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Well, at home treatment is OK. The main issue is intake to begin with. Say I drank a pint a day, same through the night. Sleeping in between. Wake up kinda sick, moments later you really just need a drink, fast. a few drinks changes everything and start to feel like normal in just merely 5, 10 minutes. Wide awake, clearer thinking and minutes after waking up.
Problem is people don't stop there because they suddenly just feel good, maybe start feeling sick again pretty quickly, so they drink more. Which usually is enough to keep a steady feeling. But then after take a shot every so often, and it's drink again time after a few hours of this. So it's back to drinking all day, sleep, wake up and drink all night.
Not sure how bad off he it but it' all not good at all.
SO by the time this cycle waking and drinking to feek Ok starts going though, one is closer to being as drunk as the night before. Felling good, but then just drink again in a couple few hours. It's a strange cycle.
Overall simply limiting the intake can make a difference in a day and even better two days later. 3 days.
Benzos, can basically detox in 3, days, still feel crappy, day 4 is almost normal. Can detox at home as easily unless one is really about to actually need to get to an emergency room very quickly. Benzos work welll I understand but if they aren't helping one must get them to an ER.
Tranxene (Clorazepate) is a good drug for detoxing and minimizing detox symptoms in a short time. librium, valium.
Just have to have enough on hand to take when one starts to feel 'off.' Don't ignore the off feelings. They can creep up and could have serious complications really fast. So taking more pills when needed is the best option instead of waiting.
zofran injection or pill form Ondansetron as somebody mentioned, this drug my keep a person from really wanting to drink. If one does not drink while taking Ondansetron for like one two weeks after not drinking other things will fill
in the empty spaces tat alcohol left open.
Anyway, most every Dr I have talked to, some are kinda like well people just drink, and others are like
keep up this level of drinking or drinking (binge drinking) period you will simply die. And yes, the DRs I have ever talked to about the subject who were dramatic about alcohol abuse, had have a brother, father whomever die strictly from alcohol overuse. Not much more to say but alcohol is very hard on you body. Not just your liver, lives are genrlly resilient, even self-repairable if one quits drinking in time.. The body as a whole though. It can only handle soo much, so even starting reducing alcohol intake on an daily nightly basis, even just a bi. Each day night makes a massive difference between really physically needing a drink or feeling fairly ok waking up and not needing a drink within
a few minutes .