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Quit Drinking Always Tired
Been real heavy drinker. Quit drinking been 7 days & started running. Have no withdrawals other than being extremely tired, but seem to sleep at night?
Up to you: It's up to you of course -- but i hope you'll feel like getting into a recovery program to maintain your sobriety and find new ways of enjoying your life. Congratulations for deciding to quit drinking. For most people, this is a moment-by-moment decision -- and supports like aa help. ...Read more
That would be a good: Move for weight loss. In a study which was supported by the national heart, lung ; blood institute, it was noted that use of diet sodas is related to ^’ed fasting blood glucose levels ; that the risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus is higher in people who drink at least 1 diet soda per day vice people who don’t drink them. Regular sodas are loaded with calories that have no nutrionitional benefit. ...Read more
Possible-yes/Safe?: Yes, one can quit cold turkey. Depending on the lenght of drinking and amount of drinking, safety may be a real factor. I have seen people withdraw adequately on their own. However, I do not recommend this without medical supervision. Dt's/withdrawal can be a life threatening process and require days and days in an ICU on high doses of IV medications. Get help! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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