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Sep 16, 2005
... The intensity of PAW creates stress, and stress aggravates PAW and makes it more severe. At times of low stress, the symptoms get better and may even go away. ... (0 replies)
... Hi I'll be on my 8'th day sober tommorow and over the last 3 days (along with all of the other unpleasant symptoms of withdrawal), my mouth has been extremely dry and every now and then (especially toward the evenings), I'll get this sort of impulse to go drink something (not alcohol though). It's not like I'm extremely thirsty or's more like I'll just feel... (6 replies)
... to end all hangovers. it lasted for about a week, then VERY, VERY, gradually tapered off. my body was going through changes, chemical, and physical. the daily alcohol is missing and there seemed to be a void in my head. i fill it with spirituality daily. and this works for me. ... (6 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)
... I actually got started using drugs by using alcohol and pot when I was 14 and 15. ... (15 replies)
... I had surgery twice the first time I had the worst dry mouth and the Dr told me that was brought on my nerves and anxiety so the dry mouth could be caused by that it sounds like your nerves are hanging by a thread. Try some ice chips or sucking on some hard candy. The second time I went in for surgery I wasnt as nervous since I knew what to expect and when I woke up my mouth... (6 replies)
... LT Its okay. the W/D'S your having are not that bad, a little bit of a dry mouth isn't anything to get so worked up over. You don't have a horrible disease, its the hypochondriac syndrome you have that is causing you to feel like you have some horrible awful disease, but you don't. Do you see a Dr for that condition? Maybe you need to call your Dr and discuss your feelings... (6 replies)
... Hey there. Im not sure about the w/d sym you are having. Stay strong and remember why you are quitting. I would get in with the dr. that gave you scripts for the benzos and other drugs. They will have a diff effect on you sinc you quit drinking. Good luck, tim (6 replies)
... Hi LT: I think you're doing a wonderful job at battling with sobriety.The dry mouth is probably a combination of PAWS and the benzo your taking.Just try and keep your mouth moist either by drinking small amounts of water or better yet gatorade or some type of sport drink.If you can take a couple advil gelcaps for the aches and pains (headache).It's also really important that... (6 replies)

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