Clonidine is commonly used alongside other anti-hypertensive medications to treat elevated blood pressure (high blood pressure).
Hypertension is known to contribute to a number of diseases including stroke, heart disease, and kidney disease. Hypertension also causes many of the conditions that cause fatigue. If left untreated, hypertension can eventually lead to a heart attack.
Clonidine has been proven to reduce blood pressure by inhibiting the production of adrenaline. When adrenaline is produced, it increases the heart rate, increasing the exertion level and decreasing the work load of the heart. The result can be an increased risk of heart attack.
Blood vessels are clogged by fluid that accumulates in the arteries. If the arteries are narrowed and there is not enough room for blood to flow freely, then the artery walls can become damaged. This can cause stroke, heart attack, kidney disease, and heart failure.
There are no known clonidine side effects at this time. Some studies suggest that Clonidine may cause an increase in appetite, which is thought to be related to weight gain. However, this effect has not been scientifically proven.
There have been a few reports of side effects related to Clonidine. The most common side effect is diarrhea, which occurs after some people begin taking clonidine for hypertension. This is likely because some people are allergic to the synthetic version of Clonidine.
Other reports of side effects associated with clonidine include an increase in the chance of having a heart attack, an increase in the risk of a stroke, an increase in the risk of high blood sugar levels, an increase in the risk of low blood sugar levels, and an increase in the chance of experiencing an allergic reaction to the medication. If these effects occur, they should be reported to your doctor immediately. They should not be allowed to continue indefinitely as they can lead to other serious problems.
Clonidine has been shown to significantly reduce blood pressure in patients with high blood pressure. This effect is considered the “good” side effect of using the drug.
When used safely, Clonidine can have positive effects on the body and on the individual.
However, if you experience any of the following side effects, stop taking the medication immediately. If you experience any of these side effects, contact your doctor immediately and talk with your doctor about taking a different type of medication. Clonidine side effects will not only affect your body, but they may affect your ability to take other medications. If the side effects last for more than a week, you should discuss them with your doctor as soon as possible.
Your heart rate can increase, especially if you already have high blood pressure. A more serious side effect could be a heart attack or a stroke. These side effects can be life threatening and should be reported immediately to your doctor.
A possible side effect of Clonidine is nausea. This can happen if you take a higher dosage or if you miss a dose. It’s very important to keep up with your treatment and to make sure that you don’t miss a dose.
Liver failure can occur from taking too much Clonidine. If you’re taking the drug, you may find yourself feeling fatigued and having vomiting, nausea, sweating, and chills. or weakness.
A possible side effect of this drug is a heart attack. This can occur even if you do not have high blood pressure. You should report any symptoms to your doctor immediately.
A possible side effect of this drug is kidney damage. This is the most severe side effect. Your kidneys may be affected if you take too much Clonidine. If you’re taking the medication, you may feel weakness, dizziness, muscle pain, nausea, vomiting, jaundice, and loss of appetite.