Alcohol withdrawal leads to a sympathetic-hyperactivity-like syndrome with tremors, HTN, insomnia, GI upset, diaphoresis, and mild agitation 3-36 hours after the last drink. There is a similar, but usually slightly later, overlap of withdrawal seizures 6-48 hours after the last drink.
For those curious why it's not D, the way I reasoned it out was that 1. they were referring to opioids, so 2. withdrawal would be
Diarrhea (opposite of constipation that they feel) + nausea
Mydriasis (opposite of the miosis)
Seizures are rare, and they're more associated with alcohol (and also benzos)
You may get mild hypertension