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Doctor thinks it may just be exhaustion but apart from having new baby which of course is hard work, I have no reason to be exhausted, certainly no more than any other new parents.

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I too have stopped drinking after years of drinking whisky and wine.I am not over weight, i eat pretty healthy, work out 3-4 times a week, take vitamins and drink a lot of water.i have even had my blood tested and everything is in order...... i don't understand what is wrong with me or even if the not drinking and tiredness are related.....I have promised myself I will never drink again, however I am now a hermit.I have isolated myself, moved back to my childhood home and don't know what else to do. I stop drinking wine 1 week ago , I feel so tired I never felt do lazy and just tired day and night I did drink a bottle of wine every night for last two years. I can't drink just one glass I drink till I pass out, I knew it was time to quit, I stop drinking wine 1 week ago , I feel so tired I never felt do lazy and just tired day and night I did drink a bottle of wine every night for last two years. I can't drink just one glass I drink till I pass out, I knew it was time to quit, I too have stopped drinking after years of drinking whisky and wine.If you started drinking again it would take just as much.not more to get a buzz...thus, you would probably end up drinking more than when you quit. I have been on several anti-depressants with no relief.

I cannot bring myself to go to AA as I am in a very small community.

I am increasingly thinking of returning to drink, simply as I functioned a lot better with it than without it.

Has anyone else on here had similar experiences after so long from quitting? Alcohol counsillor thinks it may be medical and to go to doctor.

All of us wanted to not feel what u r after years of drinking heavy....recovery vs.years of damaging our central nervous systems w/alcohol!

I sure felt what u r feeling...in time it went away. Post Acute Withdrawal from Alcoholism.....i believe u will find some answers 4 urself w/this info!

For the first week I felt terrible, tired, moody, weak, sugar cravings, hungry and basically like a truck had hit me but after the first week it started to improve.