Alcohol and tranquilizers

Drugs with a hypnotic effect in combination with alcoholic beverages usually leads to two reactions – either a sedative effect on the action of alcohol, either the alcohol affects the action of sleeping pills. The curative properties of some tranquilizers may also be reduced after drinking alcohol. In addition, people who are in alcoholic intoxication, often simply immune to various drugs, including sleeping pills, anesthesia, and anesthesia.

In some cases, sedative medications may significantly increase the toxic effect of alcoholic beverages. Receiving sleeping pills with alcohol destroys brain cells and can lead to respiratory failure, even with a small dose of tranquilizer. In addition, alcohol inhibits the liver enzymes also hinders the body to absorb the substances of medicines. Special sleeping pills for drinkers not exist, but doctors still use them for certain purposes and only in stationary conditions. For home use these drugs, there are many contraindications to be aware of everything.

Types of sleeping pills

In the category of hypnotics, accepted by people who abuse alcohol are cicloferon. They provide the most natural sleep and a twenty-four hour action. It is also permissible to take imidazopyridine, otpuskaya exclusively by prescription and normalizing sleep cycles. To imidazopyridine include tranquilizers "Zolpidem", "Sanawal", "Ivadal and Snowhite". Is well established drug "melaxen", which is an analog of melatonin and have minimum side effects, as well as adequate security.

It is not recommended to give to the thirsty people-benzodiazepine drugs which are considered obsolete and adversely affect physical/mental condition of the patient.

Also to prevent the development of delirium tremens can be used sleeping pills "Fenazepam" (1-2 tablets 2-3 times a day), "Denormal" (15-30 mg 3-4 times per day), "Phenobarbital" (1-2 tablets twice a day), and "Relanium" "Sibazon" and "Diazepam" (1 tablet 2-3 times a day or intramuscularly and 10 mg). In severe cases, your doctor may prescribe an antipsychotic, "Chlorpromazine", which provides a powerful sedative effect on the Central nervous system.