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#1 Old 08-12-2017, 07:42 AM
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low B.P. consultation need

hi,
i have a low preassure every day.
same as 105/65.
hurtpulse is 60-90bpm.
normal preassure came very rare.
also i have hemoglobin index on the low border of range.
ebrything good with other things.
i'm 45.
do not use alcohol, cigarettes or drugs.
i practice little yoga everyday.
i use vegeterian style ten years.
it's not popular in my country, also medicine level here is absolutely low.
doctors says abt my vegeterian is problem at most.
i have not info abt my prassure before vegeterian life.
so, thanks for your feedback in this connection.
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#2 Old 08-12-2017, 08:05 AM
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Other than maybe the low hemoglobin nothing here is a cause of concern.
These are however, all things to discuss with your doctor.
My blood pressure, which has been 110/60 for as long as I remember, went down to 90/60. I went to the doctor complaining of dizzyness-light headedness, at that time. She asked what I'd been eating drinking lately and I realized I'd been drinking hibiscus and rosehips tea on a daily basis for a time. I stopped and my blood pressure went up to its usual.

There are many foods and drink that lower blood pressure, as well as your hemoglobin levels, so you should track your diet a while and talk to your doctor about any concerns.
A resting pulse between 60-90 is healthy.

Health concerns are best discussed with a physician

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I'm no doctor but my blood pressure is like 100/70 and when i'm relaxing it gets as low as 55 bpm. I'm 23 and bpm actually goes down with age. I have a low salt vegan diet and I am a runner so that probably explains it. If you feel fine these numbers are nothing to worry about. If you feel weak or dizzy then you should probably see a doctor.
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my bp is normally 98/65 within a few points and I am not concerned

as the others have noted if you are concerned then a doc visit might be in order...

from many websites.... normal is less than 120 / less than 80

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thanks to all for sharing yours indicators.
it's sounds reassuringly for me )))
don't like drugs, collect medicne herbals instead it.
we live in forest, so it possible for gathering.
i do some mixes for my frends for different purposes.
they happy.
but my preassure do not reacted for any herbs )))
sometime i feel myself weaked allday.
so, i prefer my guitar instead hardworking this times ))
ok, will think i'm absolutely helthy.
good news )))
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I hope you're well educated about herbs! They can be as dangerous as any drugs if you don't know what they do or take too much.
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I hope you're well educated about herbs! They can be as dangerous as any drugs if you don't know what they do or take too much.
oh yeah, it's true.
most people thinks abt herbs like as tea or cacao.
but herbs can replace any medicine drugs, excluding antibiotics.
it's absolutely urgent to know abt dosage, method of use and by-effects.
i have more than 20 years experience with herbs that gowing our places.
also it's not possible to use for every human (allergy etc).
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oh yeah, it's true.
most people thinks abt herbs like as tea or cacao.
but herbs can replace any medicine drugs, excluding antibiotics.
it's absolutely urgent to know abt dosage, method of use and by-effects.
i have more than 20 years experience with herbs that gowing our places.
also it's not possible to use for every human (allergy etc).
Awesome!
Do you have any thoughts on oil of oregano? I tried it after reading about it's uses for seemingly everything, gave me terrible heartburn, but now people i work with are using it for everything from toothaches to cold symptoms
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Awesome!
Do you have any thoughts on oil of oregano? I tried it after reading about it's uses for seemingly everything, gave me terrible heartburn, but now people i work with are using it for everything from toothaches to cold symptoms
i finish harvesting of it last month.
now i have a little stack ))
but we use oregano only with tea, mixed with other herbs depends of situation.
it calls on native language as forest mint or mother grass.
so, it is mostly recomended for female.
good for relaxing or cold cutting.
i haven't experience with oil of any herbs.
only drinking mixes or some lotion i have use.
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