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Practicing Relaxation Helps Ease Blood Pessure
find that practicing relaxation helps. i read the scriptures early in the morning. More
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Caffeine and Blood Pressure
Does anyone have any advice on the effect of caffeine on blood pressure?
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BP's spiked by moderate to mild exercise
Should I take my lopressor while I am getting fit enough to exercise without causing pressures to raise? I...More
Posted by An_262338
High Blood pressure
I'm in the same situation with my blood pressure. But I found that laughter helps me relax which lowers my...More
Posted by rettaree
Elevated BP during massage therapy
I have been experiencing elevated blood pressure during massage therapy. Normal is 110/70, pulse 63. During...More
Posted by An_262136
sleep apnea, low blood oxygen, and low blood press...
been having problems with my what feels like spinning, dizzile, when I lay down at night, with my eyes...More
Posted by adairwic56
Dramatic pressure drop after exercise
Perhaps this question has been answered somewhere else. After a 30 minute jog my blood pressure drops a...More
Posted by mike__l
vitamin and high blood pressure
I started to take a combo of magnesium, vitamin c complex and omega 3 with vitamin d for my h blood pressure....More
Posted by pepsico
retaining fluid
I have hypertension i am on meds but the last two days i have been retaining fluid what can i do to rid the...More
Posted by altess
News Roundup
Here's a roundup of some of the blood pressure news we've gotten this week: Vitamin D Won't Help Fight...More
Posted by atti_editor

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I have been taking lisinopril for 5 years but recently in the last 3 months I have an unexplained rash on my arms that does not go away. I ... More
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