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  • Grand Poobah

Say if you get a high heart rate from ritz 


can you take a b3ta blocker? To slow the heart rate .. 


anyone have experience 

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@Ayyy7393 Nooo, bad idea, don't mix upp3rs with b3ta block3ers, it can get worst instead of better

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I disagree but you must be careful with beta blockers in general. I took Adderall and then Dexidrene for 12 yrs for ADD/ADHD and the doctor once told me that if my blood pressure remained as high as it was, he would have to put me on blood pressure medication (metropolol}. Taking beta blockers while on stimulants will lower your blood pressure and pulse  but it may feel like your heart is beating out of your chest {it did for me.} I would start out with small doses of beta blockers when on stimulants and see what reaction you have. Even better would be to bring it up with your doctor. I was afraid at the time that my doctor would cut me off my ADD medication because of my blood pressure but it turned out to not be the case. In fact, doctors can and will prescribe both. One is for focus and the other is for blood pressure.

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What i mean by beta blockers with stimulant slowed my pulse and lowered my blood pressure but still felt to me like my heart was beating faster... well I cant explain... but i have a home blood pressure kit that measure blood pressure and pulse and my pulse is lower when on the beta blockers. It feels like my heart is beating faster but my damn pulse rate is in fact slower. I can't explain but that's how it was for me. So be careful but I strongly believe you can mix betas with stimulants. Another one that works is Lisinopril. Lisinopril widens your blood vessels, making it easier on your heart to pump blood.

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Yes, I used to do this all throughout my phd studies. I'd take metoprolol with the ritz. However, you have to be very careful dosing metoprolol. It will make you retarded and you lose a lot of the cognitive gains from the ritz as soon as you pass some threshold. 

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