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... Back in 1998 I started taking frequent blood pressure readings at home. ... (3 replies)
... Well..... a Cardiologist is just another guy, just like me, who, instead, decided to work on bodies rather than cars, computers or stocks, etc. ... (21 replies)
... The effect of a small, balanced meal on my blood pressure is amazing. It wasn't that way when I first started the Insulin Resistant diet, but soon after I was surprised at the positive effect, and the fact that the blood pressure stayed down. It wasn't just a short term effect. ... (20 replies)

... Not exactly related to high blood pressure, except the pressure back then to get one little report produced, within a week, was enormous. I'm glad that I did not know my blood pressure back then! Today, a report can be produced in minutes! ... (7 replies)
... Time! High Blood Pressure is caused, in most cases by Metabolic Imbalance, or Metabolic Dysfunction. ... (21 replies)
... I averaged about two daily bp readings for October, but then in November, I was back up to seven readings per day because I tried some lifestyle changes, followed by having some environmental changes and also made some more changes to my diet. ... (30 replies)
... and all recent blood tests are normal. In the last year or so I have been suffering from vertigo and insomnia but that is another story. I don't drink these days but I am trying to stop smoking and making an effort to cut down on my coffee drinking. ... (10 replies)
... tive feedback. I am glad that you can use some of my anecdotal posts. I worked in Information Technology since 1962, which really helped me when I was faced with another type of info systems problems, like heart failure and chronic high blood pressure. ... (7 replies)
... so I know it can be done. Here is a little of my history so those of you that suffer as I have will have at least one more insight to it. ... (25 replies)
... I agree with you in that it is not a good idea to start taking a new drug when one plans on being away for a while. ... (20 replies)
... I don't think anyone can disagree with that. Our blood pressure reflects the state of our health. It is up to us to take action and work very hard to bring the blood pressure to normal levels. That is the only way to avoid adverse events and organ damage associated with having high blood pressure. ... (8 replies)
... the anxiety which caused your bp to rise, or did the caffeine cause a chemical reaction in your body, which caused your anxiety AND your bp to rise. Most of the blood pressure meds on the market today try to lower blood pressure by blocking chemical reactions. ... (17 replies)
... My 26,000 bp readings are seldom less than 30 minutes apart. If I am having a difficult time bringing the numbers down, I'll take another reading 15 minutes after the first one. I have found that if I take readings too close together, I get screwy readings like you. ... (8 replies)
... dication. I had to have my dosage decreased from 10mg to 5mg because of intolerable side effects. This dose adjustment resulted in milder side effects but also a blood pressure increase. Another medication had to be added to make up for the difference. After a while, my blood pressure readings started being high again. ... (8 replies)
... My blood pressure was totally out of control when diagnosed. ... (7 replies)
... mart afterwards to try it on another machine. Again, first result was high. ... (1 replies)
... I alternate between my left and right arms. For one bp reading I'll use the left arm, and for the next reading, perhaps an hour or two later, I'll use the right arm, and so on. ... (8 replies)
... No, you are not boring me at all with your account of your high blood pressure and how you deal with it. In fact that is the kind of feedbacks I find most useful and also encouraging to myself. ... (12 replies)
... Doctors really have little knowledge of how to bring their patient's blood pressure down, especially if the patient doesn't react well to the meds that they prescribe. Doctors can only go by what the sales literature says. ... (17 replies)
... How variable is your BP from one reading to the next? ... (5 replies)


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