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Curious
Monday, June 6, 2011, 4:49am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have been having low blood pressure for the past 2 weeks. It makes me feel dizzy. A friend of mine (A type) also suffers from low blood pressure and she has fainted because of it.
Do you have any ideas what I and my friend could do to get our blood pressure up?
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Is regulating blood pressure an issue for you generally? The dentist I went to had a DNA SNP that he discovered. He was passing out by the time he discovered it. His son also had it but is working on it nutritionally so that he might never get to the point of passing out. As far as I know, he (the father) got it under control without meds. Sorry I don't have more details for you.

Hopefully this is not the case for you, but I wanted to leave a trail...

Best to you.


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I had low pressure most of my life. A MD/Holistic doctor I went to recently said low BP can be related to the adrenals/stress.  So I guess it depends why you have low BP.  Mine has improved since changing my diet, and rarely get dizzy now.


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I went to the doctor because I felt very dizzy. It turned out that my blood pressure was high (160 over 110) and not low. It was a big surprise to me because I always have normal or low blood pressure. My doctor said it might be because of the siberian ginseng and licorice I was taking for my adrenals. I stopped taking the herbs and hope that my blood pressure goes back to normal and that the dizziness disappears.
She said something interesting about adrenals, namely that there are low cortisol and high cortisol people with adrenal fatigue. I am a high cortisol person and for me licorice and any form of ginseng is bad.
I always thought only low blood pressure causes dizziness, but apparently both low and high blood pressure can cause dizziness. And yes, I think it is definitely related to my adrenals Lin. I dont think I have a faulty gene AKAlover.
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I think the addition of some salts .. homeopathic.. like very little might be good for some.. if they don't get salt in food..

I am not of the belive that salt should be curtailed.. for some they need more.. others less but all need some.. I use sea salt to get some of the minerals we also need.


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Licorice will raise your BP.  It's what it does.


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Licorice will raise your BP.  It's what it does.

Yes, it has certainly raised mine (from 120 to 160). I am glad I went to the doctor, else I might have ended up with an even higher blood pressure .
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Well, go for some chammomile or ginger or green tea now.  I think those would probably lower it.


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Well, go for some chammomile or ginger or green tea now.  I think those would probably lower it.

Great idea, will do.

Louise Hay says about high blood pressure: 'Long-standing emotional problem not solved'. I have problems relating to this, I think I took too  many of the wrong herbs.
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