Don’t take these drugs and food at the same time!
these drugs and food must not be taken at the same time!
when patients are treated with drugs, the interaction between drugs and food, although most of the performance for no effect or basically no effect, but serious may have adverse reactions or even poisoning. Especially the following drugs should be learned; Keep your mouth shut;.
antihypertensive drugs should not be grapefruit.
because naringenin in grapefruit juice can affect the function of a certain enzyme (CYP3A4) in the liver, and this enzyme is related to the metabolism of antihypertensive drugs, especially dihydropyridine antihypertensive drugs such as felodipine, which will cause high drug concentration in the blood, double the antihypertensive effect, increase side effects, and easily lead to hypotension.
antidiarrheal drugs should avoid milk.
take antidiarrheal drugs can not drink milk, because milk will not only reduce the efficacy of antidiarrheal drugs, it contains lactose is also easy to aggravate diarrhea.
calcium tablets avoid spinach.
spinach contains a large amount of potassium oxalate. After entering the body, the electrolyzed oxalate ion will precipitate calcium ion, hinder the human body to absorb calcium, and easily form calcium oxalate stone. Do not eat spinach within 2 hours before and after taking calcium tablets. If you want to eat spinach, blanch it before eating.
anti allergic drugs: avoid cheese and meat products.
do not eat cheese, meat products and other histidine rich foods during taking anti allergic drugs. Histidine in the body will be converted into histamine, antiallergic drugs inhibit the decomposition of histamine, causing histamine accumulation, inducing dizziness, headache, panic and other discomfort. Also need to remind is that you often see some information on the Internet about a certain food and a certain drug can not be taken together, these information is difficult to distinguish between true and false. The interaction between drugs and food is a systematic science. The simplest way to obtain information is to refer to the drug instructions. If the information in the instructions is incomplete, it is best to consult a doctor or pharmacist.
antibiotics avoid milk and juice.
do not drink milk or fruit juice 2 hours before and after taking antibiotics, because milk will reduce the activity of antibiotics, so that the efficacy can not be brought into full play; Fruit juice (especially fresh fruit juice) is rich in fruit acid, which can accelerate the dissolution of antibiotics, not only reduce the efficacy, but also increase the side effects.
ibuprofen avoid coffee and cola.
ibuprofen can stimulate gastric mucosa, caffeine in coffee and cocaine in cola can stimulate gastric acid secretion, aggravate the side effects of ibuprofen on gastric mucosa, and even induce gastric bleeding and gastric perforation.
, berberine is forbidden to tea.
tea contains tannin, which is easy to be decomposed into tannin in the body, and tannin will precipitate alkaloids in Berberine and reduce its efficacy. Therefore, it is not suitable to drink tea within 2 hours before and after taking berberine. Aspirin and alcohol. Alcohol is oxidized to acetaldehyde and then to acetic acid in the body, while aspirin can prevent acetaldehyde from being oxidized to acetic acid, resulting in the accumulation of acetaldehyde in the body, aggravating symptoms such as fever and systemic pain, and easily causing liver injury.