Can I take CoQ10 with atenolol?

Can I take CoQ10 with atenolol?

No interactions were found between atenolol and CoQ10.

Can I take vitamins with beta blockers?

People taking beta-blockers should therefore avoid taking potassium supplements, or eating large quantities of fruit (e.g., bananas), unless directed to do so by their doctor.

Is it safe to take vitamin D with beta-blockers?

No interactions were found between bisoprolol and Vitamin D3. This does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. Always consult your healthcare provider.

What type of blood pressure medicine is atenolol?

Atenolol (Tenormin) is a beta-blocker that affects the heart and circulation (blood flow through arteries and veins). Atenolol is used to treat angina (chest pain) and hypertension (high blood pressure). Atenolol is also used to lower the risk of death after a heart attack.

Can you take atenolol if you have poor circulation?

Warnings for people with certain health conditions. For people with poor circulation: If you have poor circulation in your feet and hands, you may have worse symptoms when taking atenolol. Atenolol reduces blood pressure, so you might not get as much blood to your hands and feet.

What happens when you take atenolol with clonidine?

Alpha blockers lower blood pressure. They may decrease blood pressure too much when combined with atenolol. Examples of these drugs include: Clonidine must be carefully managed if it’s combined with atenolol. Suddenly stopping the drug while also taking atenolol can cause a big jump in blood pressure.

What are the side effects of atenolol for pregnant women?

Atenolol reduces blood pressure, so you might not get as much blood to your hands and feet. For pregnant women: Atenolol is a category D pregnancy drug. That means two things: Studies show a risk of adverse effects to the fetus when the mother takes the drug.

How is atenolol used to treat high blood pressure?

Atenolol may be used in the treatment of high blood pressure (hypertension). Lowering blood pressure with medications such as atenolol has been shown to reduce the risk of a stroke or heart attack (myocardial infarction).

Is the risk of stroke lower with atenolol?

The risk of stroke, however, tended to be lower in the atenolol than in the placebo group (0.85 [0.72-1.01]). When atenolol was compared with other antihypertensives, there were no major differences in blood pressure lowering between the treatment arms.

What happens if you take too much atenolol?

The amount of atenolol that can lead to an overdose varies from person to person. If you take more than the prescribed dose, your heart rate may slow down and you may find it difficult to breathe. It can also cause dizziness and trembling. If you need to go to hospital, do not drive yourself. Get someone else to drive you or call for an ambulance.

How often should you take atenolol for angina?

How much you take depends on why you need atenolol. For high blood pressure – the usual dose is 25mg to 50mg taken once a day. For angina (chest pain) – the usual dose is 100mg taken once a day, or split into 2 50mg doses.