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Propranolol is a beta adrenoceptor blocking drug or beta blocker. It is used to treat symptoms of situational anxiety such as shaking, palpitations and excessive sweating. An effective treatment for anxiety taken an hour before stressful situations.
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Propranolol 10 mg, 40 mg, 80mg
Propranolol 10 mg, 40 mg, 80mg are the different strengths that Propranolol is sold as. The higher the number, the higher the strength. Different strengths are prescribed for differing reasons. These can range anywhere from situational anxiety to treating high blood pressure.
Propranolol 10 mg, 40 mg, 80mg can be currently purchased from My Pharmacy UK. We offer both the 10mg strength and 40mg, starting with a minimum of 28 tablets and a maximum of 112 tablets.
Propranolol for Anxiety
Propranolol for anxiety and other problems such as blood pressure are treated using Propranolol. Propranolol belongs to a group of medicines called beta-blockers. They are designed to work on the heart and blood vessels.
Propranolol for Anxiety can help by slowing a fast heartbeat and reducing the amount of trembling someone is experiencing. It works by stopping messages sent by certain nerves to the heart. These nerves are called beta-adrenergic receptors and when blocked the heart beats more slowly and with less force.
Propranolol Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Propranolol Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Propranolol Side Effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Propranolol Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Propranolol Hydrochloride.
Stop treatment and contact a doctor at once if you have the following symptoms of an:
- Intolerance to Propranolol tablets such as slow heart rate and low blood pressure causing dizziness, light-headedness, fainting or blurred vision.
- Allergic reaction such as itching, difficulty breathing or swelling of the face, lips, throat or tongue.
- Tiredness and/or weakness, cold extremities, difficulty sleeping
- Slow or irregular heartbeat, Raynaud’s syndrome
- Feeling or being sick, diarrhoea
- This medicine may alter the amount and types of blood cells. If your doctor orders a blood test during this period, you need to tell him you’re taking propranolol and it could affect the results.
- Worsening of heart failure, heart block, low blood pressure, fainting when standing, dizziness, worsening of intermittent claudication.
- Skin rash, worsening of psoriasis, hair loss, dry flaky skin, red/itchy skin, disorder characterised by blood spots, bruising and discolouring skin.
- Hallucinations, mood changes, pins and needles, psychoses, memory loss, confusion.
- Anyone with a history of asthma or breathing problems may have difficulty in breathing.
- Dry eyes, visual disturbances.
- Development or worsening of myasthenia gravis (disorder involving muscle weakness, difficulty chewing or swallowing and slurred speech).
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Propranolol and Alcohol
Propranolol and Alcohol is recommended not to be taken together. Both Propranolol and Alcohol can lower blood pressure, so taking them together can result in even lower blood pressure.
Generally taking Propranolol and alcohol together will make you feel worse.
Propranolol Dosage for Anxiety
The propranolol dosage for anxiety and other issues it can treat depend on the situation.
Below is a guide on how to take propranolol dosage for anxiety, adults.
- Anxiety treatment, 40mg before anxious situations. For any long term anxiety 40mg two or three times a day, treatment is reviewed after 6-12 months.
Propranolol can be used for other conditions (see below) however propranolol is only available from my pharmacy to treat anxiety
- If you have an angina, migraine or tremor, initially 40mg two or three times a day, then 12-240mg a day for angina or 80-160mg a day for migraine or tremor.
- High blood pressure – initially 80mg twice a day, then 160-320mg a day.
- Irregular/fast heartbeats, over active thyroid or enlarged heart muscle – 10-40mg three or four times a day.
- Heart attack (treatment should start 5-21 days after attack) 40mg four times a day for two to three days, then 80mg twice a day.
- Phaeochromocytoma, before an operation – 60mg a day for three days. If used for treatment, 30mg a day.
- High blood pressure within veins – initially 40mg twice a day, increasing to 80mg twice a day depending on response. Maximum dose is 160mg twice a day.
Beta Blockers Propranolol
Beta blockers Propranolol are used to treat conditions such as blood pressure and others affecting the heart. Beta blockers propranolol are known as beta-adrenergic blocking agents and are used to block the effects of adrenaline.
As a result your heart beats slower and with less force. There are different types of beta blockers, some that will affect our heart and others that affect both your heart and blood vessels. The best one for you will be chosen by your doctor, depending on any current health conditions.
What is Propranolol Used For?
We are often asked the question “What is propranolol used for?”
Propranolol can used for a number of different conditions all relating to the heart or blood vessels. Some people will take Propranolol to help with their anxiety in certain situations such as speaking in front of a large audience. Others will take it to help reduce their blood pressure, prevent any future heart attacks/disease, stroke and or chest pain caused by an angina.
How Quickly Does Propranolol Work for Anxiety?
One might wonder how quickly does propranolol work for anxiety? It can take anywhere between 30-60 minutes for the effects of propranolol to become noticeable. The initial 30-60 minutes can vary depending on the person and can be anywhere in-between.
The majority of people taking propranolol to treat performance anxiety use it about one hour before any stress related events.
How Long Does Propranolol Last?
How long does propranolol last? Typically propranolol has a half-life of eight to 10 hours, meaning about half of the dose will still be active within your body after the eight to 10 hour mark. The noticeable effects, however, can last for about 12 hours, slightly longer than the half-life.
Please refer to the patient information leaflet if you are still unsure about how long does propranolol last.
Alternatives to Propranolol Hydrochloride
Alternatives to Propranolol Hydrochloride are sought because of complications and risks associated with propranolol.
These Alternatives to Propranolol Hydrochloride include –
- Metoprolol (May cause fewer respiratory side effects)
Because propranolol can cover a wide arrange of conditions, including tremors or migraines, the best course of action would be to speak to your doctor to find a more suitable alternative.
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How do I take propranolol?
If using Propranolol to combat performance anxiety, take 10-40mg, 20-30 minutes ahead of anxious situations.
To combat situational anxiety, start by taking one 10mg tablet two to three times per day. The dose may be increased to 40mg two to three times per day.
Driving and using machines
Propranolol tablets may cause visual disturbances, hallucinations, fatigue,
mental confusion, dizziness or tiredness. Make sure you are not affected
before you drive or operate machinery.
tablets contain Lactose
If you have been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to some
sugars, contact your doctor before taking this medicinal product, as it
tablets contain Carmoisine (E122)
Propranolol tablets contain carmoisine (E122) which may cause allergicreactions.
You are advised to avoid alcohol whilst taking this medicine
If you are going to have an anaesthetic or any blood or urine tests, please tell your
doctor or dentist that you are taking Propranolol tablets
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
Propranolol tablets are not recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant
or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice
before taking this medicine.
Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe.
Everyone has feelings of anxiety at some point in their life, But some people find it hard to control their worries.
Their feelings of anxiety are more constant and can often affect their daily lives.
Anxiety is the main symptom of several conditions, including:
phobias, such as agoraphobia or claustrophobia
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
social anxiety disorder (social phobia)
The information in this section is about a specific condition called generalised anxiety disorder (GAD).
GAD is a long-term condition that causes you to feel anxious about a wide range of situations and issues, rather than one specific event.
People with GAD feel anxious most days and often struggle to remember the last time they felt relaxed.
As soon as one anxious thought is resolved, another may appear about a different issue.
GAD can cause both psychological (mental) and physical symptoms.
These vary from person to person, but can include:
feeling restless or worried
having trouble concentrating or sleeping
dizziness or heart palpitations
Find out about the symptoms of GAD
When to get help for anxiety
Although feelings of anxiety at certain times are completely normal, see your GP if anxiety is affecting your daily life or causing you distress.
What causes GAD?
The exact cause of GAD isn’t fully understood, although it’s likely that a combination of several factors plays a role.
GAD is a common condition, estimated to affect up to 5% of the UK population.
Slightly more women are affected than men, and the condition is more common in people from the ages of 35 to 59.
With treatment, many people are able to control their anxiety levels. But some treatments may need to be continued for a long time and there may be periods when your symptoms worsen.
Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) can affect you both physically and mentally.
You should see a GP if anxiety is affecting your daily life or is causing you distress.
Psychological symptoms of GAD
GAD can cause a change in your behaviour and the way you think and feel about things, resulting in symptoms such as:
a sense of dread
feeling constantly “on edge”
Your symptoms may cause you to withdraw from social contact (seeing your family and friends) to avoid feelings of worry and dread.
You may also find going to work difficult and stressful, and may take time off sick. These actions can make you worry even more about yourself and increase your lack of self-esteem.
Physical symptoms of GAD
GAD can also have a number of physical symptoms, including:
a noticeably strong, fast or irregular heartbeat (palpitations)
muscle aches and tension
trembling or shaking
shortness of breath
pins and needles
difficulty falling or staying asleep (insomnia)
If you’re anxious because of a specific phobia or because of panic disorder, you’ll usually know what the cause is.
Common Side Effects of Propranolol
It’s possible for Propranolol to cause side effects in some patients. These are usually mild to moderate in nature, and should not cause concern. However, if they persist, contact your doctor to discuss them. They include:
Cold hands and feet
Slow or irregular heartbeat
Propranolol may also cause more serious side effects. These are more rare, but if you experience them you should go to your doctor. Possible side effects include:
Nausea and sickness
Dizziness or drowsiness
Propranolol may also cause an allergic reaction. This is very rare, but an allergic reaction is an emergency, and if you believe you are experiencing an allergic reaction you must immediately seek medical advice. Symptoms include:
Tightness in the chest or throat
Swelling of the lips, mouth, chest or throat
Wheezing or difficulty breathing
Hives or nettle rash
Skin rash – itching, blistering, peeling or redness
This is not a complete list of side effects. For a full list, consult the patient information leaflet