Are nonselective beta blockers safe?

Answer On One Hand: Generally Not a Health RiskAccording to Lippincott, nonselective beta blockers block beta 1 receptors to slow down a person's heartbeat, and they block beta 2 receptors in the lungs, c... Read More »

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How safe are beta blockers in pregnancy?

On One Hand: Some Beta Blockers May Be SafeAccording to the Food and Drug Administration, some beta blockers have not been tested on humans, but have not caused any harm to animal fetuses. These in... Read More »

Are beta blockers safe with adderall xr?

On One Hand: No technical contraindicationsAccording to the Food and Drug Administration, beta blockers are not on the list of drugs that interact negatively with Adderall XR. Technically, beta blo... Read More »

Beta 1 Blockers Vs. Beta 2 Blockers?

There are several different types of beta blockers. Each has a different action and effect on the body. Though commonly prescribed, they should not be taken lightly. Interactions with other drug... Read More »

Are beta blockers good?

On One Hand: Beta Blockers Help Multiple ConditionsAccording to the Mayo Clinic, beta blockers can treat several conditions, such as high blood pressure, glaucoma and migraines. They can also be us... Read More »