When alcoholics stop drinking, they may experience withdrawal symptoms, which can range from mild to severe. Mild symptoms include tremors, anxiety, sweating, and headache, while more severe symptoms can include seizures and delirium tremens (DTs). It is important for alcoholics to seek medical attention and undergo a supervised detoxification process to ensure their safety during withdrawal. After detox, they may experience a range of physical and psychological changes as they adjust to life without alcohol, including improved physical health, better sleep, improved mood, and a clearer mind. However, recovery from alcoholism is a long-term process that requires ongoing effort and support.