Does any one here know if xanax xan slow your heart rate down? I take verapamil and inderal for pvc's etc. and xanax for anxiety. Yesterday i noticed my heart rate had slowed down and was wondering if the xanax i took may have had something to do with it.
I agree with what Jerry_NJ said. It stands to reason, that since xanax is intended to reduce or relieve anxiety/panic symptoms during which our heart rate would likely be increased; then, I would assume that the heart rate would not be running as high once the xanax kicked in - due to a reduction in anxiety/panic.
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