Lisinopril is a commonly used medication in the class of drugs called angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors. These medications are used to treat high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, and to prevent progressive kidney insufficiency in people who have diabetes mellitus.
Additional issues with drinking alcohol use of any medication can include poor nutrition, poor judgment, and with large amounts of alcohol ingestion risk of liver injury and cirrhosis. These issues in and of themselves are excellent reasons to avoid excessive alcohol intake. Lisinopril and alcohol used in combination are not felt to make the adverse effects of alcohol ingestion worse.
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