Making It without a Drink: 3 Ways an Inpatient Rehab Facility Can Help Deal with Delirium Tremens

Heavy drinkers who are looking to become sober are at a higher risk for developing severe withdrawal symptoms known as delirium tremens. Delirium tremens symptoms generally emerge and become most apparent within the first 72 hours; however, in rare cases, they have emerged as many as 10 days after the last day of drinking. The symptoms include hallucination, seizures, confusion, nausea, insomnia, mood changes, depression, and loss of appetite. If you are a heavy drinker, you'll find that getting sober will be a lot easier once you check into an inpatient rehab facility.