When a person stops using drugs, they may experience withdrawal symptoms. The severity and duration of withdrawal symptoms vary depending on the drug, the length of time the person has been using, and the individual’s physical and mental health. Some common withdrawal symptoms may include:

Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
Sweating and chills
Tremors and muscle aches
Anxiety and irritability
Insomnia and fatigue
Depression and mood swings
Cravings for the drug

It is important for individuals to seek medical attention and professional help when experiencing withdrawal symptoms, as some drugs can cause dangerous or life-threatening symptoms. Medically supervised detoxification and addiction treatment programs can provide support and guidance through the process of withdrawal and recovery.