Could u be more specific about what drugs u used plus alcohol consumption for how long and how much?
I don't know much about the Anti-depressant you are taking but I did a little research for you and found that Celexa is the generic name of a drug called Citalopram. It is worth your while to read the drug fact sheet for this medication. Here is a small exert of what I found:
[Posted 08/24/2011] ISSUE: FDA notified healthcare professionals and patients that the antidepressant citalopram hydro bromide (Celexa) should no longer be used at doses greater than 40 mg per day because it can cause abnormal changes in the electrical activity of the heart. Changes in the electrical activity of the heart (prolongation of the QT interval of the electrocardiogram [ECG]) can lead to an abnormal heart rhythm (including Torsade de Pointes), which can be fatal."
Here is the link to the provided information: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001041/
You should also know that the shaking you are experiencing may not at all be a side effect from alcohol at all. It may be anxiety which can be triggered by alcohol but also hereditary. I have had a lot of experience living with this as does most of the rest of my family. I have tried other medications and I have found that Lexapro is a very good drug to help you get control of it. So use extreme discretion if you choose to keep increasing your dosage of Celexa but personally I recommend you talk to your doctor about discontinuing the drug completely and asking about Lexapro. Once the correct dosage has been prescribed this may work very well for you.
Depending on the dosage you are taking now you may consider a different doctor. I wish you well my friend. Take care.
Are you taking anything else?
I didn't take any other drugs while drinking, I would binge heavy on the weekends and it caught up with me. This happened from age 20 to around 25 when I started to slow down. I have be diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I haven't had a panic attack in a year which was caused by drinking. I am starting to wonder if I don't necessarily have depression but my issue is more anxiety and the lack of control makes me depressed and thus I am tackling the wrong problem. Thank you for the reference to Lexapro I will look into that versus my current 20mg dosage of Celexa. On a side note I did try to take Wellbutrin for a while and it made me a lot more shaky so I quit taking it.