Nightmares effect of Metoprolol

We have 188 consumer reports for Metoprolol. Nightmares effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Nightmares side effect for Metoprolol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
157.08
214.95

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
6′ 1″

Average age
62
47

Metoprolol Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 188 reported about Nightmares

  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. Suzanne R. Jackson says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    Drug moderately affects blood pressure. Pulse drops sharply (from 120 to 47). Constant tiredness, listlessness. Cold hands and feet, otherwise frequent sweating. Acts like a strong sedative. Subdued emotions, i. little excitement but hardly any joy. Tingling and muscle aches. Very unpleasant nightmares, the first time in your life tachycardia at night. Despite the cushioning occasionally muscle tremors and restlessness. Change the personality (from cheerful and spirited, but also anxious and excited to lahmarschig and lazy …) Nevertheless, too high a pulse is of course also extremely exhausting and certainly not healthy. I will continue to search, because this drug is a blow to the head with the hammer ;-))).

  3. 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

  4. Angela D. Aguilar says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    My SD was partially removed in 1993 due to knots. Unfortunately she grew up again during the year. Approximately I had rest for 6 years, then I got the same symptoms again. Especially the blood pressure and heart disturbances bothered me. Since I was also in menopause, the doctors said it would be the decline of female hormones …. But thought wrong. I had been treated wrong with SD hormones. And so the SD or the rest had to work hard and grew up..It then got the rest in the hospital – CT with iodine – and was then in overactive condition. Tachycardia, constant urination and fluctuating blood pressure, pressure in the eyes, sometimes hair loss. I always switched between over- and under-function. The calcium play was also not correct anymore, osteoporosis started and the psyche suffered. In April d. Year I then decided to remove the SD. Lt. Doctors are only the NSD still in it. First deep in the subfunction, then normal values and now again subfunction. In addition to the above-mentioned drugs, a fear-solving agent was added. Overall, I have gained 25 kg. I now have problems with my muscles, rheumatic complaints, can not sleep through and have nightmares. The blood pressure is like the weather. Badly set. First 100 mg L-thyroxine, then 150 mg, then 125 and now 137.5 mg. Such a back and forth. Nausea and listlessness are constant companions. But any means can trigger this NW. according to the leaflet, nothing is excluded. And doctors do not pay attention to weight or gender – as others have already described. And that many Pat. Have more than 50% SB due to rheumatism due to the SD removal, was also not mentioned. Dear doctors, do not think your patient is a nerd – listen to what they say and at least try to do a successful therapy. With understanding for the patient and not just the € signs in mind!

  5. Nathan I. Blake says:
    5.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    Amiodarone 14 days before ablation and since (previous cardioversion unsuccessful) Amiodarone significantly reduces the need for Marcumar (instead of 5 1/2 now 3 1/2 tablets) Side effects Amiodarone for me: drop in blood pressure (therefore Digitoxin and Diovan were omitted), pulse rate significantly reduced, fatigue, lack of drive, slight feeling of nausea, feeling of fullness (therefore not increased), vivid dreams, rarely nightmares Effect: spontaneous return to the sinus rhythm for hours under pulse and blood pressure increase 2. Ablation planned

  6. Kenneth D. Hernandez says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    Severe headache, dizziness, nightmares, joint and back pain (lumbar + pelvis), nausea, vomiting, massive diarrhea. Madness!! Already about 1.5 hours after taking the first Avalox 400 tablet I was really bad and my two knees began to hurt properly (Pulsating pain on the inner and outer bands). On the second day also the back in the lower lumbar spine area began to hurt very peculiar! That such a drug has even come on the market, triggers me only head shaking … After three days (3×400 mg Avalox) I was allowed to discontinue the drug after consultation with my family doctor. I have also been taking metoprolol (beta-blockers) for over 5 years to lower blood pressure and have never had side effects with this drug. Interactions between Avalox and metoprolol are not listed in the Avalox Package Leaflet. Due to this …