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As the presence of alcohol is maintained for a period of several days, opposing adaptive responses are gradually induced in the brain which eventually balance the effect of alcohol. The brain then performs relatively normally even while alcohol is still present (tolerance). However, if alcohol is then rapidly removed from the brain (withdrawal) the adaptation is no longer balanced by the drug, and the system "overbalances" into excitation. The early consequences of this, anxiety and dysphoria, are thought to play major roles in the negative reinforcements for drinking behaviour.
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Acamprosate in Relapse Prevention of Alcoholism by D. M. Lovinger (auth.), PD Dr. Michael Soyka (eds.)