Hi,welcome to healthcare magic, I am sorry that you feel unwell
) is a calcium channel blocker
,it relaxes the blood vessels and in this way reduces the blood pressure.It is usually well tolerated but 4.5 % of persons taking it can experience fatigue and 1.4% can experience somnolence (drowsiness or strong desire to sleep).
Atenolol is a beta blocker
and works by decreasing the heart rate
. It is used in hypertension
, angina and heart failure
. 3-6% can experience fatigue and about 1% drowsiness, very rarely it is associated with depression.
There are other possible causes of the symptoms: anemia / low red cell mass can cause fatigue
Your BMI is 33 , which would put it in the obese category, in some persons excess weight can be associated with decreased energy levels. This leads to a cycle decreased energy leading to decreased physical activity leading to increased weight........
You should speak to your doctor about your medication, do not consider discontinuing them without consultation first. Your doctor may also consider reviewing your history to determine what is the exact cause of your symptoms. Blood tests may be necessary.
I hope this information is helpful to you and hope you feel better soon