Would i die from taking 12 sleeping pills with Diphenhydramine in them?
- Anonymous4 years agoFavorite Answer
Probably not a good idea... You wont die from them but you will trip or pass out before it all kicks in (If its 15mg or more). I use to take them to trip out and it was a visit to hell and back, kinda weird though. But just DONT take over 150mg. Taking it can cause extreme heart palpitation, after about tripping 5 times over a period of a month, I had gone to the hospital because my heart was so damaged and weak also what had happened is i drank a cup of coffee almost 5 days after a trip and my heart rate was over 165bpm, it damages your brain/heart/liver because over 150mg would be considered a DELIRUM, over time causing malnutrition in important nutrients ect.(Look it up for full explanation). Also I had developed a mild case of HPPD which im currently still living with. I haven t taken any pills in a month and a half tho and praying that HPPD fades away over a time of probably over a year is what i m expecting it to be from researching.
DONT DO IT FOR A HIGH PLEASE. Safe tips: If your over 150lbs then (50-100mg=sleep aid, 100mg-125mg=sex aid) [You may feel hungover/drowsy for 1-3 days depending on dose.]
Although any dose over 50mg is considered unsafe by the FDA and may cause you to trip depending on you.Source(s): Personal effects/health problems, HPPD development. https://www.reddit.com/r/Drugs/comments/1fmizz/how... <--- Safe trip guide.
- Anonymous3 years ago
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- MattLv 64 years ago
Depends on how much Diphenhydramine is in each pill. Some pills come with only 5 mg and it takes at least 50 mg to knock me out. Consult a doctor, not yahoo answers. Use your brain and don't do anything stupid.
- Anonymous4 years ago
I can't promise anything, but if you don't have any severe underlying health problems you should survive. I would expect some residual nausea after you wake up. If you take that much, it might even have a paradoxical effect of causing sleeplessness. But remember: that is not a guarantee!
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- R KLv 74 years ago