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Just had my BP taken by a nurse co-worker at work, who keeps a sphygmomanometer in her cubicle.  The reason I asked her to check it is because I kinda sorta got freaked out yesterday re:  am I on my deathbed?  Long story.  Well, not long, but distracting and unnecessary to our tale here.  So anyway, my BP is 108/64!

Just wanted to pop in and say THANK YOU, GTD.  I mean, 108/64.  I still may be on my deathbed, one never knows, but at least I know my BP is excellent!

Yowza!  108/64.  This thing (GTD) is POWERFUL.


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Just had my BP taken by a nurse co-worker at work, who keeps a sphygmomanometer in her cubicle.  The reason I asked her to check it is because I kinda sorta got freaked out yesterday re:  am I on my deathbed?  Long story.  Well, not long, but distracting and unnecessary to our tale here.  So anyway, my BP is 108/64!

Just wanted to pop in and say THANK YOU, GTD.  I mean, 108/64.  I still may be on my deathbed, one never knows, but at least I know my BP is excellent!

Yowza!  108/64.  This thing (GTD) is POWERFUL.


How did you get your BP in that zone? Nice job!  
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Did you tell Cru? You weight and BP go down and hers goes up? Bonus!


Too funny, GCG...

Great results, PT.  It is really good to hear.  Do you a reference from the past that was significantly higher?


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Great news re BP, but not so the teaser...Please take care & let us know you are not on your death bed??!! World without PT Noooooooo
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What's the matter?  Call me tonight. Getting my haircut and colored but should be home by 8:30 or so.  I read this article in the Boston Globe over the weekend that I wanted to share with you......

Oooops, just seeing this Tuesday morning, so I guess calling you Monday night would be out of the question, huh?     Funnily enough, I actually thought about calling you last night!  But I decided not to "bug" you.  Sad that I think of myself as bugging my friends if I call them, but lately that's how I think of myself, if ya know what I mean.  Anyway, I'm okay.  I will give you a buzzaroo this week, I'd love to chat with ya.  



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How did you get your BP in that zone? Nice job!  

I don't know, but I strongly suspect it is all GTD!  Being a healthy weight, being in biochemical balance, strong and healthy...I'm so blessed!

My little scare this weekend consisted of a spot of vertigo Sunday--just a spot, yet I've had treatment back last spring, I think it was, so theoretically, it shouldn't happen.  That said, it happened once in July*, too, and then not again until now (December).  Both times, I couldn't duplicate it again.  If I could, I would have called to go back in, for sure, as the treatment is non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical, totally natural, and great.  It is just expensive for the insurance company (not sure why I care, but I do!) and I'd rather wait until and unless I ever really get it back to where it happens more than just a tiny moment here and then another tiny moment six months later.  Still, I am toying with calling the audiologist at the vertigo place just to see if it is okay that it occurs every so rare often.  Like I said, my understanding is, either the crystals in my ears are in a place in the ear labyrinth where they won't cause vertigo, or they have moved back to where they will, in which case, you would get it routinely, not just rarely.  Weird thing is, I had a headache (unusual for me) Saturday and Sunday--the vertigo was Sunday morning.  And that reminded me that I also had a BAD headache (the one this weekend was mild) in July when I got just one moment of vertigo.  Both times, I think there was some sort of high pressure system moving in, or pressure changes in the atmosphere, as I'm really sensitive to that.  Also, I had my period this weekend and sometimes hormonal changes give me a mild headache.  ANYWAY:  I ALSO had my pulsatile tinnitus (hearing my heartbeat in my left ear) flare back up Saturday.  So, all in all, I decided I was about to stroke out **.  That's why I had my BP taken Monday, just to see what's what there.  btw, they (the audiologist and the ENT) say that the pulsatile tinnitus and the vertigo are not related/connected, but I don't know.  After the vertigo treatment, the pulsatile tinnitus waned greatly and now I almost never get it.  Yet I got it this weekend AND the vertigo.  Just saying.  If they are related, it is kind of GOOD, actually, as the vertigo is definitely classic benign vertigo caused by wayward ear crystals, so if they have something to do with the pulsatile tinnitus, I'm guessing that means it is all ENT-related and NOT something terrifying like an aneurysm.

ANYWAY:  bottom line, I'm fine, just my usual neurotic self, which prompted me to ask Laura to check my BP.  Why it is SO grand is a mystery to me, but I think it's the GTD, I truly do.  My body LOVES this diet and tells me in so many ways.  I've never had my bod respond to beautifully to any diet.  Never.

Yay!

* Forgot:  it also happened immediately upon returning home from the vertigo treatment back last spring, I called in a relative panic, they said rush right back in, they did all sorts of tests AGAIN to try to induce it, they couldn't induce it, they said I was fine, go home, I just need to let the crystals settle down because it is kind of like a "snow globe" and they were all shaken up from the treatment.  Well, maybe I shouldn't have gotten so jiggy wit' it then, when I initially got home, as maybe one or two crystals "went rogue" into a place they shouldn't be, and they are the culprits in why, every so rare often, I still get a little moment.  But we are talking once in July, and once this weekend (December).  If it is only gonna be once every five months, then fine and dandy.  But again, if it started back up in earnest, I'd be camped out at the vertigo treatment place waiting in line like a crazed shopper in a tent a week before Black Friday.


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Did you tell Cru? You weight and BP go down and hers goes up? Bonus!

Brad, bless you.  You always have this uncanny ability to cheer me up.  I say uncanny because so few people in this world can really do that, yet you have the gift, my child.



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Too funny, GCG...

Great results, PT.  It is really good to hear.  Do you a reference from the past that was significantly higher?

Well, way back in my late 20's and 30's, when I ate all wrong for my type, it was sometimes borderline high, like 140/90 (which I think is actually considered high these days, since they changed the guidelines in 2004).  But it has never been really, really high.  I've never had to be on medication for it or anything.  Still, 108/64 seems particularly thrilling to me for some reason.  Health thrills me, what can I say?  


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Great news re BP, but not so the teaser...Please take care & let us know you are not on your death bed??!! World without PT Noooooooo

I'm too crazy to die, P.  I am kept alive by sheer neuroses, anxiety, generalized and specific worry, et al.  No, I just got a tad (just a slight tad, not even a full-blown tad) freaked out because the vertigo came baaa-aaack on Sunday, but it was just a fleeting thing (yeah, keep telling yourself that, PT *lol*).  I got outta bed, took a few steps, realized I was staggering like a drunken sailor and almost falling down, realized the room was spinning, realized the floor was pitching, realized, "rhymes-with-pit, VERTIGO", and then I had the tell-tale other thaaaang of trying to stand straight yet only being able to LIST to port...and then it was over.  Couldn't duplicate it (although could make myself SLIGHTLY vertigoey if I rolled to the left in bed, but we are talking only something someone who ever had vertigo would even notice, as it was just a little sort of pre-spin/nausea, but not even that.  But I couldn't duplicate the issue I described just above when getting up out of bed, and I've been testing turning my head in bed and rolling this right and left, too, and I'm fine.  My theory is the dang crystals (and I shouldn't call them "dang" because we all have 'em and we NEED 'em--in the right place!--to orient us in gravity) are right on the EDGE of where they are supposed to be, and that is why, every once in a rare while, if I have some sort of pressure headache or am fighting off a sinus thing or whatever, they get pushed just ever so slightly to where they can have a prayer of wreacking just a speck of vertigo havoc before chilling out again as they slide back to the other side of "the edge".  Ha ha haaa:  don't ya love my medical theories?

The good news is, my vertigo doesn't scare the sh*t outta me anymore because I know what it is and what it isn't, and I have an excellent treatment facility near me and covered by insurance, amen and hallelujah.  I just don't want to go unless I really need to.  Believe me, if it ever comes back with a vengence, I'M THERE.  But a little smidge here and a dab there, I don't see me going to the ENT to get a referral (might not have to go, might just have to call, but might have to do--that's half a day off work right there) and then going to the vertigo treatment (another half day off, and quite expensive for insurance).  I want to go if I need to go, but not if I don't.  That's how I roll.

Feeling great today.  I told Hurley, move aside, son, I'm gonna try leaping outta bed here and see if I go plunging to my death.  Aaaaaaand:  totally fine!  No drunken sailor this morning.

It's funny with vertigo, though:  it always seems to get you when you least expect it.  Like, Sunday--and this is always my experience with it--it was happening before I realized it was happening.  Only as I was staggering and trying not to fall did I realize, yeeeeeah:  VERTIGO.  

But again, it was just one momentary time and I think I'm good to go now, providing we don't get anymore intense high pressure systems and/or menstrual periods and/or fighting off something viral (thank you, Proberry, which I've been hitting hard ever since) coming through.



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Nicely done, twinnie.   

Thanks, u, but I do believe the credit on that BP reading goes to one Dr. D.  Blood pressure optimization king of the world!

When peeps go on the BTD or GTD (or SWAMI), there should be some sort of Star Trek bridge scene wherein one of the crew members says "Commencing optimization of all systems now!"



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Just wanted to pop in and say THANK YOU, GTD.  I mean, 108/64.  I still may be on my deathbed, one never knows, but at least I know my BP is excellent!

Yowza!  108/64.  This thing (GTD) is POWERFUL.


THE power of this community.. we all have a share in youre success.. you are a inspration.. and funny too.. Good job..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Got it.  Responded to it.  Somehow KNEW* that was the article!  Already saw it elsewhere yesterday.  Yes, it is really, really good.  

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THE power of this community.. we all have a share in youre success.. you are a inspration.. and funny too.. Good job..

Thanks, Miss Goldie.  This community is my inspiration and has been for years.  I honestly don't know where I'd be without this cyberplace and you all.  I'm sure I'd still be obese.  That's bad enough, so beyond that, I don't dare even contemplate.


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*lol*, Brig:  Your weight loss ticker is really cute.  And 35 lbs?  Go, you girl!  That ain't chump change!


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  Duuuuuudes.  I just realized I have 10,566 posts.  Wow.  No wonder I've actually learned something by this point.

P.S.  Of course, it isn't the amount you post, it's the quality of what you READ, and the quality of what I've read around these here parts is pretty dang impressive.  It took a village but if this place could get me to where I am, there is hope for everyone!


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When peeps go on the BTD or GTD (or SWAMI), there should be some sort of Star Trek bridge scene wherein one of the crew members says "Commencing optimization of all systems now!"
Then why do I still feel yucky after nearly 2 years on SWAMI?



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Then why do I still feel yucky after nearly 2 years on SWAMI?

Because you needed more healing than most.

I understand the frustration you are going through, as I feel like I just got run over most of the time.  I know that I am in the middle of the healing process, so just keep going with it.  It doesn't mean that I'm not real tired of hurting, etc...


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Then why do I still feel yucky after nearly 2 years on SWAMI?

Is it possible that some of the data you submitted into SWAMI was not accurate?  The reason I'm sticking with the GTD for now instead of going with my SWAMI recommendations is that I have incorrect fingerprint info in there and I'm not sure how much or how little that skews my results.  What I'm saying is, SWAMI is only as customized and on target as the info we put into it.  So one sugg I'd make is:  go over all the information/data you put into SWAMI and, if any of it is in question, try to ensure you update it with correct info and see if it changes any of your diet recommendations.

The other thing, as ABJoe said, is that each of our individual bodies, with their individual DNA, biochemistry and histories, follow their own schedule for detox and/or healing--their own process, timetable and way of doing it.  This is true of emotional stuff as well as physical stuff in life, btw, as I have recently been schooled in.  When it is time to go through something, you go through it.  It is going to happen when it happens and take however long it takes.  It could take much longer than you think it "should".  That said, I do repeat my sugg to recheck your original SWAMI input data.  (((HUG)))

Also, are you exercising, girl?  If you aren't exercising, every day, ideally, you aren't getting the full benefits of this thaaaaaaang.



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Ruthie, when we are parents and with all of the responsibilities that this brings, it means that we don't have as much time for ourselves and there is definitely some level of stress going on. You appear to be a very conscientious parent and hats off to you for being a single parent. I believe that is one of the hardest jobs on the planet! Your children seem of age to be able to fend for themselves a bit so perhaps you can dedicate one day or part of day & evening weekly for yourself where you just take care of Ruthie and loosely supervise the kids at home?

Also, you have dealt with the stress of your father's death this year have you not as well as a sick aunt? These things profoundly affect us. Wishing you the best.

When I had fibromyalgia that was induced by a round of strong antibiotics my ND had me take a supplement that really helped, I took a bottle again this summer after being affected by some painkillers I took for a weekend. Let me know if you are interested.  
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PT- Andrea did all the measurements. identified my fingerprints (with her then-17yo's son's help) and put all the info into a pro SWAMI. She then re-measured me last August when I was there for my secretor test. This SWAMI is as accurate as it can possibly be, unless I could afford to see an ND and have him or her manually make changes to it.

No, I haven't been exercising like I should. I think I need to make that a priority, even though I know I'm not strong enough for all that SWAMI reccomends for me. I may not be able to lose weight or acheive optimal health with a lower level of exercise, but I think that a minimum of half a mile (or 20 minutes of something else), 3 times a week, would probably help keep my depression and the worst of the fibro symptoms at bay.

And, yeah, stress is another biggie. My ex has been a source of stress just by being himself, on top of causing me financial worries.


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