- What Is Addiction?
- Prescription Drug
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- Video Game
Sugar Withdrawal is often reported, but the reader is cautioned to keep in mind that sugar withdrawals associated with cutting sugar from one's diet are largely anecdotal and often resemble the kinds of symptoms seen in people who give up caffeine.
Furthermore, there seems to be no clinical evidence that can conclusively link table sugar (pure sucrose) to these symptoms to the exclusion of variations such as glucose or fructose or a number of other sweeteners.
With that in mind, Sugar Withdrawal symptoms may include headaches, cravings, fatigue, tremors, depression and anxiety. No reasonable time-table has been established to offer the reader any idea of how long these Sugar Withdrawal Symptoms may last, of if they may occur at all.