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... while taking a beta blocker. ... (7 replies)
... effects from the beta blocker which are present with or WITHOUT alcohol. ... (7 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)

... 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)
... I thought the same thing that drinking would lower your heart rate. Apparently that is not true in my case. I take my beta blocker in the morning, so I'm sure that little 1.25mg is mostly worn off by the time I have a drink. ... (13 replies)
... I was on a beta blocker for a year and had an occasional drink. I would have a drink at home first to see how it effects you. ... (3 replies)
... Alcohol may slightly reduce the effect of your beta-blocker. If your planning on drinking why on meds then only have one or two now on then No heavy drinking (1 replies)
... Just got back from the doctor and after telling him how when i play sax (i am a music major) i tend to feel palpitations much more frequently than when doing anything else. He perscriped Inderal 20mg and said to take them before i am going to be playing for a long period of time. My questions are: 1.) i read that inderal is a medication thats supposed to be taken... (5 replies)
... I also have tachycardia and take a beta blocker and anxiety med daily. I can no longer drink. Even if I have a large glass of wine my heart will speed up considerably and PVCs will increase. ... (13 replies)
... Hi all. I am on a beta blocker for sinus tachycardia. I am supposed to take 2.5mg of bisoprolol daily, but I actually only take 1. ... (13 replies)
... Here are a couple of articles that show guidelines for treatment. Angina pectoris is a symptom of myocardial ischemia or infarction caused by an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand. Etiology. Ischemia is secondary to coronary artery disease in 95% of patients. A decreased oxygen supply from anemia, hypotension, vasospasm, or arrhythmias or an... (1 replies)
... Is the beta blocker you use for pain relief, for remodelling, or just for BP lowering? ... (8 replies)
... node "relay station" that lead to rapid firing of electrical impulses from the atrium which bypass the AV node under certain conditions. These conditions include alcohol excess, stress, caffeine, overactive thyroid or excessive thyroid hormone intake, and certain drugs. ... (3 replies)
... uration and frequency of these feelings have gotten worse. What really aggravates them is drinking alcohol. I don't get them while drinking, but only after the alcohol starts to wear off the next day. ... (1 replies)
Feb 20, 2005
... nce rapid heart beats with the added 'extra' beat mixed in with it. At the time I had enjoyed a couple of drinks at an anniversary and when I saw GP she said the alcohol had triggered supraventricular tachycardia, I haven't touched alcohol since ! ... (2 replies)
... That's a definite YES, alcohol can raise heart rate in some people. I happen to be one of those people, therefore, I do not have any alcoholic drinks at all. ... (11 replies)
Pounding heart
Nov 2, 2015
... So far my doctor has given me Xanax and a beta blocker. This has helped me get to sleep a number of times but I know Xanax tolerance builds quickly and that this is a short term fix. ... (1 replies)
... rest, caffeine in ANY form, even chocolate, and certainly alcohol and smoking. ... (3 replies)
... Interesting pair of meds. Atenolol is a beta blocker. ... (1 replies)
... Before I continue, here is some more about my overall condition. I am generally in v. good health. I am 5' 6" and weigh 116 lbs. I do not smoke, or drink alcohol or consume caffeine in any form. ... (3 replies)

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