Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016418/001.

Names and composition

"INDERAL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016418/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/003 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/004 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/009 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/010 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016762/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 10MG
016762/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 20MG
016762/003 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 40MG
016762/004 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 60MG
016762/005 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 80MG
017683/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 10MG
017683/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 20MG
017683/003 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 40MG
017683/004 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 60MG
017683/005 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 80MG
019536/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE SUSPENSION/ORAL 10MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016418/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/003 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/004 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/009 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016418/010 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
016419/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
016762/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 10MG
016762/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 20MG
016762/003 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 40MG
016762/004 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 60MG
016762/005 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 80MG
017683/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 10MG
017683/002 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 20MG
017683/003 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 40MG
017683/004 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 60MG
017683/005 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ ORAL 80MG
018553/001 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 160MG
018553/002 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 80MG
018553/003 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
018553/004 INDERAL LA PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
019536/001 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE SUSPENSION/ORAL 10MG per ML
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021438/002 INNOPRAN XL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
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What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Mose Stangroom 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Ashley Buscaglia 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Lane Callum 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Angla Lindstrom 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Patrina Gestes 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by So Turrill 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Jody Lilyquist 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Joshua Curcio 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Sol Dostal 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Brandi Kirst 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Pierre Macchiarella 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Kirby Howeth 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Carroll Puca 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Stella Schutzenhofer 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Tomeka Lavalette 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Kary Mcsparren 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Christene Bald 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Ethan Tammen 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Dorcas Grobe 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Suanne Strozier 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Lauretta Acey 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Irvin Byra 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Minnie Newsam 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Rema Donhoe 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Marianna Flitton 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Iona Derringer 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Gillian Spegal 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Laurie Bradac 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Danial Grizzard 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Kathaleen Roofner 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Lea Jagiello 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Florine Daughetee 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Rayford Senerchia 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Oralee Davide 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Frankie Pommer 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Rosella Alnutt 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Margene Silversmith 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Dane Specter 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Boyd Klinkhammer 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Juliane Pfleuger 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Pearlie Lalley 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Warner Lukaskiewicz 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Malika Waycaster 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Sabine Toman 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Bee Kitchen 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Juliette Estrade 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Wen Swingler 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Kera Losch 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Wilber Fieldman 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Elizabeth Eick 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Yong Jaussi 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Hertha Gregson 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Anglea Jaquess 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Jackqueline Tote 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Shaniqua Quitter 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Blythe Zervas 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Daisey Waggett 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Randee Kerechanko 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Iraida Belken 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Ruthe Potter 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Carmelina Pedrogo 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Tilda Browing 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Natasha Rogish 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Stanton Trice 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Leta Tillison 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Camie Hartory 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Ilene Kearby 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by May Dicosmo 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Verla Kamrowski 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Lavette Aydin 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Marvel Theiler 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Jordan Reffner 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Corey Baumgard 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Kim Halling 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Camilla Venerable 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Trudy Nungesser 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Mitch Yorke 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Jarod Loukidis 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Leticia Crim 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Charmain Buder 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Melodi Minarcik 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Jesusa Israelsen 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Penney Doroski 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Dong Iverslie 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Cami Yankovitz 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Jermaine Gackle 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Yesenia Abilez 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Jill Militello 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Trish Zertuche 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Floyd Venskoske 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Latarsha Kosten 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Betsey Kjar 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Sydney Osollo 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Brigette Inghram 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Thaddeus Donne 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Chan Winesett 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Guillermina Birton 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Danuta Brownsword 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Janella Puccetti 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Hedwig Salafia 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Florentina Antronica 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Nathalie Pasierb 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Mose Offenbacker 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Valencia Row 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Mariel Cutwright 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Gil Bissegger 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Hilaria Landero 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Chris Summerlot 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Bernie Braig 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Carmina Holdaway 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Kendal Grewe 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Krystin Barreiro 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Hilma Ronde 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Kai Yoshimori 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Lauretta Morago 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Mitzi Wilhite 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Maureen Felks 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Alysha Lehmann 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Fumiko Chaban 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Alex Morini 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Janna Licari 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Librada Strouth 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Nichelle Shaklee 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Josefa Stimus 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Wai Kalberg 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Jonell Heckart 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Caridad Struber 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Maryam Woodell 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Belva Delmore 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Almeta Kantah 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Sybil Berenbaum 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Kelley Teachey 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Donnetta Mifflin 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Shavon Slezak 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Jesusita Bernabei 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Jacinda Quesada 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Shirlene Seifts 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Ashlee Kibby 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Moon Weekley 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Joni Real 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Ardelia Pontius 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Sheridan Menzer 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Kris Holifeild 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Mandie Tagaloe 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Brigette Getty 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Fred Carry 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Rocio Menlove 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Gayle Karasti 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Brain Kuhry 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Raphael Fosnaugh 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Gregg Obremski 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Ta Ilagan 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Hung Poliks 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Karie Holla 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Winford Malinowski 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Alix Sause 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Ashlie Rundahl 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Kenyatta Morein 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Latrice Almario 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Lizzie Clester 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Marti Tatom 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Karin Sandage 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Lowell Briney 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Romaine Zausch 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Erline Begonia 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Margot Marugg 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Phoebe Savina 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Lacresha Cana 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Versie Huslander 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Julianne Erz 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Mac Staiger 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Joette Ogarro 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Myrta Genous 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Kendall Bulkin 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Arnette Anibal 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Claud Ways 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Terese Balish 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Hiroko Insco 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Randa Hoare 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Lizette Kollar 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Reyes Stodomingo 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Carmine Cumber 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Felica Cong 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Lee Boillot 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Kaley Millon 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Barb Devino 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Lena Troutt 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Zoe Soechting 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Sharyl Toothacre 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Willow Yuasa 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Meghann Saetern 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Delora Zechman 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Sanford Guilliam 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Wilton Jinkins 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Idalia Zheng 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Wilbert Kelder 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Isaias Koehnen 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Debroah Thane 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Wendy Buchmann 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Sena Whitelock 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Sun Schuemann 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Bryant Bobseine 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Jeanie Triola 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Toi Troxil 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Desmond Fennimore 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Chloe Lechelt 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Delila Wiens 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Tyesha Palmerino 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Tyron Hotz 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Vi Moxey 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Rubie Hosick 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Margarett Discenza 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Dolores Fuemmeler 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Catherine Flinchum 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Lecia Toolan 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Argentina Denne 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Shara Greminger 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Iva Flam 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Gerri Leskovec 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Jesusita Kottraba 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Marva Martiarena 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Dean Brindle 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Elaine Ostiguy 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Melodee Quiros 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Reagan Bausley 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Henry Polly 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Jerald Reinking 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Cassie Lanna 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Carlie Torongeau 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Kylie Wenthold 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Chasidy Duso 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Betsy Kloiber 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Werner Jin 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Mira Honsberger 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Chelsea Becton 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Matilda Mclellan 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Iva Lark 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Bernard Thorndyke 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Virgilio Fraize 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Rebeca Buecher 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Karyn Godina 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Ching Sura 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Palmira Nishina 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Kala Leavins 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Lynn Heintzman 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Cesar Draft 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Lucinda Balderson 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Reanna Freeborn 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Albert Ertz 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Annice Alibozek 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Toshiko Sandoval 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Ignacia Eglinton 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Lannie Strausz 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Maris Lisy 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Bill Roebke 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Aundrea Sprague 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Refugia Lumbard 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Darcey Carrera 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Quiana Sechrist 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Mary Liebross 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Jame Kertz 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Londa Lingbeck 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Diane Heckathorne 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Roberta Javery 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Flor Philipose 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Holli Palazzo 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Helena Brownsword 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Rikki Keshishian 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Rolf Dichiara 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Val Bangs 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Tanesha Kammann 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Shanelle Kappen 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Eura Smeltzer 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Bernadette Stogsdill 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Dona Belile 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Juliet Groberg 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Vernie Rupard 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Dollie Maltz 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Vickie Delosier 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Aleta Mazin 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Shonna Taguchi 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Raisa Widney 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Corrinne Aliment 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Digna Battey 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Harriett Morriss 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Serita Edney 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Tracee Ransbottom 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Duncan Mcgunnigle 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Mardell Reighard 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Jesenia Rogowicz 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Jessie Mcrill 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Carolynn Hemmerling 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Pilar Greenfield 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Johnette Cilibrasi 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Jonah Mclamb 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Macy Frankenstein 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Josefine Neren 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Norman Massingale 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Nidia Fuess 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Erin Cerrato 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Spencer Boughn 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Micki Gilberti 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Harrison Buetow 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Joan Neiss 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Bradford Riddell 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Syreeta Malara 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Miranda Amoako 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Conrad Swallow 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Andria Harnist 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Carli Baumiester 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Josefine Ismail 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Keeley Nicometo 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Anneliese Riviera 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Chrissy Lahmann 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Brittny Ging 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Gricelda Jegede 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Colleen Lajaunie 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Evelia Gieger 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Lonny Hamner 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Janay Ueckert 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Tawana Achord 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Gwyneth Ridgel 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Paulina Falanga 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Douglas Selman 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Chloe Gasper 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Carma Housholder 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Eldora Arauz 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Almeta Chalcraft 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Richie Kaluna 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Laurence Dolecek 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Layne Slaney 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Ernie Kratchman 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Annice Wolvin 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Ray Heitger 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Vicente Yannone 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Sunny Brooklyn 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Flavia Engelhard 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Jenice Habenicht 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Marlen Tudela 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Wayne Deloye 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Luetta Rynne 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Arica Setlock 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Frankie Sanderford 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Janett Olberding 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Martine Jahnke 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Tawny Eisenhart 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Evonne Piller 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Chia Caluya 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Elanor Cadlett 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Franklyn Ritchhart 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Royal Bessler 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Ida Tehrani 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Amparo Urtiz 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Cecil Saguil 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Kirby Lofstrom 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Erinn Widdowson 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Kermit Mccormack 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Wilfred Saran 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Dodie Oelschlager 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Jerrie Turnham 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Kraig Butler 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Georgiana Moradel 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Tyson Sterback 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Elden Banis 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Alyse Marasco 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Dusti Schlechten 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Lacresha Krzeminski 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Charita Vanderjagt 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Eloy Karban 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Jeffry Fukuda 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Suk Avala 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Marshall Pongkhamsing 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Siu Golebiowski 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Shana Feria 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Raymond Volkers 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Elvera Aronowitz 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Livia Malveaux 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Julius Canterberry 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Margot Zappia 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Paris Dworaczyk 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Ramon Farnan 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Kyra Hussey 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Margherita Dampeer 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Fawn Marolf 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Dan Sorsby 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Hazel Wibbenmeyer 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Kasey Fritzler 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Rich Telfer 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Frederica Cantrall 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Orville Baldassano 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Casey Haare 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Noah Comer 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Liberty Oharra 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Tomi Willimon 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Sharika Suttell 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Hettie Oxborough 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Phyllis Zunich 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Myrle Reinartz 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Jerica Diviney 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Toshiko Opstein 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Andre Reho 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Deja Choute 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Liberty Tancer 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Prudence Paullin 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Theressa Mesias 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Herman Woodrome 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Spring Demilt 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Shae Jozwiak 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Merrilee Fenlon 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Lala Tingen 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Candida Vaszily 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Yolando Geffken 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Clarita Minteer 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Wilbur Aukerman 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Maxima Greenweig 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Alleen Boyan 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Carola Panepinto 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Toshiko Peavy 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Madelyn Cordrey 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Odell Magpuri 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Claude Gromoll 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Paul Daunt 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Alfredia Hatada 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Ilse Frye 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Laurence Arrendondo 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Adaline Westenhaver 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Adrianna Mcalpin 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Davina Crauswell 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Shandi Jovel 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Maegan Froning 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Katharyn Decoteau 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Heidi Hebig 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Emmett Christinsen 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Lelah Romeno 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Toby Frenkel 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Margherita Lyseski 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Xavier Gallegly 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Lane Pomerleau 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Kallie Matsubara 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Jacquelynn Climes 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Rosita Cunard 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Olive Wallick 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Curtis Pedretti 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Angele Buis 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Anja Farrer 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Felicita Luhring 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Sonja Timenez 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Doloris Grindstaff 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Tomika Cairo 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Ta Walto 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Dorene Ang 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Usha Roebke 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Audrea Thelemaque 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Tierra Spivak 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Emily Quander 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Michell Whitelightnin 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Berna Kingston 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Zachary Degross 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Marquis Vanhove 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Patti Honold 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Grant Frair 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Maryln Rowlette 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Audrea Pry 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Queen Neitz 1 year ago.


What does the drug Inderal do?
What is this drug used for? What are the side effects and precautions and drug interactions? Asked by Sheron Saenger 1 year ago.

Inderal is used to treat tremors, angina (chest pain), hypertension (high blood pressure), heart rhythm disorders, and other heart or circulatory conditions. It is also used to treat or prevent heart attack, and to reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches. Inderal may also be used for other purposes. Important information about Inderal You should not use Inderal if you are allergic to propranolol, or if you have asthma or certain heart conditions, especially second or third degree heart block. Do not stop taking Inderal without first talking to your doctor. Stopping suddenly may make your condition worse. If you need to have any type of surgery, you may need to temporarily stop using Inderal. Be sure the surgeon knows ahead of time that you are using Inderal. Avoid drinking alcohol. It may increase your blood levels of Inderal. Inderal is only part of a complete program of treatment for hypertension that may also include diet, exercise, and weight control. Follow your diet, medication, and exercise routines very closely if you are being treated for hypertension. Hypertension often has no symptoms, so you may not even feel that you have high blood pressure. Continue using this medicine as directed, even if you feel well. You may need to use blood pressure medication for the rest of your life. Answered by Cole Baldridge 1 year ago.

it is a beta blocker which is used to decrease blood pressure by blocking the beta cells. It is a high alert medication and you should only take recommended dose and don't skip doses. The side effects can include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and dizziness Answered by Margarita Bazzell 1 year ago.


Difference between inderal 40mg and toprol xl 50?
I am wondering what is the dosage difference between Inderal 40 mg and Toprol XL-50 mg. Which is the better one to take long term? Asked by Arica Hanover 1 year ago.

Inderal LA? They are both long acting...if your talking about inderal la, the capsules,there is plain inderal tablets too(generic is propranolol..i think??). Inderal LA and Toprol XL are both long acting, LA (long acting), XL (extended release) except toprol are tablets. They work in the same way,just different medications. Inderal is made in 20mg doses, 20mg,40mg,maybe 60mg,and 80mg...and so on. Toprol is made in 25mg,50mg,100mg and 200mg. Even though a medication works in the same way as another, it may be required to take a higher dose of one to make it work as well as the other did. Answered by Viola Correia 1 year ago.


Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine?
I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Asked by Torri Pettingill 1 year ago.

Diphenhydramine Drug Interactions Answered by Dara Rynne 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Any drug interaction with Inderal and Diphenhydramine? I take a low dose of inderal and I'm wondering if I can take one benadryl that only has one ingredient (diphenhydramine)....will there be any bad side affects besides drowsiness??? I can't get through to my pharmacist tonight for some reason... Answered by Ewa Gouldie 1 year ago.

You are (already) overdosing. You shouldn't take more than 1 kind of antihistamine, they all do the same thing. Taking 2 of X and 2 of Y is the same as taking 4 of X. You can take an antihistamine and decongestant at the same time, and even a pain relieving tablet, but not 2 anti-histamines, unless a doctor is monitoring your situation. You're asking for trouble, your poor liver. I hope you don't drink alcohol too. Look for antihistamines that people complain cause drowsiness, unfortunately these are the most effective, but you would have to put up with the drowsiness in exchange for better relief. Answered by Lakiesha Braunschweige 1 year ago.

don't take your drug advice from anonymous people with dubious qualification to answer. Are there no 24 hour pharmacies where you live? btw aside from the drowsiness, they are OK to take together. That's what you pharmacist told you......right? Answered by Aline Ripa 1 year ago.


Questions about Inderal (propanolol)?
A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions... Asked by Glenda Esmon 1 year ago.

A few days ago I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid disease and received my 'scripts today - one for propylthiourical (aka PTU), for my thyroid, and propanolol for my high heart rate, palpitations, acute angina, and panic attacks. Unfortunately the pharmacist didn't have time to answer all of my questions (it's a charity clinic and pharmacy, they're rather busy) and I've come up with a few since taking Dose #1 of propanolol. I hope someone can help me out. (Pt is 29, 5'4", 190#, and a bit of a hypochondriac) #1 - I've started to panic, but it's as if my heart doesn't care and just returns to its happy 73 bpm routine. Does this mean that if I get excited or scared, that my heart rate won't rise? Have I become a robot? #2 - Can I continue my work out routine while taking propanolol? (By work out, I mean cardio exercise 3-5x a week.) #3 - If anyone else has taken propanolol, would you please share your experience? The pharmacist said it would take about a week before I'd be used to its effects. #4 - Would I be safe making small trips or perhaps even driving? #5 - How long am I going to be dropping weight? (My ribs are starting to show, which is pretty freaky, considering I've been overweight most of my life.) Thanks!! Answered by Alise Consolini 1 year ago.

I think you should get a second opinion about your condition. Musicians and stuff apparently take inderal to relax them. Ive taken it twice or three times... its part of a drug called beta blockers, when you take them it will feel like weight off your heart. Im very mixed about them. If you dont need them, dont take them. But if youve started taking them dont abruptly stop them or you can end up with serious problems. I personally wouldn't take any of those drugs, and if youve started taking them, talk to the doctor at once to stop taking them. They have really nasty side effects, which may or may not go away, which may or may not worsen your condition. Inderal is a OLDER type of betablocker, They are non selective, which means they block a wide band of receptors (wiki it). Psychiatrists prescribe them for anxiety.. and fairly often! Mainly to control a condition. They also use a drug called VISKEN... But if your heart rate is normal i wouldn't bother. You can deal with your anxiety on your own, i most certainly would not take the beta blocker. I dont know much about the thyroid, but you probably should take that medication. I know thyroids control allot of vital parts of your body... but still get a second opinion before you do anything. Again i dont know enough to help you, these are just my thoughts. Whats really important is 1.) IS it easy to get off? betablockers are the hardest drugs of their class to get off. If you abruptly stop them they could screw up the rate of your heart and cause massive problems. You have to very gradually weane them off. It usually takes a few days before they get into your blood, and then getting off them is troublesome. I also know inderal washes out of your system very fast, so you have to take them often, which from a psychological prospective isnt pleasing, it reminds you that theres always something wrong with you... 2.) Does it have very nasty side effects? Inderal causes nightmares, slow heart rate, a multitude of unnecessary things. Beta blockers are generally for people with tachycardia, or cardiac rhythm problems. 3.) Is it doing more harm then good? In your case, by the sounds of it, yes. The less medication u can take, the better. But you may need the thyroid meds. Answered by Bernetta Ternullo 1 year ago.

I am additionally on Synthroid, my thyroid slightly works. I have spotted each weight acquire and weight reduction, it is in general a question of approximately five kilos with trouble doing some thing approximately it in phrases of vitamin and health. Though I'm no longer high-quality at retaining up with both. Still shouldn't have the vigour I must for the reason that I have got to return for healing adustment. You do not desire your thyroid to also be gradual. You're brain does not paintings the identical, problem concentrating, intolerance to bloodless, feasible middle issues if left unchecked. But the MAJOR predicament is that you simply get so worn out day-to-day, while you get up it appears like you have not slept. You attempt to make it via a piece day and discover your self falling asleep at your table by way of three:30. Friday and Saturday nights do not in general influence in some thing however falling asleep at 10:00 (previous on weekdays). Answered by Cristal Fringuello 1 year ago.


Does taking xanax and inderal(propranolol) help with anxiety of getting on an airplane? howmuch shouldi tak?
Asked by Blake Springfield 1 year ago.

Inderal is a beta blocker that is specifically designed to reduce adrenaline. Although it is a heart medication, it is prescribed as an off-label remedy for anxiety. Often times performers will use it to prevent a rapid heart rate. If your airplane anxiety causes a rapid heart rate, Inderal would be the logical medication to use. It however will not remove the anxious thoughts or feelings you have towards flying. Xanax in my opinion is an effective as-needed medication to relax your nerves and to reduce the racing negative thoughts when you are about to face the anxious situation. After of course consulting my psychiatrist,I have used both together and they really do help with the situations that make me panic. The key is NOT to take them everyday, but only before the specific situation that causes your panic and anxiety. Only your psychiatrist can tell you what dose of each you should take. Answered by Emil Gholar 1 year ago.

Propranolol Xanax Answered by Deon Louchen 1 year ago.


Can you build a tolerance to Inderal LA?
Thanks a bunch. you are right, I take this medication to slow down my heart rate, which then raises my blood pressure. I just feel so horrible lately - it feels like it's not working. :( Asked by Malka Nesspor 1 year ago.

I have been taking 80mg of Inderal LA for about two years now. I take this medication for hypotension. I had tachycardia regularly before and I used to faint as a result. I have been on my feet for two years now and feeling good until recently. I can feel my heart racing again and my blood pressure is low (like it used to be). I have an appointment with my doctor in a few weeks (he's always booked out for a month at a time), so I will of course ask him these questions as well, but I was wondering if it is possible to build up a tolerance to Inderal? It doesn't seem likely, but I don't understand why I'm feeling bad again. Could I be getting worst? Answered by Yuki Glatt 1 year ago.

Inderal LA is a beta blocker and lowers your blood pressure and heart rate. I don't think you were put on this for hypotension, just for tachycardia. I know a person who has taken this same medication for 10 years (at first it was just Inderal) Keep taking the Inderal LA until you see your Dr but drink more fluids, you may be dehydrated. This medicine will lower your BP but dehydration will cause you problems you are describing. See your Dr ASAP. Go to ER if you get worse. Answered by Margie Guilfoyle 1 year ago.

Frostbit, You can built up tolerance to any drug at any time, it happens to me all the time and its frustrating, I can take a medication for 6-8 months and I get completly restrant to it, Good Luck Rita V Answered by Renetta Kanzler 1 year ago.


Inderal and Polygraph?
Would taking Inderal (propranolol) before a polygraph help you pass? If so what would be the appropriate dosage? Asked by Camilla Fesko 1 year ago.

It isn't likely it would help. Inderal is a beta-blocker that helps to keep the heart from beating too fast, but it doesn't keep it from changing at all (this would be pretty bad, actually). A polygraph doesn't measure how much your heart rate changes, just whether it changes the same when asked control questions vs real questions. Plus, the polygraph also measures perspiration and breathing which aren't affected by inderal. The only method I've heard of that may theoretically work is to put a tack in your shoe next to your toe. When they ask you the control questions where they tell you to lie, press your toe down on the tack. The pain makes your heart rate increase, sweat a little and increase your breathing. Then when they ask you the normal questions (and don't press on the tack), if you lie your bodily reactions don't increase to the same amount as they did when they asked the controls. Again, just a theory :) Answered by Renate Zerbe 1 year ago.


Inderal for acute anxiety symptoms?
I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos.I... Asked by Brunilda Wigman 1 year ago.

I have been on benzos (ativan and klonopin before that) for acute anxiety disorder, and though I have figured out how to stop the mental panic, I am still getting physical symptoms (chest pain, "butterflies" ) and I am in summer grad school, so I usually do not have time for the fogginess of benzos. I have avoided taking this due to the necessity to study, but today has been almost an entire "out of body experience". I feel disconnected and well, weird. I have checked my BP all day, and it is in the 130/80 range (it is usually in the 115/70 range). Is this what is causing my feelings? I have known people with BPs in the 200s, and they don't feel this way. Is it the change from normal? What is going on?!? Has this proven to be an effective means to address acute anxiety? Answered by Scott Lett 1 year ago.

Inderal is a Beta blocker that may halt the symptoms that accompany anxiety or panic attacks but they do not prevent the panic itself. You should inform your Dr. if you feel "butterflies" in the stomach for more than 1 week of taking this drug. Your BP reading of 130/80 is still in the normal range. Chest pain though, is not normal when taking Inderal. Unless you're asthmatic, which you should have told your dr because beta blockers are contraindicated in asthamatics. Answered by Evita Monks 1 year ago.

Inderal is one of a class of medications called beta-blockers, which block the part of the sympatetic nervous system, often known as the "fight-or-flight" system. It lowers both the heart rate and the blood pressure and is most often used for heart disease and hypertension. By lowering the sympathetic response to stress, it can decrease the physical manifestations of anxiety. In many patients, the physical effects of anxiety cause a vicious cycle which worsens the emotional aspect, which worsens the physical aspect, which worsens the emotional aspect.... Thus, beta-blockers can help in this situation. This effect has not been proven, per se, but is a common use. The common side effects of this medication include fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, constipation, and occasionally impotence, although not in every patient. In rare cases it can cause severe skin reactions and worsen underlying heart dysfunction. Generally it is tolerated well. If you begin to have problems, call your doctor. Answered by Cary Braunschweige 1 year ago.

I have read some litterature about panic attacks. But they allways seem to have a more scientific approach and that is nothing I need in my struggle to survive those horrible panic attacks. This is a "hand on" and very practical book. I felt it was written to me. I am sure that you are going to feel the same. Joe Barry writes exactly how I think. The examples are perfectly described. And the method is genius. I recommend this book and thanks Joe Barry for writing it. It changes your life Answered by Artie Goulette 1 year ago.

if thre panic is stopped then often the bpd stops too xanax in a large enough dose taken as needed helps for the panics Answered by Pamella Gochal 1 year ago.


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