Beta blockers, are called beta-adrenergic blocking medications, which stops “norepinephrine” and “epinephrine” “adrenaline” from binding to beta receptors on neurons.

 Examples of beta-blockers: acebutolol (Sectral), atenolol (Tenormin), bisoprolol (Zebeta), metoprolol (Lopressor, Lopressor LA, Toprol XL), nadolol (Corgard), timolol (Blocadren).

It gives a timid effect of Diarrhea, It causes Stomach cramps, Vomiting and Nausea other effects are Insomnia and muscle cramp

A beneficial effect of beta-blockers, they slow heart rate and reduce blood pressure, but they may cause adverse effects such as heart failure

Beta blockers affect the central nervous system such as Headache, Dizziness, Depression, Nightmares, Hallucinations and Confusion

Did you know that Beta blockers In diabetics on insulin, beta blockers may prolong hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and hide hypoglycemia symptoms

You should not stop using a beta blocker suddenly because it may increase your chance of a heart attack or other cardiovascular condition

Beta blockers aren't usually prescribed to people with asthma because there's a risk that they'll induce severe attacks.

Irregular cardiac rhythms, chest pain, heart attack, hypertension, migraine headaches, social phobias, tremors, and glaucoma are all treated with beta blockers.

Beta blockers can have an impact on “cholesterol” and “triglyceride” levels as well.They can cause a little increase in triglycerides, a form of fat in the blood