withdrawal syndrome

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with·draw·al syn·drome

n. síndrome de privación de una droga adictiva como resultado de la supresión de la misma.
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Kristen Suthers' article describes how many menopausal women suffering from bothersome hot flashes are offered antidepressants as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy (HRT)--without being told they may experience withdrawal syndrome it they stop taking the pills, especially if they stop quickly instead of tapering off slowly.
After reading Kate Clinton's "Withdrawal Syndrome" in the March issue, I wonder when our current progressive movement will help build its power base by moving beyond sniping at white men.
These revealed, for the first time, a high level of agitation, nervousness and extreme restlessness among volunteers - the symptoms believed to be associated with acts of violence and self-harm - and clear evidence of a withdrawal syndrome.
For anyone who has ever suffered from anime withdrawal syndrome, the following news should perk you up.
The letter cautioned against relying on "people who lack any scientific experience or expertise" for information about methamphetamine's effects, as when The New York Times, in a February 2004 article, quoted a police captain who declared that "meth makes crack look like child's play." The scientists also noted that no withdrawal syndrome has been documented in babies exposed to cocaine or methamphetamine in utero.
The fully-developed benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome is a combination of severe sleep disturbance, irritability, increased tension and anxiety, panic attacks, hand tremor, profuse sweating, difficulty in concentration, dry retching and nausea, weight loss, palpitations, and muscular pains and stiffness.
Rapid suppression of alcohol withdrawal syndrome by baclofen.
-- A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel supported the addition of information to the professional label and patient package insert of serotonin reuptake inhibitors concerning neonatal withdrawal syndrome and toxicity reports in newborns exposed to the drugs during the third trimester.
The researchers classified women as having a history of substance abuse if they had Medicaid records of drug or alcohol abuse or dependence, drug withdrawal syndrome, hepatitis, opiate poisoning, drug or alcohol detoxification, or referral for rehabilitation from drug ad diction.
It's nearly July, and that's the hardest month for sufferers of football withdrawal syndrome, writes Graham Woods.