About Bisoprolol

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About Bisoprolol

Bisoprolol is used in the treatment of hypertension, which has no organic causes (essential hypertension), and in cardiovascular disorders.

What is the purpose of this ingredient?

  • Lower blood pressure for high blood pressure
  • Lower heart rate
  • Treat heart failure
  • Treat circulatory disorders of coronary arteries in coronary heart disease
  • treat stable angina pectoris
  • Relieve Cardiovascular Discomfort
  • treat anemia sparingly

This is how bisoprolol works

Below you will learn more about the fields of application and the mode of action of bisoprolol.
Please also read the information on the drug groups beta-blockers, antihypertensives, to which the active ingredient bisoprolol belongs.

Areas of application of the active ingredient bisoprolol

Bisoprolol is used in the treatment of hypertension, which has no organic causes (essential hypertension), and in cardiovascular disorders.

In addition, bisoprolol is used in heart diseases that are associated with inadequate oxygen supply to the heart muscle (myocardial insufficiency).

Bisoprolol is also used for circulatory disorders of the coronary arteries (coronary heart disease) and angina pectoris.

A more rare application of bisoprolol is the supportive treatment of anemia.

Patients with severe hypertension are often treated with various drugs. In addition to bisoprolol, diuretics (diuretics) or other antihypertensive agents (calcium channel blockers, ACE inhibitors) or vasodilating agents (eg dihydralazine, prazosin) are used.

In the case of cardiac insufficiency, the drug is combined with ACE inhibitors and diuretics as well as, optionally, with cardiac glycosides, which increase the performance of the heart.

Basically, bisoprolol is initially administered in low doses that are only gradually increased. In any case, the doctor will adjust the dosage individually to the patient, his pulse rate and the success of the treatment.

For the following applications Bisoprolol , in-depth information is available:

  • Hypertension
  • Angina pectoris
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • heart failure

Mode of action of bisoprolol

During stress, the organism releases the neurotransmitters epinephrine and norepinephrine. They generally cause an increased willingness to fight and escape the body. Especially at the heart, both substances bind to so-called beta-1 receptors. These receptors are activated by the messenger substances: The heart then beats faster and stronger, the blood pressure rises.

Bisoprolol belongs to the drug group of beta-blockers. He is “cardioselective”, since he acts after ingestion in the body exclusively on the beta-1-receptors of the heart. Bisoprolol displaces adrenalin and norepinephrine at the receptors of the heart and thus suppresses their effect. This reduces the number of heartbeats and the amount of circulating blood, and at the same time significantly reduces blood pressure.

In addition, the drug slows down the transmission of electrical impulses to the cardiac conduction system. This calms the heart when the stress is too high and relieves it.

Potential Bisoprolol side effects may include:

Bisoprolol used to treat the following diseases:

  1. Judith G. Wilson says:
    3.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances

    Take bisoprolol for 3 months because of my heart racing, so in itself everything works just fine … For a week dizziness, fatigue, listlessness and circulation is crazy … Could it be from the tablets? Take 1.25 in the morning and 1.25 in the evening … I’m really tired!

  2. Wesley B. Ahmed says:
    2.5 rating

    I have been taking bisoprolol for about 3 weeks now. I’m tired for a long time and sleep a lot, sometimes 20 hours at a time. Besides, I’m totally forgetful. I’m at work and have a job to do something for and forget it. At the beginning of treatment, I had circulatory problems.

    Side effects: Circulatory problems; Fatigue
  3. 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.

  4. Jenny R. Shook says:
    3.0 rating

    I take 5 mg bisopolol in the morning. Over the past 5 to 6 weeks, I have had to take a heavy weight gain of more than 6 kg. My leg muscle pain, I feel like screwing around it and I rather pull myself up the stairs than I go. When lying hips hurt. Often, I wake up and my arms feel numb (asleep). I am very depressed, because of a muscle disease expects me anyway the wheelchair and now I see him roll up. The idea that all my complaints could possibly come from this drug I had only yesterday through a conversation with a friend. In any case, with the help of my family doctor, I will gradually discontinue the medication and see if I feel better again. I have no hair loss, but I had occasionally small inflamed areas, such as boils.

  5. Brett A. Bentley says:
    4.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    I take bisoprolol for 3 years. Blood pressure and heart rate are excellent, almost too low. With 110/70 and 49 pulse I am already very lethargic in the morning. Then take a half tablet, and feel only limp and beside the track. I noticed a change in my personality. Particularly striking is the feeling of being somehow isolated, of perceiving everything hesitantly. Listlessness, the feeling of walking, panic attacks. I talked to my doctor and told her my values and concerns. She said that the half tablet (2.5 mg) that I take, would be almost homeopathic, and the immediate withdrawal does not oppose. I’m curious. What experiences did you have after stopping?

  6. Victoria V. Delgado says:
    4.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances; High blood pressure

    I got the medication 4 weeks ago mainly because of tachycardia and high blood pressure in the evening. At first I felt pretty good except for dizziness and cold hands and feet. For about 2 weeks I feel worse from day to day. Totally depressed, anxiety and panic attacks, driveless, tired, I just do not feel like myself anymore. Let the tablet just creep out and hope that I feel better then. My blood pressure and heart rate, I will try to get a handle on another way.

  7. Sally R. Anderson says:
    5.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for Heart rhythm disturbances

    In March 2 hours of memory loss. CT memory test. KH various tests. Long-term blood pressure, long-term ECG, everything in the normal range. Had a lot of psych. u. körperl. Stress. Whether that was the trigger you do not know. Thereupon by the doctor for about 6 months now bisoprolol because of high pulse usually around the 100th According to the doctor there is a risk of a stroke with such a high pulse. The blood pressure is rather low. Values 100/80, 120/70, 110/60 etc. In the morning shortly after getting up, everything is ok. At 10/11, severe nausea, dizziness, anxiety, panic attacks, (feeling I am dying now) depressive mood, aggression, tiredness, (could always sleep), tremors, anxiety. I feel very bad. Am female 52 years. Gynecologist says could also have to do with menopause. Since then, I take hormone gel, bisoprolol now discontinued without doctor consultation. I already feel like a hypochonter, nobody takes me seriously. Considered to aim for rehab or hospital stay.

  8. Joe J. Adams says:
    3.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    The side effects that I have are tolerable, but also unpleasant, I have to say I’ll take too …. Glimepirit … 1mg … Metformin … 1000mg and ENEGY.10mg / 40mg … against sugar and blood fat The pain may not be threatening but unpleasant, most often and the worst about 1-2 hours after taking.

  9. Joseph M. Fletcher says:
    3.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    Very heavy fatigue, nausea, beginning numbness and depression. Drug was discontinued after consultation with the doctor and the side effects are also over. Too bad, because the effect was very good in itself and I had the experience for a long time that my heart comes to rest. So keep trying …

  10. Joshua J. Bauer says:
    4.5 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    I tolerated bisoprolol (up to 5 mg at 166 to 106 BLD) quite well (reduction to 135 to 85), but there were quite significant side effects: very tiredness, confusion and friends said I was thinking and very slowly in the movement. Weight gain was 5 kg a year. That’s why discontinued bisoprolol. For me, the drug is not the worst, but when you go to work, it’s not so easy to handle the fatigue and altered responsiveness. (For me it was like that).

  11. Jack A. Burke says:
    3.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    Aggression without end it was already grossly blatant. Talked to the attending physician. After discontinuing the aggressiveness disappeared.

    Side effects: Aggressiveness
  12. Rudy C. Bealer says:
    2.0 rating

    I have Bisoprolol 2,5mg today I took it wrong. I then made something to eat. and now I wait until the effect wears off. I have too low a blood pressure. And now I have the salad. My wife is MTA and knows. She says lay down Stable side position and head down! When you get tired, sleep quietly. The circulation gets everything back. my wife works in a private laboratory. She knows her way around with the juice of life. Heinz Henning

    Side effects: Blood pressure drop
  13. Peter M. Contreras says:
    3.0 rating

    Bisoprolol for High blood pressure

    Even with only 2.5 mg fatigue, sudden chest pain on both sides, oppressive feeling and significant decrease in heart rate at rest about 40 beats per minute

    Side effects: Bradycardia; Breast pain; Fatigue