The most widely known use for Ritalin is its ability to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Ritalin stimulates the central nervous system and helps to increase focus, planning, organization, and problem-solving skills in those with ADHD.
Alcoholism is one of the most popular forms of addiction and drug abuse in the United States. Over 15 million people over the age of 18 suffer from an alcohol use disorder (AUD). Only 6.7% of these people receive treatment for alcohol recovery.
During the 1960s, it was one of the most popular drugs used. Its ability to make users feel “at one” with the world immediately drew crowds.
But it wasn’t long before the government classified LSD as an illegal drug and the phrase “turn on, tune in and drop out” became antiquated. Even today, scientists are struggling to understand the drug’s effects, dangers and potential uses.
Most of us are aware that mixing any drug with alcohol is never a good idea. However, in some cases, it happens accidentally when we forget we’ve taken a painkiller or when we’ve already drunk too much and our thinking is impaired. In this post we’ll take a closer look at the dangers of mixing Metronidazole and alcohol together.