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February 2018 (Vol. 28 Issue 11)

How to reduce Blood Pressure without drugs.

danah1

danah1

23 Jun 2013 @ 19:24PM


Frankly, who reads labels to convert sodium intake into sodium chloride?

What if the potassium intake was very low?

prioris

prioris

22 Jun 2013 @ 03:28AM


The public has been brainwashed by the medical establishment to think that salt is bad for people. This just isn't true. There just isn't any correlation between heart disease and salt. CLEAN THE ARTERIES.

I use Kosher salt for cooking but sea salt may be healthier because of the added minerals.

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After studying new research conducted since 2005, a committee commissioned by the Institute of Medicine and CDC issued a report that "said there was no rationale for anyone to aim for sodium levels below 2,300 milligrams a day," the Timesreported today. One study found that among people with moderate to severe heart failure, those who consumed less salt were more than three times more likely to be readmitted to the hospital; another found that older folks with high blood pressure consuming less than 3,000 mg of sodium a day were as likely to suffer heart problems and strokes as those eating more than 7,000 mg a day. (The average, across cultures and generations, is 3,700 mg, suggesting this is what's healthy.)

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danah1

danah1

21 Jun 2013 @ 21:00PM


Hello, the high blood pressure can be linked with higher levels of sodium. The body retains too much water and the volume of body fluids increases leading to hypertension. The steady balance between sodium and potassium might be set by lower salt intake. For example bananas and vegetables are good sources of potassium. I think that processed foods should be risky because of the hidden content of salt. Various food enhancers and flavourings might be sodium salts as well. Sodium glutamate is on the first place.
KiwiGal

KiwiGal

19 Jun 2013 @ 11:16AM


sorry - you know I meant spLeen...

KiwiGal

KiwiGal

19 Jun 2013 @ 11:16AM


Do be careful with mixing too many things at once; even herbs can react against each other. For immediate relief of panic attacks etc. go to: www.bodytalksystem.com and follow the instructions for doing the Cortises tapping. Very easy yet very powerful. Have used it many times for panic and stopped an epileptic attack (he was on my bus) in record time. You should like it - it's developed by an Australian (whose life was saved by a Kiwi and whose method gave birth to the whole thing).

Go to You Tube Donna Eden Daily Energy Routine. Tapping the Thymus, Speen and K27 points does wonders, not to mention all the others. Listen to her other discourses as well; she's great. The two are similar, with different approaches to the same outcome. Choose which one suits. Don't listen to the doctor!

prioris

prioris

14 Jun 2013 @ 01:08AM


Fibrolytic enzymes such as nattokinase and serrapeptase. They protect you from heart disease and strokes. China has done thousands of studies on them. Stay away from prescription blood pressure medications. I would stop seeing doctors in heart disease. You should be able to handle it yourself better. I wouldn't focus on blood pressure. i would focus on cleaning the plaque in arteries. Also ignore the cholesterol. Medical studies have shown that there is no correlation between cholesterol and heart attacks. It all comes down to how clean your arteries are.

Remember that your blood pressure will vary throughout the entire day. To get a reliable reading, you really need to take it many times throughout the day to know what it is. I would forget blood pressure and focus on cleaning arteries.

If your are taking other synthetic medicines long term then it becomes more complicated giving you advice so you should try to replace your synthetic medicines with more natural ones.

romanywood

romanywood

13 Jun 2013 @ 23:38PM


I live in Auatralia. I am 70 years old and my BP is hovering around 148 over 88. For the last 6 months I have been struggling with a re-occurence of anxiety and panic disorder and now bouts of insomnia. Prior to this my BP was in the normal range. I do not take any prescription medications other than the occassional half a Temazepam to get off to sleep. I see a naturopath and take activated B6, magnesium (Pharma Mag Forte),pre Gaba,Cardio nutrients (CoQ10,Alpha lipoic acid and Magnesium Orotate and a herb mix of St Johns Wort, Skullcap, Withania and Echinacea.

I am not over weight and my only exercise is walking briskly for 20 to 30 minutes 4 or 5 times a week. I see a clinical psychologist who I feel comfortable with and who is helping (having tried a few who didnt work out) She is also helping me with mindfulness meditation etc.

I would appreciate any advise on how to lower my blood pressure naturally as my GP is pushing me to go on medication the thought of which makes me more anxious and now I feel like I need to find another GP.

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