I am considering starting inderal for my anxiety/occasional panic, but as an educated consumer, I would like to know about the long term effects of others' who have taken it. Can you share your experience... what you may know? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
This has been a miracle drug for me I am a agorophobic and take xanax originally with a 20 mg Inderal I have told the doctors don't give me the xanax if i can't take the Inderal 20mg with each xanax. I have been on it about 25 years and no bad effects for me stopped the heart from running away from me.I know longer get Migraines I am now on the 80mg S.R. once a day and it continues to be a life saver.Also as my old job as a pharmacy technician I seen this used alot for anxiety and they also use it for people giving speachs in frount of many people and it stop the fear and stuttering I like the timed release much better in the early years it was causing depression.out side of that i have never had any problems and it stops the triggers that bring on a full panic attach.So far i do not know of any long term effects..from when i was filling rx's to taking it myself Best wishes for a anxiety free or as good as it gets..
I have taken beta blockers, the kind of drug propranolol is for more then 40 yrs. I have never had any problems with them.
I started taking propananol back in 1994 and I never had any side effects.
if anything I found that taking setraline etc left me feeling drowsy for days on end
and so I now avoid taking them despite my long term daily anxiety disorder.
out of all the medication I have tried since 1994 I think propananol is the best for anxiety problems.
one tablet tends to be sufficient to calm nerves and there are rarely any side effects.
and so I would suggest you continue taking them?
I hope this helps?
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