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... What Lisa mentioned about the homeostasis thing is right on.your body needs certain things in it in order to function to its optimum.water is one of the most important things. ... (2 replies)
... In order to understand the "Why of addiction" you must understand what addiction does to the addicts brain. ... (22 replies)
... Your body and brain are physically going through changes as they adjust to life without alcohol. I think that is one reason why you feel a bit flat right now. ... (12 replies)

... r kids.they need to have a sober may also need to have detox monitoring,which theywould be able to do in an inpatient facility.depending on just how much alcohol you have been consuming,once you go without it,as you may already be aware,you will most certainly go thru withdrawls. ... (9 replies)
... You sound very honest about your drinking being a problem which I would think, is have the battle. ... (3 replies)
... that drug was "consumption for a buzz" for 28 years. I quit drinking utilizing positive energy from many sources, i.e. ... (0 replies)
... vice on tapering and how bad the withdrawals will be. At first, it frightened me, so I kept using. The problem with these opiates is the fast pace by which your body develops tolerance. You will find the need to steadily increase your intake to get the same "high". ... (14 replies)
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Oct 10, 2004
... Anyway, I don't think it matters if your father thought you had a drinking's do you think you have a drinking problem? ... (28 replies)
... ultrasound done on both liver and kidneys to simply make certain that no cystic development has decided to close off that very critical portal vein that runs out from that liver. ... (7 replies)
... kidney disease but from what his GI doc said,he had the liver of someone who drank for like forty years and it was pretty much the same as having cirrhosis. ... (5 replies)
... hardest drugs to stop taking, but to me it's very easy. I get 90 a month, and I always run out because I've become so dependent, that sometimes I take 2 or 3 in order to keep anxiety attacks at bay. But Effexor... ... (4 replies)

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