Table of Contents
- 1 What is Zoloft (Sertraline)?
- 2 How does Zoloft (Sertraline) work?
- 3 How long does it take for Sertraline to work?
- 4 What is the form and dosage of Sertraline?
- 5 Side effects of sertraline
- 6 Can you drink alcohol with Zoloft?
- 7 Side effects of Mixing Alcohol and Zoloft?
- 8 Dangers and Risk Factors of Drinking Alcohol with Sertraline
- 9 Alcohol and Zoloft Blackouts
- 10 Sertraline and Alcoholic Liver damage
- 11 Zoloft and Alcohol death
- 12 How long after Zoloft can you drink alcohol?
- 13 Can you overdose on Zoloft and alcohol?
- 14 How long does Zoloft stay in your system?
- 15 Warnings and Precautions with the use of Zoloft
- 16 FAQs
Depression and other mental health-related problems are on the rise. According to WHO, 264 million people of all ages are affected by depression globally which is quite a significant figure. Moreover, WHO estimated the top 10 countries with the highest prevalence of depression, and the US was listed as second in the list. This signifies that most individuals in the US are diagnosed and treated for depression and do not go unnoticed as awareness about mental health improves which is not the case in most countries where the prevalence of depression is low but suicide rates are high indicating lack of awareness about mental health.
It has been observed that depression and alcohol abuse are frequently related. However, what is not known yet is which leads to the other. Does depression promote increased consumption of alcohol or is it the other way around and excessive drinking leads the person into a downward spiral in terms of mental health resulting in depression? Either way, the use of anti-depressant medication along with concomitant use of alcohol has shown negative consequences and the interaction between the two should be avoided before the adverse effects begin to manifest.
Zoloft is an anti-depressant and it shows no exception in its interaction with alcohol. Zoloft and alcohol, although studied limitedly the side effects of the two individually are enough to prohibit the use of alcohol and Zoloft together. Since Alcohol is a depressant, it can reverse the positive effects that Zoloft has on the brain resulting in detrimental consequences hence authorities such as the FDA advised against the concomitant use of Zoloft and Alcohol.
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