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Could alcohol and cigarettes increase the drowsiness side effect of clozapine?

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Dr. Jamil Hussain
General Practice
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In brief: Alcohol and clonazep

Both alcohol and Clonazepam get metabolized in the liver using same pathway.
Not only it will add to the sedation, the practice is very risky. I have not heard that tobacco could increase the sedative effect of the drug.

In brief: Alcohol and clonazep

Both alcohol and Clonazepam get metabolized in the liver using same pathway.
Not only it will add to the sedation, the practice is very risky. I have not heard that tobacco could increase the sedative effect of the drug.
Dr. Jamil Hussain
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