If You’re Mixing These Medications With Alcohol You Could Be In Trouble

If You’re Mixing These Medications With Alcohol You Could Be In Trouble

  Typically when the warning or instruction label on a prescription medication bottle says “do not mix with alcohol” it’s a hard warning rather than a suggestion. Prescription medications are made out of numerous substances and complex formulae. Yet for some reason, we tend to think we know better than the scientists and pharmacists who give us multiple warnings not …

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How Much Alcohol Is The Body Supposed To Withstand?

                  Binge drinking is nationally identified as any amount of drinking which raises the blood alcohol content level to or over 0.08 percent. For males, that is estimated to be about five drinks over a two hour period. Females generally have a different metabolism than males, putting their binge drinking alcohol limit …

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The True And False Of Myths About Drug And Alcohol Addiction

                  Myths about addiction and alcoholism are misinformed, but not entirely uninformed. There are some truths as well as some false information in between. People Choose To Use Drugs And Alcohol, So They Should Choose To Stop: The first time an addict or alcoholic picks up a drug or a drink is …

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Study Shows Binge Drinking Might Weaken Immune System

Binge Drinking | LakehouseRecoveryCenter.comAbout one in six Americans binge drinks around four times a month, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Binge drinking is defined by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism as “drinking that brings blood alcohol concentration levels to 0.08 g/dL.”  A new study from the University of Maryland suggests that binge drinking might weaken the immune system.  Past research has shown that after binge drinking, the body is less able to defend against infection or injury. The new research shows that immune system disruption happens while alcohol is in the body.

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