Metoprolol for Depression treatment

We have 188 consumer reports for treatment of Depression with Metoprolol. Depression used in 4% of cases.

Patients statistics on Depression for Metoprolol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
188.27
185.19

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 10″

Average age
55
61

Metoprolol Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 188 reported about Depression

  1. Sandy J. Aranda says:
    4.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Depression; Heart rhythm disturbances

    Valdoxan, first night, barely able to endure migraines, dizziness, tremors, high pulse, internal freezing, nightmares, although I started with half Valdoxan 25mg. Thank god, otherwise I would not have taken it further. Bearable during the day, some headache, increased heart rate and mild hypertension. Tried to regulate blood pressure and pulse in the morning with half a metoprolol, small success. After 3 days, slight weight loss. Retained half the dose of Valdoxan 25 mg for a week, then increased it to a whole, because the mood was pretty depressive and I often had to cry. Some side effects disappeared, leaving dizziness, increased heart rate and low blood pressure after 2 weeks. Yesterday evening, at about 6.30 pm, I took half a metoprolol again, because the pulse was a little high, had a terrible night, almost as bad as the very first night, migraine, trembling. I hope that the trigger of this night was the evening intake of half metoprolol. Still afraid of tonight. Positive is, however, easy weight loss, no food cravings, only because I try to hold out. Maybe the side effects will disappear.

  2. Julie F. Stuart says:
    2.5 rating

    Metoprolol for Sleep disorders; Depression; Migraine; High blood pressure

    Under Doneurin and Paroxat only the first 2-3 weeks have some side effects that are also easily tolerated.Metropolol has made in the beginning a little tired.Nortrilen side effects are still on and are among others Severe dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, difficulty concentrating, confusion, head noise, Aggressiveness.