Yes, numbness and/or tingling of fingers and/or toes, and of the skin are known side-effects of betablockers.
Life Without BetaBlockersby
Well, if I had any doubts about the positive effects of betablockers for me, this morning I had a stark reminder. As I posted earlier this week ( Treating ME/CFS with BetaBlockers ), I've been able...
Treating ME/CFS with BetaBlockersby
Sue J.betablockers for her daughter and they had helped to bring her heart rate down. Then, I remembered reading about betablockers in Dr. Rowe's article on OI (highly recommended reading...
Switching to Long-Acting BetaBlockersby
. And finally, catch up on my past experience in using betablockers to treat my OI.]
So, almost two years ago, I started taking betablockers to help treat my OI. They helped...
BetaBlockers May Reduce Alzheimer's Riskby
Men taking betablockers to treat high blood pressure may also be benefiting from an unintended... whose hypertension had been treated with betablockers showed fewer brain lesions associated with Alzheimer's disease...
Beta-blockers and stroke -- new ...by
Dr. Rubens D.Beta-blockers and stroke -- new insights into their use for older people
Research conducted... of Leicester-led study may have uncovered the reason why Beta-blockers are less effective at preventing stroke...