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Heart rate affecting drugs are numerous. Increased or decreased heart rate is a side effect of many drugs and this can be associated with reports of anxiety. Therefore all assessment of the condition should include an evaluation of drug intake and particularly caffeine consumption.

Drugs in the following categories can affect heart rate:

Particular drugs known to affect heart rate include:


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