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Re: Emergency Room Visit for High Blood Pressure: Need some help by Hveragerthi ..... The Truth in Medicine

Date:   2/29/2012 5:21:27 PM ( 10 years ago ago)
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  I didn't completely answer your questions.

I forgot to mention that, yes there is a history in my family of High Blood Pressure and Diabetes.

First of all diabetes IS NOT hereditary.  Secondly, high blood pressure is common in diabetes in most part from the vasoconstrictive effects of elevated insulin.  In the early stages of type 2 diabetes, which accounts for 95% of diabetic cases, there is actually an excess of insulin being secreted.

I do not want to be a prisoner to my genetic heritage. I understand that sometimes the Medical Model is the answer for some, but I just do not want to have to do any sustained and/or prolonged pharmaceuticals. I see the devastation that they can cause, so am looking to understand my body and its requirements.

I was a Registered Nurse and had a hard time with some of the approaches, so hence my statement above. I left the field for Information Technology...:-)

Glad to hear that.  I left allopathic medicine a long time ago as well because in short they didn't have a clue what they were doing.  They were too busy still practicing medicine rather than performing medicine.  And you were not allowed to really help people.  Even if you knew how to help a cancer or AIDS patient you were not allowed to.  You had to stand there and watch them die.  So I got fed up and left.

I believe there are answers for my problem that are even more natural than the approaches I have initiated. The critical issue for me is to understand the underlying problems.

What you described is most often from over reaction of the adrenals.  But you also mentioned that you have had problems in the past with high thyroid hormones from medication.  This actually can lead to the same symptoms.  Are you on the hormones just for hypothyroidism or for a thyroidectomy?


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