Side effects. You risk increased over-sedation and breathing problems. This can be a bad combination and you should always contact your doctor and follow their recommendations when mixing any medications.
Alcohol xanax (alprazolam) A good doctor does not prescribe xanax (alprazolam) to people that drink, no matter how much. Once an addict, always an addict, and doctors do not aggravate one by adding another substance for addiction. Both magnifies the drowsiness effects and loss of control on personal+social life. Anxiety leads to alcohol use then abuse. Xanax+ alcohol treats the symptom of anxiety, the disease worsens as is not treated.
Not a good idea. Both alcohol and xanax (alprazolam) are depressant medications, and the combination is often more powerful than either one in isolation. This can lead to confusion, disorientation, and, in severe cases, difficulty breathing. Definitely avoid!
Is it dangerous to mix 3-4 non alcoholic beer with xanax (alprazolam)? I understand most non alcohol beer contains a tiny amount of alcohol.
Not recommended. Alcohol may increase or decrease levels and possibly effect of xanax (alprazolam). It is recommended that you avoid drinking alcohol while you are taking xanax (alprazolam) or other benzodiazepines. Be prudent, sensible and careful.
Could be. It is not good to drink with any psychotropic medications at all. The combination could increase the sedation and potency of the substances depending on the dose of the medication and the amount of the alcohol. The effect also depends on whether you ingested these drugs on an empty stomach.
Same as each alone. Xanax (alprazolam) is a benzodiazepine which acts about the same in the brain as alcohol. Using the two together is like using extra alcohol or extra xanax (alprazolam). Over time, it's easy to develop a tolerance to either...So be careful!
Group support. The person will need ongoing outpatient aftercare, and you can encourage him/her to be consistent with it. This may involve specific outpatient substance abuse groups, aa, and working with an addiction medicine doctor over time. There may be long-term sources of pain that need to be addressed; new coping patterns need to be developed. Mindfulness training may help deal with craving also.
Possibly. Without knowing anything about your medical history, it is impossible to speculate. But in general, mixing alcohol and a benzodiazepine certainly lowers the seizure threshold. So a seizure in your case may have been caused by this mixture. Seizures need to be properly evaluated by a doctor. Please be sure you have done so.
Xanax/alcohol. Possible, depending on how much u used, your tolerance & whether u r susceptible (history or family history of seizures).
Alcohol is bad for U. And xanax (alprazolam) if u take it without u physician or take it for long time is bad for u too.
Talk to them. Have a talk when they wake up and are sober. This is dangerous behavior. Very few people intend to kill themselves with this kind of gesture, but occasionally some succeed by accident. Your friend has a problem and needs serious intervention. Would be best if they can refer themselves to a physician.
Tell them it's risky. They potentiate one another may knock out gag reflex or respiratory center in some cases fatal--see hollywood types oding this way.