Beta Blockers

Definition of Beta Blockers:

Drugs used to slow the response to epinephrine only (as released hormonally by the adrenal medulla), usually to attempt controlling high blood pressure.

Also: Beta Blocker

Topics Related to Beta Blockers

(Prescription) Drug Side-Effects

...our question about Feeling cold for no reason
“Certain medications – such as those prescribed for hypertension, angina, or migraine – can cause feelings of being cold because beta blockers may reduce the circulation in the extremities while increasing blood circulation to the heart.”

Female Hair Loss

...the condition
“...Common causes of hair loss or hair thinning in women ... beta blockers...”

Progesterone Low or Estrogen Dominance

...relationship to Low Melatonin Level
“...excessive exposure to light (including late night TV viewing) and probably electromagnetic fields, chemical pollutants such as pesticides and fungicides, and many commonly prescribed drugs, such as beta blockers for heart disease, high blood pressure and headaches.”
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