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... One reading, either one year ago or now does not carry alot of meaning. If you have a concern about your blood pressure, measure it over a period of weeks, after resting in a chair for 10 minutes, feet flat on the ground, arm at heart level, with a relaible BP cuff. ... (5 replies)
... Blood Pressure starts low in the morning and naturally goes higher during the day. Your Diastolic, prior to meds, seemed healthy. ... (3 replies)
... ulin processing is an extremely important process, and when dysfunctional, as is the case with Insulin Resistance, can cause all kinds of maladies such as higher blood pressure. You can have Insulin Resistance with normal blood sugar readings. ... (10 replies)

... and the machine gave me a pulse of 200 bpm! ... (7 replies)
... Assuming the reading is correct, it is very unlikely due to stress because of the high diastolic pressure. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you for replying. Yes, my dad's blood pressure was normal for his age. In the last four years there have been some fluctuations but not real drastic like this past week. Today, normal in the morning. ... (5 replies)
... why this would be any different for the heart pump. Less pressure, less beats per minute both work to extend the pump lifetime. How about driving your car at 90 mph at 4000 rpm as long as no cops are around? ... (12 replies)
... ked it like 20 times a day. The more anxious I got the greater the panic attacks the greater the frequency. because I would take so many readings back to back my reading were all over the place and they were probably all wrong anyways. ... (25 replies)
... I can see where you are coming from. We do not want to be overmedicated for high blood pressure because having too low a blood pressure can be just as bad and harmful as having a high blood pressure over time. Do you have to be on Clonidine specifically because of another medical condition? ... (10 replies)
... I have a very resistant high blood pressure and for about five years I've been taking Valsartan 320 mg and Candesartan 16 mg, in a daily basis. ... (0 replies)
... I think that you are right. The doubling of a small risk is of uncertain importance to you or me. Is it worth the lost quality of life? For me its lost exercise tolerance and enjoyment, being more tired all the time. Im not sure if its worth it either. Perhaps we both just say the H*** with meds! Im not one to be anti-pharmeutical, because no one is forcing me to... (5 replies)
... studies have shown more than beneficial reductions in mortality. What I am discussing are mild, even moderate levels of blood pressure. I should have been more specific. ... (5 replies)
... in June of last year that someone got around to telling me I had a problem with BP. I must have been to a DOZEN doctor's visits and every time they would take my blood pressure...they never told me anything about it being high. ... (1 replies)
... As I keep up the healthy diet, and increase my physical exercise, my average monthly blood pressure continues to drop. It is actually getting a little too low. ... (17 replies)
... pulse 71, for the 90 plus readings I've taken since September 2007. ... (4 replies)
Really high BP?
Oct 12, 2006
... Anyone here have really high blood pressure? ... (8 replies)
... He sent me to a specialist in high blood pressure. He finally confirmed that quitting smoking is what triggerred the blood pressure problems. ... (2 replies)
... I stopped taking Vasotec about two months ago on my own and my blood pressure has been wonderful. So my doctor put me on diazide and took me off vasotec. The pressure is still normal on the left arm. When I take the pressure on the right arm it is always higher. i. ... (2 replies)

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