Combined drug intoxication (CDI), also known as multiple drug intake, is an unnatural cause of human death. This shouldn’t be confused with drug overdose because CDI is due to the simultaneous use of multiple drugs.
CDI is becoming more common in recent years because mental health problems are on the rise, and many people are taking some kind of anti-anxiety or depression medication. What many of these people don’t know is that these prescribed medications can interact badly with common over-the-counter medications or other prescribed drugs.
Not only that, cough syrups, antihistamines, cold, and flu medications can be utterly confusing. Often people are using the same ingredients just in different packaging, thinking they’re different when in reality they have the same ingredients.
Today’s podcast is dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers of mixing medications and thinking twice about what you put in your body.
Furthermore, we are also heading into flu season so before you reach for your go-to medication, make sure you listen to this podcast.
Above all, to be safe, read the active ingredients list before you buy any over-the-counter medication. And if you are on prescribed medication, talk to the pharmacist before combining any medications.
Thanks for listening. I hope today’s podcast on mixing medications helps you live a long and healthy life.
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