Should I take my lopressor while I am getting fit enough to exercise without causing pressures to raise? I...
Posted by An_262338
Should I take my lopressor while I am getting fit enough to exercise without causing pressures to raise? I was told to take it when my pressure goes over 140/90. When I am not active it isn't up to that. ThanksView Thread
I have been experiencing elevated blood pressure during massage therapy. Normal is 110/70, pulse 63. During...
Posted by An_262136
I have been experiencing elevated blood pressure during massage therapy. Normal is 110/70, pulse 63. During massage has gone as high as 147/110, pulse 106 and will remain in this range for 2 to 3 hours post massage. Then readings in 121/80, pulse 70. Sessions are one hour, and have had headache and dizziness after too. Today therapist avoided neck area suspecting it may cause increase in vascular flow. In general the massage is beneficial and relaxing, however, unable to explain why blood pressure becomes elevated during this time. There was no headache after today's session, however avoiding the neck area had no impact on maintaining a normal blood pressure. I drink water before and after sessions. Anyone else experienced such issues? This is not a common occurance.View Thread
been having problems with my what feels like spinning, dizzile, when I lay down at night, with my eyes close, then when getting up same thing I wait until the feeling goes away before I get up, so I don't fall, could my blood pressure, along with my low blood oxygen, which is from one I both forms of sleep apnea, and stage 3 heart failure, I wonder if during the day my blood oxygen levels and blood pressure are causing this problems, not sure if I should go to see, my heart dr. about it, or primary doctor, any ideas, one thing I have always had very low blood pressure, with few signs, other than dizziness. I hope someone could help me out. thanks
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