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 why is my blood pressure so high?
hi ya Iam 22 years old and i don't drink and smoke. My blood pressure has gone really high to 180/90 and it was scary i took it with a machine. I checked it regularly from 5 days and it was ...


 19 yr old heart attack?
i am a 19 yr old male with overweight stomach, but in shape everywhere else. i'm having some pain in my bicep area only. should i proceed to the hospital to have it checked out?...


 Is it true that you have maximum 10 years to live after open-heart surgery?

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my mom was told she had 3 years to live by her doctor : (...


 How is caffeine good for the heart and brain?
I need ...


 can a 16 year old girl have a heart attack?
i am experiencing pain between my shoulder blades that seems to be coming out of nowhere.
maybe the last hour or so.
so i came home from school bcuz im not feeling well.
i had a cough ...


 I have to take a treadmill test whilst wired to an ECG on Tuesday?
Do I have to stop taking my beta blockers and if so how long before the test? Thank you in advance all you medical people....


 heart attack?
hi 2 nights ago my boyfriend aged 25 woke up cpmplaining of tension in the abdominal area which was traveling to the heart. this only lasted a few minutes but his heart rate very irregular and he had ...


 i was born with a slight murmur on my heart?
I was just wondering what is this? Does it is amatter that i have a problem with my thryoid gland as well. Would someone mind explaining what a slight murmur is and is it safe or ...


 What is the best first aid/cure for a broken heart?
My heart is bleeding right now. Somebody help me....


 Margarine or butter?

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I like butter myself. I never fry it either....


 Anxiety attacks can they be cured?
Can anxiety attacks be completely cured? For a month now Ive been told I am having anxiety attacks, I can handle the symptoms but obviously i want them to go away, the one symptom I cant handle is ...


 blood pressure reading of 115/70 is this normal or to low? I had just ate like 30 min earlier.?
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 Does angina mean I'm having a heart attack?
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 Is poor circulation associated with heart disease.?
Thank you for your answers
Have a great ...


 What actions should one take after surviving a heart attack?
My mother recently survived a heart attack and had some sort of operation in Taiwan, I'm sketchy of the details but I know she felt it coming on and got to a hospital. She asked me what she ...


 What should the figures read on a blood pressure machine for one to be normal? What is the normal heart rate?
Is 76 too low for the heart and if so what happens then?
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Matador.You have taken the bull by the horns! Thank you for being so thorough....


 In desperate need of help....?
Explain how you cannot catch heart disease:
My science teacher gave me homework to explain how you cannot catch heart disease. I researched and cannot find anything on it and my homework is due ...


 Should i go to the hospital?
i just had my arm bitten off by a shark on my fishing vessel and im not losing that much blood or blacking out so WHAT DO I DO?
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ok im not blacking out or anything and ...


 broken heart = literal heart hurting?
I didn't know it would literally hurt? I thought it was just a figure of speech..

Q: Why does my heart/chest hurt?...


 21 yr/o female. having heart palpatations. chest pain. tightness.?
i can feel my heart hammering in my chest, along with pain in my chest and throat when i breathe. it started with symptoms of tight chest, like someone was sat on it! but now i get these plapatations ...



Boudicca
High blood pressure have you found a more effective way of controlling it than by using prescription drugs?
                      








Beyond brainwashing
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Avoid saturated fats, eat healthy, drink lots of bottled water, avoid adding salt there is already too much in our foods, eat lots of garlic, take plenty of fresh air and exercise. Prescription drugs are dangerous with many side affects and the body is not designed for SYNTHETIC CHEMICALS. For r natural remedies in reducing blood pressure go to www.doctorsaredangerous.com


likesfemalefeet
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Yes. Taking garlic capsules bought at a drug store or health food store. Also taking niacin..the 'non flush' kind.


Anchor Cranker
Fully Body Massage does it for me, the wife reckons it works so well on me that even the tone of my voice changes after I've been for one.


cooker_upper1
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Yes, Marijuana will lower your blood pressure within 1 minute and keep it there with regular use. If you live in a state where you can get a prescription for this, great. If not- it's up to you. This is an herb, grown in dirt, not processed at all, has no side effects, does not cause long term bodily damage and is 100% natural. This herb has been used for centuries, all over the world, to keep people healthy. Until 1935, more than 50% of the world's medicine was derived from this plant. The drug companies have decided that they can get no profit from it, so the U.S. has decided that it should be illegal. Need I say more?


Hayley
My Mum
stopped smoking and changed her eating habits to a low fat,low salt diet and cut her alcohol consumption right down,she lost weight because she was eating healthier and went for long walks as she wasn't doing any exercise- her BP dropped over time and now does not have to take any pills


Stephen L
I left my wife.


Froget it Bexy!
Best try to change your environment and failing that meditate it away?
Diet and gentle exercise is the first steps they say.


Angela E
More exercise may help. Try at least five fruit and veg a day - up to 8 or 9 portions if you can manage it. Avoid processed foods as most have far too much salt. Try to avoid stress if you can. If these don't bring your HBP down far enough, don't be afraid of taking medication.


Sal*UK
Not currently - I tried exercise, a lot more care with my diet etc etc, but actually my current stress levels are soooo high that I have had to resort to medication. Am two weeks into it now and feeling dreadful honestly.


Nettie
Sal UK..... perhaps your medication is not suited to you have you spoken to you doctor about this.

You must be feeling poorly as I've never seen you reply in such away before. I hope you feel better very soon.
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Seven O'clock

Perhaps a combination of alternative treatments and prescription drugs is the answer such as gentle exercise.


Desert_Hawk
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Walking, eating, weight control.


One
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I have tried eft tapping and to five people that I have tapped, I'm 100% successful. Blood pressure became normal in just a few minutes.
Go to you tube and type eft or tapping.com
its demonstrated there


onlymatch4u
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Drugs are harmful to the body and can damage organs. You are right to seek other alternatives. It is absolutely not true that salt causes high blood pressure. There is NO scientific study that shows this. Having said that, the typical Morton type salt you buy is loaded with chemicals (like Aluminum) and is heated to 1,100 degrees when making it. All the electrolytes are removed, leaving this white, blanched, chemicalized, granulate that they call salt. Go to the health food store and buy some "air dried sea salt" that contains electrolytes and for every quart of water you drink, eat 1/4 teaspoon of this salt. Salt is where your body gets the Chloride ion to make stomach acid. These low salt diets promote all kinds of problems with the body, from acid indigestion to adrenal problems. Don't listen to the people promoting low salt. It's ridiculous advice.

And as well, don't listen to the advice to eat low fat, that is equally as ridiculous. Fat is where the body derives it's sustained energy. Your heart runs on saturated fat and your brain needs fat to make the myelin and every cell in your body has membranes that are made up of fat. Low fat diets cause gallbladder problems and people develop all kinds of cravings. We were designed to eat fat. The "lipid hypothesis" that was promoted by the egotist, Ancel Keys in the 50's and 60's has been debunked long ago by nutritionists that understand how the body works. It's further a myth that fat is where cholesterol comes from. Cholesterol is a lipo protein (bile salt).

If you are taking any of those junk statin drugs, you will find that your arteries will be thin and make you susceptible to strokes and that is why doctors are so concerned now about blood pressure. Also, the statin drugs deplete your body of CoQ-10 that is necessary for good heart function.

High blood pressure is now linked to infection that does not show up on typical lab blood tests (often viral), also a deficiency in minerals due to low stomach acid production, toxic liver (can be from taking drugs like the statins), weak kidneys, and heavy metal toxicity (especially from the teeth where amalgam fillings, crowns with amalgam undercoatings are put on, and root canals that are loaded with toxic heavy metals.

There are several dietary things you can do for high blood pressure that will definitely help. Limit your animal proteins to once per day, at lunch preferrably, and eat lots of plant based proteins such as beans, mushrooms, nuts, and grains that have been soaked over night to remove the phytic acid. Avoid ALL pasteurized dairy products and do drink raw milk and raw dairy that has been aged over 90 days. Avoid ALL soft drinks and ALL processed foods, especially anything with MSG (natural flavorings is a sneaky way of labeling this). Drink lots of water and don't forget the air dried sea salt. Eat more cultured foods and make keifer from raw milk, it is very good for you. And get lots of sunshine and exercise each day.

good luck


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