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The use of beta blockers in Nephrotic Syndrome is not rare. As you know, this kind of medicine is used to control high blood pressure. They block the effects of the sympathetic nervous system on the heart. This reduces the work of the heart

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Beta Blockers in Nephrotic Syndrome

2014-08-01 06:44

Beta Blockers in Nephrotic SyndromeThe use of beta blockers in Nephrotic Syndrome is not rare. As you know, this kind of medicine is used to control high blood pressure. They block the effects of the sympathetic nervous system on the heart. This reduces the work of the heart so that it requires less blood and oxygen. As a result, the heart doesn’t have to work as hard, which in turn lowers blood pressure.

Nephrotic Syndrome is characterized by large amounts of protein in the urine, high cholesterol and triglycerides, and swelling (edema). People with Nephrotic Syndrome retain water-sodium in their bodies and develop swelling and high blood pressure as a result.

You have known how beta blockers lower high blood pressure, but do you know the side effects of this kind of medicines?

Potential side effects of beta-blockers include:

- Dizziness or lightheadedness

- Problems with sexual performance and ability

- Sleeping problems and drowsiness

- Fatigue

- Cold hands and feet

- Slow heartbeat

- Edema (swelling in ankles, feet, or legs)

- Trouble breathing, especially asthma symptoms

- Depression

These are just parts of the potential side effects of beta blockers. Those bad results will in turn worsen the illness condition of Nephrotic Syndrome patients.

How should you take beta blockers?

These drugs should always be taken consistently with meals to avoid fluctuations in their level and effect.

Follow the label directions on how often to take this medication. The number of doses you take each day, the time allowed between doses, and how long you need to take the medication will depend on your condition.

While taking a beta-blocker, your doctor will tell you how rapid your pulse should be and may instruct you to record your pulse daily. If your pulse is slower than it should be, contact your doctor about taking your beta-blocker that day.

However, western medicines are not the best choice, because most of the medicines produce wastes and toxins that burden the kidney. In fact, if you want to relieve or eliminate any symptom in Nephrotic Syndrome, you should find a natural way to solve the underlying problem. In other words, improving the kidney function is the key. As for that, we can help you. You are welcomed to leave a message below or contact our experts online directly.

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