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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 04:24
no thats what happens when your body finally absorbs enough alchohol that it reacts. which is why, were never supposed to drive and drink we may be ok one minuet than the next we get arrested for drunk driving. its never desirable for us to be in a situation that we have no self control. no good comes from it. believe me. [thats what land people in jail, eventually] id suggest, go without drinkng for a month , if its without cravings, you not an alchoholic yet, thank goodness, but if you cant do it, well, you may wish to change that. keep drinking like that and you will end up with diabetes first, obesity second, liver damage third, and youll always be broke. you dont want to live life like that. plus, its not worth supporting the liquor manufacturers, they dont pay the rent.
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 04:37
You probably drink faster exponentially as the day goes by. Try to notice your buzz before the threshold of blackout, than maintain by not chugging or drinking faster. Its like rolling down a hill that is so steep, by the time you are enjoying the ride you are going as fast as possible and you end up at the bottom way to soon. Make the hill less steep or apply the brakes at the halfway point.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 08:19
You're drinking too much. Your doctor will help you cut back.
Answer #4 | 21/12 2013 03:32
You've become tolerant of the perceivable effects of alcohol consumption, but your body and brain have not become tolerant of the actual physical effects. I don't know how common that is, but I have experienced the same thing. After a good several drinks, even if I don't feel drunk, at some point my mind just cuts out, and next thing I know I wake up. I take it as a clear sign to cut down on the drinking..... or quit, if you can't manage to cut down.

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