posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 10:17 PM
reply to post by Nathwa
Trade Name Inderal indeed may be effective in the case of controlling Autistic behavior; However it most certainly is not a cure. It should be
considered a somewhat serious drug to take considering the effects it has on the heart of lowering the pulse rate and BP. It has been used in cases
of anxiety attacks and is proven to work well for panic attacks. But it does have a profound effect on the heart rate and is most often ordered for
heart patients who are in need of lowering the resting pulse rate.
Drug companies have made many good drugs over the years, and this is indeed one that does what it is supposed to do.
Drug companies have also made some drugs that do nothing and sell very very big. With serious side effects. Some of them over the counter!. The
FDA approved every one of them.
A few years back I did a rather detailed research on autism. Through all my years of working in the health care field it was the one disease that
had me baffled. If Inderal will help the autistic then if they have no objections by all means, give them Inderal: Provided of course they heart rate
is closely monitored
. Without intervention of some kind, autism will generally not go away on it's own.