Marketed under the brand name, Prozac is a prescribed antidepressant used to treat depression, panic attacks, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. It affects certain neurotransmitters that communicate between the brain that help relieve symptoms of depression, panic attacks, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. In addition to these problems, Prozac also helps relieve symptoms of the premenstrual dysphoric disorder like irritability, breast tenderness, and bloating.
Although the likelihood of Prozac abuse is unlikely, people with a history of drug abuse are at significant risk of misusing Prozac. Many people can tolerate Prozac without having any side effects, but that does not mean the drug does not have any repercussions when combined with other harmful substances.
Over the years, depression has reached new heights in the pressures that people, especially the younger generation, have to face. This pressure takes many forms varying from excessive time spent on social media to personal problems. To alleviate this pressure, teenagers, young adults are inclined to take antidepressants.
Note: In 2010, doctors issued 254 million prescriptions for antidepressants alone, which has increased every year since then.
With an increase in the number of problems and the inability to tackle these problems, adolescents and young adults are prone to using Prozac to the extent of drug abuse. One of the frequent methods of abusing Prozac is the combined intake of Alcohol and Prozac.
Since both Prozac and Alcohol have the same impact of blocking signals to the brain that elevates mood, people consume Alcohol with Prozac to suppress the central nervous system to relieve symptoms of depression and panic attacks.
The ingredients of Prozac have the ability to help you calm down, and alcohol has similar effects when consumed. However, people with depression or anxiety tend to seek long-term relief by mixing Alcohol and Prozac.
It is crucial to understand that for the sake of relief from stress, you must not avoid the dangers Prozac and Alcohol pose to your health and those around you.
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