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... From what I have read, the blood pressure is high upon rising. Thereafter, the blood pressure is lowest during the morning hours, but continues to gradually rise during the afternoon. ... (4 replies)
... d and my own personal experience are consistent with beerzoids' comments. You might want to note, too, if you consume any foods or beverages which increase your blood pressure. ... (4 replies)
... How often do you measure your blood pressure? ... (2 replies)

... Back in 1998 my blood pressure would be lower in the morning, but would go to higher and more unhealthy, and erratic as the day progressed, and then soar during the evening and then into the morning. ... (1 replies)
... No matter how many blood pressure meds I took, or which ones, my blood pressure remained high. It was only after I went on a small meal, low calorie, frequent eating diet that my blood pressure started coming down to healthier levels. ... (24 replies)
... of patients taking Diovan experience transitional headaches. This info was not listed on the drug sheet he had just given me, he had to look it up in the computer. ... (22 replies)
... Normal, healthy blood pressure which gets lower during the late evening. ... (23 replies)
... your readings are never in the higher range when at home? ... (4 replies)
... Seems like your blood pressure is frequently at unhealthy levels. Do you agree? ... (4 replies)
... the blood pressure falling too low at night so that the pumping action of the heart might not be sufficient to sustain circulation. I read that bad things can happen when the diastolic pressure drops below 50. ... (51 replies)
... s about what to do next when my pressure shot up even after all the meds, changes in types and dosages of medications, and also the doc telling me not to take my blood pressure when i was so worried i would die immediately of a heart attack or stroke that all i wanted to do was check it over and over. ... (12 replies)
... Do you wake up mentally fogged? ... (1 replies)
... in the morning after i wake up and before i go to work. ... (1 replies)
... I have been researching similar issues. As you pointed out previously, medications affect us in different ways because no two people have identical physiology, geneological traits and a degree of health problems. ... (51 replies)
... Before I saw Machaon's reply, the first thing that came to my mind was also the possibility that it might be something you are eating or drinking in the evening. ... (10 replies)
... I've been sick for 4 days, with sore throat, cough, sinus pressure, stuffy nose, and a low grade fever. Went to the urgent care clinic on Saturday evening and the doc gave me amoxicillin 875 mg every 12 hours. My pulse has been anywhere between 104 and 120. ... (3 replies)
... sickest I've been in my adult like, and my heart rate shot into the 130s with my fever. I went to the ER. They gave me Motrin and attributed the tachycardia to the fever, and told me I just needed bed rest and fluids. Eventually the illness subsided, as did the tachycardia. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Machaon! There is caffeine in both coffee and tea. I have used seaweed with my rice. I would think most of the other grains would be comparable to your oatmeal and would allow for variety in the diet. ... (26 replies)
... ryone has a circadian rhythm. That means that, certain times of each day, your endocrine system pumps out additional hormones. For instance, at night, "normally" the pineal gland pumps out additional melatonin, assisting humans and animals to sleep. ... (17 replies)
... A blood pressure that rises during the night "could be" a symptom of either Insulin Resistance or Diabetes. ... (6 replies)

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