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Drunk vodka, had vitamin b6. What s this all about?

On Tuesday I went around my friends and drunk a glass full of vodka in about 2 minutes at 11:00. It took me , ,until 4:00 to recover slightly but still felt like I was in a dream, and ever now and then I kept coming back to reality wondering what just happened. So, my friends walked me home not knowing it would be this bad, I took some vitamin B6 (All I had on me) thinking it would help me metabolize the effects, and I went to bed.

I felt gout in my legs, my heart was stopping in my sleep which was waking me up, I couldn't feel my chest, it went numb. I woke up feeling okay though.

Next, it turned into night time, which was yesterday night. I felt like I wasn't in reality again, very relaxed feeling and I still feel like it today, as if I'm in a dream although my motor function is okay.

Getting scary actually because I don't want it to last forever.

What do I do? What is this?
I haven't done weed. And it was the first time I've got drunk, not knowing the effects will be this bad
I don't think it is alcohol, it was two days ago sinse I drank and it takes like 24 hours for the effects to go away,,
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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You are experiencing a hangover.

Vodka is a drink with a very high alcoholic content

Alcohol intoxication alters liver function thus causes

It also alters brain function thus causing altered speech,
poor motor function, sedation etc.

Alcohol intoxication rather causes decrease in vit b1.

What you need to do is eat heavily, rest and get some
paracetamol to reduce headache.

Best regards
Dr Achuo
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. B. Vineet Mohan's  Response

What you are describing sounds like regular intoxication to me. You had a high dose of alcohol introduced into your body. It is nothing to be alarmed about. The fact that you did not recover after 2 days means that you might still be suffering some of the effects of the alcohol.

Alcohol taken in huge amounts can cause hypoglycemia. And this effect can continue for a few days. What you should do is to drink some lemon juice which has lots of sugar in it. By drinking this you will be able to replenish the loss of sugar that you have. I hope this helps you.

Dr Vineet
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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