MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD - Psychiatry
I would not advice plain alprazolam (restyl), since it is habit forming if taken for a prolonged period. Please consult with a psychiatrist if you have any sleeping issues and those can be easily treated with other medicines which are given for a short course. There are also other medicines which can be used on sos basis for sleeping, if, yes, you can take it with a glass of milk.
Master of psychology, MPhil -psychology, PhD - Health Psychology, Certificate in guidance, Certificate in Hypnotherapy (CH), Certificate in mindfulness
The present question here is not showing a good concern of yours for someone else and you yourself. If your intentions are not good for someone , please don't do anything in Outrage. And if someone try this for you ,be aware and don't be depressed for such attempts. Be safe and keep everyone safe around you. Prevention is better than cure. It's our moral responsibility to avoid such groups where alcohol is being served and become dangerous in revenge. So don't give chance others to harm you and try to avoid the alcohol and join some health freak group for some fruitful and healthy discussion.
MBBS, Diploma in aesthetic medicine, Diploma in Health Education
General Physician, Noida
I am giving you some tips for sound sleep and early awakening in morning
Kindly follow advises given below:
1. strict to sleep time schedule
2. Do regular Physical activity
3. Regular meditation/ yoga
4. avoid Tea coffee after 7 pm
5. you can take bath at bed time
6. Avoid day time sleep
7. You can use alarm and gradually reduce your waking time by 15 minutes
Diploma in Psychological Medicine, Doing Post Diploma MD, MBBS
Hi lybrate-user, alprazolam is a very addictive drug. It can cause agitation, tension,anxiety and sleeplessness on suddenly stopping it. It is a dependence producing drug. I suggest you take your friend to a neaby neuropsychiatrist. He will definitely help your friend .Wish him a speedy recovery, best of luck.
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a disease spread through mosquito bites. Symptoms usually take 5-15 days to develop and include fever, headache, vomiting, confusion, and difficulty moving. Symptoms that develop later include swelling around the brain and coma. JE is a serious disease that may cause death.
Transmission of Japanese Encephalitis Virus. Japanese encephalitis (JE) virus, a flavivirus, is closely related to West Nile and St. Louis encephalitis viruses..In the subtropics and tropics, transmission can occur year-round, often with a peak during the rainy season.
The virus is maintained in a cycle between mosquitoes and vertebrate hosts, primarily pigs and wading birds. Humans are incidental or dead-end hosts, because they usually do not develop high enough concentrations of JE virus in their bloodstreams to infect feeding mosquitoes.
JE virus transmission occurs primarily in rural agricultural areas, often associated with rice production and flooding irrigation. In some areas of Asia, these conditions can occur near urban centers.
In temperate areas of Asia, JE virus transmission is seasonal. Human disease usually peaks in the summer and fall. In the subtropics and tropics, transmission can occur year-round, often with a peak during the rainy season.
JE virus is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected Culex species mosquitoes, particularly Culex tritaeniorhynchus.
The prevention of Japanese encephalitis in travelers presents the juxtaposition of 4 factors: a disease that is widespread throughout Asia, a disease with a low incidence in travelers, a vaccine about which there are safety concerns, and a clinical course that can result in death or permanent disability in two-thirds of symptomatic cases. Travel medicine practitioners often seem to be polarized into 2 groups: a group that gives more weight to the severity of the disease (and therefore often recommend vaccination) and another group that is more persuaded by the low occurrence of cases in travelers (and therefore rarely recommend vaccination). This review assesses the known risks of contracting Japanese encephalitis and the risks associated with the vaccine and tries to develop an appropriate way to recommend this vaccine to travelers who may be at significant risk.