Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018240/001.

Names and composition

"TENORMIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ATENOLOL.
It belongs to the class Beta-blockers and is used in MI, LVD (Cardiovascular System)

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018240/001 TENORMIN ATENOLOL TABLET/ORAL 50MG
018240/002 TENORMIN ATENOLOL TABLET/ORAL 100MG
018240/004 TENORMIN ATENOLOL TABLET/ORAL 25MG
019058/001 TENORMIN ATENOLOL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 0.5MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

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Manufacturers

Manufacturer name
AstraZeneca UK Ltd

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Should I take Tenormin (Atenelol) for anxiety and panic attacks?
I have a relatively wide knowledge of benzodiazepines, such as valium, and I'm not particularly interested in getting on them. My mom strictly forbids them, so in the end, I couldn't take them even if I wanted. She's currently trying to get off Clonazepam, and so far the weening process looks INTENSE. I... Asked by Jesse Kilichowski 1 year ago.

My doctor prescribed 50mg of atenelol per day, and I can go up to 100mg as needed. He prescribed them for tachycardia and shakiness amongst other anxiety/panic symptoms. I'm a little afraid to take them, because my hearts doesn't ALWAYS beat fast. Sometimes it can get in the low-normal range like the 60's. Will a beta blocker slow my heart down too much? Or will it just regulate it? If the stuff will relieve the symptoms DURING panic attack or anxiety attack, I'd LOVE TO TAKE THEM! I'm just not sure about it... I'm 16, almost 17, height is 6'2", weight is 230. Anyone have some advice? My mom has taken them all her life for sinus tachycardia with no problems. Answered by Tabatha Peto 1 year ago.

I have a relatively wide knowledge of benzodiazepines, such as valium, and I'm not particularly interested in getting on them. My mom strictly forbids them, so in the end, I couldn't take them even if I wanted. She's currently trying to get off Clonazepam, and so far the weening process looks INTENSE. I don't even want to imagine the effects of suddenly stopping the meds. I've taken a Clonazepam before, from my mom, and they DO help a lot, but they are so very psychologically addictive, especially in those with anxiety like me, since the relief is so intense, you never want it to end. Plus, it doesn't actually solve the problem, just relieves it for a short time, and then before you know it, your physically and emotionally addicted... I just want to know if it's safe to take Tenormin, even when you don't ALWAYS have a fast heartbeat. Mine tends to run in the 70-80 range resting. When I'm anxious it can get to 100+, and when I panic it can hit 180+ in severe cases. Answered by Suzanna Staiano 1 year ago.

Tenormin is for high blood pressure, it lowers b.p. and you try to keep it stable by taking it as recommended by your doctor.I have realatives with high b.p. it's heriditory. As far as answering your question, I suggest asking your pharmist or another doctor. There are a lot of meds. out there including Valium,etc. A small dose of Valium should help, but not 50mg. unless you want to sleep the day away. This is not advice, only a suggestion. Answered by Nena Shelnutt 1 year ago.


What is tenormin?
Asked by Alanna Erlich 1 year ago.

Tenormin, also known as Atenolol, is a beta blocker used primarily to treat high blood pressure. Answered by Ngan Cobbs 1 year ago.

Along with being used as an antihypertensive, tenormin is also used (and once its primary use) to reduce the oxygen demand on the heart for either long term non-emergency treatment of chronic angina and in doing so to reduce the heart rate to more manageable levels. This with beta-blockers is a good prophylactic as a cardioprotective after an AMI. Answered by Rubye Granlund 1 year ago.

Tenormin is the NAME brand of a medication. Atenolol is the generic, more commonly used form of it. It's use for blood pressure. Answered by Taisha Tidrington 1 year ago.

Tenormin is a beta blocker. used for long term treatment of angina Answered by Carmine Barette 1 year ago.

Tenormin, generic for Atenolol. is a beta blocker also used for lowering blood pressure... Answered by Angla Oldenkamp 1 year ago.

Generic Tenormin (Atenolol) Generic Tenormin is used for decreasing death due to heart problems after a heart attack. Answered by Conrad Harston 1 year ago.


How much max dose of tenormin can i take to control severe anxiety?
I am taking 25 mg of tenormin since 1 week almost every day before meetings and presentations but it is only controlling my social fear to certain extent. How much max dosage can i take at a time so that my voice will be smooth and not shivering when i speak. I am feeling really embarassed :( Please help. anyother... Asked by Krystal Sosso 1 year ago.

I am taking 25 mg of tenormin since 1 week almost every day before meetings and presentations but it is only controlling my social fear to certain extent. How much max dosage can i take at a time so that my voice will be smooth and not shivering when i speak. I am feeling really embarassed :( Please help. anyother medicine other than this deadly medicine will be really helpful..:-((( Answered by Brooks Cheong 1 year ago.

Tenormin was originally used to lower blood pressure. All RX meds have the potential for danger. DO NOT take more than is recommended by your doctor, or at least check with your pharmacist. Please review below link for crucial information on this medication (DRUG) Answered by Ailene Stumb 1 year ago.

well, if you're looking for alternative and most effective medication, you better check vilift, i've been using that for almost a month and it has no side effects. Answered by Valentin Galletti 1 year ago.

Don't expect answers for this question.............we aren't doctors and if a doctor was reading this they wouldn't answer it either. Good Luck with your condition. Answered by Katlyn Arntz 1 year ago.


Is it safe to take LSD with Klonopin (Anti-Anxiety) Tenormin (Beta-Blocker) and Celexa (Anti-Depressant)?
Thank you Mathieu Asked by Vincent Cork 1 year ago.

For one, Klonopin a Benzodiazepine (as is Valium, Ativan, Serax, Halcion) can be a treatment for LSD intoxication. However, typically Klonopin would NOT be recommended- Valium, Halcion, and Ativan would be better suited. But taking LSD with Klonopin would probably make the experience mellower. For Tenormin (Atenolol) it will reduce adrenaline, lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety. It could be fine. And would help counteract some of the side effects (tremors, for example). I would say Tenormin would be a little more risky. As for Celexa, it would either be good or possibly terrible (might cause Serotonin Syndrome). Celexa increases the amount of serotonin (as does LSD). But Celexa works with different Serotonin receptors. However, Fluoxetine (Prozac) and Desyrel (Trazidone) have been reported (but not fully studied) to counteract LSD. This is similar to larger studies showing that taking Prozac a few days before taking MDMA (ecstasy) or within 15 min of taking MDMA will reduce the effect of the MDMA. Prozac when taken before MDMA has been shown to completely negate any neurotoxicity (very rare) from the MDMA. So it is possible Celexa might to the same for LSD. But over all, the drugs do not really mix. And the best thing to take after LSD would be a Benzo like Valium (but Klonopin would be OK for sedation and anti-anxiety. Answered by Shelton Borrow 1 year ago.

Well the easiest part first. Tenormin (atenolol) is a blood pressure medication that specifically does NOT cross the blood-brain barrier in significant quantities. Therefore it would be extremely unlikely to affect LSD except insofar as reducing the stimulant effects of LSD by slowing the heart. Klonopin, which affects GABAminergic receptors, is a bit more complicated. It would likely REDUCE your trip as LSD is a serotonin AGONIST(increases levels) whereas Klonopin slows down your brain by increasing concentration of the inhibtory neurotransmitter GABA. As for Celexa (citalopram) it is a serotonin agonist (like LSD) and would likely compete with LSD for binding to serotonin receptors, the ultimate effect of which would likely be that the celexa would win, and you would not trip much, if at all. So the answer I would say is yes, those three drugs would be very SAFE, in the sense of unlikely to cause complications when combined with LSD but if you were on all three medication concurrently, LSD would be unlikely to cause a strong or pleasurable hallucinogenic effect to begin with, making it a moot point. Answered by Oneida Briano 1 year ago.

I don't know about Anti-Anxiety, Maybe St. Johns Wort- that maybe more of a mood enhancer though. But I once heard that to quit smoking you should drink Grapefruit Juice every morning. Apparently that is supposed to make the Cigarettes taste bitter. Don't know if it works or not though. Answered by Euna Desautel 1 year ago.

sounds like a serotonin overload to me. Answered by Norma Dishaw 1 year ago.


Inderal or tenormin for anxiety?
what is better for the physical symtoms of anxiety and why? Asked by Olin Knarr 1 year ago.

Tenormin(atenelol)got a better antidepressent action . Both are beta blockers . Answered by Maudie Pardun 1 year ago.

Neither one should be used for symptoms of anxiety. These drugs are used for treating high blood pressure and related heart problems. The side effects of the drugs are likely to be worse than the anxiety symptoms. Answered by Krysta Dagnone 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Rosenda Brenek 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Shanita Landefeld 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Zada Dymond 1 year ago.


Can excess of tenormin tablets(tablets for blood pressure) cause any heart problem?
I wanted to know if excess intake of ternomin tablets which is a tablet for high BP, result in death or any heart problem?? Asked by Laree Sonne 1 year ago.

Yes, excess doses of Atenolol (Tenormin) can decrease the heart rate and blood pressure to life threatening levels and lead to death. Tenormin should only be used as directed under the supervision of a doctor. Excess Tenormin is not associated with the development of other heart problems besides what I already mentioned. Answered by Yvette Sowinski 1 year ago.

It can cause slow heart rate and fainting (syncope) + its not a good BP medication unless you have angina as well. Recent article in New England Jounnal look at BP meds and survival and Tenormin was low on the list. An ACE vot A2 are the preferred agents all othet things being equal Answered by Jillian Celaya 1 year ago.

Here is information about Tenormin Answered by Ardis Swenor 1 year ago.


What is the normal heart rate range when using tenormin 50mg tablets?
Asked by Chana Annino 1 year ago.

There is no specific heart range but even if your not taking tenormin, your pulse should be anywhere from 60-100. I'm 14 and I also take tenrmin 50mg. Tenormin is a beta blocker and it's main job is obviously to lower blood pressure and slow the heart rateso the heart doesn't have to work harder ( for example, since ternormin is a beta-blocker, it blocks the beta receptors that allow the adrenaline "rush" to occur, this mainting a healthy blood pressure reading and heart rate). So with this being said. Your heart rate *should* be well under 90 bpm according the tablets function. But if it isn't, don't worry. As long as it's under 100 bpm and your blood pressure is undercontrol with the medication. Answered by Franchesca Landor 1 year ago.


Which one is better Tenormin 100 MG or Concor 10?
Sometimes when i run out of Tenormin 100 MG i take 2 Concor 10 MG. Is it right. Are the MG Equal or should i take more Concor. Please i need to know Difference of effecttiveness of Tenormin 100 and Concor 10.. Thanks in Advance Asked by Danielle Mems 1 year ago.

Their similar, but different. Tenormin (atenolol) is very cheap. The effectiveness varies between patients. It's not good to switch between them. Take the one your doctor prescribed and get refills early. Answered by Rossana Rogacki 1 year ago.


Should I take Tenormin (Atenelol) for anxiety and panic attacks?
I have a relatively wide knowledge of benzodiazepines, such as valium, and I'm not particularly interested in getting on them. My mom strictly forbids them, so in the end, I couldn't take them even if I wanted. She's currently trying to get off Clonazepam, and so far the weening process looks INTENSE. I... Asked by Boris Farstvedt 1 year ago.

My doctor prescribed 50mg of atenelol per day, and I can go up to 100mg as needed. He prescribed them for tachycardia and shakiness amongst other anxiety/panic symptoms. I'm a little afraid to take them, because my hearts doesn't ALWAYS beat fast. Sometimes it can get in the low-normal range like the 60's. Will a beta blocker slow my heart down too much? Or will it just regulate it? If the stuff will relieve the symptoms DURING panic attack or anxiety attack, I'd LOVE TO TAKE THEM! I'm just not sure about it... I'm 16, almost 17, height is 6'2", weight is 230. Anyone have some advice? My mom has taken them all her life for sinus tachycardia with no problems. Answered by Rayna Zedaker 1 year ago.

I have a relatively wide knowledge of benzodiazepines, such as valium, and I'm not particularly interested in getting on them. My mom strictly forbids them, so in the end, I couldn't take them even if I wanted. She's currently trying to get off Clonazepam, and so far the weening process looks INTENSE. I don't even want to imagine the effects of suddenly stopping the meds. I've taken a Clonazepam before, from my mom, and they DO help a lot, but they are so very psychologically addictive, especially in those with anxiety like me, since the relief is so intense, you never want it to end. Plus, it doesn't actually solve the problem, just relieves it for a short time, and then before you know it, your physically and emotionally addicted... I just want to know if it's safe to take Tenormin, even when you don't ALWAYS have a fast heartbeat. Mine tends to run in the 70-80 range resting. When I'm anxious it can get to 100+, and when I panic it can hit 180+ in severe cases. Answered by Deidra Segraves 1 year ago.

Tenormin is for high blood pressure, it lowers b.p. and you try to keep it stable by taking it as recommended by your doctor.I have realatives with high b.p. it's heriditory. As far as answering your question, I suggest asking your pharmist or another doctor. There are a lot of meds. out there including Valium,etc. A small dose of Valium should help, but not 50mg. unless you want to sleep the day away. This is not advice, only a suggestion. Answered by Noemi Seabrooks 1 year ago.


What is tenormin?
Asked by Ricki Sengvilay 1 year ago.

Tenormin, also known as Atenolol, is a beta blocker used primarily to treat high blood pressure. Answered by Denisse Couchenour 1 year ago.

Along with being used as an antihypertensive, tenormin is also used (and once its primary use) to reduce the oxygen demand on the heart for either long term non-emergency treatment of chronic angina and in doing so to reduce the heart rate to more manageable levels. This with beta-blockers is a good prophylactic as a cardioprotective after an AMI. Answered by Timothy Renne 1 year ago.

Tenormin is the NAME brand of a medication. Atenolol is the generic, more commonly used form of it. It's use for blood pressure. Answered by Kendrick Capano 1 year ago.

Tenormin is a beta blocker. used for long term treatment of angina Answered by Sharell Aronica 1 year ago.

Tenormin, generic for Atenolol. is a beta blocker also used for lowering blood pressure... Answered by Lovella Domiano 1 year ago.

Generic Tenormin (Atenolol) Generic Tenormin is used for decreasing death due to heart problems after a heart attack. Answered by Jeanne Aulds 1 year ago.


How much max dose of tenormin can i take to control severe anxiety?
I am taking 25 mg of tenormin since 1 week almost every day before meetings and presentations but it is only controlling my social fear to certain extent. How much max dosage can i take at a time so that my voice will be smooth and not shivering when i speak. I am feeling really embarassed :( Please help. anyother... Asked by Rachelle Alie 1 year ago.

I am taking 25 mg of tenormin since 1 week almost every day before meetings and presentations but it is only controlling my social fear to certain extent. How much max dosage can i take at a time so that my voice will be smooth and not shivering when i speak. I am feeling really embarassed :( Please help. anyother medicine other than this deadly medicine will be really helpful..:-((( Answered by Cynthia Aschbacher 1 year ago.

Tenormin was originally used to lower blood pressure. All RX meds have the potential for danger. DO NOT take more than is recommended by your doctor, or at least check with your pharmacist. Please review below link for crucial information on this medication (DRUG) Answered by Garnet Rogish 1 year ago.

well, if you're looking for alternative and most effective medication, you better check vilift, i've been using that for almost a month and it has no side effects. Answered by Willene Steik 1 year ago.

Don't expect answers for this question.............we aren't doctors and if a doctor was reading this they wouldn't answer it either. Good Luck with your condition. Answered by Elyse Bogda 1 year ago.


Is it safe to take LSD with Klonopin (Anti-Anxiety) Tenormin (Beta-Blocker) and Celexa (Anti-Depressant)?
Thank you Mathieu Asked by Dennis Perruzzi 1 year ago.

For one, Klonopin a Benzodiazepine (as is Valium, Ativan, Serax, Halcion) can be a treatment for LSD intoxication. However, typically Klonopin would NOT be recommended- Valium, Halcion, and Ativan would be better suited. But taking LSD with Klonopin would probably make the experience mellower. For Tenormin (Atenolol) it will reduce adrenaline, lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety. It could be fine. And would help counteract some of the side effects (tremors, for example). I would say Tenormin would be a little more risky. As for Celexa, it would either be good or possibly terrible (might cause Serotonin Syndrome). Celexa increases the amount of serotonin (as does LSD). But Celexa works with different Serotonin receptors. However, Fluoxetine (Prozac) and Desyrel (Trazidone) have been reported (but not fully studied) to counteract LSD. This is similar to larger studies showing that taking Prozac a few days before taking MDMA (ecstasy) or within 15 min of taking MDMA will reduce the effect of the MDMA. Prozac when taken before MDMA has been shown to completely negate any neurotoxicity (very rare) from the MDMA. So it is possible Celexa might to the same for LSD. But over all, the drugs do not really mix. And the best thing to take after LSD would be a Benzo like Valium (but Klonopin would be OK for sedation and anti-anxiety. Answered by Mi Hendler 1 year ago.

Well the easiest part first. Tenormin (atenolol) is a blood pressure medication that specifically does NOT cross the blood-brain barrier in significant quantities. Therefore it would be extremely unlikely to affect LSD except insofar as reducing the stimulant effects of LSD by slowing the heart. Klonopin, which affects GABAminergic receptors, is a bit more complicated. It would likely REDUCE your trip as LSD is a serotonin AGONIST(increases levels) whereas Klonopin slows down your brain by increasing concentration of the inhibtory neurotransmitter GABA. As for Celexa (citalopram) it is a serotonin agonist (like LSD) and would likely compete with LSD for binding to serotonin receptors, the ultimate effect of which would likely be that the celexa would win, and you would not trip much, if at all. So the answer I would say is yes, those three drugs would be very SAFE, in the sense of unlikely to cause complications when combined with LSD but if you were on all three medication concurrently, LSD would be unlikely to cause a strong or pleasurable hallucinogenic effect to begin with, making it a moot point. Answered by Voncile Connette 1 year ago.

I don't know about Anti-Anxiety, Maybe St. Johns Wort- that maybe more of a mood enhancer though. But I once heard that to quit smoking you should drink Grapefruit Juice every morning. Apparently that is supposed to make the Cigarettes taste bitter. Don't know if it works or not though. Answered by Dorian Harian 1 year ago.

sounds like a serotonin overload to me. Answered by Genesis Poupard 1 year ago.


Inderal or tenormin for anxiety?
what is better for the physical symtoms of anxiety and why? Asked by Shanti Sulieman 1 year ago.

Tenormin(atenelol)got a better antidepressent action . Both are beta blockers . Answered by Isabella Wlach 1 year ago.

Neither one should be used for symptoms of anxiety. These drugs are used for treating high blood pressure and related heart problems. The side effects of the drugs are likely to be worse than the anxiety symptoms. Answered by Peg Resetar 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Sal Blachly 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Audry Lasagna 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Franchesca Holder 1 year ago.


Can excess of tenormin tablets(tablets for blood pressure) cause any heart problem?
I wanted to know if excess intake of ternomin tablets which is a tablet for high BP, result in death or any heart problem?? Asked by Chloe Swanay 1 year ago.

Yes, excess doses of Atenolol (Tenormin) can decrease the heart rate and blood pressure to life threatening levels and lead to death. Tenormin should only be used as directed under the supervision of a doctor. Excess Tenormin is not associated with the development of other heart problems besides what I already mentioned. Answered by Georgette Bark 1 year ago.

It can cause slow heart rate and fainting (syncope) + its not a good BP medication unless you have angina as well. Recent article in New England Jounnal look at BP meds and survival and Tenormin was low on the list. An ACE vot A2 are the preferred agents all othet things being equal Answered by Micheal Franzmann 1 year ago.

Here is information about Tenormin Answered by Angella Niece 1 year ago.


What is the normal heart rate range when using tenormin 50mg tablets?
Asked by Dalton Arms 1 year ago.

There is no specific heart range but even if your not taking tenormin, your pulse should be anywhere from 60-100. I'm 14 and I also take tenrmin 50mg. Tenormin is a beta blocker and it's main job is obviously to lower blood pressure and slow the heart rateso the heart doesn't have to work harder ( for example, since ternormin is a beta-blocker, it blocks the beta receptors that allow the adrenaline "rush" to occur, this mainting a healthy blood pressure reading and heart rate). So with this being said. Your heart rate *should* be well under 90 bpm according the tablets function. But if it isn't, don't worry. As long as it's under 100 bpm and your blood pressure is undercontrol with the medication. Answered by Cassey Fantazia 1 year ago.


Which one is better Tenormin 100 MG or Concor 10?
Sometimes when i run out of Tenormin 100 MG i take 2 Concor 10 MG. Is it right. Are the MG Equal or should i take more Concor. Please i need to know Difference of effecttiveness of Tenormin 100 and Concor 10.. Thanks in Advance Asked by Simon Vinegar 1 year ago.

Their similar, but different. Tenormin (atenolol) is very cheap. The effectiveness varies between patients. It's not good to switch between them. Take the one your doctor prescribed and get refills early. Answered by Elidia Sudar 1 year ago.


Should I take Tenormin (Atenelol) for anxiety and panic attacks?
I have a relatively wide knowledge of benzodiazepines, such as valium, and I'm not particularly interested in getting on them. My mom strictly forbids them, so in the end, I couldn't take them even if I wanted. She's currently trying to get off Clonazepam, and so far the weening process looks INTENSE. I... Asked by Keila Brodsho 1 year ago.

My doctor prescribed 50mg of atenelol per day, and I can go up to 100mg as needed. He prescribed them for tachycardia and shakiness amongst other anxiety/panic symptoms. I'm a little afraid to take them, because my hearts doesn't ALWAYS beat fast. Sometimes it can get in the low-normal range like the 60's. Will a beta blocker slow my heart down too much? Or will it just regulate it? If the stuff will relieve the symptoms DURING panic attack or anxiety attack, I'd LOVE TO TAKE THEM! I'm just not sure about it... I'm 16, almost 17, height is 6'2", weight is 230. Anyone have some advice? My mom has taken them all her life for sinus tachycardia with no problems. Answered by Sam Eskin 1 year ago.

I have a relatively wide knowledge of benzodiazepines, such as valium, and I'm not particularly interested in getting on them. My mom strictly forbids them, so in the end, I couldn't take them even if I wanted. She's currently trying to get off Clonazepam, and so far the weening process looks INTENSE. I don't even want to imagine the effects of suddenly stopping the meds. I've taken a Clonazepam before, from my mom, and they DO help a lot, but they are so very psychologically addictive, especially in those with anxiety like me, since the relief is so intense, you never want it to end. Plus, it doesn't actually solve the problem, just relieves it for a short time, and then before you know it, your physically and emotionally addicted... I just want to know if it's safe to take Tenormin, even when you don't ALWAYS have a fast heartbeat. Mine tends to run in the 70-80 range resting. When I'm anxious it can get to 100+, and when I panic it can hit 180+ in severe cases. Answered by Octavia Boesenberg 1 year ago.

Tenormin is for high blood pressure, it lowers b.p. and you try to keep it stable by taking it as recommended by your doctor.I have realatives with high b.p. it's heriditory. As far as answering your question, I suggest asking your pharmist or another doctor. There are a lot of meds. out there including Valium,etc. A small dose of Valium should help, but not 50mg. unless you want to sleep the day away. This is not advice, only a suggestion. Answered by Allyn Jenifer 1 year ago.


What is tenormin?
Asked by Kaylee Motsinger 1 year ago.

Tenormin, also known as Atenolol, is a beta blocker used primarily to treat high blood pressure. Answered by Georgette Chauvaux 1 year ago.

Along with being used as an antihypertensive, tenormin is also used (and once its primary use) to reduce the oxygen demand on the heart for either long term non-emergency treatment of chronic angina and in doing so to reduce the heart rate to more manageable levels. This with beta-blockers is a good prophylactic as a cardioprotective after an AMI. Answered by Tanner Garriga 1 year ago.

Tenormin is the NAME brand of a medication. Atenolol is the generic, more commonly used form of it. It's use for blood pressure. Answered by Celestine Kerins 1 year ago.

Tenormin is a beta blocker. used for long term treatment of angina Answered by Gwendolyn Okey 1 year ago.

Tenormin, generic for Atenolol. is a beta blocker also used for lowering blood pressure... Answered by Francesco Vathroder 1 year ago.

Generic Tenormin (Atenolol) Generic Tenormin is used for decreasing death due to heart problems after a heart attack. Answered by Chester Seabrooke 1 year ago.


How much max dose of tenormin can i take to control severe anxiety?
I am taking 25 mg of tenormin since 1 week almost every day before meetings and presentations but it is only controlling my social fear to certain extent. How much max dosage can i take at a time so that my voice will be smooth and not shivering when i speak. I am feeling really embarassed :( Please help. anyother... Asked by Teressa Busch 1 year ago.

I am taking 25 mg of tenormin since 1 week almost every day before meetings and presentations but it is only controlling my social fear to certain extent. How much max dosage can i take at a time so that my voice will be smooth and not shivering when i speak. I am feeling really embarassed :( Please help. anyother medicine other than this deadly medicine will be really helpful..:-((( Answered by Dewitt Grode 1 year ago.

Tenormin was originally used to lower blood pressure. All RX meds have the potential for danger. DO NOT take more than is recommended by your doctor, or at least check with your pharmacist. Please review below link for crucial information on this medication (DRUG) Answered by Ariel Haycock 1 year ago.

well, if you're looking for alternative and most effective medication, you better check vilift, i've been using that for almost a month and it has no side effects. Answered by Tommie Szewc 1 year ago.

Don't expect answers for this question.............we aren't doctors and if a doctor was reading this they wouldn't answer it either. Good Luck with your condition. Answered by Bob Dewitz 1 year ago.


Is it safe to take LSD with Klonopin (Anti-Anxiety) Tenormin (Beta-Blocker) and Celexa (Anti-Depressant)?
Thank you Mathieu Asked by Angelo Sporleder 1 year ago.

For one, Klonopin a Benzodiazepine (as is Valium, Ativan, Serax, Halcion) can be a treatment for LSD intoxication. However, typically Klonopin would NOT be recommended- Valium, Halcion, and Ativan would be better suited. But taking LSD with Klonopin would probably make the experience mellower. For Tenormin (Atenolol) it will reduce adrenaline, lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety. It could be fine. And would help counteract some of the side effects (tremors, for example). I would say Tenormin would be a little more risky. As for Celexa, it would either be good or possibly terrible (might cause Serotonin Syndrome). Celexa increases the amount of serotonin (as does LSD). But Celexa works with different Serotonin receptors. However, Fluoxetine (Prozac) and Desyrel (Trazidone) have been reported (but not fully studied) to counteract LSD. This is similar to larger studies showing that taking Prozac a few days before taking MDMA (ecstasy) or within 15 min of taking MDMA will reduce the effect of the MDMA. Prozac when taken before MDMA has been shown to completely negate any neurotoxicity (very rare) from the MDMA. So it is possible Celexa might to the same for LSD. But over all, the drugs do not really mix. And the best thing to take after LSD would be a Benzo like Valium (but Klonopin would be OK for sedation and anti-anxiety. Answered by James Burlew 1 year ago.

Well the easiest part first. Tenormin (atenolol) is a blood pressure medication that specifically does NOT cross the blood-brain barrier in significant quantities. Therefore it would be extremely unlikely to affect LSD except insofar as reducing the stimulant effects of LSD by slowing the heart. Klonopin, which affects GABAminergic receptors, is a bit more complicated. It would likely REDUCE your trip as LSD is a serotonin AGONIST(increases levels) whereas Klonopin slows down your brain by increasing concentration of the inhibtory neurotransmitter GABA. As for Celexa (citalopram) it is a serotonin agonist (like LSD) and would likely compete with LSD for binding to serotonin receptors, the ultimate effect of which would likely be that the celexa would win, and you would not trip much, if at all. So the answer I would say is yes, those three drugs would be very SAFE, in the sense of unlikely to cause complications when combined with LSD but if you were on all three medication concurrently, LSD would be unlikely to cause a strong or pleasurable hallucinogenic effect to begin with, making it a moot point. Answered by Deanne Mosco 1 year ago.

I don't know about Anti-Anxiety, Maybe St. Johns Wort- that maybe more of a mood enhancer though. But I once heard that to quit smoking you should drink Grapefruit Juice every morning. Apparently that is supposed to make the Cigarettes taste bitter. Don't know if it works or not though. Answered by Emilee Stikeleather 1 year ago.

sounds like a serotonin overload to me. Answered by Joannie Udani 1 year ago.


Inderal or tenormin for anxiety?
what is better for the physical symtoms of anxiety and why? Asked by Rhett Kenmore 1 year ago.

Tenormin(atenelol)got a better antidepressent action . Both are beta blockers . Answered by Patsy Vonseeger 1 year ago.

Neither one should be used for symptoms of anxiety. These drugs are used for treating high blood pressure and related heart problems. The side effects of the drugs are likely to be worse than the anxiety symptoms. Answered by Lyndsey Stehr 1 year ago.


Would Corgard or Tenormin be effective for treating akathisia?
also, the klonopin seems to be affecting my memory, (based on my experiences and the side effect profiles iv seen) Asked by Tomeka Yates 1 year ago.

Not being an expert in akathisia but knowing a little bit about it, I did a little research for you. Beta blockers like Inderal (and Corgard and Tenormin) are often used because they can have a calming effect, especially by modulating the cardiovascular system. But they're not even first line treatment... First off - what are you on that is causing the akathisia? Can the dose be reduced? Can a substitute medication be used? First line treatment is usually an anticholinergic. There are a variety of these, some better than others. If the anticholinergic doesn't work, then some creative pharmacology is in order - so maybe some alpha or beta blocker(s), maybe a benzodiazepine like Klonopin. I'd imagine if Klonopin is effective, primidone might be slightly better. Regardless, there are a number of options open to you. Talk with your doctor about your options - if one class of medications doesn't work well another might. Best of luck to you! Answered by Jamila Alwang 1 year ago.

thank you but I don't know what yor talking about im not a doctor n don't understand thanks for your help Answered by Nancey Mataka 1 year ago.


Can excess of tenormin tablets(tablets for blood pressure) cause any heart problem?
I wanted to know if excess intake of ternomin tablets which is a tablet for high BP, result in death or any heart problem?? Asked by Wendell Yovanovich 1 year ago.

Yes, excess doses of Atenolol (Tenormin) can decrease the heart rate and blood pressure to life threatening levels and lead to death. Tenormin should only be used as directed under the supervision of a doctor. Excess Tenormin is not associated with the development of other heart problems besides what I already mentioned. Answered by Vanessa Davenport 1 year ago.

It can cause slow heart rate and fainting (syncope) + its not a good BP medication unless you have angina as well. Recent article in New England Jounnal look at BP meds and survival and Tenormin was low on the list. An ACE vot A2 are the preferred agents all othet things being equal Answered by Lowell Lagoni 1 year ago.

Here is information about Tenormin Answered by Louise Vonseeger 1 year ago.


What is the normal heart rate range when using tenormin 50mg tablets?
Asked by Nelida Gouger 1 year ago.

There is no specific heart range but even if your not taking tenormin, your pulse should be anywhere from 60-100. I'm 14 and I also take tenrmin 50mg. Tenormin is a beta blocker and it's main job is obviously to lower blood pressure and slow the heart rateso the heart doesn't have to work harder ( for example, since ternormin is a beta-blocker, it blocks the beta receptors that allow the adrenaline "rush" to occur, this mainting a healthy blood pressure reading and heart rate). So with this being said. Your heart rate *should* be well under 90 bpm according the tablets function. But if it isn't, don't worry. As long as it's under 100 bpm and your blood pressure is undercontrol with the medication. Answered by Demetria Rehbein 1 year ago.


Which one is better Tenormin 100 MG or Concor 10?
Sometimes when i run out of Tenormin 100 MG i take 2 Concor 10 MG. Is it right. Are the MG Equal or should i take more Concor. Please i need to know Difference of effecttiveness of Tenormin 100 and Concor 10.. Thanks in Advance Asked by Cyril Mabray 1 year ago.

Their similar, but different. Tenormin (atenolol) is very cheap. The effectiveness varies between patients. It's not good to switch between them. Take the one your doctor prescribed and get refills early. Answered by Fern Byrdsong 1 year ago.


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