Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Beta blockers and alcohol

Alcohol can affect blood levels of beta blockers. If you drink alcohol in the evening and need a beta blocker, it's a good idea to take a once-daily beta blocker in the morning to avoid this effect.

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