Beta-adrenergic blocking agents, or beta blockers, is a class of drugs that blocks the action of some parts of the involuntary nervous system of the human body. The sympathetic nervous system is a major component of the involuntary nervous system, and it controls the rate at which the heart beats. Beta-blockers can block the actions of these nerves and thus, lower the heart rate of a person. Beta-blockers also contribute towards reducing the oxygen demand by the heart muscles. Falling in this category of beta-blockers, propranolol lowers the heart rate and offers the many advantages that this brings.
When an individual suffers from seizures that are considered to be partial, mixed, or tonic-clonic, they are typically issued the medication known as Tegretol. This, too, is considered to be an anticonvulsant medication. The nerve impulses in the body that result in seizures and certain types of pain are drastically decreased when taking this type of medication.
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