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... find out the dose range of lopressor, perhaps you could take more, it usually lowers your blood pressure and you obviously dont want it to go too low these beta blocker meds help with the physical but not mental problems from panic attacks and anxiety, they are all out of patent so arent advertised and many docs dont think of them :o (14 replies)
... I took beta blockers with high dose SSRIs for years with no problem. ... (6 replies)
... Like I said, the common sense answer is no anxiety problems, beta blocker. Anxiety problems, benzo. And even that's not a guarantee. ... (4 replies)

... blocker, but if you are too worried about your heartrate, maybe that isn't the best thing for you. Paxil made my life hell, while on it and during my withdrawal from it. ... (11 replies)
... I'm on a beta blocker as well and the only side effect i've had from it was that it makes me a little sleepy. Other then that, no problems. ... (10 replies)
... Xanax... Do not just go by my experience of having my life put on hold long term and body damaged as a result of following a doctor`s directives, look around the net under benzo withdrawal and you will find many cases like mine and medical studies, some of which led to prescribing reforms in the U.K. You heart rate is 50 bpms and you have anxiety... Does it ever go way up?... (14 replies)
... but what if my heartbeat is already 50bpm, could I still be taking beta blockers for anxiety? ... (14 replies)
... I dare to say that the best for one my be the worst for others. ... (14 replies)
... you may need to try several in order to find the 1 that suits you best (14 replies)
... To the best of my knowledge, beta's don't weaken your heart. ... (4 replies)
As-needed Meds??
Dec 21, 2005
... propranolol (Inderal) is the one most commonly used. I don't know if it's the best one, but when doctors prescribe a beta-blocker, this is the one typically tried first. (21 replies)
... can i take beta blocker when needed only? ... (1 replies)
... anxiety sufferers who take meds for high blood pressure should insist on a beta blocker type med, IMO there are several different types of BP meds but only beta blockers also reduce the physical problems from anxiety such as rapid or thuding heartbeat, blushing, sweating, being startled,adrenalin surges, etc beta blockers arent advertised or promoted as they are out of... (4 replies)
... Is Paxil the long term answer or Xanax or beta blockers? ... (0 replies)
... I believe beta blockers work immediately. They are for your heart rate and blood pressure. Your BP may shoot up when you're real anxious, that's why I have to take one. ... (6 replies)
... Hey all, pretty bad insomnia tonight so I thought I would field a question that has been on my mind. When I was about 16 I was diagnosed with severe panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder after suffering a new onset (first one I ever had) panic attack in my PCP's office waiting for a follow up appointment to make sure my beta-blocker was... (0 replies)
... can i take this med casually? and only if needed in social situations? thanks... (1 replies)
... A beta blocker may be used. I actually have a prescription for this kind of medicine and take it as needed, which is usually in social situations. It works well for me. ... (1 replies)
... I take 120mg Propranolol spaced between 3 times aday, for anxiety. I also take a very small dose of Buspar 10mg. Cymbalta is the best SSRI/SNRI I have tried so far, and I have tried my fair share. However it would be difficult to say how it has affected my anxiety since I take 2 other drugs for that and started them around a similar time. (6 replies)
... To Howard678- Your post about withdrawals concerns me deeply as I have been taking Xanax for about 2 solid years. Do you have suggestions for when I am ready to go off it? (14 replies)

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