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Shaking hand and wet body after stopping long-term use of cough syrup. What is the problem?

one of my friend had consumed cough syrupy for 8 he stoped drinking all those..when he stoped drinking the whole body become wet daily at night when he goes to sleep .then soon that also stoped before while eating his hand is to shake..that also become normal.but now the problem is when he drink water are eat some thing from neck to bottom of stomach it get pain...i would like to know wht is the solution for thid...and wht is problem.....
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Consuming cough syrup for 8 months is not indicated for any type of cough. Cough syrup is mainly used to suppress the cough for some time till the body recover and cough finishes. I don't think thus can be prescribed for so long. Did your friend drinking the cough syrup for addiction purpose or for some cough??

Another important thing is that many cough syrup has very high alcohol content in it. Because of using this type of cough syrup for long time can lead to some type of alcohol dependence and when your friend suddenly stop taking that he starts having the withdrawal symptoms. Excessive sweating and shaky hands can be the feature of the alcohol withdrawal which may be your friend is suffering from. You don not need to panic because it will start regressing after few days if it is because of withdrawal.

Thanks and take care.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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