... eneral health issues... Since I posted yesterday, I got a call late yesterday afternoon from my GP saying that my Pottassium levels were showing as high, from my blood tests, and have had to go back today for a further blood test, just waiting now, to hear the results.. ... (6 replies)
... are blood pressure readings, and those readings are in the normal range. Do you have a way reading your heart rate at home? ... (3 replies)
... I took my blood pressure around 31000 times from 1998 thru 2010. I stopped frequently taking my blood pressure after I was able to maintain healthy blood pressure 24 hours around the clock, morning, noon and night. ... (1 replies)
... have messed up your immune system, giving you some sort of autoimmune disorder, similar to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Allergies, etc. This could cause your body, blood pressure, cognitive functions, etc. ... (7 replies)
... years, I've accumulated over 25,000 blood pressure readings in my database. ... (3 replies)
... Fluctuating Blood pressure. ... (5 replies)
... seemed to be my 'normal'. Last week I had a bad asthma attack that needed hospital treatment. They put me on a bunch of meds, and they've royally messed with my blood pressure and heart rate. ... (3 replies)
... et a bit which should have helped as well. There's absolutely no doubt in my mind that D3 plays a role in overall body and vascular inflammation, and therefore blood pressure maintenance. There's plenty of literature out there to support this. If it affects vasculature inflammation, blood pressure is directly related. ... (9 replies)
... From 1999 thru 2004 my blood pressure was too high and very unhealthy. My health and heart failure was getting progressively worse. So....... ... (2 replies)
... i have been taking high blood pressure medics and suddenly 2 weeks ago i have started to have period of low blood pressure. What should i drink or eat to raise it immediately? ... (4 replies)
... Take a reading morning, afternoon and evening at home for several days and see if it's always high. Relax for 5 minutes before a reading. What is your lowest home reading? ... (4 replies)
... urate as possible. So here's what I do now. I use just the Omron and take morning, afternoon, and evening readings. Then compare readings over time and compare morning to morning readings, afternoon to afternoon readings, evening to evening readings over time. Do not compare afternoon to evening, etc. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your post and research, Machaon!
I was wondering....could you please share with us the specifics of your low cal / low carb / high frequency eating diet?
Thanks! (16 replies)
... Same thing happened to me. I had a reading on a friends BP cuff and it was even higher then yours. This is very bad. However, just one reading is not enough to know what's going on. Take several readings over the next few days, morning, afternoon, evening, and see your average range (for each time of day, compare morning to morning, afternoon to afternoon, evening to... (10 replies)
... I am taking two blood pressure medications, clonidine and diovan. I take clonidine twice a day, morning and night, and diovan at night. ... (2 replies)
... Moved my post from another thread to this thread. Hoping someone can help.
Is this thread still "open" for a question?
I am 75 year old male and happened to take blood pressure past few nights (around 7 PM) and notice it was quite high (around 150/98).
Early in the morning (8 AM - 109/76) it is normal and during daytime it is normal. And then it goes quite high in the... (13 replies)
... The "normal" person's blood pressure is low during the morning hours and then gradually rises during the afternoon and evening. The blood pressure also varies considerably during the day due to many MANY things. ... (5 replies)
... I always believed what the doctors told us, that the blood pressure in the morning, upon waking, was always higher. ... (10 replies)
... cystic ovaries so went on the pill which sorted it out but as you probably will all know you have to have your blood pressure taken before each repeat. ... (19 replies)
... I've been able to keep my blood pressure down at healthy levels 24 hours around the clock, all the time..... in the morning right after I get up .... during the afternoon .... at night .... during the late hours of night, all through a very healthy, low calorie, small meal diet and significant exercise and avoiding irritants. ... (4 replies)