Life Altering Consequences
One of the many reasons people take multiple drugs at a time is to get more of a high. They want to stimulate their senses as much as possible, but what they forget to take into account are the side-effects each individual drug may cause. The liver and kidneys take a hit overtime and can eventually begin to fail. The ingredients inside Vicodin, when taken with Acetaminophen, will cause kidney disease roughly 50% of the time. Taking drugs when they are prescribed can still harm the body, so taking them recreationally is detrimental to one’s health.
Whether they are street drugs or prescribed narcotics, it is important to never mix substances unless directly told to do so by a physician.
A few possible effects from combining drugs:
• Opiates (which can include heroin, oxycodone and hydrocodone) combined with alcohol or benzodiazepines (which include Valium and Xanax) can lead to someone seeming more incapacitated. They may appear sleepy, have slurred speech or be off-balance.
• Stimulants combined with alcohol or opiates can result in someone seeming less intoxicated, which can result in further consumption of drugs and alcohol.
• MDMA (also called Molly and Ecstasy) combined with marijuana can cause paranoia and unexpected hallucinations.
Whether they are street drugs or prescribed narcotics, it is important to never mix substances unless directly told to do so by a physician. Drug interactions can have both short and long-term negative effects. If you or someone you know takes dangerous combinations of drugs, seek treatment to curb dangerous behavior and return to health. The longer an individual allows their addiction to control them, the more harsh the effects will be.
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