Antabuse (disulfiram) is a medicine that you can be prescribed if you would like to quite drinking. It's recommended for patients with chronic alcoholism cases. Make sure you never drink alcohol after you have used Antabuse, as the following symptoms will be produced by this medicine: blurred vision, choking, chest pain, anxiety, nausea, headache, vomiting, sweating, difficulty breathing, weakness, mental confusion, and flushing of the face. An overdose of Antabuse has been reported to produce the following symptoms: vomiting, tingling, loss of coordination, seizures, numbness, nausea, and dizziness. Make sure you seek emergency medical help if you happened to take too much of this drug. Take Antabuse regularly and make sure you do not skip doses or miss them by accident. It's a good idea to take Antabuse around the same time very day for the medicine to stay in the bloodstream at the same level. Tell your doctor if you think Antabuse is not working for you and you want to stop the treatment. Do not drink alcohol within 2 weeks from the moment you stopped the treatment as the effects of this medicine can be felt until then.