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Suffering from alcoholism. Sudden dizziness. Explanation?

Hi there, I am the 34yr old male who is in the mid to late stages of alcoholism . I have limited my drinking to weekends, which is a huge improvement from the daily drinking I had done for some time. Lately sometimes when I drink I will faint. Not pass out on a couch or bed, but I will suddenly drop like a stone . It doesn t matter if I m in mid sentence, standing or sitting, at home or in public. I do come to directly after, but have no symptoms prior ( dizziness etc). I m curious if you have seen this before and perhaps have an explanation?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hi warp3 ! It is really great improvement. But i am think are you allergic to alcohol now, are your lymph node get swollen when you drink. Just start orange juice, multi vitamines and do consult a doctor about this may be you are anemic too. Take care. Bye.
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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