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Mixing drugs can increase their effects dramatically, or produce different and unpredictable reactions. We often mix drugs without thinking about it — you might have vodka with a Red Bull, or you might do a bump of mephedronesniff poppers on the dancefloor, then use Viagra later on in the night. Taking more than one drug puts extra stress on the body — especially the heart, brain and liver.
The crash or comedown can be nastier too. Taking two drugs that have the same effect increases the risks of a dangerous reaction.
For example, two depressants eg, G taken with alcohol or ketamine can make you unconscious; two stimulants can put real pressure on your heart or circulation. But your body also gets stressed if you take drugs that have opposite effects: one drug is telling it to slow down, the other is making it speed up. Drugs tend to be grouped according to the effect they have on the body. Your heart and breathing will slow down and you might feel very sleepy.
Taking downers together risks overly slowing down body functions such as breathing and brain function to life-threatening levels. You can end up knocked out or dead. The more stimulants you take, the greater the pressure on your heart and circulation, which puts you at risk of a heart attack or stroke. You should never mix crystal methViagra and poppers in any combination — always take these separately. Home Taking drugs Mixing drugs Mixing drugs Mixing drugs can increase their effects dramatically, or produce different and unpredictable reactions.
Examples include: alcohol GHB ketamine tranquilisers sleeping pills Taking downers together risks overly slowing down body functions such as breathing and brain function to life-threatening levels. Mixing alcohol and G is a particularly risky combination. Never mix alcohol with sleeping pills and tranquilisers as this could prove fatal.
Some of the most popular uppers are: amphetamines like crystal meth or speed or drugs that can contain speed — ecstasy tablets often do mephedrone cocaine caffeine nicotine in tobacco The more stimulants you take, the greater the pressure on your heart and circulation, which puts you at risk of a heart attack or stroke. Using cocaine and amphetamines together will put your heart under excessive stress. Mixing uppers with alcohol increases the risk of heart failure.Mixing poppers and alcohol
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