Any of you guys ever suffer from a pulse that feels like it’s pounding out of your chest or having a heart rate as if you just ran a marathon?
Propranolol is a prescription drug that I use when needed for incidents that cause elevated heart rate tachycardia or arrhythmia.
I’m specifically sensitive to elevated levels of glucose that cause adrenaline release leading to bounding pulses with normal heart rate or unexplained tachycardia 110 beats per minute or greater.
Many of the pharmacological effects of most of these substances spoken about in these forums can lead to issues with heart rhythm. Propranolol is an excellent drug to mitigate these issues safely! One such drug that comes to mind is clenbuterol. Or a lot of these pre-workout supplements that contain caffeine or fat burners.
Propranolol has many uses . People have also taking Propranolol recreationally because it actually helps to calm you down if you’re suffering from anxiety .
Propranolol has been used by people for years when they suffer from anxiety or stage fright. Doctors have been known to use it to steady their hands during surgery or for people who suffer from Tremors. It actually calms the the heart down and increases the survivability dangerous cardiac events.
It also has the ability to lower blood pressure. It’s what’s known as a beta blocker and has shown to actually increase cardiac performance in the gym.
Studies also show it’s very synergistic with a lot of performance enhancing drugs used and these forums. Propranolol can actually increase the effectiveness of HCG and testosterone. It also enhances the production of growth hormone. However long term use can actually cause negative effects 2 testosterone, HGH, HCG. That’s why it’s good to use only when needed.
For me all it takes is 20 mg but dosages can be as high as 120 mg for other reasons. However 20 mg is enough to take a situation where I’m suffering from a bounding heart rate in the middle of the night unable to sleep, and decreases my heart rate to a comfortable level within 30 minutes of taking this medication.
So for those of you that may on occasion suffer from issues related to tachycardia arrhythmia this is something that perhaps you should talk to your doctor about having a prescription during times that you experienced these types of symptoms. Let me know what your thoughts are out there or if any of you out there currently take Propranolol would love to hear your experience with this drug!