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Bisoprolol Vasodilation Zebeta
Vasodilation refers to the widening of blood vessels. It results from relaxation of smooth muscle cells within the vessel walls, particularly in the large veins, large arteries, and smaller arterioles. The process is essentially the opposite of vasoconstriction, which is the ...Read more
How long for the body to neutral from the effects / side effects of zebeta (bisoprolol) after discontinued? I've used it for 2 months nonstop.
Yes: This is a class of drugs known as beta blockers. Originally and still used in treating elevated blood pressure, the beta blockers have been found effective in treating anxiety. this is specifically true for the norepinephrine symptoms of racing heart, panic, lump inthe throat and shakiness. And startle response. ...Read more
Is it the same if I took 1/2 x 5 mg zebeta (bisoprolol), (bisoprolol) with 1 x 2.5 mg zebeta (bisoprolol)?
Help! Accidentally, I just took 10 mg of zebeta, (bisoprolol) 4 times the dose should I take! What should I do?
Zebeta (bisoprolol): By this time 4hr after your entry you'd already be having problems if you were going to. If you feel fine, no worries at this point, just return to the proper dose. If you have any symptoms, get to care. ...Read more
Beta-blocker: Bisoprolol is a medication in the beta-blocker class of blood pressure lowering drugs. In addition to treating hypertension, beta-blockers are also used to slow down a racing heart eg atrial fibrillation, paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia, etc. Beta-blockers are especially important for those with heart failure and/or have had a heart attack. Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/bisoprolol. Html ...Read more
You must mean: Bisoprolol. It is typically used for hypertension, atrial fibrillation and offlabel use for heart failure. Rhe beta blocker most commonly used for periodic anxiety issues like social anxiety disorder, acute stress disorder, or panic disorder is propranolol, but many different beta blockers have been used. There isn't much reported about bisoprolol and anxiety but it may help. ...Read more
Dx ist. Hr was 100-140s. On 2.5 of zebeta (bisoprolol). How low is too low for BP and hr? Frequently light headed, tired. Tried other betas no success.
Too low: Lower limits of normal for BP is 90/60 and for hr is 60. However lower BP and/or heart rate may be tolerated in some, while higher levels might not be well tolerated by others. If you are feeling dizzy with a slightly higher reading, it might be too low for you. Discuss with your doctor. There are many beta blockers. You might not have tried every one of them. ...Read more
How to determine the maximum heart rate when I use beta blockers? I'm 27 yo, on zebeta (bisoprolol) 5 mg once a day and just starting my cardio training/ exercise.
Exercise: Exercise to sweat and mildly heavy breathing. On beta blockers the rate can't be estimated for exercise. ...Read more
It is a Beta blocker: Bisoprolol is a beta blocker blood pressure medication. It shouldn't be taken with other meds in the same class, like atenolol or metoprolol. It should used with caution with calcium channel blockers like verapamil or Diltiazem as they can also slow the heart rate, but that is sometimes desired. Bisoprolol is often given in combination with hctz or hydrochlorothiazide so be careful with diuretics. ...Read more
Beta blockers: Bisoprolol is a beta blocker blood pressure medication. It shouldn't be taken with other meds in the same class, like atenolol or metoprolol. It should used with caution with calcium channel blockers like verapamil or Diltiazem as they can also slow the heart rate, but that is sometimes desired. Bisoprolol is often given in combination with hctz or hydrochlorothiazide so be careful with diuretics. ...Read more
Beta blocker: Not sure what concor5 is (may be the manufacturer or a brand name or code from the manufacturer) but bisoprolol (also known as zebeta) is a beta blocker used to lower blood pressure or slow heart rate. On http://home. Intekom. Com/pharm/merckp/concor. Html looks like it is the brand name for bisoprolol. ...Read more
http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a693024.html
The same: I think they are one and the same --. ...Read more
In prescribed doses they don't interfere with each other.
Their mechanisms of action are entirely different. ...Read more
My farther is experiencing a lot of side effects from bisoprolol is there anything else he could take that he might tolorate more?
Changed med from 10mg propranolol to 1.25mg bisoprolol. Can I take up to 10 of these tablets in one day if needed or would that be overdosing?
Depends: The maximum daily dose is 20 mg (= 16 tablets of 1.25 mg) however the starting dose is 5 mg. The dose is limited by low blood pressure, slow heart rate, and (in susceptible patients) asthma. It's impossible to say if you (with your unique physiology) would overdose with a sudden dose of 12.5 mg (10 tablets). ...Read more
I think Bisoprolol are giving me headaches in the day as I take my dose at 8am. Can I change my dose to 8pm to see if it stops the headaches?
Likely yes: If the dosing is once a day, then you can try take it at night. But before you make any change, please inform your prescribing doctor about the problem. ...Read more
Dizzyspell on getting up AM from lying to sitting on bed Take Bisoprolol 2.5mg in evening. Next day checked BP lying down 110/56 sitting 122/66 ideas?
The Bisoprolol could: Easily contribute to positional blood pressure changes that make you dizzy. There was probably a change in your hydration status between the first day and the second when you had normal BP and were not dizzy. The first day you were probably a little dehydrated. Maintain good hydration and you should in general be asymptomatic. ...Read more