Quick question before worry.

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during weaning is it normal to have flu like feeling and a very relaxed but aching heart feeling

have tight chest and feel yuk with some dizzyness

also when the palpations after wards is it normal to be tried

i am, as you can see a bit anixious since i put bisoprolol in my system

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    I can't give medical advice but I'm on them too and anxious in the mornings.....

    Try and stay calm, focus on something you like doing or thinking about. Breathe calmly, tell yourself you'll be fine and get through it that's what I've done.

    If you get panicky and worked up it dies get worse for some reason.

    I'm half expecting years to come they will ban this awful drug. It's easy to go on it but coming off as you know is a different matter.

    We are always here to chat in this group. I've found so many people help because the doctors just don't seem bothered it can be frustrating.

    Don't beat yourself up and try not to focus on your heart rate, easy to say I know as I take mine regularly.

    Try knitting or drawing to sway your mind or even get a really nice magazine even to look at the pictures.

    I hope you'll be good xx

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      thanks hun its a comfort to know were not alone

      i took my half a dose of 1.25 this morning the dose doc will tell us does absolutly nothing for us, yeah right lol Thsts why i have usual short breath and werid hard heart feeling

      its so gard not to think of it because of the organ it is but im alpt better than i was last week im not as scared to start cutting doses or scared of symtoms

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      spent first thing wondering why my heart wasnt racing absolutly nuts when a person is sitting up wondering why there cant feel heart racing lol

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    why are you anxious about taking bisoprolol? The side effects are normally just cold hands and feet, which is nothing to worry about. If you need a beta blocker, don't stop them. Not even by bringing them down slowly. Talk to your GP about any side effects and maybe try a different one.

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