Gabapentin and Alcohol
Combining gabapentin and alcohol can increase the side effects of both substances. In fact, physicians advise patients not to drink alcohol while taking this drug. However, some individuals abuse gabapentin reporting effects of euphoria and relaxation. Abusing gabapentin can be dangerous. And, mixing it with alcohol can make it more threatening.
Treatment for Abuse of Gabapentin and Alcohol
If you are abusing gabapentin and alcohol (or any other substance), seek help from a professional, licensed, and accredited addiction treatment facility. A Forever Recovery offers different addiction treatment modalities, one of which is certain to fit your specific needs and preferences.
At A Forever Recovery, we pride ourselves on a compassionate and caring staff that has the utmost respect for every individual in our care. We can help you through a medically supervised detoxification process where you will be monitored 24 hours a day. After detox, our specialists can design a treatment program that will put you on the road to a lifetime of recovery from addiction.
In addition, we offer aftercare programs for our clients to help them avoid relapse after completion of treatment and keep them on the path of complete recovery. Contact one of our representatives today to learn more about our facility and the treatment programs that we offer. They can answer any questions you may have about a program for your needs.