Introduction to ADBETA 25MG TABLET

ADBETA 25MG TABLET helps control high blood pressure, prevent chest pain, and support recovery after a heart attack.

It works by calming things down in your blood vessels, slowing your heart rate, and improving blood flow, all while lowering pressure.

Whether it's for high blood pressure, chest pain, or post-heart attack care, take it around the same time every day. Start with a low dose, and your doctor may tweak it as your body gets used to it. It takes about 12 weeks to show its full power, so keep taking it regularly. Don't stop suddenly; talk to your doctor first to avoid heart-related issues.

Before making Atenolol part of your health routine, let your doctor know if you have any allergies or existing conditions like a slow heart rate, asthma, diabetes, or kidney issues. If you're expecting pregnancy or breastfeeding, keep your doctor in the loop. If surgery is on the horizon, your medical team needs to be aware of Atenolol's role.

It might cause a few side effects, but they usually go away Dizziness, tiredness, and a bit of nausea are possible. If you experience anything unusual, like shortness of breath or swelling, talk to your doctor.

In case of accidental overdose, contact poison control right away. Symptoms may include feeling tired, breathing issues, or an irregular heartbeat.

Forgot a dose? Take it when you remember, unless it's almost time for the next one, Don't double up; just stick to the plan.



Atenolol, a medication known as a cardioselective beta-blocker, works by targeting specific receptors in the heart. It blocks the effects of natural substances that usually stimulate the heart, resulting in a reduced heart rate and less strain on the heart. This medication is selective for the heart, minimizing its impact on other areas of the body. While it helps control blood pressure and heart function, it's essential to be aware that atenolol might have some effects on the airways, potentially causing increased tightening of the lungs.

How to take ADBETA 25MG TABLET

Follow your doctor's guidance for this medicine, taking it in the prescribed dose and duration.
You can take this medicine with or without food, but maintaining a consistent time daily is recommended for better results.
Swallow the drug whole; avoid chewing, crushing, or breaking it.

Special Precautions about ADBETA 25MG TABLET

Atenolol can cause bradycardia (slow heart rate). Patients with preexisting bradyarrhythmias or heart block should use Atenolol with caution, as it may further slow the heart rate and lead to symptomatic bradycardia.
Atenolol can mask certain symptoms of thyrotoxicosis (overactive thyroid), such as tachycardia. It should be used cautiously in individuals with hyperthyroidism, and thyroid function should be monitored regularly.


It Manages high blood pressure.
Prevents angina attacks effectively.
Supports heart function stability.
Widely used for hypertension control.


Slow heart rate
Cold extremities
Gastrointestinal disturbance

What if I Missed a Dose of ADBETA 25MG TABLET

If you miss a dose, take it when you remember. If your next dose is close, skip the missed one and stay on your regular schedule. Avoid taking two doses at once. Consult your doctor for guidance on managing missed doses effectively.

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Safety Advice For ADBETA 25MG TABLET

Check for risk indication explain below.

High risk Moderate risk Safe

Drug Interaction :

Use caution with rivastigmine and atenolol due to potential syncope and bradycardia, especially in cardiovascular conditions.
Atenolol with amiodarone, digoxin, or verapamil may cause heart issues.
Be cautious with antipsychotics; a case report shows bradycardia with risperidone and atenolol.
Avoid combining atenolol with amifostine due to a rapid blood pressure drop.
Taper atenolol before stopping clonidine to reduce the risk of rebound hypertension.
Consult your healthcare provider for more information.

Drug-Food Interaction

No identified drug interactions with Atenolol, ensuring safe usage. However, always consult healthcare professionals for personalized advice and guidance.
Consult healthcare professionals for guidance.

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Disease Explanation :


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Prescription Required

Packaging :

strip of 14 tablets

Manufacturer :

Zuventus Healthcare Ltd

Composition :

Atenolol (25mg)



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