Dizziness

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Does anyone else get major dizziness followed by a massive panic attack where you feel like you are going to pass out? This is happening at 8:30 I’m so scared 😟 

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    Yes....absolutely. I suffer from anxiety disorder and sometimes I'm so dizzy I can barely walk the dogs. (I'm not breathing correctly too.) Also, alcohol consumption increases dizziness even after you start to cut down, all part of withdrawal but monitor and never hesitate to see a doctor. It could be something different....I'm dizzy while having anxiety or panic and when it hits real hard that's when a Bloody Mary was my only instant cure THUS here I am now using TSM to end my bad habits and control the anxiety and dizziness.) It's awful but for me I know it's related to alcohol.

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    Hi. Yes I get dizziness as a symptom of migraine associated vertigo and a bad attack causes panic.  It comes and goes.  Sometimes but not always it's worse if I've drunk a lot the night before.  Have you seen your doctor?  There are meds to help dizziness.  Best wishes.

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      Thank you. Yes, I saw a Dr and they put me in touch with a detox place who said I don’t drink enough for them to help and should just stick to miniature bottles and wean myself. I’m drinking from 8am in the morning otherwise I have massive withdrawals, I don’t actually ever drink to get drunk anymore, just to curb the withdrawals. I’m really not sure how bad you have to be to get help!
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      If you are at that level you definitely need to detox and are dependent. I was the exact same way, starting with drinks in the morning till having a large amount to sleep at night. I too am using TSM now and might have a couple of drinks on the weekend. I was a functioning, full time worker consuming 20+ shots a day. Google TSM/Naltexone and see if it can help you. You are also going to have to do a serious detox and that can be scary. Keep us posted.
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    Yeah, Anxiety and if you have been Drinking for a long time, possible damage to your Heart would make you feel dizzy and want to pass out. Go to the Docs and get your O2 levels checked out (The little peg on the finger thing).
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