by total or partial withdrawal from excessive alcohol intake. Usually developing 24 to 96 hours after a person stops drinking, it is a medical emergency. Symptoms include fever, tremors, failure of muscle coordination and sometimes convulsions, frightening delusions and hallucinations. The disorder is often accompanied by nutritional deficiencies.
A serious alcohol-withdrawal syndrome observed in persons who stop drinking alcohol following continuous and heavy consumption. It involves profound confusion, hallucinations, and severe nervous system overactivity, typically beginning between 48 and 96 hours after the last drink.
aka DTs; hallucination due to alcoholism.
hallucinations and uncontrollable shaking sometimes caused by
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Delirium tremens (colloquially, the DTs, "the horrors", "the shakes" or "rum fits") is an acute episode of delirium that is usually caused by withdrawal or abstinence from alcohol following habitual excessive drinking. Delirium tremens can also appear after a rapid reduction in the amount of alcohol being consumed by heavy drinkers, or as a complication of withdrawal from benzodiazepines or barbiturates. It only occurs in individuals with a history of constant, long-term alcohol consumption.