Alcohol and tranquilizers



Medications with sedative effect in combination with alcohol usually leads to two reactions of the organism - a sedative effect on the action of alcohol or alcohol affect the action of sleeping pills.Medicinal properties of some tranquilizers may also decrease after alcohol use.In addition, people who are in the influence of alcohol, often simply not susceptible to a variety of drugs, including sleeping pills, anesthesia and anesthesia.

In some cases, sedative medications can significantly enhance the toxic effect of alcohol.Receiving hypnotic drugs with alcohol destroys brain cells and may lead to respiratory arrest, even when a small dose of tranquilizer.In addition, alcohol,
depressing the liver enzymes, and prevents the body to absorb the drug substance.Special hypnotics for drinkers do not exist, but doctors still use them for specific purposes, and only in a hospital.For home use of these drugs, there are many contraindications, to be aware of everything.

Types hypnotics



The category of sleeping pills, the accepted people who abuse alcohol, are included tsiklopirrony.They provide the most natural sleep and twenty-four hour operation.It is also permissible to take imidazopiriny, is released only by prescription and normalizing sleep phase.By imidazopirinam include tranquilizers "Zolpidem" "Sanval" "Ivadal" and "Snovitel".It has worked well and the drug "melaxen", which is an analogue of melatonin and has a minimum of side effects, as well as sufficient security.

Do not give people drinking benzodiazepine drugs, which are considered obsolete and adversely affect the physical / mental condition of the patient.

also to prevent the development of delirium tremens can use sleeping pills "Phenazepam" (1-2 tablets 2-3 times a day), "Donormil" (15-30 mg 3-4 times per day), "Phenobarbital" (in1-2 tablets twice a day), and "ì" "Sibazon" and "Diazepam" (1 tablet 2-3 times a day or 10 mg intramuscularly).In severe cases, your doctor may prescribe antipsychotic "Aminazin" has a powerful sedative effect on the central nervous system.