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... Are these normal symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal? ... (3 replies)
... Some studies have shown some benefit from naltrexone and campral in relieving alcohol urges, but antabuse is the only drug that would ensure no relapses as long as you kept taking it. ... (3 replies)
... under the circumstances.as with any drug that your body is used to having,it will notice when it is not there anymore.this is the dependancy part of things.your brain wants it and your body does too.this just needs to be done under the supervision of your primary doc,just for these types of reasons. ... (3 replies)

... it's my experience that alcohol withdrawals are actually sugar withdrawals. have you noticed your diet and any changes in it regarding sugar? ... (3 replies)
... The thing is the anxiety is something i have never experienced before,and the brain fog too is scary. ... (1 replies)
Zombie brain?
Sep 27, 2006
... However, I have been experiencing loads of anxiety, panic attacks and my brain literaly feels like someone injected it with Novocaine. ... (0 replies)
... tle bit more insight to how bad I really was..And how I don't want to be ever again.Today I woke up ashamed, feeling like a fake,and totally emotionally flat.The brain fog, the screaming insides, the physical depression was temporarily gone, but I didn't feel real. ... (13 replies)
... and came off alcohol with some trouble but did it. He never drank anything for the next 20 years. He moved in with his girlfriend whose condo had toxic mold. ... (0 replies)
... medicating with alcohol. My problem was that I was requiring more and more alcohol to get to where I would feel normal. Or what I THOUGHT was normal. Turns out people around me thought I was just a drunk nut. ... (6 replies)
... eventually focus on what might REALLY be important to think about for that day. Sort of like an editing process for me. Getting out some of that garbage first. Brain Drain really is a good name for it! ... (19 replies)
... roblem I just believe there is help for you. Your unhappy sober your unhappy drunk your just unhappy with your life but cant fight all the other things plus the alcohol to get past it. That fog your feeling is probably normal your brain is probably misfiring and triggering these feelings. ... (6 replies)
... My arms and legs are still achy and my stomach feels a little woosie. I feel like I am in a fog and I am a little depressed and have a general sense of doom. I can't wait for my brain to get back to normal. ... (7 replies)




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