Some easy mistakes you can make with your medications could actually be quite life threatening.
Many people take over the counter pain killers like paracetamol without even reading the dosage on the box. So instead of maybe taking one four times a day, they take double that. And at the same time they make also take the prescription drugs that they have been given by their GP. Unless your GP has approved the over the counter pain killers then do not take them until you have either read all the instructions on the back or spoken to your GP.
Also most pain killing drugs, like mine, state that you should not drink while taking the medication. It’s because it can have an effect of feeling very drunk mixed with alcohol. Obviously this can also have an effect on your driving and you could actually be drugged driving, apart from the harm that can be done to your liver.