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Out of interest...did anyone suffer snezzing fits when they were drinking/drunk?

My mum and I used to have a debat about them...she would say they were 'spice' related and I would say they were 'alcohol' related.

(My neighbour drinks one too many and I often here him sneezing).

Whilst here, I know one thing I dont miss and that is reaching when cleaning your teeth in the mornings. Happens occasionally to me now and I am grateful to be sober :)

Any other memory joggers would be welcome as I think it is good to think about things like this in sobriety (maybe that is just my sick mind again! haha)
Posted on 01/05/09, 09:10 am
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Reply #1 - 01/05/09  9:15am
" do you mean wretching? cuase i was wondering what you meant by reaching in the morning. Anyway, I don't remember ever sneezing really. I remember the horrible dragon breath in the morning though. I would forget to brush my teeth for a few days sometimes. Or even take a shower.ugh my hair would get dreadlocks. "
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Reply #2 - 01/05/09  9:17am
" Lol...yeah thats the word Rainy, cheers :) "
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Reply #3 - 01/05/09  9:20am
" Yes, I had some pretty intense sneezing episodes when I was in the initial throes of de-toxing. My body was trying to rid itself of alcohol anyway it could. "
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Reply #4 - 01/05/09  9:24am
" No,but I did end up looking somewhat like a llama! "
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Reply #5 - 01/05/09  6:23pm
" Here is a disgusting one, I ended up a morning drinker, but I would always throw up, so I would have a coffee, throw it up in order to get the drink down. YUK and devious or what.
My dad always sneezes when he has whisky. "
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Reply #6 - 01/05/09  6:28pm
" Haha H, I so get that. I heard a share where someone would 'eat' their own vomit so that they didnt waste the alcohol! "
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Reply #7 - 01/05/09  6:46pm
" My nose gets stopped up when I'm drinking. I get sneezing fits anyways and will always sneeze 10 times but I couldn't breath through my nose at night for the longest time. It must have been the alcohol cause now I can! "
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Reply #8 - 01/05/09  6:54pm
" I can't remember, but my husband does when he's had too many, pretty much 6 or 7 in a row. His Dad does too. "
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Reply #9 - 01/05/09  7:09pm
" great post had me thinking i remember sneezing lots when heavily drinking at work with the the boss in next room and just said i had a cold funny how my cold came on in just 5 minutes i also used to go upstairs at work and start wretching and then laying on the cold floor to try and keep it down as not to waste any alcohol as i was sweating the cold floor calmed the sickness if i did throw up i'd be upset that i had wasted alcohol yikes happy to be thinking of it and not practicing in anymore :0) "
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Reply #10 - 01/05/09  7:17pm
" hmmm another memory before i forget short term memory lol is when going for a meal i would hate to go as i could not eat and drink so i'd have my meal then go throw it up so i could just drink drink drink i knew if i ate my body slows down to start working on the food you know when you have a sunday dinner after it your body goes tired cause its working on the food well thats why i threw my meal up so i could just drink aswell as keep my belly empty for just drink hmmmm i dont miss that one bit :0) "

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