To mix it is to risk it
Mixing any combination of drugs and alcohol can be dangerous. The impact on your body and mind become even more unpredictable, and harder to manage.
Many drug-related deaths happen when drugs are mixed because it causes a reaction you didn’t expect. While not taking any illicit drugs is always the safest option, there are a number of steps you can take to stay safe:
- Only use one drug type at a time (including alcohol)
- Have a friend with you who knows what you’ve taken
- Stay in a safe environment that you know
- Know what to do in an emergency
Often people don’t feel comfortable asking their GP if it’s ok to mix illegal drugs with their prescription, and their GP may not know to ask about it. If you are on medication, especially painkillers or anti-depressants, this can be particularly dangerous. Always check with your doctor – their number one priority is to keep you safe and they’re not allowed to tell on you.
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