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... The Adrenals also help our bodies to deal with allergic reactions, such as Asthma and Sinus problems. So..... ... (8 replies)
... es, so he increased my dosage to twice a day to help with the symptoms. I felt better within an hour of increasing the dose, but that didn't last. I checked my blood pressure with a home machine because of the increase in beta blocker and found my blood pressure was elevated off and on throughout the day. ... (23 replies)
... or nervious system, whether temporary or not, you may discover that things that never bothered you before, will now cause problems with heart rate, heart rhythm, blood pressure, etc. ... (3 replies)

... Nose Bleeds can have a huge range of causes... high blood pressure, sinus infection, dry air (too low humidity), blowing your nose too hard... The only way to find the cause of your nose bleeds is to check it out with your Doctor... remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Are they mild or severe? Do they stop easily or does it take a long time? Is it... (5 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I feel my elevated bp is due to this aweful sinus infection. ... (6 replies)
... Yup..I had a terrible sinus infection about 4 years ago and had to go to the ER, and my BP was 150/100 and when I went to my own dr. 3 weeks later it was 125/75, which was normal for me. I asked him why, and he said it could have been just having to go to the ER, or alot of times if you are in pain it will shoot up. As long as it doesn't stay up then no big deal, but if... (6 replies)
... for treating sinus infections. At least half of those who try it get little relief from their sinus infection problems. ... (119 replies)
... lasting sinus infection. So..... ... (21 replies)
... i dont have sinus infection but i have in the past pollen is high today due to weather could my blood pressure go up its at 180/114 is that high (3 replies)
... I had frequent sinus infections for decades. I also had allergies. I also had chronically high blood pressure. I learned that, almost every time I had an allergic reaction which caused my sinuses to badly swell, I subsequently also got a sinus infection. ... (2 replies)
... I was hoping someone would know the answer for me. I have been having problems with my Sinuses all summer,much worse now, but my question is if anyone knows if a sinus infection can make Blood Pressure to go up rather high. ... (3 replies)
... an this, I am a very healthy young person. Not obese or anything, and get out pleanty and the only other reason I'm ever at the doctor is due to something like a sinus infection or etc. ... (8 replies)
... symptoms can be caused by enumerable health issues, some serious others not. Your doctor's initial tests are the usual and would reveal the more obvious issues. Blood pressure is responsive to pain, infection, inflammation and emotional stress as well as all the other more noteable things. ... (3 replies)
... So a week before Christmas I went to my doctor for a suspected sinus infection. ... (5 replies)
... Actually, back in 2003, I wasn't posting what I had done to improve my Heart Failure or High Blood Pressure. ... (73 replies)
... range. So this was a very high spike. ... (26 replies)
... Since being of that awful drug I have lost about 8pounds in weight, I have high energy levels, the red marks on the inside of my thighs look like they are starting to go and I most importantly I feel HAPPY again. ... (18 replies)
... I do also get blood in my snot all the time!!my friend is a LPN and she said i may have a Deviated Septum which is in the nose congestion causing head pressure!! ... (4 replies)
... chest infection thing. I'm worried that it has affected my heart in some way. ... (3 replies)
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Dec 8, 2004
... In many cases, a temporarily slow heartbeat is not medically significant by itself. For instance, sinus bradycardia is a normal response to deep relaxation or being in excellent physical shape. ... (8 replies)

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