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Re: Propranolol for anxiety?

Posted by sdb on November 18, 2005, at 12:20:20

In reply to Propranolol for anxiety?, posted by valene on November 18, 2005, at 8:26:05

Thats true what she says but ask your doc about

nadolol (better version of propranolol)
oxprenolol retard

With these meds you will have much less sideeffects. Oxprenolol has some ISA and does not loose its effect. Interestingly Nadolol does also not loose its effect although it has no ISA (there are two in vitro and many in vivo studies). Is very effective against adrenaline rush. The retard version you can take once daily if you need to take it constantly.

Nadolol is a more hydrophil version of propranolol thus is not crossing blood brain barrrier that much is causing less drowsiness etc. Nadolol has long-half life you can even take this once daily.

Betablockers interestingly do change your blood lipid profile, oxprenolol should even lessen media/intima thickness inspite of elevetad ldl. Betablockers seem to have antioxidative properties.

If you have heart problems I would probably ask a cardiologist before take them but overall betablocker are some of the most valuable meds ever produced and still used for many heart problems or psychiatric problems.

good look





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