I currently take Coreg 40mg in the morning along with my other meds of Vyvanse, Lexapro and Klonopin. I'm not experiencing as much of a low energy fatigue feeling since I switched from metoprolol to Coreg so I started taking that during the day. With Coreg being controlled release is it still going to be as effective if I take it before I go to bed at night rather than after I get up in the morning? Can anyone share good or bad experiences by taking a beta blocker in the morning or at night?
Is it better to take my beta blocker during the day or at night?
Question posted by jblt83 on 19 May 2010
Last updated on 19 May 2010 by marjorie zych
I am on a Beta Blocker as well and my doctor says it doesn't matter if you take it in the morning or at night as long as I remember it at the same time each day. Hope this helps answer your question I do take mine at night it is easier for me to remember it.
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