When an addict stops taking drugs, they will likely experience withdrawal symptoms as their body and brain adjust to the absence of the substance. Withdrawal symptoms can vary depending on the substance, the duration of use, and the severity of addiction. Here are some common symptoms of drug withdrawal:

Physical symptoms: These may include sweating, tremors, chills, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle aches, and headaches.

Psychological symptoms: These may include anxiety, depression, irritability, mood swings, agitation, and sleep disturbances.

Cravings: Individuals in withdrawal may experience intense cravings for the drug they were addicted to.

Medical complications: In some cases, withdrawal from certain substances can result in life-threatening medical complications such as seizures, heart palpitations, and delirium tremens.

To manage withdrawal symptoms and ensure a safe and comfortable process, it is recommended that individuals seek professional medical and psychological support. Detoxification and rehabilitation programs can provide medical supervision and support, as well as therapies and counseling to address the underlying causes of addiction and develop coping strategies for preventing relapse.