you feel really drowsy. but there aren't that many side effects i guess. normal side effects of alcohol. dizzy, slurred language, vision is impaired, etc. i guess i would say your tolerance for alcohol changes. mine went down. i can drink very little and feeling very tipsy. but it depends on the person too.
here's why you shouldn't drink on an anti-depressant. you are taking a SSRI (Selective Serotonin reuptake inhibitor). it loads serotonin into your brain which makes you happy. alcohol is a depressant. so what that means is. your therapy with the SSRI will cease to be effective. then you will start thinking that the medication doesn't work. but the real reason it's not working is because you are drinking. so that's why it's not smart to drink when taking an anti-depressant.
You are advised not to drink alcohol while taking Celexa.
There will be no effect from the antidepressant. Alcphol causes depression.
No, it is not recommended due to the interaction and interference with the actions of the medications.
Most likely a reduction of its anti-hypertensive effect.
I take celexa and drink wine and it seems to have no effect on me.
no it is not ok to drink alcohol because it got bad effects on your bode
It enhances the effects of the alcohol.
Alcohol enhances the effects of medication, also the side effects.
Small amounts of low or no alcohol content beer will not interact adversely with Celexa (citalopram) or any other SSRI or SNRI antidepressant.
If you drink alcohol while you are on telfast be aware of its effects. Do not drink more than moderate amounts of alcohol can increase the risk of side-effects.
depends how much you drink
Wahey.. great fun!! 1 short of spirits affects you like 5 does.. DO NOT DRIVE!!
no its not it can have side effects
Drink water, then sleep you body will work of the effects and get rid of the alcohol by itself
You can drink alcohol while taking prednisolone tablets but it is not recommended. These pills are a type of steroid and alcohol taken with them can cause serious side effects.
Whilst it is possible to drink whilst on anti biotics the side effects of these drugs will be enhanced. If an antibiotic may make you feel dizzy or sick if you drink alcohol there is a much higher chance of getting these side effects.
because metronidazole inhibits the metabolism of alcohol. This reaction causes many of the side effects associated with alcohol.
no. just swallow it whole with something to drink.
Given that alcohol is a chemical poison that happens to have pleasant effects in small quantities, it is difficult to argue that there is any "logical" age to drink it.
Not recommended at all. Tramadol will heighten the effects of the alcohol, making you very unwell.
Don't drink. However, if you want to enjoy the health and longevity benefits of alcohol, you should drink beer, wine or spirits in moderation each day.
For the same reason as anyone else drinks it - the intoxicating effects.
Your weight and gender -- but most of all, how much you drink.
Addiction, or ignorance of the effects on the fetus, or both.
alcohol affects the liver, not the kidneys