Side Effects From Beta Blockers - What Are Side Effects From Beta Blockers?
Beta blockers, beta-adrenergic
blocking agents, work by blocking
Their use in treating both
common and serious conditions
is on the rise.
However, because of serious
side effects resulting from their use,
they are not often regarded as a first
choice in treatment.
The intended effects of this medicine
are to lower the heart rate, dilate blood
vessels and, in some cases, constrict
For this reason, they are used
in the treatment of arrhythmia,
high blood pressure, heart failure,
angina, tremor, migraines and
As with any drug, side effects
can be a problem.
In some cases, beta blockers side
effects include diarrhea, stomach
cramps, nausea, and vomiting.
They have also been linked to rashes,
blurred vision, muscle cramps, fatigue
and sexual dysfunction.
In other cases, they have been shown
to cause headaches and dizziness.
That adds up to quite a few
For some people, there is a concern
about beta blockers side effects as
a contributor to psychological problems
such as depression, confusion,
nightmares and hallucinations.
Because of those beta blockers side
effects, it is obvious that women
anticipating pregnancy, who are currently
pregnant or are currently breastfeeding
should not take them.
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Corey Kronengold, Sr. Director of Corporate Communications at Tremor Media, discusses what PR people are doing wrong when it comes to using video online. Recorded at PRSA’s T3PR Conference.
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New York based Tremor Media, an online video advertising network and technology platform, has raised $18 million in additional venture funding, the company announced today.
In June I interviewed Jason Glickman, CEO. I've republished the interview today.
Here's the take on the news by Liz Gannes at NewTeeVee.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
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Asterpix Hypervideo Enables Clickable Hotspots; ExpoTV Partners With Tremor Media To Use Videopinions For Ad Campaigns; Ford Challenge Invites Drivers To Swap Cars; BrightSpot And Lance Armstrong Foundation Let Viewers Watch Ads To Fight Cancer.
The vast majority of online video viewers are watching pre-roll and overlay ads, a study released today by Break Media and Panache shows. Completion rates for 15-second pre-roll ads were 87 percent, and 77 percent viewed campaigns with overlay ads for at least 15 seconds.
Break Media used Break****'s monthly audience of 17 million 18-34-year old men as guinea pigs for the 11-week study, and advertisers Honda, T-Mobile, and truTV ran the test campaigns. The three advertisers chosen represent a cross-section of the different brands on the web, hopefully making the study results relevant to an even broader array of advertisers, Break Media CEO Keith Richman says.
Panache, a video advertising delivery platform, placed the ads and supplied the technology to measure engagement.
The study tested the success of the four standard formats for in-stream video advertising established by the Interactive Advertising Bureau in May: pre-roll, interactive pre-roll, non-overlay ads and overlay ads.
The study demonstrated that all of the ads are effective and have different value for the advertisers, Panache president Steve Robinson says.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
Update: Tremor Media announced today that 80 percent of its viewers are completing 15 and 30 second pre-roll ads. Michael Learmonth at SAI just published a post analyzing the numbers from both studies.
Will online video companies like ManiaTV, Next New Networks, Kiptronic and Tremor Media turn a profit in 2009, as they have said they expect to?
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