I’ve heard that taking stimulants and depressants together can really do a number on your brain, is this true?

Recently a friend gave me a mild dose of ritalin to help me study for my final math exam, and a couple days afterwards i tried a mild despressant at a party, so i'm pretty worried. anybody else no what i'm going through here?

3 Responses to “I’ve heard that taking stimulants and depressants together can really do a number on your brain, is this true?”

  1. cluless Says:

    DO NOT TAKE RITALIN to help you study. If you are not prescribed RITALIN, you should not be taking it. It doesn't do anything for you. THAT IS A MYTH that it helps you focus. If you want to focus, study in a quiet place with no distractions. A mild depressant? Stop taking drugs! Mixing drugs can kill you especially mixing with alcohol. If you are not prescribed these drugs, do not take them. Your "FRIENDS" are handing you pills and telling you what they "think" they are. You don't know what you are really taking. Everyone reacts differently to chemicals introduced to their bodies. You could die from taking any of these drugs. PLEASE. . .people die from this stuff every day. . .please stop!

  2. meagain Says:

    Yeah, combining any type of drug can do a number on your brain. As it was a couple days apart, I wouldn't worry too much about the interaction effect, ritalin should have been out of your system by then. But I would suggest you look up the drugs online to find out what the side effects are before you just take whatever people hand you.

  3. DAVE P Says:

    I don't seem to have wwerddeewddddd any problem iiinjuuuju since I mixed my pppoloo drugs.