Mixing Xanax and Tylenol
There is an unfortunate misconception that a lot of people have about over-the-counter drugs, which is that they’re inherently safe. While many over-the-counter drugs are considered generally safe, you should always be aware of their risks and side effects, just as you would be with a prescription drug.
You should also let your physician know about any over-the-counter drugs you’re taking if you’re being prescribed a new medicine because there can be a risk of interactions and adverse side effects.
One of the most commonly prescribed drugs in the U.S. is Xanax, and one of the most widely used over-the-counter drugs is Tylenol, so can you mix Xanax and Tylenol? Are there interactions to be aware of with Xanax and Tylenol?
The following provides an overview of both Xanax and Tylenol on their own, as well as what you should know about taking them together.
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