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Propranolol

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So i haven't seen enough info on Propranolol for HPPD... has this helped anyone with anxiety or hypertension? has it worsened any visuals? trying to play it safe because  last thing I want is symptoms to worsen. 

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I found it helped my anxiety. It didnt affect my symptoms during or after. I couldnt sleep while I was on it though so only lasted a few days on it.

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Thanks for info! My biggest concern is my heart. i know it's not good to have constant anxiety/hypertension in the long run as it can lead to even more health problems. My visuals seemed to improve by half when I stopped smoking weed and drinking caffeine. but now got hypertension from the withdrawals and when anxiety kicks in it's horrid.  I feel my body is taking care of my HPPD and don't want to have something interfere with any progress it has made.

 

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I took this prn for several years. I found I have a very naturally high tolelance for the stuff. Pretty benign though.

 

Dont take if you have a family history of Peyronie's disease. Don't take at the same time with cialis or viagra, or other pde5 inhibitors (you'll probably pass out). 

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On 6/17/2017 at 5:25 PM, Onemorestep said:

I took this prn for several years. I found I have a very naturally high tolelance for the stuff. Pretty benign though.

 

Dont take if you have a family history of Peyronie's disease. Don't take at the same time with cialis or viagra, or other pde5 inhibitors (you'll probably pass out). 

How did you feel on it? Just more calm? Was it like low level benzo?

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