Ask the Doctors: Beta-Blocker Alternatives; Atrial Fibrillation vs. Ventricular Fibrillation

The beta-blocker I take for blood pressure makes me feel tired. Would a different medication make me feel more energetic? Beta-blockers decrease heart rate and blood pressure. They do this by blocking epinephrine (also known as adrenaline) from interacting with one of its cellular receptors called a beta-adrenergic receptor. Beta-blockers make some—but not all—people feel […]
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