Anxiety states effect of Metoprolol

We have 188 consumer reports for Metoprolol. Anxiety states effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Anxiety states side effect for Metoprolol

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Average weight in Lbs
148.26
262.35

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
6′ 2″

Average age
52
57

Metoprolol Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 188 reported about Anxiety states

  1. Kathleen D. Silvers says:
    4.5 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    I got the medication for hypertension and so I get a bit calmer nervously, get prescribed. I had a lot of side effects that were all considered psychologically by three different doctors. Now that I have skipped the beta-blocker on my own, I can say with certainty that it was not psychic because I am getting better and better with discontinuing the drug. My side effects with Metoprolol were: Fear (extremely, I was already thinking about switching jobs because I was increasingly frightened of working with chemicals and gases (I work in a chemistry lab), which was reversed by stopping the medication dizziness, inner restlessness, respiratory misfire at night, greatly slowed and complicated thinking, fatigue, lack of energy, arrhythmia. My blood pressure was not better with beta blocker than now.

  2. Robert T. Scott says:
    2.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    Good day, now I know that I often have difficulty breathing from metoprolol and the pulse often drops to 35 beats in one minute, which causes a great anxiety and then begins the heart hunt and the blood pressure increases very much. There is often a tingling sensation in the chest when the medication starts to work and I have to accept it. Most of the time, I also notice a fuss after taking Metoprolol, but it subsides after a while. Care must be taken that Metrobolol is taken with a calcium antagonist, as the pulse is slowed down and there are too many side effects. It is best to wait 30 minutes until you first take the other medication, as fewer side effects come into consideration.

  3. Robert S. Brown says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    I have been taking Metoprolol Retard 100 for 3 weeks and have been struggling with various side effects for a week. Tachycardia, headache, swollen ankles and feet, sleep disorders, anxiety and profuse sweating (I am already panicking when I have to wait somewhere). I switched my diet a few weeks ago but still increased maybe that has something to do with water retention in the legs. All the best

  4. Edna F. Davis says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    Have, nightmares, cold fingers and feet, blood pressure fluctuates, fears, weight gain, night awake to sleep and have high blood pressure, take a pill in the morning, muscle pain, poor chest, ,, feel no more fit, feel like tablet regulates something in the body, which is not consistent with me, I can not describe so aptly, I think a heart disease cries forward, pulse goes down far, than usual, 56 otherwise I had 68 feel better with a higher pulse, have all the examinations made, ECG; Blood test, since I take the tablets higher colestine 270, before 248 ,,,, no rheumatism

  5. Tamica R. Whitfield says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Migraine

    I got my first migraine attack about 3 years ago, but the symptoms never related to migraine. I did not think about it at first, thinking I had caught a virus. Only when the seizures piled up did I go to the doctor. The first thing I heard was whether I might have mental health problems. after I had reacted rather sour then my doctor took the complaints but serious and I went to the neurologist. He listened to my story and then prescribed me Metoprolol for prophylaxis, which I take now for about 2 years. The migraine attacks have improved since then, but I feel like I’m not as resilient as I used to, I’m always tired, I do not feel like anything, and lately, there’s also a sort of panic attack. That’s why I just dropped off the pills to see if I could feel better.

  6. Jason L. Watson says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances

    The first three weeks went well with very few exceptions. During the 4th week, for no apparent reason, dizziness, heart and chest pressure, panic attacks and the constant feeling of having to take a deep breath. The whole thing so strong that I was even afraid of falling asleep. Accompanied with very strong cold sweats.