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Chlordiazepoxide : Interaction with Alcohol

Interaction of Chlordiazepoxide with Alcohol - For your own safety It is important to understand and avoid the drug-food interaction and how to take the medication. Drug-food interaction can sometimes cause side effects and can even reduce the efficacy of the drug.
Chlordiazepoxide is a sedative/hypnotic, prescribed for anxiety disorders and withdrawal symptoms due to alcoholism.


Chlordiazepoxide Interactions with Alcohol

Alcohol adds to the effect of chlordiazepoxide on the central nervous system resulting in excessive drowsiness and decreased motor skills.

How to Take the Medication -

Chlordiazepoxide comes in the form of a capsule. It is usually taken four times a day with food or on an empty stomach. If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. Do not double the dose at a time to make up the previous dose.
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