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... Yea, I agree, my anxiety was always worse after a night of heavy drinking. ... (13 replies)
... I can speak from experience that it does happen. I made the stupid mistake of drinking far too much on Friday. Its SUnday night and I am still paying the price. Yesterday was scared to move, thought I ruined my work life and some friendships. ... (13 replies)
... This has been a problem for me too. If I have a heavy night of drinking then I really pay for it the next day. Panic Attacks, Anxiety, Depression, bad thoughts.....the works. ... (13 replies)

... anxiety has not gone away, but not drinking has definitely helped. ... (13 replies)
... I have figured this out to that drinking does not work well with my panic/anxiety the next day. I feel great the night out drinking, but the next day I'm sick, depressed, and not wanting to do anything. It's just not worth it. I will go 2 weeks without a drink, and for some reason will go to the bar on a Friday night. Saturday morning it's the same old thing..feeling all... (13 replies)
... I recently figured out that unfortunate truth. And I made a big mistake and quit drinking cold turkey. Thank god I had my Xanax with me when I was at work because I collapsed on the third day and almost had a seizure. ... (13 replies)
... I know this sounds to easy but just stop drinking, alcohol, caffeine, and tobacco if you do and I promise your anxiety will get better some. ... (13 replies)
... out drinking, the next day is terrible for me and it will bring me right back to how I felt before my good phase. Drives me crazy. If you don't want to give up drinking completely, try staying away from hard alcohol and drink beer. And even then, don't get completely obliterated. ... (13 replies)
... Would an extended break from drinking help me? ... (13 replies)
... around me think I am just having a bad hangover when in reality it is full blown panic. I do take breaks from drinking and my friends never pressure me so I know it looks weird when I stop all of a sudden. Days like this I envy people who are so carefree. ... (13 replies)
... Hi. It's called "rebound anxiety". It's the price you pay, and only you can judge if it's worth it. Distracting yourself by forcing yourself to do something might help. (13 replies)
... ing from so the possiblity of it bieng "laced" is less than zero. I do NOT want to start popping pills right and left because my dad is severly addicted to xanax after 10 years of use and I dont want to be like that. I just want this constant state of anxiety and panic attacks to go away. ... (4 replies)
Freeway Driving
Mar 23, 2007
... About July of last year I decided to try to come to grips with my panic issues. After trial and error I found my years of heavy drinking were somehow causing an anxiety reaction under certain circumstances. I quit drinking for three months and my driving panic attacks disappeared. ... (3 replies)
... I get the same thing. A lot lately. Been hitting the drinks way too hard and have been getting panic attacks back again...So Im off the booze for a while, get myself back on track..its the only solution. good luck (to us both)! (13 replies)
... i notice exactly the same thing. I usually sleep it off or take some more medication. Unless you really value the nights out it is probably best to stop them. I should take my advice also. I find it is much worse if I am generally stressed and busy and struggling to cope at the time. (13 replies)
... I used to have that a lot when I drank. It was horrible. My counselor at the time said it was shame attacks. I don't drink anymore and haven't in years. I would suggest trying life sober. Need to learn some coping skills for life. =) I mean, no drinker wants to hear that, but as an ex drinker, it's the best thing for your body and mind. =) (13 replies)
... I have been on this meds for about two years now. I drink every weekend on it. Not always heavy but sometimes it is extremely heavy. I have notice that I get drunk a lot faster then I use to. I started off slower with a drink or two and worked my way up. ... (3 replies)
... pints of larger on a fri and sat night after a hard weeks work, like most people in the UK. ... (17 replies)
... For five years I've had a steady, chronic pain on the left side of my chest. After four years worth of inconclusive tests, I later began to develop heavy shortness of breath and palpitations. ... (3 replies)
Please help me
Mar 24, 2004
... this is normal. even after being off meds completely it can take a month or two for withdrawl symptoms to go away completely. ... (4 replies)




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