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Blood pressure medication and alcohol

Blood pressure medication and alcohol

Various groups of blood pressure medications are used for the management of hypertension, many of them should not be taken with alcohol. Alcohol-containing medications and alcoholic beverages may enhance the effect of blood pressure medications and cause unwanted side effects. Alcohol and diuretics Patients taking the FDA-approved diuretics – Hydrochlorothiazide or Furosemide after the alcohol use, may experience orthostatic hypotension (sudden drop in blood pressure when standing up). The danger of the interaction of these blood pressure medications and alcohol…