Alcohol and medications are incompatible!

Alcohol interacts with almost all medicines, and in the vast majority of cases, it does great harm to the body, up to a lethal outcome. Here are some examples of the influence of alcohol on the effects of drugs.
Simultaneous intake of acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) and alcohol leads to gastric ulcer and bleeding.
The use of non-narcotic analgesics (analgin, amidopyrine, paracetamol, indomethacin, ibuprofen) together with alcoholic beverages leads to tachycardia, the appearance of lethargy, and noise in the ears.
Paracetamol in combination with alcohol becomes so toxic that even minimal doses can cause severe liver damage.
Alcohol enhances allergic reactions when taking any medications. Never take kamagra australia with alcohol and other pills.
Alcohol enhances the effect of drugs that reduce blood clotting (dicumarin, neodicumarin, syncumar and others) so that there may be heavy bleeding and haemorrhage into internal organs, including the brain.
Against the background of alcohol, the effect of many antibiotics varies: doxycycline – the effect is weakened; Levomycetin – causes a feeling of heat, chills, palpitations, noise in the head. Change their effect when taking alcohol metronidazole and furazolidone. During treatment with antibiotics, alcohol cannot be taken!
Alcohol enhances the effect of drugs that affect the function of the central nervous system (hypnotics, sedatives and other psychotropic drugs, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, analgesics). There are many cases when reception of absolutely safe (in usual conditions) doses of these medicines in a combination with alcohol led to the gravest consequences, even to a fatal outcome. Alcohol lowers the sensitivity to the drug and, in order to achieve the effect, it is necessary to increase the dosage. This applies mainly to barbiturates, chloral hydrate, bromine compounds, meprobamate (meprotan), diazepam (sibazon, relanium, seduksen), chlordiazepoxide (chlozepid, selenium), medazepam and others. In addition, alcohol accelerates the addiction to these drugs.
The interaction of soothing and hypnotic drugs with alcohol leads to a violation of psychomotor coordination, a strong sleepiness. Such a combination can lead to a tragic outcome!
Benzodiazepine derivatives: anticonvulsant (clonazepam), hypnotics (nitrazepam), tranquilizers (diazepam, chlordiazepoxide) in the presence of alcohol can contribute to deep respiratory depression, up to a coma, sometimes fatal.
Alcohol increases the depressive effects of antihistamines such as diphenhydramine (diphenhydramine), quifenadine (phencarol), chloropyramine (suprastin).