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Uncontrollable shaking, breathlessness, leg pain, chronic alcoholic. Taking Restyl, gabapentene. Treatment?

Dear Doctors, I am chronic alcoholic patient. I am taking alcohol for the last 30 years. I am suffering with shaking of hands. I used so many medicines. If I used Restyl 1 mg previously, day time some what better by reducing shaking. Recently, even if I use 1 mg also morning, the shaking is not controllable. I am of the opinion I am feeling psylogical also. In front of others, it is not possible for me to have a cup of tea/coffee because of highly shaking. Pysochological feeling and alcohol consumption, I am not in a position to do my office work. I will eat less. My weight is 57 and my age is also 57. After taking first peg of alcohol, shaking will be coming down night time. I am also thinking of future and afraiding because I have not earned any thing except good name. Mine is a love marriage. No children. Dear Doctors, please advise me. At the time of walking, breathlessness and leg pains. I used gabapentene also. Suggest me please.
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Hi,first of all you should must make a firm resolve to stop should be put on a cleansing juice fast for at least 10 days in the beginning.during this period you should have juice of an orange every two hours from 8am to 8pm.the juice may be diluted with warm water.apples are considerd valuable in the treatment of alcoholism as their ,use removes lntoxication and reduces the craving for wines and other intoxicating should do yoga and pranayam regularly.all refined foods such as sugar,white rice ,macroni products and white flour and meat should be avoided.take care
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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