Next time you see your doctor let him measure your blood pressure and pulse rate, Inderal lowers these. But if you have no symptoms of low blood pressure then probably everything is ok. You could also buy a home BP measure kit. And again: Nothing speaks against long term Propranolol use for physically healthy persons.
O.K., i am consulting my doctor at least once a year, so i am sure my blood pressure is allright. Thanks for your answer, i appreciate that so much!
Another question, hope it doesnt shock you. I take Lorezepam since also 1987, first infrequently at small doses of 1mg and later of 2.5 - 5 mg. Now i am at 5 a day but: i sometimes just get off the drug from one day to another. This is hard, but i can handle it. But: I frequently have depressions, and tried soooo many medications that didnt work. At least, i got one that works. It's a combination of 12.5 Amitryptilin and 5 Chlordiazepoxid. It works well against my depressions, and after about 2 - 3 months, i can stop taking it. (First 3 then 2 then 1). But. After that i really need to get back to the Lorazepam quite soon. I am sure, that Lorazepam can suppress the outbreak of my depressions. But when it's coming back, i stop taking Lorazepam and take the other one until it's gone. So, my problem no is: After a depression is gone, i always try to live WITHOUT Lorazepam a certain while. But it doesn't work. I will not getting depressive but when there's to much "load", i am getting asthma. When i start getting back on Lorazepam, it stops. So i know, i am addicted to Benzodiazepines, but my question is: Would it be better, to take Lorazepam right after the other medication and stay on it instead of getting an asthma-attack and taking it afterwards. It's just stupid for me. I know, you may say, try another psychopharm for the treatment of your depression, but i tried so so so so many, and i have one now that works, that i don't want do change it. So is it harmful for my body to take benzodiazepines like Lorazepam everyday or not? I really appreciate your answer.