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.
Advice 2: What are the dangers of taking "Fenazepam"
"Fenazepam" is a tranquilliser belonging to the group of benzodiazepines. The drug is prescribed for neurotic and psychopathic States, and is used to treat mental seizures and syndromes. However, this drug is dangerous to human health and if used incorrectly may lead to undesirable consequences.
The drug is indicated in cases when the action means does not reach the desired effect. "Fenazepam" is issued in the treatment of psychopathic and psychopathic States, which can be expressed in irritability, anxiety and emotional tension. Some doctors prescribe "Fenazepam" as a drug for the treatment of alcoholism and substance abuse. The drug is widely used in the treatment of symptoms of epilepsy. The indication for the medication is schizophrenia febrile form, which excluded the possibility of assigning antipsychotic drugs. "Fenazepam" is used in neurology with treated muscle rigidity, hyperkinesis, tics, atetoz, etc.
The harm of drugs
Despite the wide range of medication, the drug is quite dangerous. "Fenazepam" has a hypnotic and anxiolytic effect, which occurs due to depression of the Central nervous system (CNS). People use "Fenazepam", should not be allowed to drive a car and perform work that requires increased attention or reaction and is associated with the risk of harm to others.
"Fenazepam" can cause tremor, muscle spasms, hallucinations, irritability and insomnia.
The drug has a wide range of side effects. At the beginning of treatment observed increased drowsiness, fatigue, dizziness, reduced attention, disorientation, lack of coordination, slowing of motor and mental reactions and confusion. Particularly acute these effects are seen in older patients. In rare cases may stimulate depression. In case of overdose or poisoning of the active substance of the medication may experience emotional breakdowns. After excessive use of medications was marked by attempts suicide in particularly unstable patients. A lethal dose of the drug varies depending on the physical condition of the person.
The drug also affects other organs of the human body. So, are often caused by hyperthermia, leukopenia, agranulocytosis, characterized by increased weakness, fatigue, and chills. From the digestive system noted the possibility of dry mouth, or, on the contrary, salivation; can occur heartburn, vomiting. Some patients experience a decrease in appetite, accompanied by constipation or diarrhea. Perhaps the appearance of jaundice.
Among other things, "Fenazepam" is addictive and can cause blurred vision.
The drug may cause an allergic reaction accompanied by skin rash and itching. It is also forbidden to take the drug to pregnant women, because "Fenazepam" having a devastating impact on the fetus, it suppresses the Central nervous system and respiratory system. In newborns there is a violation of the sucking reflex, if during pregnancy mother used this drug.
Advice 3: How to make "Fenazepam"
"Fenazepam" is a potent drug that is used in the treatment of various mental disorders. The tool has a calming effect, has a hypnotic effect. The drug has a number of contraindications and can only be purchased on prescription.
Among the indications for the use of "Phenazepam" marked neurotic and psychopathic States, e.g., irritability, increased anxiety, severe nervous tension. The drug is administered to relieve withdrawal symptoms in the alcoholism or substance abuse. The drug is used for prevention of epilepsy of different etiology, and also used in reactive psychosis and hypochondriacal disorders. In extreme conditions "Fenazepam" can be used to overcome panic and fear. The tool can be used in the therapy of schizophrenia with hypersensitivity to other antipsychotic drugs. In neurology medicine can treat the muscle rigidity, atetoz, autonomic instability.
The drug may be administered intramuscularly or intravenously if necessary, the relief of neurotic or a psychotic break on an emergency basis. The initial dose in this case is 0.5 to 1 mg a day the patient can be administrirovanie about 3-5 mg, but in severe conditions it is possible to use patients to 9 mg.
When receiving the "Phenazepam" orally in tablet form can be assigned to about 250-500 mg (1-2 tablets 0.25 mg) 30 minutes before bedtime. For the treatment of certain diseases may increase dosage to 0.5-1 mg 2-3 times a day. When lack of effectiveness, the doctor may raise the dose to 4-6 mg a day. For the treatment of epilepsy the patient can be assigned to 10 mg per day. The duration of the course may change, but in order to avoid the emergence of drug depends on the drug, it is desirable to use it no longer than 2 weeks. In some cases, the treatment period is extended to 2 months with subsequent gradual abolition of the drug by lowering the dosage.
You cannot use "Phenazepam" in shock or comatose States, acute alcohol intoxication, accompanied by a weakening of the functions of human organs. Do not use together with hypnotics and analgesics based on drugs. Among the contraindications we can also mention depression 1 trimester of pregnancy, respiratory failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lactation, adolescence (18 years). It is also worth noting that the drug has a number of possible side reactions, the appearance of which should immediately see a doctor and stop accepting money.