View Full Version : Amphetamine + beer = enormous sweating?


C15H25N3O
09-16-16, 05:43 PM
I dont like alcohol because of its after effects and drink it very seldom for socializing while going out with friends.

This year I had not more than 8 beers and switching to milk in a bar is no option.

I experienced enormous sweating each time I had a beer usually after my amphetamines effectiveness.

I usually dont sweat on my med. Sweating and the smell of sweat is usually linked to wrong food in my experience.

Could it be overheating drinking a beer after amphetamines?

Could it be a toxic effect and my body trying to get rid of the amphetamine or the alcohol?

I know my body does not like beer after amphetamines but I would like to understand why.

Is there any know reason for my bodies reaction?

Being in a club or bar I have wet hair after 5 minutes and my cloths are totally wet after 15 minutes which is abnormal sweating even heavier as I know it from fevers.

This sweat does not smell because it is just too much of it to get smelling.

If I would shake my head I could sputter everyone around me and it is not far from dripping from my fingers.

Drinking beers outside is better because there is always a little wind around.

;-)

sarahsweets
09-20-16, 05:03 AM
I feel like it could just be the alcohol rather then specifically the beer. I know people say alcohol is a downer but for me, it was the opposite. If anything I was more overstimulated and crazy while drinking it, but to be fair I am an alcoholic so maybe thats why. I know taking my meds with alcohol caused heart palpitations, sweating and racing thoughts.

aeon
09-20-16, 12:04 PM
Moderate alcohol intake = capillary dilation = flushing = increase in skin surface temperature = sweating

sweating likely enhanced by amphetamines.

but nothing more complex than that...no toxicity, etc.


Thanks,
Ian

C15H25N3O
09-28-16, 06:35 AM
About drinking alcohol on amphetamines

Alcohol - It is dangerous to combine alcohol, a depressant,
with stimulants due to the risk of excessive intoxication.
Stimulants decrease the sedative effect of alcohol which
is the main factor most people consider when determining
their level of intoxication.

Once the stimulant wears off, the effects of alcohol will be
significantly increased, leading to intensified disinhibition
as well as respiratory depression.

If combined, one should strictly limit themselves to only
drinking a certain amount of alcohol per hour.

Yes. Alcohol is a depressant but works for many people as a stimulant.

Reading more on the combination of alcohol and amphetamines it seem
to be the amphetamines who increase the inability to regulate body
temperature including excessive sweating while alcohol impacts almost
after the amphetamines subjective effectiveness.

Fuzzy12
09-28-16, 06:53 AM
what aeon said made a lot of sense. I also wonder if it could be dehydration.

C15H25N3O
09-28-16, 12:50 PM
I think it needs some better training on the bottle to get the body used to alcoholic intoxications while or after stimulation.