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30 Million Americans Were Just Diagnosed With High Blood Pressure, Here's Why...
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(11-16-2017, 06:35 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote: List time I went to the doctor, the Uverse modem next to the exam room gave me hypertension.

I checked BP before and after the doctor visit, and the toxic office shot my BP up to 190/90.

It was 130/79 at home.

Yeah, that happens to me as well. Even my chiropractor, who should know better, thought I was crazy for blaming his wifi.
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#12
Old old news. They've done similar things to other meds as well.
Around..... 2003.....after decades of normal blood pressure being.:
100+the patients age for systolic, over 70-90,being normal for diastolic , it suddenly became 130 over 80. For everyone. Wether you're 25 or 85 years old. Same BP is normal.
Ummm, no..

So say I'm 44 years old.
A normal BP for me is 144/80.

According to those standards, I have HTN now, so I need to be on meds.
That being said, given a very normal BP, now on HTN meds can make your blood pressure crash, it gives them a whole other slew of meds they can out you on.

It's an utter crock of shit.
It's why I haven't been to a doctor since I left EMS, which was 2001.
Yah
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If you want to lower your BP nutritionally, these, daily..
Beet juice, coconut water, handful of almonds.
That's it.
I do 3-4 ounces of beet juice ,2 ounces coconut water and some almonds.
I'm good to go.

If you want to tweek even further, add garlic, turmeric, walnuts, B vitamin complex
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(11-16-2017, 06:39 PM)Talon Wrote:
(11-16-2017, 06:35 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote: List time I went to the doctor, the Uverse modem next to the exam room gave me hypertension.

I checked BP before and after the doctor visit, and the toxic office shot my BP up to 190/90.

It was 130/79 at home.

Yeah, that happens to me as well.  Even my chiropractor, who should know better, thought I was crazy for blaming his wifi.

On NPR when they were pitching this new pill subscription program....

They called it white coat hypertension.

It's not the doctor that stresses me out it's the machines that go ping.





Their offices are electro-smogged to Hell.

And because of that we can't trust vitals or blood work, especially blood sugar testing.

If it's done there.
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(11-16-2017, 11:50 PM)Twaddle Wrote: If you want to lower your BP nutritionally, these, daily..
Beet juice, coconut water, handful of almonds.
That's it.
I do 3-4 ounces of beet juice ,2 ounces coconut water and some almonds.
I'm good to go.

If you want to tweek even further, add garlic, turmeric, walnuts, B vitamin complex

To that I'd add cod liver oil.
(And black pepper with the turmeric(helps the antioxidants in turmeric absorb)
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(11-16-2017, 06:35 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote: List time I went to the doctor, the Uverse modem next to the exam room gave me hypertension.

I checked BP before and after the doctor visit, and the toxic office shot my BP up to 190/90.

It was 130/79 at home.

Last time I went to the doctor, my blood pressure registered 146 over 65.
The nurse said I needed to have it checked often, and try to keep it under 140.

The interesting thing is, that is the first time in my life my blood pressure was high!
Throughout my life when they checked my BP, they would say with a chuckle "You never need to worry about high blood pressure".

So anyway, I had it checked at the local RiteAid a couple times, and it registered 113/76, and the next time 97/59.
At that point, I decided there must have been something wrong with the machine at the doctor's office, so didn't bother having it checked again.

Now, after reading your post, I'm wondering what it was in the doctor's office that made my BP shoot up!!
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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(11-16-2017, 11:50 PM)Twaddle Wrote: If you want to lower your BP nutritionally, these, daily..
Beet juice, coconut water, handful of almonds.
That's it.
I do 3-4 ounces of beet juice ,2 ounces coconut water and some almonds.
I'm good to go.

If you want to tweek even further, add garlic, turmeric, walnuts, B vitamin complex

And meditation. (See my posts on the previous page.)
It is important to stay calm.
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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(11-17-2017, 01:36 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(11-16-2017, 06:35 PM)Luvapottamus Wrote: List time I went to the doctor, the Uverse modem next to the exam room gave me hypertension.

I checked BP before and after the doctor visit, and the toxic office shot my BP up to 190/90.

It was 130/79 at home.

Last time I went to the doctor, my blood pressure registered 146 over 65.  
The nurse said I needed to have it checked often, and try to keep it under 140.

The interesting thing is, that is the first time in my life my blood pressure was high!
Throughout my life when they checked my BP, they would say with a chuckle "You never need to worry about high blood pressure".

So anyway, I had it checked at the local RiteAid a couple times, and it registered 113/76, and the next time 97/59.
At that point, I decided there must have been something wrong with the machine at the doctor's office, so didn't bother having it checked again.  

Now, after reading your post, I'm wondering what it was in the doctor's office that made my BP shoot up!!

I'm A- blood type.

Several traits are:
super-vision
super-hearing
lower than average body temperature
lower than average Blood Pressure.

So like you, I never had a BP problem, was told the same thing.

First time I tested high was at this same Dr's office two years ago.

So before I went in for my annual I checked it at home first. And after a couple smokes(I always forget to check right when I wake up) I tested it as I said before. 130/79.

And it was 190/90 after waiting a half hour in that office.

I took my RF meter to the Dr. Office this time, but I could feel the source and "see it" without the meter(I see faint flashing lights in the direction of RF emitters when I close my eyes and "look."

I confirmed it was a Uverse router with the RF meter.

And we retested in another office in that facility and it had lowered within 5 minutes.

If we had retested in the parking lot I'll wager it would have been 135-140/80 after 10-15 minutes.

It was when I got home.

Hospitals are the WORST place for an electro-sensitive person to go. Because they are the worst polluted places unless you are a telecom or utility employee(worst public access space around is the hospital.)

My father went to a doctor at a Natural Health Clinic in OKC, a doctor who was taught by Andrew Weill.

Because that facility has an exercise gymnasium with electric treadmills, the wall wiring in the exam room was carrying 1500 voltage transients/second. According to Stetzer, anything above 50 is toxic.


http://www.stetzerelectric.com/category/research/
My dad's house had less than that and it caused him to lose his motor control.
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@Luvapottamus ... That is so tragic about your Dad. Tissue
Along with millions of others who are being slowly and painfully killed by "modern technology".

I too am electromagnetically sensitive, and today's world is playing havoc with my health.
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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(11-17-2017, 05:10 PM)Aquarius Wrote: @Luvapottamus ... That is so tragic about your Dad.  Tissue
Along with millions of others who are being slowly and painfully killed by "modern technology".

I too am electromagnetically sensitive, and today's world is playing havoc with my health.

I am not a Luddite.

I do in a screwed up way believe in the GE slogan:

Bringing Good things to Life.

GE was Edison Electric at one point and also related to well...

(snip)

Formation[edit]

General Electric in Schenectady, NY, aerial view, 1896

Plan of Schenectady plant, 1896[14]

General Electric Building at 570 Lexington Avenue, New York
During 1889, Thomas Edison had business interests in many electricity-related companies:

Edison Lamp Company, a lamp manufacturer in East Newark, New Jersey;
Edison Machine Works, a manufacturer of dynamos and large electric motors in Schenectady, New York;
Bergmann & Company, a manufacturer of electric lighting fixtures, sockets, and other electric lighting devices; and
Edison Electric Light Company, the patent-holding company and the financial arm backed by J.P. Morgan and the Vanderbilt family for Edison's lighting experiments.[15]
In 1889, Drexel, Morgan & Co., a company founded by J.P. Morgan and Anthony J. Drexel, financed Edison's research and helped merge those companies under one corporation to form Edison General Electric Company which was incorporated in New York on April 24, 1889. The new company also acquired Sprague Electric Railway & Motor Company in the same year.[16][17]

In 1880, Gerald Waldo Hart formed the American Electric Company of New Britain, Connecticut, which merged, a few years later with Thomson-Houston Electric Company, led by Charles Coffin, In 1887, Hart left to become superintendent of the Edison Electric Company of Kansas City, Missouri.[18] General Electric was formed through the 1892 merger of Edison General Electric Company of Schenectady, New York, and Thomson-Houston Electric Company of Lynn, Massachusetts, with the support of Drexel, Morgan & Co.[17] Both plants continue to operate under the GE banner to this day.[19] The company was incorporated in New York, with the Schenectady plant used as headquarters for many years thereafter. Around the same time, General Electric's Canadian counterpart, Canadian General Electric, was formed.[citation needed]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_El...#Formation

The 1950's GE stove at my grandmother's home KICKS ASS.

So does the oven.

The 2015 Smart meter SUCKS ASS.


That's the easiest way to say it.
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