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What Could Happen If Cymbalta Mixed With Alcohol
Alcohol: Excess sedation, confusion at high dose.Get a more detailed answer ›
Addiction & death: Mixing Cocaine with heroin is generally referred to as a "speedball" -- and is extremely addictive. Using benzodiazepines such as xanax (alprazolam) together with Cocaine or amphetamines can be called a "speedball" also. People apparently think the "downer" will limit the heart rate effects of the Cocaine or amphetamines -- like a pharmacological cocktail that's well-controlled. It's not, though. ...Read more
Anxiety meds: I was not sure what you meant when you asked about mixing anxiety meds with "drugs". So, I will take both roads. For prescription medications, I would ask the MD who gave you the medications. If you are asking about “drugs", you could get yourself in trouble. Anxiety meds do not mix well with mind-altering drugs. ...Read more
Depressants: Barbiturates are central nervous system suppressants like alcohol. The major difference is that they do not have many of the other systemic effects of alcohol on other parts of the body. Adding barbiturates to alcohol may produce a lethal suppression of respiration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's like a : Molotov cocktail for the brain. Reckless. Dangerous. Irresponsible. ...Read more
You'll become poorer: As you spend money for otc medication that hasn't ever been shown to help any known medical condition. Alcohol in moderation won't hurt you or interact with sam-e. What do you think you're treating with the supplement? And what evidence do you have that it's helping? It can interact with certain meds, but not alcohol. Don't believe everything you read on the internet. ...Read more
What would happen if you took chlorpromazine and didn't have schizophrenia or any other related disorder?
It Depends: It depends on how much you take. Chlorpromazine, aka thorazine (chlorpromazine) is an antipsychotic/neuroleptic medication. It causes many side effects, especially sedation in high doses. If a person is not psychotic, thorazine (chlorpromazine) would not cause psychosis. I am not sure why someone would want to take some, it wouldn't be too fun. ...Read more
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ETOH&antidepressants: Mixing these is very dangerous. With antidepressant meds, your brain will experience twice the effect for every drink... Drink 1 glass > brain experiences 2 glasses, drink 2shots > brain experiences 4 shots...Etc safety always risked with this combination. As well, alcohol is a pro-depressive agent; it makes the brain depressed. It interferes with the benefit you seek by taking the medication! ...Read more
I mixed zzzquil with codeine, not sure if that was a good idea. I just wanted some sleep. What are possible side effects?
Yes, stupid: First off, do not do either for sleep. Look at your overall life situation. Are you stressed, overweight, drinking coffee or other caffeinated beverages late in the day. Try meditation, exercise, all those types of medication interferes with your rem sleep and may cause you to me more anxious. ...Read more
When i drink a beverage with alcohol i sometimes find it hard to breath. This is with just 1-2 beers or mix drinks. What could cause this?
Don't know: Feeling short-of-breath (dyspnea) can result from a number of thinks involving the heart and lungs, but also can relate to anxiety. Some people are very sensitive to alcohol effects and have an exaggerated and sometimes paradoxical response where small amounts of alcohol can trigger what feels like a panic attack. Cannot say from your description - you need to see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Don't exceed 3000: You have to be very cautious because Acetaminophen overdose can be silent until lots of damage is done to your liver. You should not exceed 3000mg of Acetaminophen in any 24 hour period. It used to be 4000mg, but studies have shown that damage can occur at that level if over a long period of time for things like chronic pain. If you have been exceeding that routinely, get your liver checked! ...Read more
I know that alcohol is a nono when you are taking in geodon (ziprasidone). But what about grapefruits or grapefruit drinks?
Can you tell me if i'm a regular drinker, why am i experiencing symptoms of "alcohol flush syndrome" or allergy?
Not uncommon: People with rosacea flush with alcohol intake as would be many Asians. The former is due to an inflammatory response to an increase in temperature, the latter from a deficiency in an enzyme to breakdown the alcohol. Avoidance or reduction in consumption would be the best approach. There is reason to suspect that those who flush due to the enzyme issue may be at higher risk of cardiac disease. ...Read more
How dangerous really is it to mix seroquel (quetiapine) with alcohol ? Valium with alcohol? Or both pills with alcohol? I'm finding very mixed answers. Mydrsaysno!
No: Your doctor is correct, the best answer is no. Alcohol, seroquel (quetiapine) and valium all can be quite sedating. Combining them can have an additive effect leading to increased sedation and impaired ability to function. Combining alcohol and valium is especially dangerous since they work on the same receptors in the brain. In sufficient quantities this runs the risk of respiratory depression and death. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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