According to the statistics among the main reasons for death in the ISA are adverse drug reactions. There are around 1.5 million people having severe side effect and almost 100 000 death in one year.
Below you can read the 3 categories of medications that may cause memory loss:
This kind of drugs can provoke memory loss and lead you to a state that is really like being drunk or in a coma. So, they are not restoring the sleep that you need, on the contrary. One popular drug like this is the Ambien, which is referred to as the amnesia drug because it can cause sleepwalking, night terrors and hallucinations.
These drugs are usually used for regulation of the level of cholesterol however they have a damaging effect on our brain because ¼ of our brain is made of cholesterol that is needed for thinking, learning and for memory. So the effect of these drugs is negative.
The Anti Drugs
These kinds of drugs like for example the antibiotics, antihistamines, antidepressants and others are affecting the acetylcholine levels in our organism which is actually the most important neurotransmitter necessary for learning and for memory.
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If its level is low there can be memory loss, blurred vision, mental confusion, dementia and hallucinations.
According to Richard C. Mohs, former vice chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, here are the 20 drugs that should be avoided because they can provoke memory loss:
- Antibiotics (quinolones)
- Sleeping pills – Ambien, Lunesta, Sonata
- Painkillers – morphine, codeine, heroin
- Chemotherapy drugs
- Epilepsy – Dilantin or phenytoin
- Barbiturates – Nembutal, Phenobarbital, Seconal, Amytal
- Antipsychotics – Mellaril, Haldol
- Parkinson’s disease – atropine, glycopyrrolate, scopolamine
- Benzodiazepines – Xanax, Valium, Dalmane, Ativan
- High blood pressure drugs
- Tricyclic antidepressants
So, if you are using some that are on the list, it is best to consult with your doctor and go to a checkup. There is always another alternative so you can find something healthier.
It is also beneficial if you are exercising, taking some supplements and foods that are beneficial for better functioning of the brain.