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Withdrawal effects can be unpredictable, sometimes severe and dangerous also. So, it is not advisable to take medication for withdrawal without the supervision and monitoring of a doctor. Also, merely substituting one drug of abuse with alcohol is not good, because soon you'll only end up getting addicted to alcohol. So, I would advise you seek professional help for your addiction problem. Please consult a psychiatrist
for a detailed evaluation and further management. Treatment is usually in two phases. First phase is de-toxification, which facilitates a comfortable withdrawal from the drug. Second phase is de-addiction, where the focus is to prevent you from going back to the drug. There are effective treatment options in the form of medication as well as psychotherapy
, which can help you overcome your addiction problems. So, please don't hesitate to consult a psychiatrist for professional help.
Wish you all the best.