Can Certain Drugs Be Used Together

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Raro Says:

can Zopiclonebe used with Diazepaam

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Verwon Says:

If they are used together, you do have to proceed with caution, because both of these medications can cause depression of the central nervous system.

Learn more Zopiclone details here.

Learn more Diazepam details here.

Thus, if the person is sensitive to the effects of medications, or takes too high of a dose, they could end up with shallow breathing, feeling very drowsy and sedated.

If it goes to far, there is a chance that such effects could result in respiratory or cardiac failure that might be fatal.

So, if you're going to take both, make sure the dosage has been carefully calibrated by a doctor and that you know to watch for any of the danger signs that I listed.

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