There are typically no withdrawal symptoms associated with the cessation of LSD use, nor is LSD considered to be addictive.
LSD is a hallucinatory drug, but not an addictive drug; it does not produce withdrawal symptoms.
There are no withdrawal symptoms from LSD as LSD does not cause physical dependence.
LSD is not considered physically addictive and does not have physical withdrawal symptoms. However, one may experience a desire of craving to do LSD again, as LSD may be psychologically addictive.
LSD is not physically addictive. There are no physical withdrawal symptoms. It just wears off after awhile.
No, LSD does not cause physiological dependence.
Evidence points against this. Withdrawal symptoms are not seem clearly in LSD (like they are in Opiates and Stimulants). All the same, LSD has not been fully researched, and evidence may yet point to physical dependence.
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Because LSD is not physically addictive, there are no physical effects upon cessation of use. While generally not psychologically addictive, it is possible to experience relatively mild "cravings" when one stops using this substance, but these are typically easy to overcome.
There are a number of ways to get withdrawal symptoms. If you are using drugs, smoke cigarettes, or take pain killers you would be at most risk of having symptoms of withdrawal when you stop taking them. You can even have withdrawal symptoms from some antidepressants and steroids if you stop taking your medication at once.
One can find symptoms of alcohol withdrawal on the WebMD website. The site is a good resource to visit to find out what symptoms to look for and how to treat someone with alcohol withdrawal.
Marijuana has both physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. Compared to other drugs, the physical withdrawal symptoms are more minor. Please see related questions for more details.
Withdrawal symptoms of Wellbutrin include; aggressive behavior, hostility, irritability, and paranoia. Zoloft withdrawal symptoms are; insomnia, anxiety, irritability, headache, confusion and dizziness.