Alcohol Allergy Causes Many Deaths A Year

Posted by admin on March 18, 2017
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The story of Peggie.
Peggie had an alcohol allergy problem and attended AA meetings. Her cute little Maltese terrier Barney also went along to the meetings with her. Barney sat on her friend Terry’s lap when he chaired the meeting and Barney caused no problem, he simply slept on his lap.

The nasty spiritualists alcohol allergyand Step workers however got together and tried to ban Barney by putting a sign up saying ‘No Dogs Allowed’ Barney couldn’t read and they didn’t know who they were dealing with when they tried that with Terry. He soon let them know in no uncertain terms where the sign belonged and that “Barney was stayin”

Peggie and her husband were successful business people and lived comfortably. Money was no object, never a problem, but Peggie’s drinking due to her alcohol allergy was a problem for them both. She tried so hard to stop and out of desperation in 2014 she booked into another Detox Centre for treatment.

Detox and Rehab Centre

The Centre was the most expensive to date. At a cost of $5,000 per day Peggie stayed there for a month. She thought nothing of paying this kind of money. Peggie had been in and out of Detox Centres many times over the years. When they released her this time she had a certificate to say she would never drink again.

Unfortunately she got drunk that night. This result is expected by the OSM of AA. That’s because she may have been a month without alcohol but was not a month sober. She had not lived a month in society as a sober person. Due to being institutionalized in the Detox Centre. These facts is what is not known and they don’t want it known. That they don’t show results.

Peggie’s husband Max didn’t drink at all. For a start he didn’t like the taste or smell. Peggie often slept on Terry’s lounge rather then go home tipsy, her and Barney. She would put Barney up at the peephole to ensure Terry let them in. She sometimes knocked late at night but she knew Terry loved Barney and so couldn’t resist. Her hubby was very tolerant of her problem and stood by Peggy through thick and thin. He was such a lovely man. Peggie just couldn’t stay stopped from the alcohol for any length of time.

No Sobriety in Meetings

The meetings were not strong enough for her. They used to say in meetings in the old days, “Stick With The Strength” There’s no strength in meetings anymore mainly due to Detox Centres and due to god. “Get god and get drunk” was also said in AA meetings in the old days.

Peggie still though was a beautiful women despite her problem. Being around 60 years of age she certainly didn’t look her age. She always dressed stylish and looked so beautifully groomed. She however was still a chain smoker. That didn’t stop her being likeable. She a softly spoken, charming and very intelligent lady. Terry supported her at the meetings and it was needed and appreciated. Due to his support she was able to get around 3 years sobriety up at one time, and for the first time in her life.

Terry lost contact with her for a while after that and he heard one day that she had died from a massive heart attack.

Alcohol Allergy and a Seizure is Dangerous

The cause of death is often wrongly stated on a death certificate as heart attack. Often it’s an alcoholic seizure. The two conditions have similar symptoms and an alcohol induced seizure can be mistaken for heart attack. In AA meetings it’s common to see people have seizures.

Amy Winehouse, is an example of someone who died early due to an alcoholic seizure. She was only 24 when she died of a seizure. Such a shame she had a unique blues voice and destined for stardom. Alas, alcohol cut her life short and she didn’t even reach the 27Club member age. She died even younger then the many musicians who died at aged 27.

As Keith from the Summer Hill AA group would say, “It’s not how old you are that matters, it’s how long you’re gonna live” So true, alcohol allergy kills many young people a year. At around about 30 they’re washed up if they’re still drinking.

Statistics are hidden on that although and true causes of many early deaths attributed to alcohol are never known. AA members are in a unique position to see the true facts on why victim of alcohol die, commit suicide, have seizures mistaken for heart attacks, are wrongly diagnosed by doctors with mental problems and wrongly put on psych medication. All this as a direct result of problems with alcohol.

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Alcoholic Seizure: A Drink of Metho Can Stop It

Posted by admin on February 22, 2014
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We have heard of people drinking methylated spirits as a substitute for alcohol. If nothing else is available then some people will drink it to stop an alcoholic seizure. Other then that it’s worthless. It does not have an effect. It doesn’t have the alcohol content that give an effect as alcohol does.

We are breaking the metho myth – That is that methylated spirits is not worthwhile drinking. Not under any circumstances, except maybe to ward off an alcoholic seizure. So then why would anyone drink it? Well simply because they are delusional, mad, nuts, whatever you want to call it.

Someone sober in AA for 28 years said that when he was drinking he became curious about metho. He had heard derelicts saying they mixed it with orange juice. He wondered what  sort of kick it had.

Being the good alkie that he was, he decided to down a bottle straight. He wanted to see what effect it had. Said he waited, and waited … and NOTHING happened… no effect. “It had no kick what-so-ever”.

Amy Winehouse: She died from an alcoholic seizure

Amy Winehouse: She died from an alcoholic seizure

He had the smell of metho oozing out the pores of his skin for about a week afterwards. His breath and burps were of metho for a long time after, as we could imagine it would be.

Because he was telling the story after 28 years of sobriety and because he had attended regular AA meetings during this time and was now a prominent  businessman in the community. His work colleagues knew nothing of such a past, and they surely wouldn’t have believed it if they did. He was in the right company to tell the story and had no reason to lie. There was no point in it.

An alcoholic seizure is said to be how singer Amy Winehouse died. She had stopped drinking for 3 weeks before she died. She was 27 years of age, she had a seizure and died. She obviously did not receive the correct advice as to what to do once you stop drinking. This video is an example of that. There is no suggestion to go to AA to stop drinking. Instead he suggests people get medical help. He is so wrong. Alcoholics are wrongly diagnosed in this way and is why so many die. AA is the only place known that has results in saving lives from alcohol.

It’s reported that Anna Nicole Smith also had an alcoholic seizures and is why she died. She was 36 years old. Possibly how her son died as well. He was only 19 years old and died in a chair in his mothers hospital room while visiting her after she had a baby.

The only reason anyone would be desperate enough to drink Metho would be at a time like this – to stop an alcoholic seizure so that they don’t die

Facts are that if a heavy drinker binge drinks for days or weeks on end, and then they suddenly stop, well then they are in grave danger of having an alcoholic seizure.

Often we hear that alcoholics are drinking all types of strange concoctions. They talk about drinking: boot-polish, furniture polish, Californian Poppy hair tonic, Listerine, Terps, and also Methylated Spirits. A desperate acts of course, and done to stop an alcoholic seizure.

The Metho myth has been busted. Serious research has shown it’s not worth drinking. Not under ‘normal’ circumstances, normal for some that is. Anyone else drinking it believing it has a kick would have to be really mad… mentally deranged.. to say the least.

It was said from the floor once, at an AA meeting that someone had drank turps. This is interpreted as turpentine. It’s hard to believe this would be true because I’m sure they would be dead. That’s like petrol and it has no alcohol content – so why would anyone drink it? I think instead he must have heard someone say that they were, “on the turps”, which is slang terms used for heavy drinking of alcohol. He must have misinterpreted what he heard and repeated it as his story… surely?

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