Dear Paulos, I am not sure which meds you weaned off and the doses or why you were on those meds. They are the bipolar meds usually to the best of my knowledge. It is great you want to stop drinking but the DT's can be fatal if you are not under a physician's care.
My best advice to you as a member is to make that appointment before you start doing anything with the meds and the alcohol, cut down but see your physician. i have seen what happens when people take it in their own hands to go cold turkey off everythings at once.
Please see a physician. I support you wanting off the alcohol and the meds, I cannot even guess on that if it is a good choice for you.Bless you and know we care.Kitt
Depressed people often suffer from low energy and lack of interest in things around them.
I agree as I mentioned before that weaning off meds should always be under a physican's care. It is the only safe way to do this. As far as when is the right time, it would depend on your diagnosis and how long you have been on the meds. Also if your physician and you both agree on your plan of treatment.Take Care.Kitt