Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016419/001.

Names and composition

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

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016419/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
070103/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070120/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070121/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070122/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070123/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070124/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070125/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070126/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070127/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070128/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070135/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
070136/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
070137/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
070140/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070141/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070142/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070143/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070144/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070175/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070176/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070177/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070178/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070213/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070213/002 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070213/003 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070213/004 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070213/005 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070217/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070218/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070219/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070220/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070221/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070232/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070233/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070234/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070306/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070307/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070308/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070309/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070310/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070319/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070320/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070321/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070322/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070378/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
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070380/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070381/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070382/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070438/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070439/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070440/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070441/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070442/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070516/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070517/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070518/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070519/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070520/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070521/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG
070548/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070549/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070550/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070551/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070663/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070664/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070665/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070666/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
070667/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070690/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/ORAL 40MG per 5ML
070757/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070814/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
070815/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
070816/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
070817/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
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071098/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
071183/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG
071288/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG
071327/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG
071368/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
071369/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
071370/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
071371/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
071495/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
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071515/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
071516/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
071517/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
071518/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
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071688/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
071689/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
071791/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
071792/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG
071972/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
071973/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
071974/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
071975/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
071976/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
071977/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG
071984/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/ORAL 20MG per 5ML
071985/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE SOLUTION/ORAL 40MG per 5ML
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072067/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
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072069/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
072117/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
072118/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 20MG
072119/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
072120/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
072197/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
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072275/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 60MG
072499/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
072500/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 80MG
072501/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
072502/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 160MG
075792/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1MG per ML
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078022/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
078022/002 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 80MG
078022/003 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 120MG
078022/004 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 160MG
078065/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
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078494/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
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078703/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 60MG
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090321/004 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 160MG

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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**
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016418/010 INDERAL PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 90MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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070178/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 80MG
070213/001 PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 40MG
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What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Alexa Comish 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Raelene Saterfield 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Judith Bobrowski 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Warren Salak 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Krysten Manville 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Mathew Settlemyre 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Gale Decillis 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Dell Foret 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Rosamond Stefano 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Aurore Geris 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Cheri Fusca 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Alexia Garcy 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Twila Winebarger 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Dorthey Beachell 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Louanne Skweres 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Sonia Umeh 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Lawerence Phorng 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Nelly Klitzner 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Gidget Honnerlaw 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Christi Prindiville 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Vanita Okerson 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lavada Shebby 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Shad Krumme 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Neta Feick 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Concha Lott 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Virgie Lindgren 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Tamisha Varoz 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Rolando Olmstead 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Dewey Schaich 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Sharen Swiler 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Tandra Paffrath 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Cherry Bungard 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Laronda Vanderweide 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Dong Pastorius 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Dante Melstrom 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Natacha Slonecker 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Neta Eviston 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Jarod Mcburrows 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Lydia Redler 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Neely Borovetz 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Aja Colden 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Golda Cartee 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Joanie Fern 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Maryetta Avey 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Britni Baibak 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Caren Portnoff 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Nova Ganey 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by John Arriano 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Gary Bartholomew 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Jeffery Hinzman 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Quentin Briley 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Marty Hollinshed 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Tarra Agar 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Malvina Pokorski 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Oretha Chasser 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Lan Farrens 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Tory Ackermann 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Adrien Kimzey 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Holly Mathewson 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Helena Nivens 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Lavonne Hartse 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Samantha Broomhall 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Sammie Vieira 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Mariella Mackler 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Davina Malicote 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Melissia Totten 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Juanita Sulecki 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Kimbra Lahrman 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Mandy Wildes 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Charline Mejorado 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Calandra Brown 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Harlan Minix 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Candis Siegler 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Gabriela Niziolek 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Celina Hackleman 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Tatyana Muraoka 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Johna Forde 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Jannet Limmel 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Neomi Myhre 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Divina Leng 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Joey Cardella 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Everette Lawyer 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Galen Yoakum 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Mendy Whitfield 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Lester Blemel 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Roselee Anderman 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Flora Eckersley 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Barrie Portor 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Bobby Windmeyer 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Catarina Rayside 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Erick Holes 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Irving Passino 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Alden Fushimi 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Lelah Trendell 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Camilla Balmaceda 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Ophelia Dorner 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lorita Mehdi 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Akiko Coulombe 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Lanette Kovarovic 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Alfonzo Mcclennon 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Susana Service 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Chandra Chalaban 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Chae Maiden 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Al Garlinger 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Eufemia Deja 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Aleshia Macdonell 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Shenna Ottino 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Nery Pashia 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Latoria Willaby 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Ernestine Diseth 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Edmund Sickels 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Holley Mikulec 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Chadwick Augsburger 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Divina Terrasas 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Suzan Kone 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Nannie Trenholm 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Kerstin Deeks 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Mazie Gittins 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Sheryl Ambrosio 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Yanira Rhodus 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Sammie Hiens 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Rosie Alfieri 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Kenda Gutieres 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Kimberlie Brading 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Jamel Mittelstedt 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lavern Landron 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Season Butenhoff 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Jeane Grassie 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Juliann Alejandrez 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Mark Oyola 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Kent Pennypacker 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Antonina Velverton 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Christian Romance 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Stephanie Etchells 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Ward Clinker 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Gayle Doemelt 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Marni Reinartz 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Donn Delorenzo 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Doreatha Clothier 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Antonette Gitt 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Shery Pond 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Lauri Quakenbush 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Joey Befort 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Sixta Cheslak 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Marg Paswaters 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Paola Puc 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Annmarie Cokley 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Jeraldine Urena 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Shanon Orloff 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Toshia Ptacek 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Keitha Colebank 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Estelle Atkeson 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Easter Lile 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Lavelle Holz 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Tai Farhat 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Kristi Villagrana 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Annalee Karper 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Clarice Westmark 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Jame Allocca 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Sofia Votsmier 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Shaunda Cappleman 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Elodia Rinkus 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Delmy Mcvea 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Petra Ewton 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Refugia Yetter 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Michell Hodgkins 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Kendall Skoff 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Lauretta Gaus 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Kesha Mikels 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lesa Macie 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by China Paulauskis 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Delilah Strazza 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Cythia Magyar 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Jane Schroepfer 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lakenya Ewers 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Tisa Bottini 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Blanche Millot 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Alethea Briscoe 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Carylon Marecki 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Clora Lampey 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Sherman Benavidez 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Bethany Trish 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Frederick Damrow 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Chung Worm 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Lucy Cordiero 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Eunice Brander 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Lenna Vandevsen 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Vicki Depasse 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Jani Ringgold 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Clifton Bomaster 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Alessandra Coughlin 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Samuel Savickas 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Sherril Seim 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Margery Inaba 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Missy Heiermann 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Dolly Barne 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Estela Halberg 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Dierdre Vanwormer 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Nolan Birden 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Bethanie Tirri 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Jonelle Marinas 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Jose Pou 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Isabella Hockins 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Leia Ellisor 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Tina Sonnen 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Enda Seelye 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Tesha Barillo 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Jacquline Debenham 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Maxine Leverich 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Malcolm Vanstrom 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Bobbi Oishi 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Melissa Bueno 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Randall Slack 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Andre Billman 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Deborah Lowhorn 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Deidre Kleidon 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Alise Pirro 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Loma Schum 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Fredricka Helmstetler 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Lida Buttrey 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Flor Cleckner 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Natosha Cordero 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Telma Chavies 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Eloisa Hoglan 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Eleonora Haptonstall 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Davis Cavagnaro 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Dexter Latourrette 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Joeann Vogan 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Charissa Eplin 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Tobie Merrett 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Jimmie Odien 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Hobert Scherler 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Eleni Lanese 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Fidela Sopher 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Danilo Riggsbee 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Eleonor Sturino 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Tammie Casella 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Yevette Menitz 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Eloy Fogelson 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Loriann Panko 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Graciela Troe 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Mayra Lampron 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Refugia Miyoshi 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Lani Leachman 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Alayna Odeh 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Opal Pohlson 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Ayanna Fluegge 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Janet Palladino 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Johnetta Vicsik 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Minta Mahin 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Leatha Setias 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Faustina Casto 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Irvin Bollig 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Idella Macguire 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Wilber Moser 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Denisha Nathoo 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Ashley Hoskie 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Shiela Sanger 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Tabetha Daller 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Royce Cruze 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Prince Nolda 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Tova Rafi 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Evelia Feather 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Colleen Palmerino 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Man Carico 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Margie Syer 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Cherie Fass 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Giovanni Glowinski 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Wilson Sparkes 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Eartha Chancer 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Cecille Tavira 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Young Bosio 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Donovan Rando 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Sheila Knable 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Carlota Lawhon 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Sydney Cassisse 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Jaye Troxell 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Sherlene Manner 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Gonzalo Isachsen 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Melany Toplk 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Le Chappel 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Felicia Forseth 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Renate Ricucci 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Latasha Garff 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Peter Coch 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Rozanne Connaughton 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Dorris Duwe 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Lorrine Mikita 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Leigh Ashurst 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Sherill Pinick 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Teressa Klingaman 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Hertha Mashak 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Ida Vandell 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Janessa Shumway 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Tari Holtgrewe 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Daniel Whaley 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Hiedi Spille 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Lashaunda Biggar 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Roxie Kerins 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Christiana Balado 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Heidy Rollind 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Milo Girgis 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Dwight Raimann 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Delfina Frydman 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Ahmed Skagerberg 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Yvonne Engesser 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Willette Bielik 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lakiesha Kerechanko 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Gavin Quirk 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Verdell Lemmer 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Caren Peals 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Florida Lapidus 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Margarete Corrigan 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Porsche Wafer 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Cecilia Dedios 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by German Dark 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Elvina Parriott 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Gwyneth Prasek 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Valentine Quarnstrom 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Versie Preza 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Louvenia Desgroseillie 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Thalia Haggins 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Katherine Olde 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Effie Gossen 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Maryann Posner 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Darlena Maydew 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Chi Volking 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Georgianna Tongue 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Vella Mulkins 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Natacha Outhier 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Jaye Danger 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Isabel Thoran 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Alonzo Mackins 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Halley Badzinski 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Junie Ainsworth 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Chris Machinsky 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Moriah Roop 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Gladys Gola 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by My Botten 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Russell Promer 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Kristel Pacey 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Trinity Bermudes 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Harlan Baumbach 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Cinthia Kittner 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Erlene Thadison 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Tiara Stemper 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Antione Hink 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Claris Tyrie 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Willian Arcaute 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Leon Manera 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Pearline Ramire 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Burl Muysenberg 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Jackie Hick 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Hiroko Reisenauer 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Krystina Hanno 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Arlette Kearny 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Piper Beshero 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Apolonia Vasques 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Mikaela Pelligra 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Rebeca Ortolano 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Vivienne Aragus 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Roman Kenekham 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Lorena Matheu 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Karolyn Romness 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Kieth Graeter 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Sharonda Boarman 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Marla Mirante 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Ernesto Ortolf 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Rebeca Parrigan 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Jodee Buis 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Jamey Syring 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Kira Layland 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Rex Marreel 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Josefina Degiulio 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Kaylene Tedesko 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Keenan Angello 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Christopher Kody 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Coleen Calvino 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Tangela Orlin 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Phillis Longwell 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Ramonita Kassouf 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Shoshana Vasiloff 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Collen Leeks 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Fredric Wachs 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Dionne Brow 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Eleni Moeckel 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Lanny Helwig 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Ranae Esbrandt 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Maida Kawaguchi 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Daysi Shedden 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Octavio Mendicino 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Jamison Earvin 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Kesha Angelo 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Britney Groner 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Jessie Shryer 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Samual Sturman 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Rosamaria Basset 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Marcelle Dewilde 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Houston Milosevich 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Reuben Brule 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Shandi Mccullough 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Jan Watzka 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Flo Sancken 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Tenesha Mayard 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Sidney Arata 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Chong Nishimori 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Selene Flick 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Madelyn Ouinones 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Nadia Reichmann 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Ivy Pouk 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Lilla Assante 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Madelene Subich 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Chi Persky 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Magan Tjaden 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Vinnie Senna 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Vonda Falconer 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Bridget Brouillette 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Vicenta Frederickson 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Sophia Campanelli 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Albertha Lucie 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Teisha Bandle 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by William Raitt 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Jeanice Janocha 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Pilar Yokum 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Yael Bourgoin 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Nona Winkler 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Thu Lasher 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Keith Borman 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Eleonore Biamonte 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Melony Chmelicek 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Essie Hoste 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Lizbeth Jozsa 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Toi Lueckenotte 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Jeramy Sass 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Duncan Lossa 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Vena Baity 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Billie Garcia 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Victoria Dolloff 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Pansy Traster 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Lucio Buchs 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Vanita Schaudel 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Elissa Sias 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Yetta Gean 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Evan Granado 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Sharilyn Ezzell 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Harlan Didomizio 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Karl Carrere 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Micki Fendt 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Stan Lule 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Brittni Netter 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Genaro Inzer 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Johnetta Esslinger 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Ashely Crampton 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Rosetta Munoz 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Sal Furlone 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Jenny Vawter 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Shaunte Palas 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Paulette Dammann 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Chuck Stanage 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Carmine Rene 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Emilee Hetcher 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Jeanna Olmedo 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Alease Koster 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Stephnie Lyde 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Marguerite Tiemens 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Shanta Carrizales 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Karlyn Mcdermott 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Kelli Loaiza 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Lillie Nicklaw 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Corrina Armenta 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Alena Cutia 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Karena Mun 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Salley Okimoto 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Wiley Limage 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Leonarda Sheller 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Cliff Wienberg 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Magaret Klumph 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Warner Krzesinski 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Eliana Blatteau 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Angle Lusher 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Hugo Leuasseur 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Woodrow Speese 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Leena Tomek 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Willie Corcuera 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Ariane Miosek 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Ivory Janowicz 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Virgil Suominen 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Garrett Ocanas 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Dung Baiz 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Nam Garmany 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Marcel Frashure 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Steve Stargel 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Twanda Snipe 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Marleen Grossetete 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Gita Gutkin 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Ava Pollo 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Afton Rubens 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Teresa Bradtke 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Fannie Tschetter 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Fermin Bennings 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Gwenda Ashland 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Kirby Bucaro 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Keira Dames 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Dane Declue 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Roslyn Cheon 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Kandace Koenen 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Karol Schimmel 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Trevor Gede 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Adelia Kniffin 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Antonia Trichell 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Walter Ruleman 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Vicenta Dwiggins 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Maud Maccarino 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Beatris Dukette 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Layne Raysor 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Beryl Lukasiewicz 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Elliott Izak 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Cathey Merkwan 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Kaley Losolla 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Felicita Preda 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Edmond Zais 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Jesusita Hemmie 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Ryan Guider 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Eugenio Juaire 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Estell Szenasi 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Alesha Blackgoat 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Tisha Reiterman 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Denna Lindblad 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Leesa Hoffnagle 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Akiko Deremiah 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Marissa Reaney 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Myesha Schirmer 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Tanja Sergent 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Devon Shuey 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Tonia Auzat 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Ruth Mozak 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Colton Winzenried 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Starr Reta 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Alleen Catterton 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Todd Paravati 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Maurine Mcalister 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Julieta Denner 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Carolee Lapitan 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Johnnie Weyers 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Dominque Danger 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Neely Matt 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Tobias Cerami 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Verena Hazelrigg 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Zona Marler 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Lesha Kuykendoll 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Tommye Breen 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Bettye Mowers 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Yung Nottingham 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Odette Pruneda 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Nancy Cesare 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Odis Centanni 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Candelaria Ramey 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Ivy Nick 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Maryjo Reckley 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Bessie Allaway 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Oma Ohotto 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Ezra Case 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Fausto Mierzwa 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Kristeen Sulouff 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Rosamaria Letender 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Lucinda Akin 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Ammie Orta 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Billie Savakis 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Jennette Novikoff 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Mahalia Skordahl 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Reva Uppencamp 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Alana Guse 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Edgardo Bulock 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Albert Codling 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Osvaldo Krumrine 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Coleen Blyther 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Scott Navar 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Belva Demendonca 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Maren Ana 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Judie Seagraves 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Duane Taggart 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Armanda Mormino 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Santana Santana 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Suk Berfield 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Vincenzo Cerreta 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Leann Gavell 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Dannielle Mitten 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Janet Scarpitta 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Esther Jocoy 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Kendrick Whysong 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Marnie Gasior 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Consuelo Gazaway 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Corinne Ferratt 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Jacqualine Brittin 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Caprice Loggins 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Kristel Reisch 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Royal Flener 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Lanell Gonzalas 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Larhonda Pritt 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Lou Aynes 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Milagros Golla 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Linda Lindbeck 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Anamaria Flam 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Marlyn Burker 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Laronda Sabates 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Alicia Moch 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Gemma Grill 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Josefine Auxilien 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Gearldine Gilliland 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Tari Catozzi 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Ashanti Schnipper 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Susannah Mountcastle 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Towanda Hamdan 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Eddy Pfalmer 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Pearlie Natividad 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Stefany Moench 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Kayla Swerdloff 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Chana Louil 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Drusilla Midgette 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Kathern Vljeric 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Alexander Dillmore 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Rochelle Carpentier 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Coy Arterbury 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Delmar Taintor 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Audrie Englehart 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Christa Brickey 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Genevieve Stief 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Caroline Agundez 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Enedina Barginear 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Rosaline Rolon 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Shirly Echegoyen 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Melodie Burtin 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Jacqulyn Nuber 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Noble Zauala 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Edythe Stoglin 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Charlie Cwalinski 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Dian Zombro 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Esmeralda Rauhecker 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Claudie Chemell 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Deetta Matthies 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Tana Dunkentell 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Pamila Mcclish 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Brigitte Blinston 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Arlie Hockins 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Karyl Nevitt 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Melynda Trell 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Corinne Gammon 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Louetta Fuerstenau 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Fermin Mindingall 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Kiara Strieker 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Tom Laudermilk 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Korey Becerril 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Shane Wegweiser 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Eloy Amsden 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Norbert Szulimowski 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Lesia Coonradt 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Assunta Feyler 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Kayleigh Lueder 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Lindsy Huneke 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Jaleesa Edmerson 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Cathryn Brammer 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Winston Klingner 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Bridgette Auila 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Nelly Pique 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Dulcie Sisler 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Mika Sausedo 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Federico Laurey 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Bessie Alamia 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Joannie Zoll 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Lenard Kurtis 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Everette Merando 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Devora Remak 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Ollie Sieve 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Latricia Pavese 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Serina Heslin 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Seymour Accala 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Federico Braband 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Antione Tso 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Manuel Dinkin 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Onie Schifko 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Cory Girard 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Tonisha Goldenman 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Marna Scheidel 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Angelica Catalli 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Desire Schaff 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Sulema Hostert 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Thaddeus Bahoora 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Minnie Kirkling 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Tori Heuer 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lyndsey Frayre 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Tam Dittrick 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Leatha Rocho 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Glynis Becze 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Gabriele Ambagis 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Hilaria Kuhtz 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Clarence Riesner 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Bernadette Pates 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Gavin Meglio 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Brooks Steady 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Perry Balder 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Enedina Nowitzke 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Sha Galleher 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Gordon Seikaly 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Clemmie Croman 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Mary Macknight 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Elenore Purol 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Brett Fatone 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Shamika Casareno 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Glen Lilyblade 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Mozelle Moulden 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Un Pigram 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Rocco Greenhouse 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Lyman Conkrite 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Gilbert Wunsch 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Mike Shoman 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lili Fron 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Alesha Feisthamel 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Julene Tetteh 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Nobuko Stenehjem 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Nicholle Chindlund 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Shawnee Lemmert 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Jinny Degener 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by William Thaman 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Maryam Lancia 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Roselee Selvage 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Francesco Yerbic 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Helaine Mantifel 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Scott Maczko 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Rachelle Parbs 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Kacey Lightning 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Kaye Duman 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Cathern Pieloch 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Novella Lathern 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Daphne Gherardi 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Sari Coradi 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Velvet Mycroft 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Alec Zech 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Archie Kuthe 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Leeanna Jech 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Arlena Higgons 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Ariel Mikulecky 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Carlena Forte 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Leticia Christmau 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Leslie Paynes 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Eddy Ket 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Liz Larez 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Marianela Pizzico 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Mark Lennox 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Mora Mccaa 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Barbar Califf 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Joye Sabha 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Muoi Escober 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Marjorie Heyden 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Erinn Mulliniks 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Donna Weiglein 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Margeret Grizzell 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Else Monteverde 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Letty Ellenbee 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Carl Hanoharo 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Landon Avansino 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Donita Palmiter 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Karl Erard 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Leia Houck 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Robin Pigna 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Illa Forcade 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Mitzie Leko 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Kacy Bargerstock 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Clark Niccum 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Aiko Iglehart 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Tamar Brase 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Jaye Fowble 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Reta Sheely 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Meaghan Suomela 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Fredrick Zarazua 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Crysta Knepshield 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Billi Stonehouse 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Sina Salemo 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Lupita Russ 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Leisha Virgile 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Sandra Angeline 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Scott Legall 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Forest Mandahl 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Kaitlin Yanacek 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Tamesha Garlinger 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Rigoberto Swant 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Royce Minder 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Bertie Evanchyk 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Melani Siprasoeuth 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Stacey Kemmerer 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Man Vanwagner 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Lindsey Manto 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Myung Olli 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Danyell Knoeppel 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Renato Wiscount 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Sadie Gravitz 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Sasha Viens 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Bertie Blizzard 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Rosalva Huntington 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lacy Hercman 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Miyoko Scarpone 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Roxana Zerbe 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lanell Mattos 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Venita Dusenbury 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Ione Deponte 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Myron Zulauf 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Edda Roarty 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Mariam Nivala 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Blythe Bassette 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Claribel Carreira 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Avis Smolensky 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Cristy Branner 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Melani Corby 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Doyle Pollins 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Faustino Hamilton 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Eboni Bumpus 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Dona Florenz 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Jennine Vandenbosch 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Ciera Acorda 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Alesia Paino 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Euna Buglione 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Donna Buras 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Eliseo Cushingberry 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Janise Neylon 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Cythia Gesamondo 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Maudie Leistner 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Kareen Settles 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Corazon Sinrich 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Audra Epperley 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Adella Freddrick 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Gianna Schmidtke 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Shaunda Bowersox 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Jame Crain 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Julee Meason 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Nia Langenfeld 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Nikia Uriostegui 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Bibi Holgate 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Loise Pale 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Kirstin Orbeck 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Kasie Gaudino 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Nichelle Knisley 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Rudy Officer 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Jestine Harutunian 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Steve Vorachek 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Rona Villalba 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Natalia Keto 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Marica Pereira 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Lidia Llams 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Aracelis Hohlfeld 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Lang Colecchi 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Angelita Keough 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lahoma Callens 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Jean Wilenkin 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Thao Paske 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Armanda Manylath 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Jennefer Podrasky 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Meghan Cresta 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Filomena Siliezar 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Terence Dinatale 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Clarence Mucerino 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Makeda Riesinger 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Clement Fedler 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Dani Posthuma 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Shizuko Taccetta 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Love Perce 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Virgil Demallie 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Adell Machin 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Laquanda Clendaniel 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Concetta Gorsline 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Emerald Fawver 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Rodrick Pullem 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Earnestine Gamblin 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Vonnie Kleefisch 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Joan Casalenda 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Rolando Gaetani 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Joline Lobosco 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Francesca Linderleaf 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Elsa Gett 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Esmeralda Germaine 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Raguel Mcmeans 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Thomas Swierk 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Marquitta Venturella 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Lane Bureau 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Wilton Bomba 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Latesha Kinahan 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Lisha Schebler 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Tiffani Embs 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Lasandra Quilindrino 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by My Antigua 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Shondra Lincoln 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Rebeca Poncedeleon 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Dong Zari 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Londa Steans 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Tisha Monterroso 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Yolonda Chasse 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Iraida Khokher 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Kenisha Jill 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Alba Degraffenreid 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Simone Frasure 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Britt Gelormino 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Tyra Brumett 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Josie Craigmiles 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Cheryll Metott 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lavern Delariva 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Rocky Petruso 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Teresia Poeppelman 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Olimpia Brake 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by David Stefansky 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Susanne Cheda 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Olive Aran 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Marcelo Fawley 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Marisol Craiger 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Janet Alvear 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Renae Krebbs 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Yuriko Fallo 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by John Grzegorek 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Keitha Tyus 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Ruthe Klimo 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Jessika Burnum 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Glen Grimme 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Eustolia Calabro 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Jenny Blomme 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Eleanor Rump 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Rosaura Ertle 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Evie Alldredge 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Elodia Luca 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Elsa Ring 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Lynna Burth 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Vannessa Paylor 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Daisey Valentia 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Laticia Hinderliter 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Maurice Darnel 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Monique Newgent 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Edith Troublefield 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Arianne Degraw 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Adrian Levitz 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Melva Cantakis 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Jordan Panton 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Daron Stothart 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Emile Kogler 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Kathlene Almquist 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Steffanie Munford 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Mui Hamza 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Alexandria Masser 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Eden Martyn 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Phylis Sato 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Jin Bialecki 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Velma Riney 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Kamala Arrigone 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Tamekia Randgaard 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Shamika Devreese 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Tracie Murchie 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Carleen Brunjes 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Christi Kadlec 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Astrid Conoly 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Tonja Poggi 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Elfreda Umbel 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Ariana Sheskey 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Darcie Ryce 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Irvin Schultes 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Elisha Skaff 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Dustin Owolabi 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Laure Grobes 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Fumiko Haff 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Anastacia Streitnatter 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Paul Ashbrook 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Alline Frumkin 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Leroy Sattel 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Harley Mayol 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Charlsie Lasseter 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Nathanael Schwieger 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Aleshia Appert 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Maritza Safko 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Audrea Olay 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Mona Camastro 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Kayleigh Laroux 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Delisa Cicatello 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Georgie Detwiler 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Joeann Garity 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Sue Bowle 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Art Hermance 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Caroline Posada 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Aimee Schoff 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Keli Flether 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Leonor Habisch 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Sandie Alsbrook 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Karisa Chun 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Stan Hemmer 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Sherie Remington 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Sergio Kool 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Rufina Bischof 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Lindsey Wheatcroft 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Cassy Wirtzfeld 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Viviana Oka 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Amada Bagen 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Susy Collura 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Cristin Rides 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Dion Artibee 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Melita Minar 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Brandon Lanski 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Kip Mccreless 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Carlotta Mogus 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Sibyl Ristig 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Rickie Klostermann 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Margot Skeens 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Thuy Bellomy 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Sydney Strzyzewski 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Mable Menifee 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Timika Mcclellan 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Isaura Polkinghorn 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Tia Sertuche 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Lovella Roses 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Vern Dingillo 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Shameka Bosque 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Brinda Velthuis 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Leana Throneberry 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Brooks Nurre 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Despina Matise 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Brenda Laehn 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Dann Hedge 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Mafalda Shelley 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Clementina Isaiah 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Genoveva Haubold 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Aisha Azua 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Marline Fabry 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Hyon Quiroz 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Malcom Vanzandt 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Lucille Mace 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Brett Panyko 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Reggie Vanhoose 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Ilona Zieser 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Shauna Twyford 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Debbie Mazuera 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Barbara Frisella 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Wan Loury 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Yen Capistran 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Sally Lisa 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Stanley Quackenbush 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Nickie Pinkey 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Lindy Seidenbecker 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Raeann Mannis 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Winifred Riedesel 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Allyson Vilardo 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Joanie Scharte 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Donovan Room 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Corliss Gwillim 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Dwain Martina 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Dwayne Nikolai 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Margarite Gabrel 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Merrilee Mismit 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Modesto Beem 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Shemeka Shalam 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Brenda Fleak 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Nia Mahomly 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Hue Skillom 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Ernestina Abington 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Jerome Bryson 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Detra Begonia 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Elmira Jandris 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Blake Averill 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Valentine Clara 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Izetta Tagle 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Jean Rehmert 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Alfreda Svedine 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Carleen Kornbluth 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Bianca Stoudmire 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Raguel Rollie 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Lester Rimm 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Sumiko Chilcott 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Rowena Hice 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Angella Gorney 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Janyce Hirte 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Marlen Coombs 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Lang Fagg 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Ying Ananias 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Rosalinda Cleland 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Shonna Witkop 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Ginger Ruell 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Elinore Mclauglin 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Jill Ditch 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Zack Tener 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Enrique Cromedy 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Nelly Morles 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Karima Prete 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Alesia Raczka 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lonnie Blystone 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Emilia Zahran 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Sharri Joshua 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lisabeth Schiffert 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Karlyn Safran 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Young Schurkamp 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Suzie Schmautz 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Annabelle Similton 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Jodie Houghton 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Bertie Schiebel 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Mellie Fadley 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Edra Maroon 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Janie Masloski 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Silvia Zambarano 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Annika Mccart 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Refugio Alvidrez 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Alleen Bjorseth 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Laure Riolo 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Bridget Helfenbein 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Zoila Klingman 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Matthew Glowski 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Boyce Leibold 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Marissa Senff 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Wilber Derrigo 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Bailey Boling 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Emely Gamm 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Elfrieda Lamartina 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Jayson Boham 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Corrine Rieman 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Tyson Stavinoha 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Domenic Hoban 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Clark Koener 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Lakesha Maurus 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Ike Mudie 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Niesha Heldt 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Cleo Petit 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Sherlene Rule 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Leeann Curreri 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Ronni Sanlucas 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Debora Gillian 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Brett Millers 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Shayne Lovitz 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Doretha Burgraff 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Kenya Wussow 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Keira Mckeane 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Elsie Eischen 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Joshua Koutras 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lynetta Donkin 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Alva Heineken 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Amado Botticello 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Perry Chilson 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Moriah Fude 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Clorinda Juriga 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Adelina Kamm 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Mario Trevigne 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lyndsey Hornback 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Shirely Fore 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Lakita Kofron 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Cory Blackwall 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Leanna Teltschik 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Slyvia Heuangvilay 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Enrique Zellmer 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Nathalie Rimes 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Mavis Roca 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Katheryn Prebish 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Lelia Abdella 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Serafina Corsa 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Lewis Yanke 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Cammie Monge 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Rafaela Gentles 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Laticia Dunlavy 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Sabra Steckelberg 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Whitney Hudler 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lolita Dimalanta 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Laurine Rensch 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Allan Yozzo 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Zora Kleier 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Kimberlie Thyng 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Fallon Granthan 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Devon Ferguson 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Simon Eisenstein 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Keli Scipio 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Glynis Rozzell 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Shanae Hardge 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Edison Weemes 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Charlena Youns 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Jeremy Heathman 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Clorinda Farnes 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Fonda Fanno 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by John Legnon 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Solange Audet 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Shanda Taliferro 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Karla Cutter 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Vergie Ruttinger 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Darcie Yuen 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Shawn Gamez 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Jerrold Loethen 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Georgiana Defenbaugh 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Yvone Barberio 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lai Lapsley 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Devon Hogsette 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Ivey Numan 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Bobette Yard 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Melony Arone 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Wayne Acron 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Angeles Gillet 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Guy Georgiadis 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Lia Ruiter 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Fidelia Borris 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Jack Hopf 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Cathleen Veron 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Francene Mcclod 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Truman Evanson 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Ethelyn Ruesch 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Lucinda Strande 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Melania Toy 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Hannelore Deschamps 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Earlie Sottile 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Bryce Sheaks 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Quincy Mccreless 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Madeleine Galletta 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Cristopher Trundle 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by So Tienken 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Max Lew 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Stephnie Sassaman 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Lucienne Detten 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Shiloh Epperley 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Earnest Luecke 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Tu Stanaland 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Esmeralda Bogle 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Jeremy Butrick 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Karyl Ledsinger 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Eula Heyman 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Virgilio Englund 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Miss Arner 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Carrie Henslee 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Corrinne Yunes 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Trent Larrabee 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Hermina Beltrame 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Pierre Giczewski 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Orpha Esson 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Erline Romines 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Allene Miele 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Dimple Arrezola 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Abdul Knabb 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Gwenda Demaline 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Jae Coric 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Jose Turturo 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Maudie Sneary 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Rema Meinerding 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Loraine Smillie 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Alissa Smtih 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Sherill Stollar 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Ji Keown 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Gracia Linzey 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Mary Chupp 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Trang Hopson 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Sandie Frontz 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Gilda Than 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Tereasa Magnie 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Nestor Dampf 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Leonie Stefanowicz 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Yasmin Szymczyk 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Catherine Yeakley 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Kelly Henao 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Joycelyn Staniford 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Cassi Deland 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Alisa Averitt 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Willa Schroeter 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Ruth Forrer 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Virgil Divoll 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Angelika Erle 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Malka Breaud 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Ashton Drude 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Dawn Magic 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Flor Rutt 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Kathlyn Mcinnis 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Dagny Pumphery 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Georgine Lisby 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Fredricka Wimer 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Cameron Sauriol 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Adelina Respes 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Natosha Ciampanella 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Ehtel Brechbill 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Rosendo Merzlak 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Marisol Shellhammer 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Aaron Speirs 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Liliana Laggan 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Debroah Philpot 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Roberta Rhoney 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Ema Banasiak 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Fanny Stabley 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Sofia Wieto 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Monet Door 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Joanie Willeto 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Joslyn Peretz 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Cristi Hillestad 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Taylor Storrs 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Enoch Forsch 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Natalya Coant 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Sara Shamsi 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Danuta Chai 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Britta Mooser 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Chae Margolis 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Nancy Eltringham 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Basil Vieu 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Lorretta Bongiorno 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Calvin Credo 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Garrett Vizcarra 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Estelle Franck 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Ardith Hosack 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Keenan Donohve 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Bok Replin 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Chadwick Anway 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Chance Coffey 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Carola Buvens 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Latricia Sevadjian 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Guillermo Stidd 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Romelia Keedy 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Billie Rockenbach 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Margarett Schnipper 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Mabel Gab 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Kasi Nopachai 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Leonor Jamal 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Karolyn Louie 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Willie Glazier 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Elida Beser 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Joana Winarski 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Pansy Mcfan 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Thomas Ruberte 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Peg Placzek 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Donny Houchin 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Kathi Wisnowski 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Marlo Hossack 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Lonnie Dabe 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Bettina Intriago 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Kelley Cobble 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Debi Kanzenbach 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Hai Giel 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Pasquale Karras 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Sharolyn Hahm 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Alexis Birr 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Ok Bekins 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Donnie Wisnieski 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Joya Klis 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Bryanna Manto 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Clay Mohrlock 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Tory Feintuch 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Danelle Stromain 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Chi Pascorell 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Ferne Bose 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Dorinda Marius 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Trudie Lyson 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Kathlyn Horimoto 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Zachary Goodspeed 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Marcellus Yarman 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Bell Quail 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Merideth Favalora 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Chia Lennan 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Glinda Guadagnolo 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Delorse Arno 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Kyle Alcock 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Valorie Adie 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Marylou Vong 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Chase Akamiro 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Jame Plackett 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Arlean Giambattista 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Concha Yomes 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Song Abdul 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Dedra Hakim 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Shawnta Lipa 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Cherie Basara 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Shelby Fraint 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Tonie Ok 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Lamont Tarpley 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Angelita Vanhuss 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Stacia Ultsch 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Myrna Sacchi 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Antoine Enix 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Ima Sebren 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Pearl Readinger 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Randell Mogel 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Hilda Buczek 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Jacquiline Mauson 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Jeanne Newey 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Contessa Meraz 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Salome Denogean 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Nu Austine 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Allie Sboro 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Wilmer Soard 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Dewey Woodlin 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Verona Musch 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Johnna Hinger 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Kaylene Leesman 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Shelia Grinder 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Tammera Clarno 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Franklin Menefield 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Misha Gerke 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Cortney Broderick 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Pearle Gitlewski 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Terrell Chanco 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Wallace Deuel 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Hazel Darvish 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Gianna Lok 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Gabriele Remsburg 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Man Bilotto 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Arlen Sinrich 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Jude Krome 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Saran Vanvolkinburg 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Valorie Wissmann 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Jon Cofrancesco 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Ming Danni 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Nikki Althauser 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Leia Schlicker 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Adina Stanislaw 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Rick Creighton 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Annalisa Kappes 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Ramona Whildin 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Hillary Jenkens 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Armida Veen 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Doyle Farese 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Christene Alirez 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Velvet Leilich 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Suzy Englar 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Debora Neren 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Rosario Kroener 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Lucille Mckern 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Carmina Menger 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Dominique Rockford 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Marni Pomiecko 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Carlene Ehrmann 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Rosa Stasny 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Tori Oldow 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Tami Balling 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Dorthy Kostis 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Carey Dotterweich 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Joette Tur 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Earnest Sayloe 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Maxie Arteaga 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Terese Pruskowski 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Marita Norseth 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Sherlene Salazan 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Armanda Malecha 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Boyd Chand 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Britta Barros 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Roberto Wildenberg 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Ernesto Mirkovich 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Wesley Gallus 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Felton Pew 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Chasity Halloway 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Lashunda Wiltshire 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Synthia Merrih 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Dorian Chittick 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Karl Gainer 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Rosella Sobol 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Isela Cheeseman 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Darwin Roen 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Sharita Mittelman 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Shila Laport 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Denita Rymes 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Lamar Foeller 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Chun Foxworth 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Samual Azulay 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Tamekia Maisto 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Clorinda Kutzer 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Burma Tally 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Alethia Richert 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Krista Weissenborn 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Glynda Flamer 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Royal Olliff 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Sammy Teskey 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Maura Muther 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Damian Casseus 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Talisha Cress 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Lonnie Alden 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Lorenzo Bustin 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Gertrudis Ohren 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Felica Ostroski 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Coral Speedy 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Velma Marlene 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Ginny Henriques 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Mari Witczak 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Addie Eskind 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Charlsie Ruf 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Bobette Blatz 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Imelda Kounkel 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Ira Mordehay 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Joaquina Jeans 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Valene Bambino 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Sueann Bonanni 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Farrah Pion 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Casandra Dains 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Julia Forslund 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Julee Fraschilla 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Kris Graciano 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Rueben Cellucci 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Robin Lykens 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Tennie Leffel 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Gaye Sayyed 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Krishna Dininno 1 year ago.

propranolol is a beta blocker. it blocks the effects of adrenalin that your body naturally prodcuces. some people get pre-performance anxiety. it will not improve your time though. that you did on your own. some anxiety prior to running is good. i used to get psyched up before a race which is good. i was also a little anxious but the anxiety went away as soon as the starting gun went off. if you feel anxious during the race, perhaps, you do need the inderal. anxiety can also make you feel tired. sometimes, i felt tired before the race because i was so nervous. i hope someday you'll feel confident enough about your ability to run without the inderal. Answered by Kathyrn Copher 1 year ago.

It didn't do anything to help you. one of the side effects of propranolol or any beta blocker is exercise intolerance or easily fatiguing. You probably just had a good day, or you didn't burn off a bunch of energy before the race pacing back and forth. Answered by Ambrose Gamotan 1 year ago.


Where is Propranolol hydrochloride soluble in?
i m sure its water soluble, but what about its solubility in acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether or dichloromethane? Asked by Mathew Heidgerken 1 year ago.

hmm Propranolol hydrochloride is white to off-white,crystalline powder, it is odorless and has bitter taste, melts at 164 degrees, soluble in water and alcohol;slightly soluble in chloroform; practically insoluble in ether. as for "acid, alkali or organic solvent like diethyl ether"- non soluble i believe dichloromethane is slightly soluble, might wanna check on that one. Answered by Norberto Edick 1 year ago.

Propranolol hydrochloridedecomposes when alkaline or not? Answered by Hilton Matelski 1 year ago.


What is the difference between propranolol and propranolol hydrochloride?
it is used as a maintenance for high blood pressure.what is the difference with regards to effectivity? Asked by Essie Oatney 1 year ago.

No difference. Inderal, InnoPran XL = Propranolol = propranolol hydrochloride. Other names Avlocardyl, Dociton, Inderalici and Sumial. Answered by Logan Burfeind 1 year ago.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart disease, pheochromocytoma (tumor on a small gland near the kidneys), and certain types of tremor. It is also used to prevent angina (chest pain) and migraine headaches. Propranolol is also used to improve survival after a heart attack. Propranolol is in a class of medications called beta blockers. It works by relaxing blood vessels and slowing heart rate to improve blood flow and decrease blood pressure. Propranolol is available in generic form as propranolol hydrochloride. Answered by Janessa Monzo 1 year ago.


Propranolol 5-10 mg/scared?
I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of... Asked by Jene Bowey 1 year ago.

I was priscribed propranolol for fast heart rate my,my heart rate is usually about 80-100 some times ill have a 100-110 but not usually...and i feel like i have an irregular heart beat but i havent been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat i have to me tion that to my doctor tomorrow...i was priscribed 10 mg of this propranolol but im really scared to take it im thinking about taking 5mg to start off but im scared of the side affects..im scared of instantly feeling "uncomfortable" and not being able to do nothintg about it..lately my heart rate has been better resting about 70-80 or so some times 65 i noticed when i eat it my heart beat fast especialy if i lay down right after... I really wanna take it but im scared of the side affects im scared to feel diffrent and scared to feel reall dizzy how long does it take to kick in? Is it instantly? What does it feel like? I heard on rare ocassions people have visual disturbances? Im not the type to usually have side effects from pills Answered by Hien Zamarripa 1 year ago.

Propranolol has been shown to significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressures. The higher the dose of propranolol, the greater the drop in blood pressure is expected to be. By lowering blood pressure(people can reduce the long-term effects of this condition, including:heart attack, stroke and kidney failure).Propranolol can decrease the risks that occur with long-term high blood pressure. But does not, however, cure high blood pressure. Propranolol hydrochloride (Inderal) has been licensed to treat a number of conditions.Obviously the chance of having a heart attack far exceeds the issue of being able to concentrate(arguable by some). I am currently being prescribed both Inderal and Adderall. I take 30mg of Adderall XR and half of a 10mg (the lowest) dose of Inderal daily. In my opinion this is not a very good combo. The Adderall gets me going and focused, while the Iderall seems to make me tired all day, and I am already tired enough throughout the day. I've started taking the inderal closer to lunch so that by the time it starts compounding my drowsiness I'm off work. Regardless, despite doctors okaying one to counteract the other, I don't think that [naturally] this is supposed to work to your advantage(again, this can be argued). Look at it this way, you don't drive your car fwd and then in reverse constantly while trying to get somewhere. Take care............. Answered by Phylis Puelo 1 year ago.


Interactions between Paxil (SSRI), Diane 35 (birth control) & Propranolol (Beta Blocker)?
Does anyone know if it's safe to take Paxil (10mg, SSRI) and Diane 35 with Propranolol (10mg, Beta Blocker)? Asked by Jackeline Padeken 1 year ago.

Sorry cannot find an interaction with Diane 35 however...PAROXETINE HYDROCHLORIDE (in Paxil) may interact with PROPRANOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE (in Propranolol) Paroxetine may increase the effect that propranolol has on the heart. This could cause the heart to beat at a slower rate than normal. Symptoms of this condition include dizziness, chest pain, and fainting. If paroxetine and propranolol are taken together, your doctor may want to monitor you closely to make sure that your heart is functioning properly. If you are experiencing problems, your doctor may consider using an alternative to propranolol. Discuss this potential interaction with your healthcare provider at your next appointment, or sooner if you think you are having problems. This interaction is poorly documented and is considered moderate in severity. Answered by Roxy Roldan 1 year ago.

Tegretol is a strong medication that can greatly affect the effectiveness of other meds. If you are stable on your Paxil and Wellbutrin, it's possible you'll have to readjust those medication doses while on Tegretol. Only a pharmacist or experienced physician can tell you exactly what the interactions might be. You might also try writing to the company and asking for literature on the interactions. A beta-blocker should be compatible with the Paxil and Wellbutrin, but in combination with the Tegretol...that's something that definitely needs careful investigation. There are better methods to reduce anxiety. Using a beta-blocker is messing with a lot more than your moods, including heart and blood pressure affects. You need someone to help you closely monitor your medications. It sounds like you are using too many medications to control a condition that can be better treated with more efficient meds. Answered by Garland Bugenhagen 1 year ago.


Is propranolol hydrochloride safe to take and does it work.?
Hi I have been prescribed this medicine for my anxiousness and I was just wondering is it safe to take it and does it work. The doctor has already given me details but can someone who has had this medicine tell me from their experience. THANK YOU. Asked by Jacquetta Sewyerd 1 year ago.

I've taken it, it slows down your heart rate. Sounds like a bad doctor. It isn't the safest thing for anxiety. Klonopin is. Answered by Ayanna Leak 1 year ago.


What group of medicine is propranolol hydrochloride and what purpose dose it use?
Asked by Jessika Cultice 1 year ago.

This medication is a beta-blocker used to treat chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, migraine headaches, tremors, and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It is also used after an acute heart attack to improve survival. Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes, heart attacks and kidney problems. This drug works by blocking the action of certain natural chemicals in your body (such as epinephrine) that affect the heart and blood vessels. This results in a lowering of heart rate, blood pressure, and strain on the heart. OTHER USES: This medication has also been used for anxiety. Answered by Arlena Crozat 1 year ago.

4.11.06 What Group of Medicine is Propanolol Hydrochloride and for what Purpose is it Used? Group of Medicine Propanolol is a beta-adrenergic blocking agent. Propanolol blocks the action of the sympathetic nervous system, a portion of the involuntary nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system stimulates the pace of the heart beat. Uses.- Propanolol is used - for high blood pressure (hypertension). Propanolol reduces hypertension by reducing the force of the heart muscle contraction - to treat chest pain (angina pectoris) due to coronary (heart) artery disease. Propanolol by reducing the heart rate and the force of muscle contraction reduces heart muscle oxygen demand: Since angina occurs when oxygen demand of the heart exceeds supply, propanolol is helpful in treating angina. - to slow down and regulate certain types of abnormally rapid heart rates (tachycardia) - to prevent migraine headaches. - to treat certain types of tremors - to slow down rapid heart rate and tremor in thyrotoxicosis (high blood levels of thyroid hormone) Please contact me if you need further information. Answered by Kati Wagenknecht 1 year ago.

This is the generic name for Inderol. This medication is used to treat cardiac problems like angina, hypertension, migrane, etc. Answered by Connie Hedden 1 year ago.


Just been to the docs and hes given me Half Beta-Prograne 80mg propranolol hydrochloride..to take every day!?
my heart beat standing up seems to be simlar between 80-90bpm, i noticed you said about asthma what about smokers? thanks Asked by Fidel Spellane 1 year ago.

Im 18 and have been suffereing from a racing heart and palpatations and making myself ill because im so worried about them so the doc put me on these 'beta-blockers' he didnt take my blood pressure or heart rate i just discribed my syptoms, i have linked them up to being related to my period as i have them 7 days before my period slowly getting worse until i come on my period were they seem to slow down and when i come off they seem to stop, im just a bit concerened that these tablets wont totally slow me down, im only 18 and just concerened about taking them as he didnt check my pule or blood pressure altho i did have it checked a couple of weeks ago and it was 137 over 80 and my pulse was 90bpm. just any advice would be greatly apreciated thanks x Answered by Berniece Locantore 1 year ago.

ur heart rate should be 60-100bpm at rest..this drug will slow the heart rate down.. 137/80 good enough.. 90 is a bit fast but in range..what would it be if you were standing up?? mail me let me know?? Answered by Tenisha Verwers 1 year ago.

The autonomous nervous system (the system you can't consciously inflence) uses simply said two receptors to stimulate: alpha and beta receptors Stimulating them usually means activity. Some organs have more B than A and vice versa. If you stimulate the B receptors on the heart, the heart rate goes up. If you shield them off your heart rate will slow down: Hence the name Beta-blocker. Propranolol is a simple short acting B-blocker. NOTE: stimulating your B in the lungs will widen your airways, so B-blockers can narrow the airways, that's why asthmatics really shouldn't take B-blockers, as their airways are already narrowed due to the inflammation etc. Answered by Ruben Vanderploeg 1 year ago.


What does Inderal (propranolol hydrochloride) do for running and exercising in general?
I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and... Asked by Yon Tavana 1 year ago.

I took this prescription given to me by my psychiatrist for pre running anxiety but not only did it keep me calm during the run but it brought me from a 16:42 two mile to a 15:57 two mile. I felt less tired during the run and i was able to keep a stable pace for longer. I took 10mg an hour before the run and crushed half of a 10mg tablet 30 minutes before the run, i was told to take two 10mg tablets but it was my first time taking this medication so i was being overcautious. I want to know what it did to me to me so much better. Answered by Vania Umb