Alcohol poisoning shaking

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i would like to know why i have very bad shaking fits while drinking alcohol i have been a big drinker for many years,i used to drink larger but since my hernia operation i cannot drink anything fizzy so now i drink whiskey and have done so for many years,my vision also goes and i also have blackouts.
I have a weak stomach and I have always considered that my safety net from alcohol poisoning. I always thought that I would start throwing up long before alcohol poisoning could even become an issue, since throwing up would make me stop drinking that night. But in my reading, I have learned that drinking hard liquor really quickly can actually dangerously slow down your gag reflexes so you aren't guaranteed to throw up efficiently. I have never been one to drink very often....
i to have the shaking on the inside this started after i had a thyroid lobectomy had loads of blood tests, only thing showing is raised white cells, had three lots of antibiotics no change still getting them, my whole body feels like it is shaking but no one can see it, i hate it. The doctor is sending me to see a neurologist i hope he can figure this out, i feel like i am going mad as i know its there but no one can see it. my thyroid function is normal, so are all other blood tests.
I was discharged around 4 hours later and was told I had food poisoning. I didn't drink alcohol and was very careful about what I ate for 2 weeks afterwards. I then went out again and had 3 vodka and cokes, the same thing happened again but less severe as I consumed less alcohol. So someone suggested I switch drinks, I tried 1 beer and was fine. I had 3 beers 2 weeks ago and the same shaking, nausea etc happened again!
Hi I'm a senior at the University of Dayton and went out Saturday night and drank a lot of alcohol ranging from vodka to mixed drinks. I woke up in the morning with uncontrollable shaking and felt terrible (headache, swelling of my face, nausea). This has never happened to me before and after taking some advil the shivering went away about 2 hours after but i broke out in to a cold sweat for the rest of the day.
Every time I would try it was like I had food poisoning. Shaking, vomitting, nausea, sweating... It sucked. I went to several doctors who all told me that it happens to women. No real reason. I THOUGHT THAT WAS BS. So after many many tests.... Endoscopy, coloscopy, blood work, acid reduction treatments etc....I finally figured out that I'm suffering from SIBO. Small Intestinal Batecteria Overgrowth.
I'm shaking and my muscles just don't seem to be as controlled as they should. I fear that I may have had (or still have) alcohol poisoning or had been subjected to rufilin. I have a pretty strong history of anxiety and depression. Should I seek medical help, or just pass these symptoms off as anxiety?
he needs to call a doc and get some fluids in him/IV fluids...he needs to call a doc or go to the ER...detoxing from alcohol can be a wicked process to do without help...alcoholic patients come in for a procedure at my hosptial and a couple of days later things get bad.....he needs help....tell him to call or go to the er...
If I had more than a few sips it was like I had food poisoning. Shaking, vomitting, nausea, sweating... It sucked. I went to several doctors who all told me that it happens to women. No real reason. I THOUGHT THAT WAS BS. So after many many tests.... Endoscopy, coloscopy, blood work, acid reduction treatments etc....I finally figured out that I'm suffering from SIBO. Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth.
I know it is his intention to take the drug again and in conjunction w/ alcohol. He is not aware that I know. How long does the drug stay in one's system? Can we, as parents, buy a drug test to randomly give him? How dangerous is this drug? How can we tell if he is under the influence?
But in the future don't drink so much. This is called alcohol poisoning and you can die from it. Please if you do drink again, do so moderately and learn what your limit is. - My limit is 1/2 beer, after that my nose gets numb.
I am not drinking any alcohol either. Please give me some advice because I am tired of missing work and time with my family. Thank you.
Have you had a 24 hour provoked urine test to test for heavy metals poisoning?For example mercury poisoning which can give symptoms of palpitations,personality changes etc. Also a test for lymes disease might be worth considering if you havn't already had that and another avenue that might be worth looking into is a good Chinese medicine practioner but maybe not just anyone but someone with high knowledge. Did you also receive a tilttable test at the cardiologists? http://www.dentalwellness4u.
“The last thing that is making me ask this question is that there has been two occasions around a year apart when I experienced what I think was alcohol withdrawals after drinking heavily” This could be withdrawal but more likely alcohol poisoning. Here are some things about it I think you should know: Alcohol depresses nerves that control involuntary actions such as breathing and the gag reflex (which prevents choking). A fatal dose of alcohol will eventually stop these functions.
Consuming alcohol may cause a person with pre-existing liver problems not to have the ability to process alcohol and thus cause what is termed as alcohol poisoning. Hopefully someone from the hospital staff can give you more information as to the cause of the liver inflammation and hope he has a successful recovery.
And everything from the stuff I read says that alcohol poisoning side effects are totally different than what I have described here. I'm positive this has something to do with his drinking habit - has anyone had this happen before and recieved medical help for it? He knows that he has to stop drinking like that but... I really wish I knew if it was from liver failure, alcohol poisoning or what - guess I just need to put a name on it so we can get him medical help (aka AA - I know).
Other causes include the use of drugs (such as amphetamines, caffeine, corticosteroids, SSRI), alcohol abuse or withdrawal, mercury poisoning, Phenylketonuria. overactive thyroid or liver failure. Tremors can be an indication of hypoglycemia, along with palpitations, sweating and anxiety. Tremor can also be caused from lack of sleep or vitamins, or Stress (biological)stress.
I am 23years old, First symptoms i had of Pheochromocytoma it was one day i got up in the morning from after the day before i had some drinks of alcohol with some friends and i was super thirsty and decide to get a cup of water and as soon as i drink the last drop i trow up really quick n decide to have another one n it happens the same.later i started getting lightheaded and my stomach my bothering me so much so i decide to laid down in my bed n i went to sleep.
You are lucky you are alright because when your body is trying to eject the alcohol in this manor it is usually caused by alcohol poisoning. Good thing you didn't relax your brain to the point that you stoped breathing. I recommend to NOT drink this much again.
alcohol thing before trying not to do this ct I just ended up waking up looking for whatever alcohol i had left sick and shaking even worse. A drunk dope sick withdrawing from alcohol and drugs. I would suggest not no but heck no!! I guess if one were to suggest that has never been on a vodka binge while withdrawing from the drugs.
I am 23 years old , and my concerns all started 1 morning after waking up really thirsty because i had some many alcohol drinks the night before with some friends, and since i didn't want that night before going to sleep to be later really be thirsty or have a huge hang over next morning, so i drink raspberry ice tea and it had a lot of sugar on it and a lot of the powder of the raspberry that night and i was even still thirsty that night while i was drinking only the juice with out alcohol.
Over the last couple of months I have noticed that my hands are shaking more than usual. They only shake when I am trying to use them like holding a spoon to eat soup. The degree at which they shakes varies at any given time from severe to mild. I have also started to have muscle spasms in my arms and legs a couple of times per day. The spasms are not continuous, just come and go like flipping on a light switch. The shaking occasionally extends to my arms and sometimes in my legs.
If anyone has ever died from mixing such a small amount of Alprazolam and a couple drinks then I have never heard of such a thing. One can also get alcohol poisoning and die from drinking too much too fast and Xanax is not required. I feel really bad about the young poster in which greenlydia said died from a combination of Alprazolam and Alcohol, but I would have to ask the question of "how much Xanax and alcohol she combined?" My guess is that it was a hefty amount of both.
I am embarrassed to admit that for the last 2 months I have been abusing cheap scotch, to the point where my daily consumption grew from 1/2 pt/day to a pt or more.For weeks I have had no appetite and throw up daily. Last weekend I polished off 1.75 liter by Sat 5pm and spent the rest of sun & mon in bed vomiting and shaking with the chills. I vomited so much, I thought I had alcohol poisoning. I just noticed blood in my urine. Could this be from damaging my kidneys or what?
i had a bad episode of shaking tingling lips buzzing in ears ect told doctor and is now sending me to a neurologist............ and its hard to see a nother doctor as once one has said its down to pannik attacks they then all say that?
Brain damage from possible upper respiratory infection, ear infection (leading to meningitis or encephalitis), wisdom teeth infection, B12 deficiency/Pernicious Anemia (already present GI Tract Problems), Heavy Metal Poisoning (from smoking metal shavings out of a pipe). I also have a history of drug abuse. My past drug abuse in order includes: Generic allergy pills (I took 16 of them twice two years ago!
Brain damage from possible upper respiratory infection, ear infection (leading to meningitis or encephalitis), wisdom teeth infection, B12 deficiency/Pernicious Anemia (already present GI Tract Problems), Heavy Metal Poisoning (from smoking metal shavings out of a pipe). I also have a history of drug abuse. My past drug abuse in order includes: Generic allergy pills (I took 16 of them twice two years ago!
Brain damage from possible upper respiratory infection, ear infection (leading to meningitis or encephalitis), wisdom teeth infection, B12 deficiency/Pernicious Anemia (already present GI Tract Problems), Heavy Metal Poisoning (from smoking metal shavings out of a pipe). I also have a history of drug abuse. My past drug abuse in order includes: Generic allergy pills (I took 16 of them twice two years ago!
Brain damage from possible upper respiratory infection, ear infection (leading to meningitis or encephalitis), wisdom teeth infection, B12 deficiency/Pernicious Anemia (already present GI Tract Problems), Heavy Metal Poisoning (from smoking metal shavings out of a pipe). I also have a history of drug abuse. My past drug abuse in order includes: Generic allergy pills (I took 16 of them twice two years ago!
So i crawled to the toilet and threw up like I had alcohol poisoning. I was drinking the 1st night (maybe 6 beers) so IDK if that caused it, but the second day there was no alcohol involved and I still woke nauseated... Thank you for the tips with the stomach problems. I have been bloated/gassy/constipated/and crampy since taking the Ativan (2 months). I would appreciate any type of suggestions you have for me. Thank you in advance!
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