Amy Winehouse Cause Of Death

August 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Amy Winehouse Cause Of DeathAmy Winehouse Cause Of Death, The sudden death of singer Amy Winehouse last month has shed light on a little known problem: the dangers of alcohol withdrawal.

The cause of the singer’s death remains unknown. But Winehouse’s family has said she tried to stop drinking, leading to speculation that abstinence from alcohol may have played a role in her disappearance.

Although it may seem surprising that efforts to stop drinking can be harmful, experts say that addiction to this situation is “very possible.”

“I hope the message that can come of this is how dangerous alcohol withdrawal can be unsupervised,”said Dr. Harry Haroutunian, medical director of the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California.” About half of people who are drinking have a constant and regular manifestation of the syndrome. People should seek medical advice.”

Why is abstinence from alcohol as dangerous? In regular and heavy drinkers, the body compensates for the depressive effect of alcohol increase the production of a number of hormones and brain chemicals such as serotonin, adrenaline and dopamine. When a person suddenly stops drinking, the body is flooded with abnormally high levels of chemicals.

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