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Does shaking ever stop? by Phyllis Worthingshit - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:46:08 EST ID:AyYZtc6y No.29040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I used to drink liquor heavily for 3 years before going to rehab. Now im going 3 months sober, but my still shake. Have I given myself these for life? Another alcoholic said they never go away. I cant find any other info on the prognosis online.

I tried taking beta blockers too, but my hand still shakes when working with tools.

Help?
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Hamilton Blubblenack - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 22:05:56 EST ID:XCl6Sc9E No.29043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>29040
Some doctors say it can last. Could try a reset button and drink again. Not a great idea. In all these may stop, try using your habds in different ways. Umm, I think
a benozo like clonazapam would work after a reset, then a few weeks of clonazapam would fix this. May sound waay off but 3 months is a long time to shake. Benzos taken for a short while may quiet down what is causing the shakes. Shaking and trying to accomplish what would be basically easy
tasks sucks.

I doubt these would last for life, otherwise a good part of the population would be noticably shaky.
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Sidney Hurringstit - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 14:45:37 EST ID:4gyE4GE1 No.29047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have the shakes from a psychiatric med called Aripiprazole and they're permanent. My doctor prescribes propranolol and benadryl, which helps a little bit but not entirely. No idea if they would help you.


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