19,10,2021

Prescription Drug Addiction

The advent of medicines has been of great benefit to humans since various ailments can now be treated and the suffering associated with the illness is alleviated. However, what people often tend to overlook is the potential for abuse and addiction associated with certain medications, and for this very reason, some medicines are classified as […]

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21,09,2021

Drunk and Disorderly

A person who is ‘Drunk and Disorderly’, is described, precisely, as a person who, when under the influence of alcohol, behaves in a disorderly manner in any public area. This implies the police have the authority to arrest you if they believe you are causing a public disturbance while inebriated,

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14,09,2021

Gabapentin and Alcohol

Gabapentin is a prescription drug that helps in controlling and managing epileptic seizures, as well as preventing them, by calming impulses that cause the seizures. Alcohol, on the other hand, impacts the central nervous system and eventually causes the person to feel relaxed and less inhibited.  

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10,09,2021

Flucloxacillin and Alcohol

Generally, there is no special warning against consuming alcohol with Flucloxacillin. It does not specifically impact the medicine itself.

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4,09,2021

Sleeping Pills and Alcohol

No, you cannot mix sleeping pills and alcohol. No matter how tempting it feels to have a drink to unwind yourself before sleeping, you should avoid doing so if you are on sleeping pills as it can lead to deleterious consequences.

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4,09,2021

Pregabalin and Alcohol

As mentioned earlier, alcohol and pregabalin can prove to be a lethal combination. Abusing pregabalin on its own can have devastating side effects, but mixing it with alcohol seems to be stepping it up a few notches.

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29,08,2021

Tramadol and Alcohol

At low doses, the combination of these drugs can induce euphoria, feelings of relaxation, and well-being. Moreover, it could also affect respiration

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Co-codamol and Alcohol Mixing effects
18,08,2021

Co-codamol and Alcohol

Although co-codamol, owing to the presence of codeine, and alcohol are both central nervous system depressants, yet they both act on different parts of the brain.

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