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... at times I could actually feel the blood rush to my head. Red veins started to appear in my eyes. This would last for hours. Also at times started shivering in normal temperature. Lasted for about 30 minutes. ... (7 replies)
... I was on another forum awhile back and remember reading a thread where everyone was agreeing how thirsty they were while going through withdrawal and how all they wanted to do was drink, drink, drink. ... (6 replies)
... Alcohol withdrawal can be fatal. You don't say how long it has been since you had even a little alcohol. ... (7 replies)

... Delayed alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Is this possible? ... (1 replies)
... Best of luck to you. Make sure you keep tabs on your blood pressure and pulse. Alcohol withdrawals are some of the most dangerous because of the risk of seizures and the wildly fluctuating BP and HR. ... (4 replies)
... Thank's for the reply. Well, I have been chewing nicotine gum which is working well for me but the alcohol is another matter entirely. ... (17 replies)
... hypertension, but nothing severe. my question pertained to alcohol withdrawal, not high blood pressure. ... (4 replies)
... Are these normal symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal? ... (3 replies)
... Because I've recieved no replies overnight it looks like I am the only one here who has ever had these same symptoms while going through alcohol withdrawal. I feel all alone now and like maybe a really DO have some horrible disease that is causing some of these symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... you tell a doc. everything that you tell us on this board, they should be able to help you figure out what is causing your symptoms, cause you already know that alcohol is causing your problems, right? ... (2 replies)
... all of these normal while detoxing off beer? ... (2 replies)
... e rehab he got extremely sick and was put in the hospital. His liver was starting to fail, and the doctor told him he had to quit drinking, that one more sip of alcohol and he would be dead. His temp was spiking to 106, they'd ice him down and get him normal again, then back up it went. ... (2 replies)
... I figured I should wait at least until I feel normal and my brain has adjusted back to normal with no alcohol before introducing another drink. ... (11 replies)
... Reachout- Thank you for your post. I really think you're right, and I'm going to talk to my wife about going to an AA meeting... I have been to AA meetings before. When I was a teenager I got into a lot of trouble and was put in Charter for behavioral and depression reasons, when I got out I went to an alternative school for the "bad kids" and then ended up getting into more... (11 replies)
... The good news is YOU CAN GET THROUGH THIS. The body will adjust to NOT having alcohol but you need to let it cry out. Eat plenty of stuff with sugar in it and find someone, anyone to talk to about what you are feeling.... ... (17 replies)
... our physical and psychological health... I quit cold turkey after a couple years of drinking on a close to daily basis. I was unable to follow my own rules of no alcohol on work nights. I simply could not not drink... So I stopped, cold turkey. ... (11 replies)
... :bouncing: Normal is what? Hah! Good for you...you're doing great! (17 replies)
... just checking things out with your doc and discussing just what you posted here would help YOU alot and also just help to ease your mind that things are normal for your particular situation.you just need to be safe. ... (3 replies)
... thirst was normal for me whan i stopped drinking, headaches, confusion, and racing thoughts. for me it was the hangover to end all hangovers. ... (6 replies)
... Hi again! Well, I'm on day four now and the stomach problems and sweats are gone as are the urges to drink. The only things remaining are kind of an foggy-headed feeling, some irritability and bouts of pretty severe depression (which I read are all withdrawal symptoms). I don't know how long it will be before I feel completely normal whatever it is it will have been well... (17 replies)


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