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Atenolol is a medicine that has become highly common among both physicians and pharmacists in the last few decades. As it is one of the most effective beta-blockers on the market, the intake of Atenolol is known to block the patient's beta receptors (especially the receptors that are found in the patient's lungs, heart and other body organs). The effective blocking of these beta receptors is able to stop the action of two chemicals that are normally produced by the patient's organism (adrenaline and nor-adrenaline). These two chemicals have been called the 'fight or flight' substances, as they are known to play an important part in the organism's natural response to a less or more stressful condition / situations. If the heart's beta receptors are blocked, it starts beating less fats, and with a lower force. This means, that less energy is being prescribed by the heart (this is very helpful for patients who are suffering from angina, as this prevents the normal pain that comes with a crisis). Because the heart has changed its beating rhythm and beating strength, this also affects the average blood pressure: It is a known fact that patients who have been treated with Atenolol and other beta-blockers have reduced their levels of blood pressure. Some patients suffering from migraines have also found a therapy with Atenolol very helpful.
It is known that medicines such as Atenolol (meaning most beta-blockers) are generally prescribed to patients who are suffering from any of the following medical conditions:
- Angina pectoris;
- High blood pressure;
- Prevention of future heart attacks (especially after the patient has already experienced at least one);
- Prevention of migraines;


A therapy with Atenolol can sometimes hide the average signs that point to abnormally low levels of blood sugar. These symptoms are: nausea, tremor, increased heart rhythm, and so on. This is why patients who are suffering from diabetes and who are following a long term therapy with Atenolol ought to check their blood sugar levels with extra care in order to avoid unpleasant incidents. A treatment with Atenolol must not be ended suddenly without a physician's advice, as this is known to sometimes cause severe side effects (withdrawal symptoms). Patients who are using Atenolol regularly and who find themselves in the need of general or local anesthesia ought to make sure that the anesthetist is aware of the fact that you are using a beta blocker. Atenolol and most other beta blockers ought to be indicated with extra caution in the case of patients who are suffering from any of the following medical issues:
- Diabetes;
- Kidney disease;
- Liver disease;

As all the following disorders are known to harmfully interact with a treatment with a beta-blocker, no patient who has these medical issues is allowed to start taking Atenolol:
- Angina that does not respond well to medical treatment;
- Asthma;
- Blockage;
- Cardiogenic shock;
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder;
- Heart failure;
- Hypotension;
- Metabolic acidosis;
- Phaeochromocytoma;
- Severe bradycardia;
- Sick sinus syndrome;

Intake Guidelines

Any patient who is starting a therapy with Atenolol for the very first time (or who is taking Atenolol again after a long break) ought to seek a doctor's guidance regarding their future intake of Atenolol. If you have further questions regarding your treatment with Atenolol, you might find the drug's label extremely helpful (most patients do). If it has not proved to be helpful enough, it is always a viable option to seek further guidance at your personal doctor. If you are in need of further professional and reliable information regarding Atenolol's ingredients and tips regarding the proper storage (or disposal) of Atenolol, we advise you to direct to the nearest pharmaceutical location.


The proper dose of Atenolol that you will have to use is determined by your own, individual needs. Your doctor has the ability to calculate this dose for you, at the beginning of you therapy with this particular beta blocker. However, during your therapy with Atenolol, your physician might want to change your initial dosage. Do not hesitate to follow his or her instructions with extra caution.


We have to inform you with regret that we do not dispose of any reliable information regarding the potential symptoms that could be triggered by an overdose with Atenolol (or with any other similar beta blocker). You might find the needed information regarding this matter at the nearest pharmaceutical location or in the medicine's label. Consult the drug's label with extra care for over dosage signs and / or symptoms. In case you need further assistance regarding Atenolol over dosage, call your local poison control centre.

Missed Dose

An effective therapy with Atenolol (one that will grant you all the medication's beneficial results) implies that you take in your doses according to a strict dosage schedule. You should work out this schedule with your personal doctor, at the beginning of your intake of Atenolol. Do not change this schedule without first consulting it with your physician.

Side Effects

Among Atenolol's most commonly encountered side effects are:
- Bradycardia;
- Bronchospasm;
- Cold extremities;
- Diarrhea, nausea, constipation, vomiting and so on;
- Disturbed sleep;
- Dizziness;
- Fatigue;
- Heart failure;
- Rash;


Patients who are using Atenolol ought to avoid the intake of these medical products:
- Anaesthetics;
- Anti-arrhythmic medicines;
- Clonidine;
- Diltiazem;
- Nifedipine;
- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs;
- Rifampicin;
- Verapamil;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Atenolol may also be known as:
- Ablok;
- Adenamin;
- Angipress;
- Anselol;
- Apo-Atenol;
- Arcablock;
- Ate Lich;
- Atebeta;
- Ateblocor;
- Atecard;
- Atel;
- Atenblock;
- Ateneo;
- Atenet;
- Atenobal;
- Atenobene;
- Atenoblock;
- Atenodan;
- Atenogamma;
- Atenolab;
- Atenolan;
- Atenopress;
- Atenor;
- Atenorm;
- Atenotop;
- Atenovit;
- Atenuol;
- Atepress;
- Azectol;
- Betacar;
- Betasyn;
- Biotenor;
- Cardioblock;
- Catenol;
- Corotenol;
- Corpaz;
- Ditenol;
- Docateno;
- Fabotenol;
- Felobits;
- Grifotenol;
- Ilaten;
- Labotensil;
- Myocord;
- Neotenol;
- Novo-Atenol;
- Nu-Atenol;
- Plenacor;
- Prenormine;
- Sifnolol;
- Telvodin;
- Tenoblock;
- Tenoprin;
- Tenormin;
- Tenormine;
- Tensig;
- Tensilol;
- Tozolden;
- Uniloc;
- Vericordin;

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