Probably not; while being used as an antidepressant in individuals with depression or bipolar disorder, those not having a mood disorder would see little effect on mood.
It would be more likely that the person would instead experience heart palpitations
than any effect of euphoria.
Answer: It depends on how much alcohol was in the drink and on your body. On average alcohol is metabolized at a rate of .015 BAC per hour, so divide your BAC by .015 and you get how many hours the drink will be in your system. Another way is for every half pint of beer or 25 mL of liquor you drink, it will stay in your system for 1 hour. A half pint of vodka will take 10 hours.
Answer: Metoprolol is metabolized differently by different people and socan have a half life of between 3 and 7 hours. The half life is theamount of time it takes for the drug level to drop in half. Doctorsconsider a medication to effectively be gone from the system after5 half lives.
I your question refers to drug testing that would depend on thestarting level and sensitivity of the test.
If you are asking when its effects will wear off that will dependon the drug level your pills achieve at their peak and what levelcontrols your symptoms.
Also, there is an extended release pill out that will putsignificant amounts into your system over 24 hours.
The half-life of Metoprolol is between 3 to 7 hours / so, in 2days, it will be gone! Know moreinternationaldrugmart.com/metoprolol.html
How long do anti-anxiety medications stay in your system?
Answer: Depends on if you take it orally or if you crush your pills and snort them. If you take it orally like a McCaslin (He-He) then you are probably good for a day or so; but if you are a real man and crush them up then you are flying for a week. Be a man.
Answer: 1. The anxiolytic medicine ALPRAZOLAM is effective in the treatment of symptoms of Anxiety Disorder. 2. Anxiety: Painful apprehensive uneasiness of mind usually over impending anticipating ill.It can b felt under diff.cond.;when alone after eating/drinking wid other physical n mental complains abt financial/bznss matter/in a particular environment. Common in Yng adlts Psychological Factors:As a result of failure :A fear Response Clinical Manifestations:Referable 2 N.Sys imbal n commonly include palpitations,shortness of breathlessness,dryness of mouth,heaviness of head,giddiness n blurring of vision,xcessive sweating particularly in palm and soles Psychological Manifestations:Irritability n a morbid fear as if something dreadful is going happen. Management: Hospitalisation-acute anxiety. Anxiolytics Yoga and meditation Homoeopathic Medicines: Aur,Aur,Bry,Calc,Merc.c,Puls,Veratrum alb,Phos It can be managed by having proper homoeopathic treatment log on 2 -All
Answer: Most agents work by counteracting the biochemical and muscular changes involved in the fight-or-flight reaction. Some work directly on the chemicals in the brain that are thought to underlie the anxiety
Answer: Something I would recommend would be getting a therapist and doing yoga. But the best thing you can do for yourself, if you have it, is o do exactly what you want for a while. Plop on the couch, eat a Snickers bar and watch Roman Holiday.
Answer: A number of antidepressants, like zoloft, paxil, cymbalta, and effexor XR are approved for treatment of certain common anxiety disorders like generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder, among others. These meds are not sedatives and do not have the addictive qualities of meds used in the past for anxiety disorders (i.e., benzodiazepines).
There are also a number of herbal remedies available, ranging from mild herbal teas like chamomile and lemon balm, to more potent medicines like passionflower. Passionflower shows some evidence of acting similarly to the benzodiazepines, but does not seem to have the same trouble with addiction / dependency, and is generally safer, although it is still a medicinal herb and not safe for long-term beverage use.
Answer: Anti-anxiety drugs are CNS depressants. What happens with these types of drugs is that heart rate decreases, BP decreases consequently respiration decrease as well, and If a patient has a problem or history of asthma or any airway disease this medication could cause respiratory depression.
Answer: Cat is digested at a similar rate to any other red meat, which on average take from 1 to 3 days to be completely digested and eliminated from the body. If devoured entirely, there may be other factors. Hair (fur) is not digestible and in large enough quantities, the undigested hair might eventually develop into a "trichobezoar," a hairball, which could ultimately require emergency surgery. The sharp nails may also be problematic, as they are chemically similar to hair, and as well as not being digested, could cause lacerations of the gastrointestinal tract. In regards to the bones, it depends on how much processing (chewing) has occurred before the cat was swallowed. Humans can break down bone with enzymes and acids that are found in the stomach. This is a function intended to break down and smoothe sharp edges of bone which have been ingested accidentally, allowing them to pass through the body without causing damage. In large quantities, specifically an entire cat, the amount of surface area of the bone will play a major role in determining the time-frame of digestion.
Additional factors, such as the size, breed and whether or not the cat was domesticated may play a role in determining the processing time, however one may ask the question, "If you made the decision to eat your pet, do you really care how long it takes before you drop the brown kittens off to the pool?"
Answer: This is a good question to ask your local pharmacist who is usually happy to answer such questions. What I know is that both anti-anxiety medications and alcohol can h lead to depression symptoms and since anxiety is often the flip-side of depression it does not make a lot of sense to drink while taking this medication. That actually can be said for most medications, alcohol can interfere with the effectiveness of medications ie. anti-depressants. It is also possible that drinking, because its immediate effect is, for some people ,to act like a mood elevator( a blocker of awareness to negative emotions) can escalate to a at risk level when a person is anxioius. The person finds the immediate pay-offs pleasant, does not care about the long range effects, and can substitute good self-care and medical follow-up, with self-medicating with alcohol and drugs. A small amount of alcohol ,as a beverage I think (ask pharmacist) is unlikely to be a problem, even a de-stressor. The Addiction Research Foundation in Canada has safe drinking guidelines which i think are about 1-2 drinks about three times per week. I hope you are feeling better.