I was on seroquel for quite sometime and I know that everyone reacts differently to the medication. But for me I got very sleepy and almost passed out. I could not function and all I could do was lay there. I was not drunk, but between the medication and two beers, my body didn't handle it well. I would advise against drinking any alcohol while taking psych meds. If you want them to work and you want to get better, alcohol will not aid in that process.AnswerSeroquel taken in low doses has proven to be more sedating. SO... taking 25mg and drinking will probably intensify the effect of both the alcohol and the med. Providing you get far enough to finish the drink...LOL AnswerI take 50mg of seroquel and i have had a few drinks on the odd occasion. I have been absolutely fine. I think it's a case of trial and error, it might affect you it might not. In any case if you want to drink fine, but just remember in moderation as alcohol is a depressant in itself, which never helps if you're needing to take the meds in the first place.
I am a teenager and am taking 50 mg of seroquel. Me and some friends were hanging out and i had about, well i don't know i was sipping form the bottle lol but i had enough to the point where i would be normally drunk. But because i am taking the seroquel i didnt get drunk i just got very tired, i could hardly keep my head up much less join in the conversation so i went and slept in my friends bed for about 2 hours and when i woke up i was basically ok, still a bit tired but overall fine. i also talked to my brother who is a pharmacist and told him my experience and he STRONGLY recomends not to drink and take seroquel as it makes the alcohol very dangerouse for your liver, and other organs that i cannot remember.
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I took THREE 300 mg sequel and drank E and J. I can't remember anything i did, i cant even remember leaving my "friends" house. i cant remember being sexually active either. I pretty much blacked out that night and i cant even remember throwing up that night. The next morning i was in a hateful mood too. I get headaches on my left side of my head and sometimes the left side of my body will like feel different. i don't think that is normal either.
The next weekend i took just one half of a 400mg sequel, and drank some vodka. I passed out again, and I can remember the night but i threw up. That pill DOES NOT mix well with liquor.You probably have a chance of backing out and your mental heath will most likely not be the same.
The 18th amendment to the US Constitution was called prohibition, this is because the selling, drinking, and distributing alcoholic beverages was outlawed and no one was allowed to drink alcoholic beverages. However, the US government realized that they could not enforce a law of this magnitude and abolished it with the 21st amendment which stated that alcoholic beverages were allowed to be sold, drunk, and distributed throughout the US.
You could be thinking of mead.
There are many resources for people to explore when trying to stop drinking alcoholic beverages. One could join an Alcoholics Anonymous group to gain support in trying to quit. One could also find a sponsor on their own by asking a family or friend to help them stop consuming alcoholic beverages.
"Blue laws" were formed, limiting the days of the week, as well as times of the day during which alcohol could be purchased. One group that formed to moderate the drinking of alcoholic beverages was the Temperance Society. Prohibition was passed in 1918, in an effort to moderate the drinking of alcoholic beverages, by making it illegal to do so.
Because it was near Ontario, from which alcohol could be easily obtained, and had good modes of transportation.
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You could have hallucinations, it will also increase the sedating effects of the Seroquel. If this drug is not prescribed to you it is not something you want to mess with - the interaction will not be fun times trying to get high.Seroquel is a potent antipsychotic medication and should not be taken without medical supervision.
The baby could actually become an alcoholic, or it could even die at birth.
yes, it could. its never a good idea to mix benzodiazepenes and seroquel.
Drinking an alcoholic beverage while taking any medication could alter the impacts of it. It could also lead to death.
It is an old expression that means alcoholic beverages. The word liquor originally was used to mean any hot liquid like soup or broth. Since alcoholic beverages were "hot" going down, the name was applied because you could get drunk from them. There is also the expression "pot liquor", meaning a boiling liquid. Beer wasn't considered "hard" because most people drank it. It was easy to brew, and didn't cost much.
Dui laws prevent the drinking of alcoholic beverages in any vehicle. A 15 passenger van is considered a motor vehicle, and the driver could be charged with not only dui, but an open container.
Government can Tax the alcoholic beverages (Method called Regulation) or it could set quantity Limit on companies to sell these products (Method Called Correlative tax)
No, you really shouldn't. It's pretty much like suicide! You know how bad it hurts to have pancreatitis. You end up going through it all over again.
Call poison control. If it is just ethanol, they should be okay as that is consumed anyway in alcoholic beverages, but isopropanol or another sanitizer could be toxic.
i have been on seroquel for years and the only side effect is it doesnt help me sleep anymore at 800mg
Could include Tea, Coffee and all sorts of hot drinks. Following this there is fizzy drinks, which may include cola, lemonade. Added to this you could have fizzy water, and soft drinks such as fruit drinks
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Accidently, call poison control, call your doctor. To prevent accidents write down what you are taking on a calender or notepad for the day
heroin, or vodka, could kill a person. Add seroquel and its just one hell of a party on the way out. :) probably to hell. ID1287330971 i allways see him<<<<< o.O
Not a very well worded question, but I assume you mean do you become impared upon the first sip. Technically no. A small sip of even pure alcohol won't affect your general ability to operate a vehicle. However, depending on your tolerance, weight and other factors, a small amount from a quarter drink could impare you. Technically, if you are extremely allergic or sensitive to alcohol, then a sip can impair you, but that is not likely.
If you do not drink you cannot be an alcoholic. The term "alcoholic" refers to one who cannot control his/her drinking habits. By keeping yourself from drinking, you refrain from becoming and alcoholic.
It could be something as simple as drinking to much liquid, especially caffeinated or alcoholic beverages, too late in the day. If it is relatively recent it could be an infection. Usually, especially in men older than 40, it is the prostate. You should go tot he doctor and have it checked.
There's no black or white answer. In an addiction, your brain associated the taste of an alcohol beverage with comfort. By drinking non-alcohol beer or wine, your fooling your brain, and why would you do that to yourself? Secondly, many non alcoholic beverages do contain a really small amount of alcohol (it's mostly mentioned on the product). This could get you sick if on antabuse
Ihop's beverages are about maybe $3.00 to $5.00 or somthing. So about $4.00. You could just go to IHOP and ask them.