in high doses it can for alcohol, but not for anything else
To date there are no significant interactions when taking Prednisone and NyQuil at recommended doses.
yes small doses
Alcohol can severly effect someone's coordination when taken in large doses. Alcohol will still temporarily effect someone's coordination when taken in smaller doses as well
The question does not make sense. Low doses of alcohol, by definition, are not acute.
True, It can
12 hours is long enough between doses but don't take anything else for a full 8 hours after the NyQuil to allow that to wear off.
There are none. High doses of benadryl induce delirium that may be exacerbated by alcohol, but such doses are usually the result of the user's intent to get a high. Diphenhydramine at it's therapeutic doses does not interact with alcohol in any significant way.
As stated above, kindly inform me as to what high blood pressure medication can be obtained in LOW doses?
It's a very powerful sedative called Doxylamine Succinate. If taken in small doses, the sedative becomes highly effective.
Acetaminophen is only considered a blood thinner in large doses.
Yes you can. Should you? That's the real question. From personal experience I can tell you a normal two tablespoon dosage of NyQuil does not react negatively in the body with your average dope high. However, NyQuil is a narcotic and should be treated as such. Large doses of either the heroin or NyQuil or both in combination are dangerous so use extreme caution when self medicating. In other words if you're really high on dope wait until you come down to drink any NyQuil and if you've taken a lot of NyQuil don't do any dope. Mixing depressants is always a gamble.
In low doses, it will be fine, but to avoid further CNS depression (shallow breathing, etc), do not drink alcohol and do not raise the doses of your medications.
not at recommended doses for the prescribed amount of time with cautions about excess alcohol
This is not a good idea. In mild doses it should not effect you. However in higher doses it can lead to high blood pressure, water retention and a loss of potassium.
In the immediate effects, yes - alcohol does induce euphoria, then in larger doses it will cause lethargy (sluggish feeling), and so on.
In small doses, alcohol can increase performance slightly. However, beyond that it begins to have intoxicating effects and these dramatically reduce performance.
alcohol has nothing to do with it but using any upper for prolonged periods will cause both visual and auditory hallucination
Alcohol comes from yeast eating sugar? Basically alcohol is yeast excrement. Since yeast over doses on alcohol at about 16 percent it is necessary to distill it if you want higher concentrations. (Whiskey, rum, anything above 16 percent alcohol.)
Yes diphenhydramine does thin the blood, as well as increase the heart rate, when taken in excessive doses
Gamma hydroxy butrate. it is a substance that in high doses can be a date rape drug but at lower and medium doses is similar to alcohol but with more euphoria. It was schedueled in 1999 due to a number of deaths.
If you drink to much it may kill you somehow because you might get to drunk and do some thing very stupid, Alcohol is also toxic in relatively small doses and carcinogenic.
fertizer ecourages growth, possibly at the expence of sugar content
An intense drunken high-stupor that even on high-doses does not matter.