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 What could be the cause of constant low blood pressure?
I have a machine to take my blood pressure and it's usually 80 or 90-something over 60something. Like I just took it now and it was 87/68. Why is it like this? Should I see my doctor or is this ...

 I have a normal blood pressure and a high pulse?
I am 14 and my pulse is over 100 but my blood pressure is normal. Is this bad for my health? How is this bad for my health? And do I have chances of getting any health risks like cardiac attack? Just ...

 potassium help please?
i am studying potassium and i got asked to find the production of potassium or somethink can any1 tell me what it is ...

 CPK level of 889 and what to do?
my father had a recent test saying his CPK level was 889, what exactly does this mean? and how can it be lowered,
what are the normal ranges
what to do now

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 If a guy that was about to die in the electric chair had a heart attack should they save him?

 what is Diliazem (inwood)?

 When should I go to the hospital for high blood pressure?
My bp today is 150/90 and it's been high during the day, but once I get home from work I can get it lowered to around 127/80 to 121/77 by the time I go to bed. Yesterday I woke up with high ...

 pulse rate of 95 beats/minute when doing nothing just sitting. Is it normal?
well like i said i havn't done any sort of physical activity in the whole day and i am sitting in my seat and check my pulse it's average between 93 and 96 beats/minute. I checked it thrice ...

 Heart went wild for 3 seconds?
Today my heart randomly jumped up to approx. 5 beats a second for about 3 seconds. What could the cause of this?

I'm not particularly fit bit I'm not overweight either. I don'...

 how much does an heart doctor [cardiac surgeon] make a year?
i waneted to bean architect but they get paid low but i like heart surgeons too alot!! umm how much do they get paid and average doctor if its under then 150,000 then please tell me a other type of ...

if you remove someones penial gland do they have side effects?
such as them going crazy or anything.
penial gland releases melatonin so you can sleep

 Is it possible that my heart is damaged?
I am a 20 year old man and sometimes i have these sharp pains in my chest and it hurts really bad when i breathe sometimes. Sometimes i get pain in my jaw and head. I used to throw up my food alot in ...

 Are saunas dangerous for the heart?
My husband has severe dilated cardiomyopathy (highest category on the wait list for heart transplant). We have a sauna and he loves taking long and hot saunas, does it almost every day, he can go in ...

 My heart feels cold. This is weird. Help?
I'm only 14. I can't really breathe unless I take a really deep breath. Help meee. It just like hurts and stuff): & it literally feels cold....

 will this damage his cholestrol level and health?
so my dad has high cholestrol and high blood pressure and today he came home with 3 pounds of red meat and told me if i can cook it for him for fathers day and im like no hes been in a diet for ...

 which of the following is not an artery that supplies bllod to the lower leg or foot?

 How bad is this cholesterol for an Adolescent?
My daughter is thin and is 16.

I was told last week that her Cholesterol is 210. I know this is high and we are working on lowering it, but how bad is it? Do i need to be extremely ...

 Help! I think I have a heart problem. For a while now, I've been experiencing some large heartbeats.?
It worries me a lot. It comes and goes and when it does come, I get really worried. Sometimes the MIDDLE of my chest might feel bubbly or vibrate. Sometimes I cough when it happens. A few months ago, ...

 my mom has had tests for the vt heart condition can she fly abroad?
my mom has recently had test for the heart condition vt she got tested for blocked arterys with a camera which were fine and the muscle is ok she has know been told it may be non substained ...

 is this condition normal? pls pls tell me what shall I do?
I've got 2 lil kids,been into unhaPpy marriage wjich effected me n my life a lot,thoughj I haven't forgotten my husband's mistakes. Anyway my first kid is almost 3 n other is just 3 ...

Why won't my blood pressure go down?
I recently check my blood pressure and came up with 183/121. So for the week of have took breads and soda and sugar out of my diet and hopes of lowering my blood pressure. Check it today and it 195/121 about the same as i started. Is this exercise and new diet all of not? How do I get my blood pressure down? Just so you now, a Doctor out of the question. I can't afford a proscription or visit.

Take it easy - it's a simple fix.

You aren't drinking enough water. Doctors say "drink plenty of fluids" but they're as wrong as when they say to cut back on salt.

Water is a "fluid", to be sure. But so are all the other "alternatives" such as soft drinks, tea, coffee, energy drinks, alcohol, etc. But these don't supply you with the water you need. They act like a diuretic and pull as much as 50% more water out of you than they put in. Add to this the water loss from respiration and kidney function and we're talking about a lot of water coming out, but very little going in. The body can take just so much stress before it turns on you.

Your body's cells depend on water and salt to deliver the proper nutrients to them, and when you don't drink enough water, they can't function properly. So, in an effort to redirect water to the cells, the body needs to borrow water from other internal sources. The blood is an optimal choice, since it's made up of 94% water.

Borrowing the water from the blood causes the arteries to constrict, due to the loss of pressure (some water was taken out). This causes the blood to thicken (again, because water was taken out). Now the heart has to exert more pressure to pump the blood - this is when your blood pressure readings go up.

Doctors, in their infinite wisdom, usually advise their patients to cut back on salt at this point. But salt isn't the bad guy here. There's no "excess" salt, there just isn't enough water to keep the water/salt ratio at a normal level. Cutting back on salt may even out this ratio, but the total water (and salt) level will still be low, and that means you're still dehydrated and the problem will continue.

Next, because cutting back on the salt doesn't alleviate the high blood pressure, the doctor will put you on medication (blood thinners). So now, instead of fat blood, you have thin blood - but it still has the same amount of water - not enough!

The doctor won't tell you to increase your water intake. It's either because he knows that it will improve your condition and keep you off of medication, or because he doesn't have the faintest idea on what dehydration is all about and how the lack of water can have such a devastating effect on the body - in other words, he was asleep when they taught medicine in medical school.

No matter what health problem you might have, you need to take the bull by the horns and take control of your own health. When people put their trust in the medical community, they end up losing most of the time.

Click on the link below to learn the protocol for correcting your problem.

High blood pressure is not so easy to treat. Especially if it's as high as yours. I still think you should see a doctor to figure out what is causing your high blood pressure. It may not be as simple as you think. It may be caused by kidney disease or a tumor in your adrenal glands, for example. These are not things you want to neglect.

If you can't afford a prescription or visit, try going to the ER.

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