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... I see someone here knows a bit about beta blockers. Hi, Docrum. Can you answer a question for me? ... (16 replies)
... Punchy, Many people mentioned in your other thread that beta-blockers protect your heart rather than result in it stopping, or worse. Yes, exercise normally as you always did. Its not so much endurance that will be affected as your maximum output. Someone else described how beta-blockers work, but basically, the harder that you exercise, the greater the attenuation... (1 replies)
... ong term side effects. In the absence of asthma or underlying diabetes there are no known long term side effects. It has been demonstrated that children taking beta blockers throughout their growth and development years seem to have no adverse consequences. ... (9 replies)

... But even the selective blockers aren't completely selective and thus metoprolol can cause a dry cough. ... (25 replies)
... I have bad reactions to multiple drugs, and I am currently on spironolactone, diovan, and imdur. Beta blockers make me so suicidal that I become incoherent, sobbing inconsolably and obsessed with a method of killing myself. ... (16 replies)
... Yes, "pbaskin" Beta Blockers CAN and do worsen any Pulmonary problems. ... (1 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone here had ever had a problem with using beta blockers or had some knowledge regarding beta blockers and severe edema. ... (25 replies)
... My resting HR can get as low as 48 bpm, not on a beta blocker. While on my beta blockers mine would range from 37 to 43 bpm. For the most part, I felt fine, even at 37 bpm. ... (5 replies)
... There is ONE big danger to beta blockers...certain kinds of heart attacks depend for survival on the effects of adrenal hormones to keep the heart beating through the crisis. ... (3 replies)
... I am finding it extremely hard, actually impossible to get my heart rate into the fat burning zone during my workouts because of the beta blockers I am taking. ... (5 replies)
... marky, with a heart rate as low as yours, I wouldn't risk the chance of using beta blockers. All beta blockers as far as I'm aware slow the heart rate down. Why are being prescribed beta blockers in the first place? ... (5 replies)
... been done to my heart and those pains stopped once I started taking the meds. One other statement about the pains is that i would also break out in a sweat.Beta Blockers can be a good thing. ... (15 replies)
... not like the room is spinning but more like a sick queezy feeling in my brain. Here are some questions I have for you guys about the side effects of beta blockers... ... (3 replies)
... It is possible you can have adverse side effects with certain beta blockers. However, remember we are all individuals and a beta blocker that works for me may not work for you. ... (5 replies)
... Beta Blockers are used for heart failure cases as it reduces HR and BP by reducing the stress hormones. ... (3 replies)
... First I want to say that I can say with a lot of certainty that your pharmacist knows nothing of what it feels like to suffere from these types of problems. Or that he is just an shovanist. Not 'let' his wife?? Whatever. Anyway, I took propranolol throughout my ENTIRE pregnancy. I asked the advice from FOUR drs. My GP, OB, EP, and Cardiologist ALL agreed it was fine to stay on... (4 replies)
... My gp and cardiologist both told me that it was ok to take a beta blocker while pregnant. My pharmacist on the other hand told me that if I were his wife, he'd never let me take it. ... (4 replies)
... If one DOES have a heart attack, beta blockade can interefere with the body's compensatory mechanisms for keeping the heart beating with adrenal hormones. ... (13 replies)
... One week after my husband's visit to the Electrophysiologist/Cardiologist, he recorded enough events to warrant treatment w/Beta Blockers. He's still wearing the monitor but, he took his first dose of Toprol-XL (25mg) this afternoon. I'm relieved that this has been diagnosed and treated, relatively fast. However, he didn't have a real appt w/the doctor today. They just... (8 replies)
Beta Blockers
Mar 17, 2014
... Unless you're a diabetic there is no reason for you to worry about your blood sugar levels with beta blockers. In fact, all beta blockers do is mask the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia which can be dangerous for...well for anyone really. ... (3 replies)


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