Sleep disorders effect of Bisoprolol

We have 367 consumer reports for Bisoprolol. Sleep disorders effect occurred in 9%.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders side effect for Bisoprolol


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Bisoprolol Circle Diagram 33 consumers of 367 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. Judy J. Mitchell says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Reflux; Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    I suffer from constant nausea. I’m just bad, I’m driveless, do not dare alone somewhere, in fear I break down. Suffering partially from sleep disorders, have either flatulence or too hard stool. I only dare to eat certain things, no coffee, no smoking, no sweets. Eat only stomach-friendly things. There is currently no quality of life!! I could only howl. No doctor can help me, blood tests are o.k., gallstones I have not. Actually, I’m perfectly healthy except for you o.g. symptoms

  2. Linda A. Novoa says:
    2.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Heart failure; Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    1/2 year intake. 7 KG weight gain! ‘Concentration disorders, weakness, bad depression and the like no drive, muscle and bone pain, hair loss, itching, despite leakage water retention i. Face, hands u. Feel heartburn, pain in d. Esophagus, abdominal cramps, Dürchfälle, Schlafstörungen.Glaube almost also halucinations. In combination with Eferox (Hashimoto) the same side effects potentiate the symptoms even more !! Do not bear this anymore. Who knows alternatives, other active than bisoprolol hemifumarart?

  3. Carolyn R. Alegria says:
    3.5 rating

    Hair loss Weight gain 20 kg Dizziness Drug-freeness Sleep disorder Skin itch I’ve gained a lot of weight. Then I noticed my hair is getting thinner. Allergic reactions to my skin. I got totally dry skin. Certainly there are some side effects which I did not notice. Drug discontinued. NEVER AGAIN CHEMISTRY MEDICAMENTS

  4. Julia B. Miller says:
    4.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for Depression; Heart rhythm disturbances

    tingling and numbness in the left side, shortness of breath, lumps in the throat, cold sweats in the least strenuousness, funny taste in the mouth (like vomited about), nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, insomnia, heart pain, tachycardia, nightmares, tremors, malaise, hot flashes, …

  5. Jennifer F. Aucoin says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Atrial fibrillation

    Allergy symptoms such as sneezing and asthma were aggravated, impotent, joint pain in the hands and sleep disturbance (waking up several times a night, increased dream activity)

  6. Sonya A. Runyon says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Atrial fibrillation; High blood pressure

    Unfortunately, I can not say anything good about all beta-blockers, they all have the same side effects. For me, above all, big weight gain, the internist wanted to talk me out, but everyone knows his body but best, and I found now on the Internet the confirmation for it, because in the leaflets that is not listed, great fatigue, listlessness, weakness, Sleep disorders, hair loss, fatigue, elevated liver enzymes, in three hospitals, I was always asked if I drink until I asked exactly why this question. Muscular pain, joint pain, constipation, gait disturbances, nightmares, in July 2007, then a catheter abatement was performed but I still have to take bisoprolol due to increased blood pressure. The side effects are still the same.

  7. Kim C. Crane says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    after prolonged use, or possibly in connection with bisoprolol? severe muscle pain, joint and back pain, tiredness, listlessness, severe mucus production, difficulty sleeping through. Micardis discontinued, but Blopress for 1 month, since then no more severe pain.

  8. Camille E. Vest says:
    4.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Cardiovascular disease

    It helped, but the side effects are too serious for * younger generations over 35 years *. Unfortunately, I’ve got a whole Latte of side effects. Pulse and blood pressure drop hair loss milk flow in the breasts (although I did not have a child) diarrhea complete lipid loss muscle pain in legs and arms dry eyes shivering-freezing at night / dizziness massive sleep disorders listlessness-mood swings allergy increase worsening of depressive phases toxic hepatitis

  9. Richard T. Vaught says:
    4.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for Depression

    Citalopram: nausea, restlessness, impaired vision, severe sleep disturbance possible. Interactions with bisoprolol: hypotension, bradycardia, tachycardia-related orthostatic hypotension> & gt; & gt; & gt; & gt; Plasma levels of bisoprolol are believed to be doubled by citalopram

  10. Robert D. Swanson says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Cardiovascular disease

    Nightmares, sleep disorders, severe fatigue, listlessness, sensations in the toes (numbness, burning sensation), cold hands and feet. Take the drug in conjunction with ramipril. The blood pressure / heart rate lowering effect was only minimal for me (pulse from 85 to 75, blood pressure barely lowered). Since the unwanted side effects outweighed, I have now discontinued the drug completely and feel better every day. I’ll never use beta-blockers again.

  11. Brenda M. Harada says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Atrial fibrillation

    Have taken a whole range of beta-blockers because of atrial fibrillation, but with all the same side effects had, large weight gain, sleep disorders, gait insecurity, to gait weakness, body aches, muscle pain, fatigue, listlessness, hair loss, physical weakness, it is a horror. After not tolerating beta-blockers, a catheter ablation was done successfully. However, because of mild hypertension, I still have to take bisoprolol with the same side effects

  12. John C. Richards says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for Heart failure

    Could hardly sleep anymore, potency problems, fast out of breath, depression. After I found on the net a report that in Europe in the last 5 years, about 800,000 people have died I have discontinued the drug or halved the dose first. Since then I’m really good. The study of a Dutch cardiologist was fake. As long as greed in medicine is the order of the day, many more people will die of untreated drugs. Radical rethinking is needed now.