7 doctors weighed in:
Why do anticholinergic drugs lower your blood pressure?
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. David Utzschneider
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice
4 doctors agree
In brief: Less vascular tone
The anticholinergic drugs relax the tiny muscles in our arteries, relaxing the arteries and dropping the blood pressure.
They also effect the muscles in our eyes (blurry vision) and that control the ladder and rectum (difficulty with going #1 and #2).

In brief: Less vascular tone
The anticholinergic drugs relax the tiny muscles in our arteries, relaxing the arteries and dropping the blood pressure.
They also effect the muscles in our eyes (blurry vision) and that control the ladder and rectum (difficulty with going #1 and #2).
Dr. David Utzschneider
Dr. David Utzschneider
Thank
Dr. Dennis Clifford
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
1 doctor agrees
In brief: They don't.
Anticholinergic drugs are not used for blood pressure control.

In brief: They don't.
Anticholinergic drugs are not used for blood pressure control.
Dr. Dennis Clifford
Dr. Dennis Clifford
Thank
Get help from a real doctor now
Dr. Adam Smith
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
13 years in practice
382K people helped
Continue
108,000 doctors available
Read more answers from doctors