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Is It Bad If I Need A Few Beers To Get To Sleep Everynight
Yes: Mainly because it will cause you to wake up after the alcohol wears off, and because it will eventually take more than a "few" to put you to sleep. Looking at why you cannot sleep, eliminating caffeine in your diet, reduction of late night activities, regular sleep habits are all much better than using beer as a sleeping pill, or using any kind of sleeping pill. Ur doc/sleep specialist can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcoholic: You may be an alcoholic if you can only sleep comfortably after drinking beer. If you have to have even just one beer every night just to feel "non-itchy" this is a classic sign. It may be your body going through withdrawal and craving the alcohol. Talk to a family member, friend or doctor about your drinking habits. ...Read more
Yes: But, i think that you already knew the answer to that question. ...Read more
Write/call company: I am not sure if there are any side effects of combining the two beverages, but i would call or write the "neurosleep" company and ask. If they cannot provide the answer, consult your doctor and have a list of ingredients handy to dissect the potential answer. ...Read more
I had 1 1/2 nirco at 7 pm. 7.5/300 . Not thinking I had 21/2 beers at 8pm . Felt nautious but did not vomit. It's 2:15. Can I sleep safe?
Am sure its later: now. You know, if you really have these kinds of questions, there are pharmacists available at 24 hour pharmacies who can answer your questions in real time. Hydrocodone is a short-acting drug and if you took it at 7 PM it was mainly gone by 10-11 PM. The alcohol would be too. I strongly suggest that next time, you don't drink without thinking. It's a bad combo all around. ...Read more
Never take together: It's never a good idea to take sleeping pills with alcohol. They both cause sedation and can effect your breathing at night. Alcohol close to bedtime is also discouraged within 5-6 hours of bedtime as it has an adverse effect on your sleep. Proper sleep hygiene can be beneficial to patients with insomnia. Speak to your doctor and see if a referral to a sleep specialist is appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly , yes: Middle- aged males who consume a diet heavy in protein ( and carbs) are the typical gout patients ( or 'possible ' patients most @risk). My advice is to see your primary care physician for evaluation and lab testing if worried and possible rheumatology evaluation. Best of Luck! ...Read more
I have drink 7 beers 4.4% vol and eat 20 Valium 10mg this time. I just want to sleep. And i want and answer on very strong sleeping pills.
Addiction: First, we do not offer any form of treatment on this simple site. Second, the best i can offer you is insight into your disease. You are an addict and alcoholic. This is not in any way meant to be judgmental. It is just stating a fact. Now what you do with this information to get to health and good sleep is to start with drug and alcohol treatment, getting sober, getting clean. I wish you well. ...Read more
Can 10 mg of Lexapro (escitalopram) and beer cause major health problems? Can't sleep because of anxiety of a health issue from interaction
Not recommended: Lexapro (escitalopram) is a common anti-depressant medication with the potential for serious side effects like fast heartbeat, hallucinations, loss of coordination, severe dizziness, severe nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, twitching muscles, just to name a few. Drinking alcohol and taking Lexapro (escitalopram) is not recommended, but if you decide to drink, consider the potential health consequences. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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