The global consumption of antibiotics is on the rise, increasing yearly by a massive percentage. These medications are responsible for fighting various bacterial infections and can provide a strong protective barrier when prescribed. While mild effects, such as nausea and diarrhoea, are commonly well-tolerated, antibiotics are capable of causing many serious negative impacts, especially when combined with alcohol.
With alcohol forming a major part of everyday life, many people may continue drinking it while completing their antibiotic course. However, infection-fighting medications can quickly interact with any drink containing alcohol in multiple ways, leading to reduced efficacy and more pronounced side effects. Hence, if you or someone you know drinks alcohol as a part of daily life and is due to begin an antibiotic course, educating yourself about the possible interactions and side effects is imperative.
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