I am planning to use tobacco with another drug. What are the consequences?

Combining different drugs can be risky and unpredictable. If you combine, you are more likely to have problems with your health. For more information, check the theme Drugs and combination use.

Tobacco and medicines

Combining drugs with medications can be risky. Little research has been done on many combinations. The Jellinek website contains a medicine matrix where you can read what the risks are per substance and per type of medicine. With tobacco it is especially important that it accelerates the metabolism. When you stop smoking, substances are broken down slightly less quickly. So you need less to get the same effect.