I get quite bad side effects from drinking recently.Panic attacks, losing sense of balance, high blood pressure, heart palpitations. Now I dont know why I get all of those, I dont drink that often(only once a week) and I only drink beer(no hard liquor) but it tells me to stop, but then I do it again anyways. Usually it goes like I tell myself I am only going to drink 3 beers , but in reality I am going to drink a whole bunch more.
>>24055566 DT = Delirium Tremens. It's when you not only start to get the shakes due to withdrawal but also start hallucinating. It's possible to die from this. But if you only drink once a week, you won't get these (even if you drink much on that day).
I dont know, I am really sensitive to all kind of substances, like one coffee is too much for me and I get the shakes and stuff. When I take just one puff from a marijuana cigarette I feel totally destroyd. Only thing I somewhat enjoyd is drinking.
>>24055703 Try an experiment. Eat a good meal before drinking and drink plenty of water ahead of time. You may wind up pissing a lot, but whatever. The thing about alcohol is it's fucking jet fuel. As soon as it's in your body the shift becomes burning that for metabolism and then getting back to whatever your body was using before. I'd suspect you're having blood sugar issues, maybe mixed with some mild dehydration and low electrolytes.
tl;dr Eat a meal and drink a buttload of water before setting out to drink
He asked how to stop drinking, not how to avoid hangovers. Decent advice though, although you should also eat a meal and drink tons of water right before bed, and then take Tylenol and a multivitamin. You won't feel 100% but you won't be fully hung over.
I often feel like eating and drinking sugary sodas during the night, so I wake up often. But I have done blood tests testing the blood throughout the day for blood sugar and regular blood tests done and the doctors allways tell me its fine.
>>24056087 I doubt it's common, but I've heard of people developing psychological dependence on alcohol from small amounts. I guess it depends on how much he relies on whatever amount gets him buzzed/helps him fall asleep/whatever.
>>24056143 Your condition sounds very similar to my friend's. She has generalized anxiety disorder, but a doctor told her she has something else that makes her hangovers way more severe. Like, she'll have to double or triple her klonopin the day or two after drinking just to get by and even then she's shaky/panicky. It also seems like it's disproportionate to how much or how often she drinks, although I'm sure just one or two drinks wouldn't hurt her. I've texted her to find out the name of her condition. I'm not sure if it was a genetic disorder, caused by some hormone imbalance, whatever. I'll let you know when I hear back from her.
>>24056228 You could be anticipating the eventual negative side effects. It could also be indicative of a dependence.
I've had some issues with drinking, but I've always been able to back off for a couple of months before it becomes a real problem. So, anyway, I started drinking again and then spent all of one afternoon and night drinking. For the last week I feel like a hunger when I think of alcohol, or even the opposite...I get this hungry, empty feeling in my stomach and the first thing I think of is drinking to make it go away. Definitely a sign that my body wants alcohol so I've just gotta stay away for a while, unless I want to become dysfunctional alcoholic. I guess I'm an alcoholic since I do have these cravings, but luckily I can stay out of the deep end.
Once you see some gains you will feel rewarded and sports become your new drug.
Seriously, that's what I did. When in my matura-years I was partying with alcohol every weekend 2 days usually to just about blackout. Then I started sports and lifting and now usually just drink water when out partying. It's also incredibly fun to talk to inhibriated girls, they are even more retarded when they think they're the hot shit due to alcohol.
I stoped taking the medication about a year ago. I get nervous the second I leave the house, it just gets way more bad at restaurants and bars because I feel like I am trapped there with all the other people and cant just leave whenever I want to.
>>24056561 So, you know you have some sort of anxiety, whether social or generalized, right? That in itself can make the negative side effects of alcohol even worse. Maybe look into getting medicated for anxiety. Be careful with mixing benzos with alcohol, though.
I am not too fond of psychiatrists and I have tried couple of times. I tell them I have anxiety issues and they put me on the schizo pills, the other time the gave me anti depressants, they never gave me anything that works, it just made everything worse.
>>24056777 Do you have a regular physician you see? If so then that's all you need to do. Go to your internist and tell him/her that you've been experiencing anxiety when you go to school/work/grocery store and that it's starting to become a big problem. They'll probably start you on a low dose of valium or something similar, and over time just keep going back letting them know it's not strong enough. Don't mention going to other doctors, and if you can pay out of pocket don't use your insurance for the doctor visit. Easiest way to score pills. I've gotten benzos, sleeping pills, adderall, etc this way.
>>24056853 I used to one often(I have been to multible) and none of them like to give you anything that actually works, its hard to get thing like benzos here, I also know from others so its not only me, because they are so concerned you get addicted to the substances that actually do something, so they tend to give you anti depressants and SSRI that dont do much aside from giving you bad side effects and slowly rotting away your brain.
>>24057413 I had to play dumb with one doctor. Acted baffled by how nervous I'd get just going to check the mail. He explained to me it was probably some sort of generalized anxiety and I was like "Huh? What's that?" Seemed to do the trick because he was more than willing to help me out. But I guess this may vary from state to state and country to country. I'm in the US, btw
OP you sound exactly the same as me. I drink about 3 liters of normal beer once or twice a week and the next day I have all sorts of anxiety and shit. It's not just a normal hangover. Also with regards to wanting to eat sugar/salt the next day exactly the same here, I will drink a liter of Coke and eat junk food almost compulsively and it does improve me, so I put it down to blood sugar but honestly not sure.
And again same as you I seem to be extremely sensitive to substances, I can't drink coffee because the caffefine makes me over the top alert and makes me need to shit a lot. And one toke on a spliff I am on another planet so I can't smoke weed either. I do enjoy drinking, I am somewhat of an alcoholic in the same sense as you in that if I had to stop drinking for a couple of weeks I couldn't do it unless I was forced too, but I'm not an alcoholic in the sense that I am constantly drunk and do crazy shit while drinking. I just like to have a bunch of beers on the night time and play vidya once or twice a week
I'm sorry you have this but it feels good to know that I am not alone. I thought I was the only one.
>I'm sorry you have this but it feels good to know that I am not alone. I thought I was the only one.
Thats nice to know. I just hope it isnt some serious health issue like cancer or something. I have been to the doctor, he did a blood sample and said everything is fine. I am sure he doesnt even take me serious and thinks I am delusional and hypochondriac, the hypochindriac part might be true, but the symptoms are real, but the doctors never found anything wrong.
>>24055528 I stopped drinking by realizing that that was the only way I was going to be happy/lose weight.
Allen Carr's book helped me some.
I fucking hate the reasons most people give for not drinking. I fucking hate myself. I still do, but I stopped drinking because I realized it was the only way I could possibly get better. Go downtown where you live and look at the homeless folks that will do anything for a 40. I realized I didn't want to become like that, and that I didn't have enough self control to drink in moderation.
After I stopped, anxiety went way down, I feel better overall, and I've been losing weight. Still have some anxiety problems, but not nearly as bad.
>>24057413 Benzos are nice and will help if you need to detox. They have just as bad side effects DESU.
>>24055916 DO NOT TAKE TYLONOL WHEN DRINKING. It can fuck up your liver. If you have to take something, take ibuprofen.
I was mistaken about my friend. She said that all her doctor told her is that it's common for her anxiety disorder to make her hangovers more severe than a regular person's. So, again, you might want to check up on that. But the only thing she said she's able to do is avoid drinking too much because even a few drinks can make her feel panicky the next day.
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