What food should be avoided when taking medicine?
which foods should be avoided when taking medicine?
antihypertensive drugs and grapefruit juice.
when taking antihypertensive drugs, try to avoid drinking grapefruit juice. Because naringenin in grapefruit juice can affect the function of some enzymes related to the metabolism of antihypertensive drugs in the liver, so that the drug concentration in the blood is too high, resulting in hypotension.
cephalosporins, hypnotics, antihypertensive drugs and alcohol.
alcohol and cephalosporins can cause toxic reactions. When drinkers take amitriptyline, alprazolam and other central hypnotics, they can increase the central inhibitory effect of drugs, even inhibit breathing, leading to cardiac arrest. Alcohol can dilate blood vessels. Taking it together with antihypertensive drugs may lead to hypotensive shock, which may endanger life and health in severe cases.
antipyretic analgesics and pickles, bacon.
pickled food contains nitrous acid compounds, which are easy to react with antipyretic analgesics under acidic conditions and produce strong carcinogen dimethylamino.
compound sulfamethoxazole, erythromycin and vinegar.
in acidic environment, the solubility of sulfonamides decreased, and sulfonamides crystallized in urinary tract, causing hematuria or anuria. Erythromycin was the most stable in neutral environment, the strongest in alkaline environment, and almost had no antibacterial effect at pH 4. Vinegar can accelerate the destruction of erythromycin in the stomach and make its glycosides hydrolyze and lose their activity.
ferrous sulfur and edible oil.
oil can reduce the secretion of gastric acid, inhibit the transformation of trivalent iron to divalent iron, and reduce the absorption of iron in the gastrointestinal tract.
Chinese medicine and mung bean for deficiency cold.
mung bean belongs to the nature of cold. If people eat too much, they will have chilly limbs, abdominal pain, diarrhea and other symptoms. Therefore, mung bean should be fasted when taking traditional Chinese medicine, otherwise it will reduce the efficacy, affect the therapeutic effect, and even aggravate the disease.
ibuprofen and coffee, cola.
ibuprofen itself has certain irritation to gastric mucosa. Caffeine in coffee and cocaine in cola can increase the secretion of gastric acid, aggravate the side effects of ibuprofen on the stomach, and even cause gastric bleeding and perforation.