When someone stops drinking alcohol, they may experience a range of physical and psychological symptoms, collectively known as alcohol withdrawal syndrome. The severity and duration of these symptoms can vary widely depending on the individual’s drinking history and other factors. Common symptoms of alcohol withdrawal can include:

Nausea and vomiting
Tremors (shaking)
Anxiety and irritability
Sweating and rapid heartbeat
Insomnia and fatigue
Confusion and hallucinations (in severe cases)
Seizures (in very severe cases)

It is important to note that alcohol withdrawal can be a serious medical condition and may require medical supervision and treatment to manage symptoms and prevent complications.