Alcohol withdrawal symptoms

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Stevie Freestein II, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. The Lonious Monk

    The Lonious Monk Midfield

    I take Krill oil supplements every morning. Helps keep the mind sharp, too.

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    I get them via Amazon.
     
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  2. The Archer

    The Archer Striker

    Aye i’ve had some talking therapy in the past but I think I was past the worst of what I was going through at the time so not sure how much use it was. It’s alright knowing the theory behind why you feel like you do but as with anything it’s finding the right tools that suit you as an individual.

    It sounds like you have got through things once so you i’m sure you will do so again.

    Good luck.
     
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  3. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    Nope I prefer a fishy aftertaste.
     
  4. Thank you I am going for a long run tomorrow and I’m working through some DIY jobs that had backed up which added to my sense of being overwhelmed.

    I might need a few more weeks off work ;)
     
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  5. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    That looks dodgy ^ poor spelling and you can see the guy taking the photo in the reflection in the bottle.
     
  6. The Archer

    The Archer Striker

    To be fair if your work are supportive take the time off. I had a couple of weeks off which seemed like an age at the time but in the big picture it’s no time at all really. Did shorter hours for a bit too, on advice of the GP & work were good about it.
     
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  7. Chinese monkey jizz I reckon.

    Ta again I will speak to them on Monday.
     
  8. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    Took them 2 attempts to spell 130 too.

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  9. The Lonious Monk

    The Lonious Monk Midfield

    :lol:

    you fucking loon:lol:

    It was the first image I found on the internet for the brand I use, fucker. :lol:

    fuck, pal, I wish
     
  10. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    :p
     
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  11. The Rat

    The Rat Winger

    I mean in this inthe nicest way but you weren't drinking enough for those problems like

    Doesn't mean you shouldn't get a bit help
     
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  12. The Butcher

    The Butcher Winger

    Hmmmm I dont think alcohol is the problem more just anxiety taking bit more control for you?. I have been thinking about my own drinking lately, heavy binge drinker till 30s, then random nights out but always have a few on weekends and normally a wed night. Struggling to break the wed night habit as i clutch a glass of red. Strange how you dont think you have a problem but dont want to be without. Never had a week off drink for 30 year I’d say.
     
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  13. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    It is for me as I get pissed all the time.
     
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  14. Hue Jorgan

    Hue Jorgan Midfield

    What a refreshing change a thread with lot of good sensible replies (apart from the odd pleb)
    Why I still read this place
    Take a bow
     
  15. cluffy

    cluffy Striker

    I just got sick of waking up for a puss in the night
     
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  16. You could fit a cat flap?

    I had another bout of urticaria (hives) last night but it settled down an hour after taking an antihistamine tablet. It’s a bugger when your sleep is interrupted though.

    Thank you for posting I hope that some of this thread has been helpful?
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018
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  17. Mango killa

    Mango killa Full Back

    Well done for doing something about it and threads like this hopefully encourage more blokes to go and get help if they need it as the macho culture of men stops them addressing health problems head on. Good for you.
     
  18. redgauntlet

    redgauntlet Striker

    Alcohol does relieve anxiety and stress in the shirt term, until it wears off. In the long term, it makes anxiety and/or depression a lot worse. I used to have half a bottle of wine at night, not much and I enjoyed it. A year ago I broke my pelvis, a bit too easily. Had to have a liver scan, it was ok. It set me thinking, so I now have no wine from Sunday to Friday, half a bottle Friday and Saturday. I could still have it every night but I don’t really want to anymore. I had raised pressure in my eyes, they have been normal for the last year. My blood pressure has gone from high to perfect, I feel better and have more energy. I sleep like a baby. Anxiety levels are low, not depressed. I never had any weight problem but I have lost a few pounds, try it, not for a week or a month but as a lifestyle change.
     
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  19. Honestly mate I just skip over everyone’s posts except yours.
     
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  20. This. I never drink to get pissed, but do drink almost every day, but never to cope with stress. If i occasionally have one or two too many, and i feel it the next day, i almost always have a day off. I never feel any better for that day off though. In my mind, the only problem excess alcohol gives me is trying to burn off all those calories, so that i don't put on weight.
     

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