Alcohol is a depressant.If you are on Effexor for depression it can mess with the effectiveness of Effexor,causing more depression and anxiety.Speaking from experience,I think you can drink as long as it's not every day,and in moderation.
Effexor is an antidepressant. Alcohol is a depressant. For the full effect of the medicine you should avoid alcohol. Alcohol will not cancel out the medicine like dectromethorfan cough medicine but will reduce the therapeutic benefits of the drug. This from a patient's usage and not a doctor.
yes you can. they Diazepam(valium) and Venafaxeline(Effexor) have no conflict with eachother. However, they both effect your blood pressure a bit, so if you are on both of these, DEFFINANTLY avoid alcohol...
No. Effexor has an effect, depending on dosage, on serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, and is classified as a tricyclic.
No, sorry. I wish.
There is no effect at all, the blood and alcohol are mixed together the ratio will not change by spilling the mixture.
im not sure about Tylenol but codeine and alcohol should never be mixed it could end up being fatal.
How does alcohol effect a relationship? How does alcohol effect a relationship?
Effexor does not seem to make me sleepy or energetic. Though side effect are only suppose to happen to 10% of those who take Effexor (I read).
side effect using extenze and effexor
Sugar and alcohol can be mixed. However, it is not very healthy to drink.
Night sweats are not usually a side effect of Effexor. This medication is usually prescribed for depression but has also found a great use in ladies who have hot flashes especially when it is chemically or medically induced. Patients who have breast cancer and undergo menopause as a side effect of treatment are usually placed on Effexor to help them with Hot flashes.
It will dilute the alcohol.
fetal alcohol effect is not as severe
I am taking effexor and lyrica will PGX effect these medications?
The moderate consumption of alcohol has no effect on vision.
When alcohol is mixed with drugs such as Oxycontin, death may occur.
Alcohol doesn't effect strength necessarily, but alcohol does effect your muscles, because the alcohol in your blood pulses through your veins, it also goes through your muscles and weakens you
effexor is an anti-depressent. vyvanse is a stimulant. look up side effects of these two categories of drugs for your answer.
iodine when mixed with alcohol is used to clean cuts, element 53 on the periodic table of elements.
Yes. Alcohol is always dangerous.
The alcohol will have slightly less effect as diluting it will make it enter the bloodstream less quickly. Also, the soda is mostly water, which will help you keep hydrated while drinking.
Not unless mixed with alcohol