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Hand Shaking Alcohol
Most people will: Most people who drink too much and have actual withdrawals will get those 2 symptoms to some degree. For some they may be more severe depending on factors such as the amount of alcohol comsumed prior. Some people may get more severe symptoms such a dt's, hallucinations and seizure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I drink I get really cold, to the point where my entire body is shaking, is this considered alcohol poisoning?
So I was told I have an essential tremor and alcohol will stop the shaking but it actually makes them worse any suggestions I just want them to stop?
Be skeptical: Alcohol does temporarily assist tremors, and caffeine may accentuate, but your best control measures might be Primidone for drugs, and weighted bracelets for stability without drugs. If too disabling, in rare cases, deep brain stimulation has been employed, but really a very last resort. ...Read more
I'm going through alcohol withdrawal - nausea shaking. I'm on day ten. How long will they last and will a few drinks hurt / set me back?
Alcohol withdrawal: Alcohol withdrawal symptoms usually get worse within 48-72 hours after the last drink, and can persist for 2 weeks or longer sometimes. Yes, if you have a few drinks now, it could set you back. Part of the problem with alcohol dependency is inability to control how much you drink, once you start. See your physician about this; meds may help & you may also need some thiamine shots as well. ...Read more
Small amt alcohol (1/4 gl wine, etc) cause chills/sweats, headache, shaking, floating feeling. No flush, big person, caucasian, one drink rarely. Why?
Neuro. exam norml. Having shaking, muscle twitch, paresthesia, panic atck triggered by anything that effects arousal level (exercise, alcohol, etc.).
Combining toxins ...: Combining the toxic effects of alcohol and nicotine on one's brain and other parts of his body can cause noticeable problems. When symptoms show up, it's time to return to the doctor to work out a plan to stop taking in the toxins. The doctor can also check to see if there is an underlying disease that is causing the shaking, with the alcohol and nicotine exaggerating the underlying disorder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: The differential diagnosis for tremor is quite large, i.e. there are many possible causes, ranging from too much caffeine, to anxiety, to a host of neurological disorders. See your primary care doctor and if he/she can't figure it out, ask for a referral to a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: I imagine that you are talking about an albuterol inhaler. This is not an unusual occurrence. Albuterol (the drug in proair, ventolin, and proventil) is a beta agonist. This means it can activate part of the sympathetic nervous system, the fight or flight system. Some docs will offer you xopenox, another similar inhaler, because some feel that it causes effects like this less often. It is very $$. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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