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serpico

618d

So my blood pressure spikes everytime I go to the doctor's office.. they did a echocardiogram which shows I have Aortic root Dilation. Apparently I had blood pressure and didnt even know it..And they want to run a dye test next.. This entire thing has made me so depressed and emotional because I can't control my fear and anxiety. Its gotten to a point where I want to cry any given moment just thinking about it...

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    • BOOGIE_50

      484d

      I believe most people with high blood pressure can be reversed with a lifestyle change. I believe pills only mange the symptoms but doesn't cure.

    • BOOGIE_50

      484d

      I believe most people with high blood pressure can be reversed with a lifestyle change. I believe pills only mange the symptoms but doesn't cure.

    • Shad

      510d

      The natural cure for high blood pressure is the combination of Potassium and Magnesium when the Salt/Sodium, Cholesterol and blood sugar is high in our bodies. Usually what can cause High Blood Pressure physically is high Salt/Sodium, High Cholesterol, High Blood Sugar and mentally is Stress/Depression. We hear from doctors that our Potassium is high, well the potassium help lower the high blood pressure naturally also with the help of Magnesium. We just need to add the food that has them in it into our bodies example: natural coconut water, any green veggies Celery, Spinach, Kale, cucumber, lime or lemon, ginger, half of green apple make it into a powerful juice and drink it twice a day of a 250 ml cup. If you ate to much Salty food well now you need to balance it with potassium and magnesium so your blood pressure wouldn't get out of control.

    • Dustmann

      566d

      When blood pressure spikes at the doctors office it is known as white coat hypertension. I had something similar. It wouldn't spike with the physician, but would at the psychiatrists office. I had this happen for awhile.

    • Josh1943

      616d

      First off try to stay calm and secondly I can relate. Every time I go to the doctor I have high blood pressure. I've been on a blood thinner for awhile now which seems to help but it's still kinda high. I just get nervous when I go to the doctor. It's stupid and I don't know why lol. This'll be the 2nd time my doctor has had me check my blood pressure at home and write it down for 2 weeks. I'm praying they'll be good numbers. My anxiety is through the roof

    • Socialdis

      616d

      I’ve lived with high blood pressure for many years and at first I felt the way you do now but it’s under control now you’ll be able to do the things you enjoyed.

    • serpico

      617d

      Thank you so much, I need some support and was waiting for someone to hear their thoughts on my issue...thank you for taking the time out for your kind and grateful words....god bless...

    • Kimba63

      618d

      Don't give up. I have known a lot of people with Blood pressure issues and they are living great lives. At least you know what's causing your's and it's treatable. But stressing out over it will cause your blood pressure to raise. I understand that your fearful, but what it comes down to is do you trust your doctor's to take care of you?

    • Silvio

      618d

      I feel your pain ..same here ...all my worries and stress often make me wanna just let go a give up.. I hate feeling that way. But I just go on till they finally say that's it

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