Sleep disorders effect of Metoprolol

We have 188 consumer reports for Metoprolol. Sleep disorders effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Sleep disorders side effect for Metoprolol


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Metoprolol Circle Diagram 11 consumers of 188 reported about Sleep disorders

  1. Matthew J. Jackson says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    42 years, overweight, high blood pressure: The blood pressure was lowered to normal levels, but the side effects were significant: sleep disorders, leaky fatigue, fatigue, listlessness, occasional sweats, think like a veil, a headache. In my mother (65 years) metoprolol had to be discontinued because the metropolol has triggered psoriasis, which now has her life! Therefore, the metoprolol had to be discontinued with me, which is why I now take Provas 320 maxx (320/25) and amlodipine (5 mg), which I am much better (above side effects are no longer there), except for the increased pulse ( 110-120).

  2. Robert D. Hammond says:
    3.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Atrial fibrillation; Heart rhythm disturbances

    For three weeks everything went well and I had real improvement, but now it seems to me right nachzustauen side effect; mainly at rest: heart and chest pressure, panic attacks and tachycardia for a few minutes, which keep me awake, sleep disturbances, from noon I’m completely impulsive and slack, I’m also otherwise quite unfocused. Lack of appetite due to a feeling of bloating after eating.

  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. Debra G. Spiers says:
    4.0 rating

    Metoprolol for Migraine

    I take Metoprolol 50 mg twice a day for about 4 weeks. Side effects: first dizziness-is gone now, immediate weight gain and tingling on the hands and face and unfortunately extreme sleep disorders. The migraine attacks are no longer 3 days and not as severe but just as often as before. When I feel the onset of the migraine, I immediately take Sumapriptan and after about half an hour feel better, but I’m dizzy and tired.

  5. Ronald D. Gaffney says:
    4.5 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    The experience with both drugs (metoprolol + enalapril) was and is catastrophic. Pronounced side effects: Total sleep disorders due to panic dreams, forgetfulness, high depression, massive confusion, memory loss, severe balance disorders, nervousness, aggression and loss of control, in short: total personality change. Weight loss in 14 days 8 Kg. I have to go into psycholigical treatment. Symptoms persist even after the medication has been discontinued.

    Side effects: Nervousness; Sleep disorders
  6. Anna V. Biggs says:
    3.5 rating

    Metoprolol for High blood pressure

    For more than 15 years I have had to swallow beta-blockers because of high blood pressure and migraine prophylaxis. Beloc-zok and Metoporol 50 have been prescribed for some time. The initial dose was one tablet and for about 2 years I was supposed to take 2 tablets. Since I’ve been taking beta-blockers, I’ve been steadily increasing. Since the dose was increased, I took about 10kg to predominantly on the stomach, which looks very ugly. My eating habits have been drastically reduced, no snacking, no alcohol (because of the migraine anyway almost taboo), low fat and small portions. I even try to do sports, but the weight goes up! Massive sleep disorders, restless legs, muscle spasms, listlessness, depression and sexual listlessness are added to this weight problem. These complaints were u. a. kept as menopause consequences. On the leaflet there is no indication. Unfortunately, there is probably no alternative.