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Blackouts
Dec 16, 2004
... worker regarding alcohol blackouts. ... (4 replies)
... Drinking way tooooo much alcohol will cause blackouts. Anyone experiencing blackouts because of alcohol abuse needs to get some form of help. ... (6 replies)
... this is also why you can suffer an alcohol overdose. ... (6 replies)

Blackouts
Dec 16, 2004
... Interesting post!!But here's a little of what I think-without getting to technical.I believe there ARE differences in memory loss relative to the type of head injury sustained that caused the actual memeory loss.BLUNT head trauma,which is what YOU likely sustained in your accident causing your two types of memory loss is different than your alcoholic blackouts/memory loss... (4 replies)
Alcohol blackouts
Jan 14, 2010
... im a 37 year old female I have blackouts when i drink here lately i get mad and out of controll and no one can controll me this is not me at all why am i doing this? ... (2 replies)
... People who get to the point of having blackouts are alcoholics. ... (6 replies)
... out of control. I could never seem to stay in "the zone" where you got that happy buzz. Anyway its progressive and things began to happen more and more often. Blackouts became commonplace as did shaky hands the next morning and I had enough. I went to my first meeting the next day. ... (9 replies)
Blackouts
Dec 17, 2004
... I have had a few blackouts in my life and have never ever remembered what occured during them. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not clear from your post on your level of addiction to alcohol. How much you drink and how often. You may need to detox in the hospital. Alcohol wd can be life threatening. ... (9 replies)
Blackouts
Aug 5, 2003
... I'm an admitted alcoholic, and about 6 months ago I started having blackouts... I had always chalked it up to surrounding situations in my life because I was the "one who always remembered everything after a heavy night of drinking" when I was younger. I'm asked the next day if I remember a particular conversation... and I don't... I'm guessing this is considered a... (17 replies)
Alcohol blackout
Sep 15, 2012
... I doubt very much that you will ever regain memory of that lost hour, but many people function normally during blackouts and nothing bad happens. Be very grateful you were not driving a car while under the influence. ... (2 replies)
Alcohol blackout
Sep 15, 2012
... My boyfriend suggested I seek a psychiatric help but I am not sure, I would like to know your opinion on alcohol blackouts and memory loss? ... (2 replies)
... I was prescribed clonazepam for anxiety. Not generalized, or any other form of chronic anxiety. It was supposed to be temporary for anxiety I was having over a personal issue that was going on in my family. The "situation" wasn't really a situation so much as a side effect. I agree that it sounds unusual. Especially when I've never heard of this happening to anyone I know. ... (34 replies)
Alcohol blackouts
Jan 24, 2010
... you have taken your first step to getting help talking about it and knowing its wrong. Honey it seems to me you are an alcoholic. Even if you don't drink everyday, when you do, your drinking to point of a blackout. i'm 38 and stopped drinking 10 yrs. ago. i was also the same, drinking till i blacked out, fighting and doing things i would not normaly do if i was sober. You need... (2 replies)
... ive been drinking on and off since i was 16, now 23, and since i was 21 ive been drinkin a lot more. ive had many blackouts where i don't remember parts or most of the night and lately ive been having pretty bad stomach problems. ... (9 replies)
Blackouts
Dec 20, 2004
... The difference between the anesthsia situation and an alcohol enduced blackout is that with the alcohol one can be still moving around and functioning to some degree, like driving home from the bar, or at least to the train tracks. ... (4 replies)
... l for the program they had and it was what they needed. I believe the reason I viewed it as the victim thing was because I was realizing that I too, perhaps had alcohol related things in my own life that I needed to look at and perhaps the victim role was not really my issue. ... (0 replies)
... I totally agree with your dotor when they said not to go cold turkey off of drinking. Depending on the amount you drink, it could kill you. Having said that, I have to say that so many alarms were going off in my head when I read that your doc actually advised you to "take plenty of it" when it comes to clonazepam. Anytime you are taking a benzo, it should alwaysbe... (34 replies)
Blackouts
Dec 20, 2004
... In the news story the reporter said that a person who hasn't been drinking for very long will pass out after a certain amount of alcohol but a person who has been a heavy drinker for quite some time, will continue to function, though obviously not totally function, during a blackout. ... (4 replies)
... ical examination by a physician. It is possible you have a liver dysfunction which may inhibit your metabolism of alcohol. In chronic alcoholics, tolerance for alcohol eventually decreases because of liver damage. ... (1 replies)




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