If a person is diagnosed with hypertension will the diagnosis make them sleep or the meds? Also if the patient is a meth user can the diagnosis be wrong and meds be hurtful?
I’ll start off by mentioning that doing any illegal drug while on medication is a bad idea and can be harmful, potentially fatal depending on the combination. Crystal meth is not the best drug to mix with medication either. One of the biggest concerns a doctor will have, and a patient should have, is that illegal drugs have not been tested fully in lab situations, nor does a drug like crystal meth always come in the same dosages. You have no idea what you’re putting into your body each time you administer the drug. The results of mixing can range from nothing to death and there’s little you can do to predict what will happen to you. Doctors will probably not even want to guess. It is also generally unknown how drugs like crystal meth can affect tests for many things, not just hypertension. That being said I will hazard a guess and say that having hypertension and doing crystal meth is a very bad idea, add a medication into the mix and that sounds like an even worse idea.
Hypertension is basically high blood pressure, which will not cause tiredness, but may cause strokes, heart attacks, arterial aneurysm, and it is also a leading cause of chronic renal failure (kidney failure). It can be brought on by doing certain drugs, such as crystal meth, and other stimulants.
The prescribed drugs can cause drowsiness, a doctor will have many options when prescribing something, some of the drugs will cause drowsiness, others will not.
If you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension and you’re a meth user you should quit doing the meth and see if the hypertension goes away. It will not be the case that the meth can cause a wrong diagnosis, but it can be the case that the meth causes the problem in the first place.