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- Jun 6, 2002
Can someone tell me who ADC is or how I reach them? Thank you!
Facial flushing is a known side effect of CCBs like Amlodipine. However, it is quite rare, especially in males (~2 in 100).
I am a TRT only guy, but still had high bp in the 150/94 range. I got on Lisinopril at 20 mg and that lowered it to 138/88ish. Now I am on 40 mg of Lisinopril during the day at 10 mg Bystolic at night. I generally check in at 120's/60's on a consistent basis morning and night.
Also Cialis 10mg every other day. And Citrulline/Arginine every morning and night. Love that Cialis....wife complains about it though LOL....
Yea buddy supplements was not quite cutting it for me, 5mg amlodipine and 100mg of time released metoprolol a day did the job. 3 years now been on it. Get a year supply at a time from our guys here clearsky.
Yes sir sometimes i wonder if i had never started using gear on a regular basis if my blood pressure would have stayed at a healthy level lol. But then again i know lots of people never used and are on meds, as we age.My dr has me on this same regimen.
I’ll have to look into the correlation between BP meds and injuries. I too have been plagued with successive minor injuries. However I chalked it up to being age, and abuse related. Interesting.
Yes a normal healthy response after being fueled on carbs for so long, your body must liberate fat to help produce more ketone. As you become more fat adapted this stress response goes to normal levels. Stress hormones in the absence of higher insulin levels is not a damaging thing.Curious couldn’t eating low carb raise adrenaline and stress hormones
There has been a lot of debate over the years whether kyolic cardiovasulcar formula 100 for example works like a crushed/cracked clove of garlic. For those of you that don't know you need to break the garlic to make the chemical reaction happen regarding allicin. Personally I use the formula 100 but am not sure if I'd be better off using actual garlic.Kyolic Aged Garlic:
Garlic lowers blood pressure in hypertensive subjects, improves arterial stiffness and gut microbiota: A review and meta-analysisGarlic supplements have shown effectiveness in reducing blood pressure in hypertensive patients, similarly to first‑line standard anti‑hypertensive medications. Kyolic garlic has also shown promise in improving cardiovascular health by reducing arterial stiffness, elevated cholesterol levels and...www.spandidos-publications.com