Benadryl and Alcohol
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THE RISKS OF MIXING BENADRYL AND ALCOHOL
Mixing alcohol and bendryl can have serious and life-threatening results. Among other things, alcohol is a powerful sedative that increases the negative effects of Benadryl. Here are the risks of mixing alcohol and Benadryl.
Damage to the Central Nervous System
The combined sedative properties of mixing alcohol and Benadryl severely impair the central nervous system. The central nervous system is in control of speech, movement, emotion, and more.
Poor Decision Making
Developing Alcohol and Drug Dependency
Mixing alcohol and Benadryl is an abuse of both substances. When these substances are consumed together there is a higher chance of developing a serious dependency.
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Benadryl and Alcohol Side Effects
Alcohol and Benadryl side effects can vary but here are the most common:
Mixing alcohol and Benadryl can also irritate pre-existing health conditions like anxiety, liver conditions, and blood pressure disorders.
DANGERS OF BENADRYL AND ALCOHOL
Alcohol and Benadryl side effects and dangers are not to be taken lightly. The undue stress on the body can result in common symptoms of dependency. Other symptoms include pale skin, stiff joints, fragile bones, malnutrition, and other compounding conditions. Alcohol and Benadryl side effects are worsened when taken in conjunction with other medication. Mixing alcohol and Benadryl is not recommended.
Can You Die from Benadryl and Alcohol?
Mixing alcohol and Benadryl can cause the body to go into any number of life-threatening states. Here are two of the most common:
Alcohol and Benadryl impair the liver’s ability to process chemicals. This results in a higher blood alcohol levels and long-term liver damage. Symptoms of alcohol poisoning include vomiting, seizures, shortness of breath, loss of conscious and severe confusion. Death from mixing alcohol and Benadryl can be prevented by seeking help. It also important for the public perception of drug and alcohol dependency to change for society to acknowledging and addressing potential dependency.
Benadryl and Alcohol Treatment
If you or anyone you know is in need of alcohol and benadryl treatment then reach out to your local clinics and centers for more information.
If you or a loved one needs help, please call us at
623-523-4748 and our team at Blueprints For Recovery in Arizona will help.