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... I came here with the same question on Beta blockers and alcohol. I'm only 20 and have been having the PVC's for about a year. ... (4 replies)
... Is it cool to drink alcohol while on beta blockers? ... (3 replies)
... I've never had any problem mixing alcohol and beta-blockers...other than the side-effects from the beta blocker which are present with or WITHOUT alcohol. (7 replies)

... Give the alcohol a miss for a while and see what happens. ... (2 replies)
... The type of tachycardia I have, they told me it isn't harmful. If i have even a small amount of alcohol I start getting really hot and sweat and my heart pounds very fast, I also sometimes get pain behind my ear and jaw. ... (2 replies)
... I am not saying that the alcohol and meds combined caused it but the alcohol when you already have issues going on with your heart can definitely make things worse. He's been told NO drinking at all. ... (4 replies)
... Alcohol affects people differently and circumstances will affect people differently at other times. There is psychobiological component related to alcohol. Some people at times become mellow and relaxed and obviously the state one's system is different from times if and when one is agitated, billigerent, obnoxious, etc. after a few drinks. Obviously these people will have... (7 replies)
... I have gotten the verdict that my PAC's & PVC's are benign. That's great!! However, they are just too disruptive to my life, and I want to try to suppress them, if I can. I've cut out caffiene, sugar, alcohol, added calcium, magnesium - you name it. No change whatsoever. So - I'm ready to try drugs. My cardiologists nurse said "we only work with Toprol XL". Okay... ... (10 replies)
... Willdo - answer to some of the questions posed. I don't smoke, I am not overweight, have stopped drinking coffee months ago, gave up alcohol (the little that I did drink on occassion) and have not taken any medication other than atenolol. You asked what horrendous effects I had from this medication, so I'll tell you. For some reason, this pill [did not make me tired or... (8 replies)
... Can you drink alcohol while taking beta blockers? ... (1 replies)
... I wouldnt use flecainide, it sounds too trisky. That "more than DOUBLING" of second heart attacks in the bold WARNING section of the drug sheet is too scary. Really, we take these drugs to SAVE our hearts, not destroy them. Also it is a fact fact that in many instances it has been shown to be PRO arrhythmic...just what you need, right? I don't think there are any... (4 replies)
... Also what are the dangers of alcohol with this drug? ... (4 replies)
... Im 21 so alcohol was a regular thing for me . ... (7 replies)
... I find the alcohol increases my heart rate but it depends what i am drinking. ... (7 replies)
... I would never have thought alcohol could SPEED UP the heart rate... wow. ... (7 replies)
... limit my drinks to one drink. Alcohol can also speed up your heart rate so becarefull how much you actually drink and what you drink. ... (7 replies)
... The medical community has mixed thoughts on the subject. I have read one alcohol drink is beneficial for the heart. Another school of thought advises against. ... (7 replies)
... Based on what I have read, you should not drink ANY alcohol while taking a beta blocker, because it can dangerously lower your BP & heart rate. But conversely, I have been told by others that it is okay to have a couple of drinks (moderate!) while taking a beta blocker. I do enjoy having a couple of cocktails on occassion with friends, so I'm wondering what to do. ... (7 replies)
... XL and it also says not to take alcohol with it due to liver damage. ... (3 replies)
... I have been on Atenolol 50 mg for two years now for the same reasons..at first this drug made me really drowsy. I still from time to time notice that about an hour after I take it in the am I get a little tired. Im 23 years old, and believe me I've had a few drinks while I've been on it.. but it is true, if you are going to drink make sure you dont drive especially if you... (3 replies)




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