Don’t Mix Advil and Alcohol!

Advil And Alcohol

by chelzerman under CC BY-SA


Did you know that you are essentially playing with your own life any time you choose to pop a pill and drink alcohol? Alcohol alone can cause significant liver problems, but you are increasing those chances by a lot whenever you choose to take Advil and alcohol. Instead of taking this risk, you should be mindful of it and make sure that it never happens.

Advil well known under name ibuprofen (brand names: Midol, Motrin, Caldolor, NeoProfen, Ibu).

But what about hangovers? Hangovers are actually the most common reason that people mix these two drugs. Whenever you have a hangover, body aches or soreness, your first response is to take a pill. While this is fine when on its own, you can make your stomach bleed if you do this when drinking alcohol.

People who suffer from ulcers also have a higher likelihood of running into the stomach and liver damage problems whenever they decide to take alcohol and Advil together. There are some things you can do to prevent yourself from feeling the need to pop a painkiller, and you should follow these tips diligently in order to protect your health.

For one, stay hydrated at all times. The majority of hangover symptoms is actually a result of severe dehydration. If you drink plenty of water before, during and after a night of drinking, you will cut these symptoms in half. You need to take a multivitamin, dietary supplement (like vitamin c, soda, stevia) and stock up on potassium rich foods, such as bananas.

Also, make sure that you never, ever, drink on an empty stomach. This increases the chance of a hangover and will make you regret it in the morning. Instead, stock up on plenty of food and check that you get your fill of it before drinking.

Alcoholic beverages can increase risks of stomach problems caused by Advil or ibuprofen tablets. This includes coughing up blood, or bloody, black, or tarry stools, or vomit that looks like black coffee grounds.

However, even if you do feel hungover, never make the mistake of mixing ibuprofen with alcohol. This is a problem that is just not worth it in the end, and will cause you huge problems over time. You should never have to deal with stomach bleeding, stomach tears or liver damage, but this is exactly what you are exposing yourself to when you take this risk.

Follow the warnings on the label of the pill bottle. These are here for a reason! If you will be drink and use pills at the same time, your body will turn on you, for example, we long-term damage that may not be reversible.

Instead of allowing this to happen, take matters into your own hands and be sure that you protect your body from all harm.

Pills are fine by themselves and so is alcohol, as long as neither are done in excess. But above all, never mix the two, because the situation will become very problematic over time. Allow yourself the benefit of enjoying a fine night out, without having to worry about significantly hurting your body in the process. It is never worth it, no matter how bad a hangover you are dealing with because it will hurt your liver in the end & make it hard for you to recover.

Check also our other article about the dangers of mixing advil & alcohol.


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