Propranolol reviews for anxiety

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Avatar m tn It akso seemed to increase anxiety feelings and uneasiness. Propranolol 20mg seems to work very well for me but it definitely doesn't fix thr problem altogether(nothing has from what I've tried). My doctor just recommend a new med called nebivolol (bystolic) to me thst im pretty hesitant to try as propranolol does help Most out of what ive tried. The nebivolol bystolic didnt get the besr reviews from what ive seen.
Avatar m tn The first psychiatrist I saw 30 years ago told me that 'we'd never stop looking for physical causes for the anxiety and depression I was experiencing'. Like I mentioned earlier EVERYONE experiences anxiety and thus most of them get over it. But anxiety disorder is entirely different. I have had it my whole life and am by no means 'over it'. It's a part of my life...a disability without question. I will NEVER get over it.
Avatar f tn I take propranolol, a beta blocker, for akathisia and anxiety. It works very well for anxiety. I think you may be having break-through depression and anxiety meaning it is working in spite of the drugs, not because of the drugs.
Avatar n tn All I am asking is shouldn't I treat my anxiety with some low dosage anti-anxiety medication instead of going for antidepressants? As I know that if I never get the symptoms of panic attack, I will come out of depression too.
Avatar m tn There are several of us on here who have a similar eye complaint: seeing a bright flash, like the afterimage of a flash bulb, when we blink, and sometimes, on upgaze. This is transient symptom for most of us, lasting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. When the "spot" in our visual field passes over a dark background, the spot appears light. When the spot passes over a light background, it appears dark.
Avatar m tn I have been prescribed 40mg inderal to be taken 3x day for high blood pressure, aswell as anxiety, i have been taking this for little over a week now, i have just been reading up on reviews, to check my side affects (of extreme fatique, dizzyness and brain fog). And have come across this website which has scared the crap out of me.. Which has made me now take the last 2 doses Please can you help me understand. Thankyou http://www.druglib.
Avatar f tn If your having panic attacks there must be some anxiety and you are subconsciously thinking about the attacks.. I was denying this for months saying it's not anxiety but I've had every check done by a doctor. I've had a second and third opinion and they all came to the same conclusion. After accepting the panic attacks went away. However I still have anxiety about these pvc's that won't go away.
Avatar f tn The propranolol does seem to work for me for thr most part but gets no wherr near curing them or allowing me to work out. If i go through a normal day i feel maybe only 2-4 pvcs unless i eat a big meal or unhealthy food then it will be much more.. As long as i dint exercise or run they r much better however i question how much worse a sedentary lifestyle is hurting my health much more than these pvcs. Im still waiting for a solution..
Avatar m tn Was on 40 mg day of propranolol for 2 years and did try all the newer ones but find out they are very good to lower the blood pressure but don't help with the fast heart rate. In an attemp to diminish the side-effects from the beta-blocker, my Cardio Doc just switch me to the Atenolol cause it's an hydrophilic drug so apparently it's not entering into the brain like the Metoprolol.
Avatar m tn I have been prescribed 40mg inderal to be taken 3x day for high blood pressure, aswell as anxiety, i have been taking this for little over a week now, i have just been reading up on reviews, to check my side affects (of extreme fatique, dizzyness and brain fog). And have come across this website which has scared the crap out of me.. Which has made me now take the last 2 doses Please can you help me understand. Thankyou http://www.druglib.
Avatar n tn Just to keep me regulated from my symptoms I take my synthroid, propranolol for the chest pain, heart palpitations, and blood pressure, Lexapro, for the anxiety panic attacks, I get during flares. It's a pain, but I've been through one of the Thyroid Storms before without any medication and it almost killed me, I will gladly take my pills. I really wish someone would take my thyroid.
Avatar f tn Veteran who was able to go off of the Metoprolol because he started D-Ribose, which is a supplement for the heart. So, I immediately looked it up on WebMD to read the 108 reviews. Great comments! After shopping the price, I ordered D-Ribose from Walmart's website for my SVT (with high hopes after reading about it from several other sources). It seems the powder form may be best.
Avatar n tn Hi there, I have been a chronic flusher for years. I get a red blotchy anxiety rash on my neck & chest area when nervous or anxious. I have tried many vitamins & herbs to help this & nothing has really stopped the rash completely except beta blockers. Good luck!
Avatar n tn I've done my share of worrying about them, and have been tested, but my doctors have also told me that they're not going to kill me. I've been on beta blockers (propranolol, etc) for many years for rapid pulse, and they helped by making the PVCs much less noticeable. Around age 40, I was having lots of episodes, and I happened to read an article about NUTS and how they can help prevent irregular heartbeats, so I gave them a try.
Avatar n tn I took Savella for two weeks and had to quit taking it. I felt like I was going to die! My pain got worse (and I thought it was already bad), the top of my head felt like it was going to explode, I broke out in awful sweats, felt spacey and like I was going to pass out, and the WORSE side effect was the nausea. I took it without food and threw up, so I started taking it with food and still threw up. I then decided to take it and lie down for a while.
Avatar n tn My wife thinks that I'm making things worse by turning all the clocks in the house (the ones that chime) off in order to avoid knowing the time so I don't panic by learning that I have ONLY a few hours left before I have to get up and get ready for work. Again, she thinks I am creating a great deal of anxiety for myself. Yes, I have a sleep study two years ago. I did not experience the tremor that night.
Avatar f tn I've had insomnia since I was a child, coupled with severe anxiety. I take an antidepressant and Ativan for anxiety and depression. None of the psychiatrists or doctors I have seen have ever told me to go off Ambien.
Avatar n tn Just know that it will probably take a good commitment and perhaps a lifetime one because once any old bad habits come back so does the anxiety, gut disasters and the afib. Well, thats all for now so keep reading and I wish you and all others on this post well on all your endeavors to rid yourselves of this scourge. Please let us know of your progress, any developments or good results you may have and how and by what means and methods you use to obtain them.
Avatar n tn Hello, I was diagnosed with Complicated migranes when I was 14; I am now 57..at that time little was known.At least one woman in every generation had CM; mine have been the worst. I was treated with every drug under the sun; mostly just for relief of the pain.And as a teen and young adult my parents took me to every dr and headache clinic possible..One dr even told my parents I suffered from "depression" and a therapist was all I needed..
363682 tn?1299492962 Now anytime after about 2 drinks a massive pain will run from the (right) side of my neck and up towards my eyebrow, starting slowly and then getting more and more painful. No allergies or TMJ. I take klonopin for anxiety. I do sit crouched over at work, and have had some minor back issues, but like Mark said where does the alcohol come in to play then? I've used every method mentioned in this thread with different amounts of success.