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sahasrarabliss
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Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Fri Aug 28, 2020 2:37 am

This is a very rare condition for me. It's been so many years the last time this happened I think.

Or this is the first time in experiencing low BP.

From last few days I was having sore throat on the left side.

Then day before yesterday a small area on the left side of chest, ached as if it ached when the blooded passed through it, it's like a swollen nerve I think...I can't describe.

Next day I felt lazy, but I felt like my heart skipped a beat few times yesterday, then this cheat area not inside the rib cage but on the rib, "left pack" it's like a very narrowed but small in diameter size area being and feels like swollen. Do u think it's clot?

Did this cause low BP? It 100-70 last night we checked. It's morning now. Will go to check again. But I'm feeling little better but not in the temples of head. Slight ache that doesn't pain.

How to get back in normal health condition naturally at home.... In this condition....

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Fri Aug 28, 2020 7:16 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:This is a very rare condition for me. It's been so many years the last time this happened I think.

Or this is the first time in experiencing low BP.

From last few days I was having sore throat on the left side.

Then day before yesterday a small area on the left side of chest, ached as if it ached when the blooded passed through it, it's like a swollen nerve I think...I can't describe.

Next day I felt lazy, but I felt like my heart skipped a beat few times yesterday, then this cheat area not inside the rib cage but on the rib, "left pack" it's like a very narrowed but small in diameter size area being and feels like swollen. Do u think it's clot?

Did this cause low BP? It 100-70 last night we checked. It's morning now. Will go to check again. But I'm feeling little better but not in the temples of head. Slight ache that doesn't pain.

How to get back in normal health condition naturally at home.... In this condition....


Sounds like a heart imbalance, which could be caused by underlying kidney or liver deficiencies. The temple headache can be related to overactive liver, is it throbbing or twitching? Do you have this headache often? For the heart to become deficient due to the other organ systems, those other systems would have to be imbalanced for some time.

You could have a heart yang deficiency, explaining the palpitations, and poor movement of blood, and chest pain. The chest pain is likely just blood pooling, not a clot caused by phlegm, but it could be.

Check your tongue and describe it, due you have a midline crack? Use the imagine below to identify any notable aspects of your tongue.

Additionally, how is your sleep, and how is your digestion? Also, do you have any undereye bags or discoloration?

Regardless of this questioning, you will want to follow up with a TCM doctor about this issue. They will prescribe acupuncture or herbs for the heart system and if there are any other related deficiencies in the body. Lots of places do online appointments and can just ship or at least prescribe herbs to you, so do that if you are busy.

Additionally, for us and for any TCM doctor you visit, you should write down every symptom you have anywhere on your body to aid their diagnosis. Also, don't scrub your tongue beforehand.

I would recommend using acupressure to give you some immediate relief. It is easy enough to do, and you can perform it on yourself with little worry. However, if you do feel discomfort, then please stop.

For the heart, I would pressing on the Heart-5 point, which is said to boost Heart Qi.

I am unsure about the liver, but another good point that can help indirectly is Kidney-3. The kidneys support the yang and yin of the other organs, so this will help in a general sense. Just press these points with medium pressure for a few minutes, more if you think you need to.


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Re: Low BP

Postby Eric13 » Fri Aug 28, 2020 7:52 pm

Well the first thing is always to figure out why you’re having low blood pressure to begin with. For that you’ll need to see a doctor and possibly get blood work done or ecg scans to get a look at the condition of the heart and any irregular rhythms.

But to help fix your low blood pressure since it’s causing unpleasant symptoms, some ideas are adding more salt to the diet. Generally, you’ll see people advise against a high sodium diet because it can raise blood pressure but for you, that’s a good thing.

Also water. Drink plenty of it. This will increase the fluids in the blood and that will help with the blood pressure.

Also are you any meditations that could cause this side effect?

Maca powder helps support energy and vitality and promotes balance in the body as well.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Aug 29, 2020 2:09 am

Blitzkreig wrote:....
Eric13 wrote:

Thanks for the great info btw.

I went for blood test a while ago.
Well. What I believe is that the blood is thick(due to physically less active and less water drinking) so the blood circulation was poor and got this nerve throbbing ache that was coming every 10-20 mins. Then next morning the ached nerve felt like it was swollen but the bp was almost normal.

Now when I touch and slightly push that small area on left side of chest, below the nipple, at the right bottom, it is aching very less now.

The ache was on the ribbcage not inside the ribcage.

Then till last night, same ache I was getting bottom-behind the heart after an hour or less. As if blood was having difficulty to go through from that area.

My temples were feeling as if blood supply was going to the brain/head less. Felt like if the blood flow to the head was poor.

So it's thick blood. I've been drinking hot water and eating raw garlic. High triglycerides I guess.

I have sesame seeds too. But idk how to consume them? They help in thinning the blood too right?

And should I do cardio or aerobic exercise or just brisk walk for now?

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Aug 29, 2020 8:01 am

Eric13 wrote:Well the first thing is always to figure out why you’re having low blood pressure to begin with. For that you’ll need to see a doctor and possibly get blood work done or ecg scans to get a look at the condition of the heart and any irregular rhythms.

But to help fix your low blood pressure since it’s causing unpleasant symptoms, some ideas are adding more salt to the diet. Generally, you’ll see people advise against a high sodium diet because it can raise blood pressure but for you, that’s a good thing.

Also water. Drink plenty of it. This will increase the fluids in the blood and that will help with the blood pressure.

Also are you any meditations that could cause this side effect?

Maca powder helps support energy and vitality and promotes balance in the body as well.


Everything came normal in blood test report today. But 207 triglycerides. Which is almost normal, a little higher than normal.

But today while I was driving, I felt an intense throbbing pain in the center of my left ear,it last for less than a second. It was intense.


Can I drink coconut water in this condition?

Heart beat is lower when I'm resting or laid down on back.

Can I do brisk walk in this condition?

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Aug 29, 2020 8:05 am

And btw , I'm not feeling much cold and hot, but normal in 30-31°C temperature. Otherwise I was feeling hot in this temp.
Why.... Is it because of low BP?

Today again I fell asleep as i felt the bp was low again. Then I took a cup of coffee and within 10-15mins I was starting to feel normal again.

Why the heart beat is slow now.... What makes it so..

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Aug 29, 2020 8:59 am

[quote="Blitzkreig"][/quote]

I don't have white spots but I just noticed red spots on tongue.

What do these red spots on tongue indicate...

On my temples...I feel like my head isn't getting enough or normal blood flow... What could be causing it..

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Aug 29, 2020 4:30 pm

Doctor prescribed Statins. One tablet a day for 20 nights. I'm gonna take for 5 nights. Or 10.

Is it safe?

Eric13
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Re: Low BP

Postby Eric13 » Sat Aug 29, 2020 5:19 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:
Eric13 wrote:Well the first thing is always to figure out why you’re having low blood pressure to begin with. For that you’ll need to see a doctor and possibly get blood work done or ecg scans to get a look at the condition of the heart and any irregular rhythms.

But to help fix your low blood pressure since it’s causing unpleasant symptoms, some ideas are adding more salt to the diet. Generally, you’ll see people advise against a high sodium diet because it can raise blood pressure but for you, that’s a good thing.

Also water. Drink plenty of it. This will increase the fluids in the blood and that will help with the blood pressure.

Also are you any meditations that could cause this side effect?

Maca powder helps support energy and vitality and promotes balance in the body as well.


Everything came normal in blood test report today. But 207 triglycerides. Which is almost normal, a little higher than normal.

But today while I was driving, I felt an intense throbbing pain in the center of my left ear,it last for less than a second. It was intense.


Can I drink coconut water in this condition?

Heart beat is lower when I'm resting or laid down on back.

Can I do brisk walk in this condition?

Drink plenty of straight clean water. And if you can, yes take a brisk half hour walk. Do something to get your body moving. Yoga as well. Focus on cleaning up your diet, and eat as balanced as possible. Main thing, get your fluids. Do this quick before this condition gets more serious.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Eric13 » Sat Aug 29, 2020 9:23 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:Doctor prescribed Statins. One tablet a day for 20 nights. I'm gonna take for 5 nights. Or 10.

Is it safe?

Sounds like he’s trying to lower your cholesterol. Go by how you feel. Stuff like that freaks me out personally, but it’s not super long term. Statins block the production of cholesterol. If it helps, great. Really sounds like you need tot adjust your diet, drink more water, and get some exercise.

In the short the pills may help. Not the longterm. They aren’t a permanent solution. Lifestyle changes are.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sun Aug 30, 2020 2:03 am

Eric13 wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:
Eric13 wrote:Well the first thing is always to figure out why you’re having low blood pressure to begin with. For that you’ll need to see a doctor and possibly get blood work done or ecg scans to get a look at the condition of the heart and any irregular rhythms.

But to help fix your low blood pressure since it’s causing unpleasant symptoms, some ideas are adding more salt to the diet. Generally, you’ll see people advise against a high sodium diet because it can raise blood pressure but for you, that’s a good thing.

Also water. Drink plenty of it. This will increase the fluids in the blood and that will help with the blood pressure.

Also are you any meditations that could cause this side effect?

Maca powder helps support energy and vitality and promotes balance in the body as well.


Everything came normal in blood test report today. But 207 triglycerides. Which is almost normal, a little higher than normal.

But today while I was driving, I felt an intense throbbing pain in the center of my left ear,it last for less than a second. It was intense.


Can I drink coconut water in this condition?

Heart beat is lower when I'm resting or laid down on back.

Can I do brisk walk in this condition?

Drink plenty of straight clean water. And if you can, yes take a brisk half hour walk. Do something to get your body moving. Yoga as well. Focus on cleaning up your diet, and eat as balanced as possible. Main thing, get your fluids. Do this quick before this condition gets more serious.


Okay thanks. The pain isn't there anymore. But very very VERY light. Almost none.

Doctor prescribed Statins. :?

I was eating junk food alot. Chips. Cold drinks.
Very lack of physical activity.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sun Aug 30, 2020 2:03 am

Eric13 wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:
Eric13 wrote:Well the first thing is always to figure out why you’re having low blood pressure to begin with. For that you’ll need to see a doctor and possibly get blood work done or ecg scans to get a look at the condition of the heart and any irregular rhythms.

But to help fix your low blood pressure since it’s causing unpleasant symptoms, some ideas are adding more salt to the diet. Generally, you’ll see people advise against a high sodium diet because it can raise blood pressure but for you, that’s a good thing.

Also water. Drink plenty of it. This will increase the fluids in the blood and that will help with the blood pressure.

Also are you any meditations that could cause this side effect?

Maca powder helps support energy and vitality and promotes balance in the body as well.


Everything came normal in blood test report today. But 207 triglycerides. Which is almost normal, a little higher than normal.

But today while I was driving, I felt an intense throbbing pain in the center of my left ear,it last for less than a second. It was intense.


Can I drink coconut water in this condition?

Heart beat is lower when I'm resting or laid down on back.

Can I do brisk walk in this condition?

Drink plenty of straight clean water. And if you can, yes take a brisk half hour walk. Do something to get your body moving. Yoga as well. Focus on cleaning up your diet, and eat as balanced as possible. Main thing, get your fluids. Do this quick before this condition gets more serious.


Okay thanks. The pain isn't there anymore. But very very VERY light. Almost none.

Doctor prescribed Statins. :?

I was eating junk food alot. Chips. Cold drinks.
Very lack of physical activity.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Gear88 » Sun Aug 30, 2020 5:20 am

Do you perform at least 5 hours of intense exercise a week?

I ask because it's possible you might be diagnosed for A.H.S.

A.H.S. = Athlete's heart syndrome.

Basically you stress your bodies cardiovascular system so much your heart pumps harder with less repetitions so your blood pressure decreases generally but because the heart is exercised each beat is struck harder.

IT COULD be an arrhythmic issue but many athlete's who exercise very frequently and intensely do experience this phenomena and it gives them a scare but it's not a negative issue rather it's the body adapted to strenuous exercise.
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Re: Low BP

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Aug 30, 2020 3:09 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:
Eric13 wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:
Everything came normal in blood test report today. But 207 triglycerides. Which is almost normal, a little higher than normal.

But today while I was driving, I felt an intense throbbing pain in the center of my left ear,it last for less than a second. It was intense.


Can I drink coconut water in this condition?

Heart beat is lower when I'm resting or laid down on back.

Can I do brisk walk in this condition?

Drink plenty of straight clean water. And if you can, yes take a brisk half hour walk. Do something to get your body moving. Yoga as well. Focus on cleaning up your diet, and eat as balanced as possible. Main thing, get your fluids. Do this quick before this condition gets more serious.


Okay thanks. The pain isn't there anymore. But very very VERY light. Almost none.

Doctor prescribed Statins. :?

I was eating junk food alot. Chips. Cold drinks.
Very lack of physical activity.


Be careful about taking Statin. The body is a very intelligent and amazing thing. Whrn the cholesterol is high, that means the body is keeping it high to fix a problem. The body makes high cholesterol to try to heal as a mechanism. The last thing you want to do is use a drug to lower it. The body has the cholesterol high for a reason.

Be careful with that. You must balance the body naturally and find whats the imbalance with it.

You already mentioned that you have a bad diet and lack of exercise. You must cleanse your diet by eating nutritious whole foods, clean water, healthy fats, some clean meats, etc.

Do yoga and light cardio for now.

If your blood pressure is low then taking statin is dangerous to your health. Do your research and use common sense.

The gentile body is sacred and a creation of the gods, we must show it respect and keep it in as much shape as possible. Stop putting crap in your body and make sure you are moving.

Movement is life.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sun Aug 30, 2020 3:38 pm

HPS Shannon wrote:
Be careful about taking Statin. The body is a very intelligent and amazing thing. Whrn the cholesterol is high, that means the body is keeping it high to fix a problem. The body makes high cholesterol to try to heal as a mechanism. The last thing you want to do is use a drug to lower it. The body has the cholesterol high for a reason.

Be careful with that. You must balance the body naturally and find whats the imbalance with it.

You already mentioned that you have a bad diet and lack of exercise. You must cleanse your diet by eating nutritious whole foods, clean water, healthy fats, some clean meats, etc.

Do yoga and light cardio for now.

If your blood pressure is low then taking statin is dangerous to your health. Do your research and use common sense.

The gentile body is sacred and a creation of the gods, we must show it respect and keep it in as much shape as possible. Stop putting crap in your body and make sure you are moving.

Movement is life.


Hmm now my BP feels normal. He checked my BP first and then prescribed Statins.

I just took second time a while ago. So shouldn't I take it tomorrow night again?

My life isn't very active. Spending most of the time sitting...

I'll start with brisk walk. Afraid to do even light cardio.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Sun Aug 30, 2020 5:27 pm

Every single hormone in your body, and there are hundreds or maybe thousands of different hormones, are all directly made from cholesterol. If you don't have any cholesterol, then you don't have any hormones. And almost everything in your body is controlled by hormones.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Eric13 » Mon Aug 31, 2020 7:25 am

Ol argedco luciftias wrote:Every single hormone in your body, and there are hundreds or maybe thousands of different hormones, are all directly made from cholesterol. If you don't have any cholesterol, then you don't have any hormones. And almost everything in your body is controlled by hormones.

Well, I guess the idea of the pills is to lower cholesterol not eliminate it. But either way, makes no sense. Lower cholesterol means lower blood pressure. If what the OP says is true that he’s suffering from low blood pressure, why would the doctor give him pills to lower it further? Seems the OP was regularly checking his BP and it was low for his age/size I suppose and he got blood work done. So who knows? I would question the hell out of that to the doctor and unless he gave me good reasoning, I wouldn’t take the pills. Cause you’re right, even if the pills intend only to lower the cholesterol overall in the body (and btw, this seems only safe if the diet is paid attention to), it still is inhibiting a natural function in the body for a long time and that seems dangerous unless a person truly had alarmingly high cholesterol levels and urgently needed them lower.

Seems apparent the OP needs a lifestyle change to solve his problem. And he got the advice on what changes need to be made. Hope he gets better.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Wed Sep 09, 2020 12:19 am

sahasrarabliss wrote:....


I would just like to reiterate to you that you should seek out a TCM clinic if you want a full solution to the problem(s) you may have. What you describe can be either the heart being weak, or the blood being thick, or both concurrently. This is something for a holistic doctor to differentiate and treat.

Also, when making dietary changes: stick by the rule of not bringing any junk food into your home. Once it is there and near you, it is significantly harder to resist. As your body gets used to not eating junk food, you may experience cravings, however these will wane over a few days and healthy, whole foods will start to taste better in comparison. You just have to beat the initial temptation to break the habit in your brain. Doing this at the grocery store is easier than at home.

For exercise, I would recommend a stationary bike, as this makes exercise very convenient and easy. Additionally, do not forget the yoga, as this is probably one of the best things you can do for you body, as far as exercise goes.
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Re: Low BP

Postby eternal666light » Thu Sep 10, 2020 4:16 am

my dad's doctor was trying to get him to take statin to lower his high cholesterol for heart health reasons, but one of the side effects is increased risk of heart attack.... so rather than putting out the fire you're pouring gasoline on it and making it worse.

upon further research, cholesterol is produced to fight off inflammation which could very well be a healing response in your body. doctors really are in a bad position, they are told to prescribe things that are not the best for someone, while banning things like hydrogen peroxide treatment. a family member of mine had a doctor friend that used food grade hydrogen peroxide to cure leukemia in a patient, it worked good apparently, but once the medical board found out about it they revoked his medical license.

food grade hydrogen peroxide can be used to treat high cholesterol since it fixes the real issues that it was trying to fix in the first place, i personally don't like taking it but it could be helpful to you. there is a pdf called the "one minute cure" that would explain the practice of it in detail if you are interested, don't take it unless you read the whole thing.

HP Shannon's statement is most likely the most accurate thing I've yet to read on cholesterol, thank you for sharing.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Sep 26, 2020 9:10 am

So what to do? Two days ago a shooting pain was coming on left side of my chest with some intervals.
Then next day when I touch that area of my chest, it aches as if it's been swollen. But I saw a tiny red dot on it , it looks like a pimple but it is not.

Then a day ago I was feeling shooting or pinching pain in both of my forearms.

Today I see there is a red mark in circular shape on my left forearm...

Probably clogged arteries??

What to do now...? Any home remedies...or should I restart taking Statins...



eternal666light wrote:my dad's doctor was trying to get him to take statin to lower his high cholesterol for heart health reasons, but one of the side effects is increased risk of heart attack.... so rather than putting out the fire you're pouring gasoline on it and making it worse.

upon further research, cholesterol is produced to fight off inflammation which could very well be a healing response in your body. doctors really are in a bad position, they are told to prescribe things that are not the best for someone, while banning things like hydrogen peroxide treatment. a family member of mine had a doctor friend that used food grade hydrogen peroxide to cure leukemia in a patient, it worked good apparently, but once the medical board found out about it they revoked his medical license.

food grade hydrogen peroxide can be used to treat high cholesterol since it fixes the real issues that it was trying to fix in the first place, i personally don't like taking it but it could be helpful to you. there is a pdf called the "one minute cure" that would explain the practice of it in detail if you are interested, don't take it unless you read the whole thing.

HP Shannon's statement is most likely the most accurate thing I've yet to read on cholesterol, thank you for sharing.

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Re: Low BP

Postby eternal666light » Sun Sep 27, 2020 6:52 am

well one thing that i know that will fight inflammation and help fight heart related issues is drinking/eating cayenne pepper. i recommend adding a teaspoon of it in either orange juice or water and then drink more water in an hour or so.

i have had felt heart pains before and this cayenne pepper trick helps for me.

if you are able to find food grade hydrogen peroxide then it would work best if you were add about 10 - 15 drops to distilled or non chlorinated water (with a medical dropper) and combine it with the cayenne pepper as they both would work in synergy. and then continuously drinking alot of water all day and repeating this a couple times a day.

i wish you the best, i hope you figure this out, i strongly believe if you were to take statins you would make your current situation potentially worse.
sahasrarabliss wrote:So what to do? Two days ago a shooting pain was coming on left side of my chest with some intervals.
Then next day when I touch that area of my chest, it aches as if it's been swollen. But I saw a tiny red dot on it , it looks like a pimple but it is not.

Then a day ago I was feeling shooting or pinching pain in both of my forearms.

Today I see there is a red mark in circular shape on my left forearm...

Probably clogged arteries??

What to do now...? Any home remedies...or should I restart taking Statins...



eternal666light wrote:my dad's doctor was trying to get him to take statin to lower his high cholesterol for heart health reasons, but one of the side effects is increased risk of heart attack.... so rather than putting out the fire you're pouring gasoline on it and making it worse.

upon further research, cholesterol is produced to fight off inflammation which could very well be a healing response in your body. doctors really are in a bad position, they are told to prescribe things that are not the best for someone, while banning things like hydrogen peroxide treatment. a family member of mine had a doctor friend that used food grade hydrogen peroxide to cure leukemia in a patient, it worked good apparently, but once the medical board found out about it they revoked his medical license.

food grade hydrogen peroxide can be used to treat high cholesterol since it fixes the real issues that it was trying to fix in the first place, i personally don't like taking it but it could be helpful to you. there is a pdf called the "one minute cure" that would explain the practice of it in detail if you are interested, don't take it unless you read the whole thing.

HP Shannon's statement is most likely the most accurate thing I've yet to read on cholesterol, thank you for sharing.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Sep 30, 2020 4:03 pm

eternal666light wrote:well one thing that i know that will fight inflammation and help fight heart related issues is drinking/eating cayenne pepper. i recommend adding a teaspoon of it in either orange juice or water and then drink more water in an hour or so.

i have had felt heart pains before and this cayenne pepper trick helps for me.

if you are able to find food grade hydrogen peroxide then it would work best if you were add about 10 - 15 drops to distilled or non chlorinated water (with a medical dropper) and combine it with the cayenne pepper as they both would work in synergy. and then continuously drinking alot of water all day and repeating this a couple times a day.

i wish you the best, i hope you figure this out, i strongly believe if you were to take statins you would make your current situation potentially worse.


I'm kinda sure It's triglycerides problem. Triglycerides means bad cholesterol right? LDL.

I'm improving.. but sometimes in the morning upon waking up and sometimes in waking hours in the day, there is slight shooting pain...in left forearm I felt it today.

Then in the evening...very mild shooting ache going upwards in a very narrow way....on the left side of foreheard. It last for few seconds.

It's simply bad cholesterol I think...no?

I have been googling...foods for lowering it...

What should I eat...and what Macros.....how much carbs..fats..protein....... Indian food isn't healthy...we eat processed veggies, wheat flour bread, usually.

I'm sick of it.

I don't think I can get cayenne pepper from local market.. nobody even have heard about it either. I just have regular pepper.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Thu Oct 01, 2020 6:49 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:...

Triglyceride does not necessarily mean bad cholesterol. All cholesterol is fine until it is damaged, such as by too much inflammation or sugar in the blood.

What you describe with the shooting pain sounds like poor circulation. This could be either from the heart being weak or the blood being thick. You will want to increase your amount of veggies and decrease the amount of blood-building foods, such as heavy meats. Overall, your diet should look as described in this thread.

For your condition specifically, you will want to focus on foods and herbs that thin the blood and build the heart. Here is a list of herbs and supplements to thin the blood and improve circulation that way.

Additionally, look at this image below and select foods for what describes you. I think you are a mix between blood stasis and some sort of qi deficiency.

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You will want to take up some sort of mild exercise that gets the blood moving and heart pumping. More is not better here, just enough for some mild circulation. You don't want to stress your heart!

Also, take some time out of your day to press on the heart 5 (HE-5) acupoint, as this will boost heart energy. Do this especially when you feel symptoms. See the image below.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Oct 03, 2020 4:23 pm

Blitzkreig wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:...

Triglyceride does not necessarily mean bad cholesterol. All cholesterol is fine until it is damaged, such as by too much inflammation or sugar in the blood.

What you describe with the shooting pain sounds like poor circulation. This could be either from the heart being weak or the blood being thick. You will want to increase your amount of veggies and decrease the amount of blood-building foods, such as heavy meats. Overall, your diet should look as described in this thread.

For your condition specifically, you will want to focus on foods and herbs that thin the blood and build the heart. Here is a list of herbs and supplements to thin the blood and improve circulation that way.

Additionally, look at this image below and select foods for what describes you. I think you are a mix between blood stasis and some sort of qi deficiency.

Image


You will want to take up some sort of mild exercise that gets the blood moving and heart pumping. More is not better here, just enough for some mild circulation. You don't want to stress your heart!

Also, take some time out of your day to press on the heart 5 (HE-5) acupoint, as this will boost heart energy. Do this especially when you feel symptoms. See the image below.

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I think high triglycerides means thick blood?! Then what is that stuff that sticks up your arteries blocking them? Isn't that LDL bad cholesterol???

Why should it cause that sharp shooting pain if blood is thick and have poor circulation? I thought it was caused by that LDL cholesterol stuck on the arteries....no???

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Re: Low BP

Postby eternal666light » Sun Oct 04, 2020 5:07 am

sahasrarabliss wrote:...


everything is connected, thick blood, poor circulation, narrow arteries, low blood cell count, dehydration are all connected.

realistically you want to pump more blood throughout your body more efficiently, along with proper hydration. i had a problem with hydrating myself no matter how much water i drank, until i started putting mineral salt in my water.

maybe you are low on b vitamins as well,... i think you should forget about cholesterol and start looking at solutions for blood circulation and blood flow (exercise being the most important factor).

as i was saying before cayenne pepper increases blood flow, opens up arteries, reduces plaque and cholesterol. there may be other supplements that you could include as well.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Sun Oct 04, 2020 4:35 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:I think high triglycerides means thick blood?! Then what is that stuff that sticks up your arteries blocking them? Isn't that LDL bad cholesterol???

Why should it cause that sharp shooting pain if blood is thick and have poor circulation? I thought it was caused by that LDL cholesterol stuck on the arteries....no???


High triglycerides does impact the thickness of the blood, but it isn't the only thing. It can be lack of water/plasma causing thickness. It can be sugar products coating/glycating the hemoglobin. It could also be a poor heart function leading to poor circulation and subsequent coagulation of the blood.

LDL is the one thing modern medicine focuses in on, but that is far from the only thing. Taking the statins will significantly hamper all functions of cholesterol in the body, good and bad. LDL cholesterol has plenty of good functions. This is something modern medicine doesn't try to differentiate, hence why statins have poor efficacy for what they try to fix.

The shooting pain is caused by stagnation, perhaps it is the pain caused by a temporary anemia or oxygenation. LDL cholesterol is but one of the things that can cause this.

Looking at foods, heavy foods are good for building up the nutritional quality of the blood, but if the blood is overloaded and stagnated by many things, both good and bad, then this wouldn't be the best time to eat these foods. Lighter foods still provide energy to the body without being as stagnating.

Exercise and increased water intake will improve the circulation and allow the body to clear out anything it needs to. Taken in moderation, it will not stress the heart, rather it will circulate energy into the cardiac arteries.

You will also want to eat foods and do acupressure to boost the heart itself, as it sounds like the heart itself is weakened. See the previous posts for info on how to do this. Don't eat large amounts of garlic, only small or moderate amounts. Too much can heat the body. If you are not yin-deficient, this is ok, but if you are, it may worsen it.

Btw the slight ache on the sides of the head, if the temples, could be stagnation of the liver, but I am unsure. If this is the case, exercise will help this, as well.

If you have the financial means, you should see a TCM doctor, as they could give you rapid relief.
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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Sun Oct 04, 2020 4:59 pm

eternal666light wrote:...


Well said. Salt promotes hydration of the body through water retention, so it is always good to make sure you have enough. The downsides of having too little are way worse then too much. Too much will result in the kidneys working a little harder to remove it.

Also, if you are curious, here are the TCM properties of cayenne, from this source:

Meridians: Heart, Spleen, Stomach

Key TCM Actions & Medicinal Uses:
Promotes Yang Qi/Tonifies Spleen/Stomach: Aids poor digestion, warms the body, diarrhea, vomiting.
Promotes Circulation of Qi and Blood: Moves blood and qi, opening channels and clearing obstructions. Blood Cleanser.
Dissipates Cold Stagnation: Frostbite, pain due to cold, arthritis.
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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Tue Oct 06, 2020 3:42 am

Blitzkreig wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:I think high triglycerides means thick blood?! Then what is that stuff that sticks up your arteries blocking them? Isn't that LDL bad cholesterol???

Why should it cause that sharp shooting pain if blood is thick and have poor circulation? I thought it was caused by that LDL cholesterol stuck on the arteries....no???


High triglycerides does impact the thickness of the blood, but it isn't the only thing. It can be lack of water/plasma causing thickness. It can be sugar products coating/glycating the hemoglobin. It could also be a poor heart function leading to poor circulation and subsequent coagulation of the blood.

LDL is the one thing modern medicine focuses in on, but that is far from the only thing. Taking the statins will significantly hamper all functions of cholesterol in the body, good and bad. LDL cholesterol has plenty of good functions. This is something modern medicine doesn't try to differentiate, hence why statins have poor efficacy for what they try to fix.

The shooting pain is caused by stagnation, perhaps it is the pain caused by a temporary anemia or oxygenation. LDL cholesterol is but one of the things that can cause this.

Looking at foods, heavy foods are good for building up the nutritional quality of the blood, but if the blood is overloaded and stagnated by many things, both good and bad, then this wouldn't be the best time to eat these foods. Lighter foods still provide energy to the body without being as stagnating.

Exercise and increased water intake will improve the circulation and allow the body to clear out anything it needs to. Taken in moderation, it will not stress the heart, rather it will circulate energy into the cardiac arteries.

You will also want to eat foods and do acupressure to boost the heart itself, as it sounds like the heart itself is weakened. See the previous posts for info on how to do this. Don't eat large amounts of garlic, only small or moderate amounts. Too much can heat the body. If you are not yin-deficient, this is ok, but if you are, it may worsen it.

Btw the slight ache on the sides of the head, if the temples, could be stagnation of the liver, but I am unsure. If this is the case, exercise will help this, as well.

If you have the financial means, you should see a TCM doctor, as they could give you rapid relief.


I see. But I don't think heart is weakened.. but I've been very inactive physically. Very sedentary life. Does that also weaken the heart?
I've been doing cardio and that shooting pain in the arm or in left side chest is no more.

But another new problem now is that since last weekend... I've been feeling this chilling sensation in a very narrow area on forehead which feels as if it's in the nerve/artery whatever it is... It started with left side of the forehead but then it roams from the forehead to the top of head and then to the left temple throughout the day.

Wtf is this??? Bad blood flow to brain? Is there any good yoga poses for improving overall blood flow and to the brain???

It comes every day with uncertain intervals and it doesn't stay at one area... :(

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Tue Oct 06, 2020 3:45 am

eternal666light wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:...


everything is connected, thick blood, poor circulation, narrow arteries, low blood cell count, dehydration are all connected.

realistically you want to pump more blood throughout your body more efficiently, along with proper hydration. i had a problem with hydrating myself no matter how much water i drank, until i started putting mineral salt in my water.

maybe you are low on b vitamins as well,... i think you should forget about cholesterol and start looking at solutions for blood circulation and blood flow (exercise being the most important factor).

as i was saying before cayenne pepper increases blood flow, opens up arteries, reduces plaque and cholesterol. there may be other supplements that you could include as well.

Yeah..blood circulation. And I need to drink more water. I've been drinking warm water.
I'll look for that pepper. Thanks..

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Tue Oct 06, 2020 8:42 am

Now this chilling sensation starts traveling all around the face , mostly on left side. Then when it comes in the upper lip, it also feels like as if I've eaten a slight spicy green/red chilli and it's chilling

Then , now both sides of temple areas are aching now...

It is going to give a heart attack? Stroke??
I don't feel comfortable...and losing all hope.
Doctor at clinic will prescribe statins only or other things. No actual remedy.

So I'm not sure if I'll stay alive or not..

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Tue Oct 06, 2020 9:01 am

Should I do inverted yoga asanas in this case? I'm paranoid. Are these signs of pre stroke??

I've been doing cardio and my heart rate was high. If the heart was weak, it would have already given a stroke during cardio, no? Or it doesn't work that way??

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Tue Oct 06, 2020 5:52 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:Should I do inverted yoga asanas in this case? I'm paranoid. Are these signs of pre stroke??

I've been doing cardio and my heart rate was high. If the heart was weak, it would have already given a stroke during cardio, no? Or it doesn't work that way??


I think the chilled sensation relates to heart yang deficiency. The headaches and cold sensations are not the brain itself, rather you are feeling these on the blood vessels on the top of your head and face, outside the brain. The headache/cold symptoms point imbalances elsewhere in the body, not the brain itself.

Cold sensations can also be due to environmental factors if you are exposed to enough actual cold. This doesn't seem exactly the case here, but just to be safe, keep yourself as warm as you can.

Yes, physical inactivity, as well as poor diet, can weaken the heart through direct and indirect means. Excess exercise can also cause it. In your situation, do only mild exercise. You should feel better after, not super tired, and you should sweat somewhat, but not be drenched.

Yes, the fact that your heart can do the exercise means it is still operating ok. This also means your body can handle headstands, however simply try it first 10 seconds, then try 30 seconds, and so on, just to be safe. It is good that your shooting pain is gone, this means the blood in the heart is circulating well.

Usually temple headaches relate to liver or gallbadder, which can feel pain when stagnated, due to poor circulation. Does this feel better after exercise, or worse? I will look into it more later when I have time. It is not pre-stroke. Every time you exercise, your body is more and more protected against any circulation issues, whether heart or brain related, or related to the body.

You should start doing the hatha yoga pdf. Hatha yoga is one of the best things you can do to correct imbalances in the body. It is very gentle and safe, as well. Here is the yoga pdf link from Satan's library.

You are not going to die. Your situation is getting better every day, based on the choices you make for your health. You will heal from this and go on to perfection through the Magnum Opus, all in due time. Do you feel any heart palpitations or chest pain still?
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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 4:01 am

Blitzkreig wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:Should I do inverted yoga asanas in this case? I'm paranoid. Are these signs of pre stroke??

I've been doing cardio and my heart rate was high. If the heart was weak, it would have already given a stroke during cardio, no? Or it doesn't work that way??


I think the chilled sensation relates to heart yang deficiency. The headaches and cold sensations are not the brain itself, rather you are feeling these on the blood vessels on the top of your head and face, outside the brain. The headache/cold symptoms point imbalances elsewhere in the body, not the brain itself.

Cold sensations can also be due to environmental factors if you are exposed to enough actual cold. This doesn't seem exactly the case here, but just to be safe, keep yourself as warm as you can.

Yes, physical inactivity, as well as poor diet, can weaken the heart through direct and indirect means. Excess exercise can also cause it. In your situation, do only mild exercise. You should feel better after, not super tired, and you should sweat somewhat, but not be drenched.

Yes, the fact that your heart can do the exercise means it is still operating ok. This also means your body can handle headstands, however simply try it first 10 seconds, then try 30 seconds, and so on, just to be safe. It is good that your shooting pain is gone, this means the blood in the heart is circulating well.

Usually temple headaches relate to liver or gallbadder, which can feel pain when stagnated, due to poor circulation. Does this feel better after exercise, or worse? I will look into it more later when I have time. It is not pre-stroke. Every time you exercise, your body is more and more protected against any circulation issues, whether heart or brain related, or related to the body.

You should start doing the hatha yoga pdf. Hatha yoga is one of the best things you can do to correct imbalances in the body. It is very gentle and safe, as well. Here is the yoga pdf link from Satan's library.

You are not going to die. Your situation is getting better every day, based on the choices you make for your health. You will heal from this and go on to perfection through the Magnum Opus, all in due time. Do you feel any heart palpitations or chest pain still?


Thanks. Yesterday my BP was low again. Checked it at clinic. The doctor prescribed me medication and idk know what prescription it is. Don't know the meds names. I only know one med which he prescribed SEPERATELY to me...it is for depression.

They won't give the prescription paper slip which u had to hand it over to the dispensary worker who distributes medicines.

I didn't even read the prescription.

Gave me some powder solution to drink for electrolytes dehydration...

Got blood test ..will post report soon.

I'm oaranoid because of this tingling prickling sensation which feels chilling in a very narrow area...sometimes I feel it on tip of nose, left upper lip inside of it, left temple slightly above it.... It's mostly in left side of areas of head forehead face...

What's this????? Low blood flow????

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 4:07 am

Blitzkreig wrote:[Do you feel any heart palpitations or chest pain still?


Maybe I don't feel it...only yesterday when BP was low..and right now it's low too. But right now I'm not feeling heart palpation.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 4:18 am

I think it is not cold but kinda feels like pins, needles on the head, on thr Left side , on left side of forehead,

But it gives no ache , pain...only a sensation

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:29 am

Sorry for so many replies.
I got a copy of the prescription from him.
:
1. Petril
2. Rd
3. Natles
4. Pho or plo...I can't read it....their handwriting lol.
5. Mirta 2 for bedtime only.
Should I continue taking it??

Why my BP goes low...it has been 2-3 weeks when my BP was low the day I created this thread.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:29 am

Sorry for so many replies.
I got a copy of the prescription from him.
:
1. Petril
2. Rd
3. Natles
4. Pho or plo...I can't read it....their handwriting lol.
5. Mirta 2 for bedtime only.
Should I continue taking it??

Why my BP goes low...it has been 2-3 weeks when my BP was low the day I created this thread.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:29 am

Now when I walk, I can feel heart palpitations. Because of low BP maybe!?

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:34 am

Even when I'm lying down on back, heart beats little stronger than it usually does...as I can feel/notice it.

I also got blood test and urine test.

Both good and normal.

But Only :

S. Triglycerides : 171.4
T chol/HDL Cholesterol ratio : 0.33
LDL/HDL ratio : 4.88
Total lipids : 571.4


Urine : light yellow
Reaction : acidic
Spec. Gravity: q.n.s


There's more to urine report ..but All normal...can't write all of it...

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:36 am

Cayenne pepper is chilly? Or actually a black pepper? A looklike black pepper???? Or Is it red in color? Chilly?

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Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:38 am

No I didn't notice about temples ache being worse or better after exercise because it started yesterday only...and I stooed exercising yesterday.

Day before yesterday I was feeling weak I think but I did exercise...maybe that worsened my situation..

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:40 am

sahasrarabliss wrote:I think it is not cold but kinda feels like pins, needles on the head, on thr Left side , on left side of forehead,

But it gives no ache , pain...only a sensation

When it's in or on the head, it's inly there, stays for few seconds and then I get it on nose or lip...or on left side of temple...or left eye ball or eye brow or forehead.

It stays at one area for few seconds before It moves to other areas.

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:41 am

Maybe low oxygen in blood causing it and poor circulation is accompanying it??

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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Wed Oct 07, 2020 11:25 am

Im feeling kinda better now. But to avoid this problem coming again I need to know why this occured...why when something like this occured....I had low BP. Before when I had felt ache on the chest left side....next morning I had low BP. Now this pins, needle sensation whcih feels chilling... It started with left side of forehead 3-4 days ago. Then maybe it's the cause for low BP or my physical exercise lowered the BP???

I did breath of fire and drink that solution for electrolytes dehydration...

Any yoga poses for improving blood circulation in entire body?

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:53 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:I think it is not cold but kinda feels like pins, needles on the head, on thr Left side , on left side of forehead,

But it gives no ache , pain...only a sensation

When it's in or on the head, it's inly there, stays for few seconds and then I get it on nose or lip...or on left side of temple...or left eye ball or eye brow or forehead.

It stays at one area for few seconds before It moves to other areas.


The movement and tingling describes a pathogen class called "wind" in TCM. I think, combined with the temple headache, there is some sort liver issue. Perhaps liver yang rising. due to the headache. This fits the damage that would come with a stressful and damaging past lifestyle. Deficient liver blood can allow wind to occupy the blood, manifesting as tingly or twitching. The yoga helps with this, in my experience.

When you do exercise, it is important to take it slow. I would maybe fast walk only, for now, which would give you the benefits of circulation without actually pushing the body too hard. I am starting to think your problems are more of a deficiency then "over-nourished" blood. As far as exercise goes, always do mild.

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All the yoga in the pdf link will help circulation in one way or another. Circulation problems are mainly due to the heart's ability to pump and the quality of the blood, so even if you move the blood around one day with cardio, then the source of the problem still exists. The hatha yoga is very nourishing for the yin of the body, and will start to build up all the organ systems and energize them all. This will also start to balance the body. It is very much like a cure-all, so I would do this immediately and do it at least once, even twice per day.

As far as boosting yang of the body, you can do the Tibetan 5 Rites. This is good, but see what results you get from the hatha yoga first, as it is gentle. In my experience, the T5R can impede the yin if it is already unbalanced.

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Do you feel any heat symptoms, such as red face, hot feeling, insomnia, hot flushes, sweating? Do you have undereye bags? Also, how is your sleep and digestion? Do you ever feel dizzy in general, or dizzy after sitting up? How is your energy, do you feel fatigue? Do you feel lower back pain or achey knees?

If you had specifically oxygenation problems, you would look very pale or even blue. I don't think that is the case here.

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I don't know enough about those meds to say for certain which ones are useful and which are not. I would say it is fine to take them, for now, but be diligent about implementing the actual fixes of your health, and then once you improve, you can taper off the medicines.

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Low BP can be caused by a few different reasons, which is why I asked all those questions. In general, it is usually a yang or energy deficiency in the body that manifests like this. This is another reason why I think it is less about the cholesterol in the blood and more about a lack of energy pushing (heart) or nourishing (liver/general yin) it. The BP will improve as the condition of the organs improves. I wouldn't worry unless you are feeling dizzy or fainting.

Cayenne pepper is normally red in color. As far as boosting the heart, you should pick red foods. You want to eat whole food-based meals. Pick nourishing foods, but don't go so heavy such that you cannot digest it well. Make your plate like 1/3 grains or rice, 1/3 veggies, and 1/3 meat or beans. This ensures a proper balance that nourishes the whole body.

Make sure you are sleeping at or before 11pm, as this is the best time for the body to be asleep, relative to circadian rhythm and the magnetic fields of the earth. For example, the liver builds and cleans its blood from 1-3am, and this would help that twitching condition.

Additionally, I must ask, but how often do you engage in sexual activity or masturbation? For men, the ejaculation results in a loss of "jing" from the body, which can tax the body if done too frequently or when already weakened. This normally happens due to porn use, and so if this applies to you, you will want to get a handle on this. Jing loss stresses the yin and yang of the kidneys, and kidneys are important because they boost the other organs when they are deficient.
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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Thu Oct 08, 2020 5:08 am

Blitzkreig wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:I think it is not cold but kinda feels like pins, needles on the head, on thr Left side , on left side of forehead,

But it gives no ache , pain...only a sensation

When it's in or on the head, it's inly there, stays for few seconds and then I get it on nose or lip...or on left side of temple...or left eye ball or eye brow or forehead.

It stays at one area for few seconds before It moves to other areas.


The movement and tingling describes a pathogen class called "wind" in TCM. I think, combined with the temple headache, there is some sort liver issue. Perhaps liver yang rising. due to the headache. This fits the damage that would come with a stressful and damaging past lifestyle. Deficient liver blood can allow wind to occupy the blood, manifesting as tingly or twitching. The yoga helps with this, in my experience.

When you do exercise, it is important to take it slow. I would maybe fast walk only, for now, which would give you the benefits of circulation without actually pushing the body too hard. I am starting to think your problems are more of a deficiency then "over-nourished" blood. As far as exercise goes, always do mild.

-------------------------------------------

All the yoga in the pdf link will help circulation in one way or another. Circulation problems are mainly due to the heart's ability to pump and the quality of the blood, so even if you move the blood around one day with cardio, then the source of the problem still exists. The hatha yoga is very nourishing for the yin of the body, and will start to build up all the organ systems and energize them all. This will also start to balance the body. It is very much like a cure-all, so I would do this immediately and do it at least once, even twice per day.

As far as boosting yang of the body, you can do the Tibetan 5 Rites. This is good, but see what results you get from the hatha yoga first, as it is gentle. In my experience, the T5R can impede the yin if it is already unbalanced.

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Do you feel any heat symptoms, such as red face, hot feeling, insomnia, hot flushes, sweating? Do you have undereye bags? Also, how is your sleep and digestion? Do you ever feel dizzy in general, or dizzy after sitting up? How is your energy, do you feel fatigue? Do you feel lower back pain or achey knees?

If you had specifically oxygenation problems, you would look very pale or even blue. I don't think that is the case here.

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I don't know enough about those meds to say for certain which ones are useful and which are not. I would say it is fine to take them, for now, but be diligent about implementing the actual fixes of your health, and then once you improve, you can taper off the medicines.

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Low BP can be caused by a few different reasons, which is why I asked all those questions. In general, it is usually a yang or energy deficiency in the body that manifests like this. This is another reason why I think it is less about the cholesterol in the blood and more about a lack of energy pushing (heart) or nourishing (liver/general yin) it. The BP will improve as the condition of the organs improves. I wouldn't worry unless you are feeling dizzy or fainting.

Cayenne pepper is normally red in color. As far as boosting the heart, you should pick red foods. You want to eat whole food-based meals. Pick nourishing foods, but don't go so heavy such that you cannot digest it well. Make your plate like 1/3 grains or rice, 1/3 veggies, and 1/3 meat or beans. This ensures a proper balance that nourishes the whole body.

Make sure you are sleeping at or before 11pm, as this is the best time for the body to be asleep, relative to circadian rhythm and the magnetic fields of the earth. For example, the liver builds and cleans its blood from 1-3am, and this would help that twitching condition.

Additionally, I must ask, but how often do you engage in sexual activity or masturbation? For men, the ejaculation results in a loss of "jing" from the body, which can tax the body if done too frequently or when already weakened. This normally happens due to porn use, and so if this applies to you, you will want to get a handle on this. Jing loss stresses the yin and yang of the kidneys, and kidneys are important because they boost the other organs when they are deficient.


Well. First of all, since yesterday I noticed after I wake up from sleep, I find my left arm asleep. Today morning I found it asleep upon waking up.

Now this morning, I'm feeling weak in legs and arms. Can't stand for more than 5-10 seconds. Weakness in arms and legs.

No, I don't feel those heat symptoms I think but cold symptoms like feeling cold and light and physically weak.

I may have yellowish look , but I have wheatish complexion.

I'm doing hatha yoga since yesterday.


I was sleeping after 11pm very late.

I've been excessively doing masturbation too.

So I should stop masturbation until I feel normal again?

I don't have eye bags but dark eye circles since a decade. Bad far eye sight /myopia since 10+ years. I can't see clear from 5-6 feet away. How to improve?? I don't wanna wear specs that I have.

I didn't take meds but only one dose yesterday night. It's taste is still in mouth and on tongue.

And what fruits can I eat during low BP? Oranges, cocunut water?? Banana?? Can I also drink orange juice if I have low BP? I think BP is still low. It fluctuates.

I'm gonna drink coffee, with half milk half water and little jaggery powder as a substitute for white refined sugar.

It's been a year that I've eating only jaggery powder as sugar in tea and in milk. Rarely I've taken white sugar in tea few times in last one year.

I have medium sized Himalayan pinkish salt stone which can last for next 3-5 years. We use it in everything, veggies cooked in pressure cooker. I eat chappati/bread made from wheat flour.

(I also suggest to start using real Himalayan salt if you can get it raw in stone form then good. Idk about ready made Himalayan salt packages.)


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Now when I did hatha yoga a while ago, on the third pose where you bend your body forward while sitting, I got this same sensation near the spine. Chilly, pins, needles sensation which doesn't ache but feels chilling.

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Thu Oct 08, 2020 11:04 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:...


Your condition seems to indicate more of a yang deficiency, if you aren't feel those heat symptoms, and especially if you are cold. The undereye discoloration is also indicative of kidney problems. For men, ejaculation places a strain on the kidneys, and they kidneys are what nourish the rest of the body.

I don't know what sort of masturbation frequency you have now, but you will want to lengthen it. I would recommend a minimum of 3 days, and an optimal length of 5 days, to allow your body to recover. At this point in time, the excessive masturbation is probably the primary stress against your body, and your feelings of weakness and eye circles contraindicate sexual activity.

The act of orgasm in both men and women spins the chakras and promotes for a circulation of energy, however the ejaculation of semen stresses the kidneys to make up for the lost jing. Within normal frequencies, this is perfectly fine, however, under times of poor health or stress, this should be contraindicated. Semen and jing are very finely made substances that take a lot of effort to make, so when it is expended too frequently, it strains the body.

If you use porn, this is probably the primary reason you masturbate more than you should. It is in my personal experience, and my observations, that porn induces feelings of being horny and erections where the body would normally not feel this way, such as the case with deficient kidney yang. Combined with the addictive element of porn, this can induce someone to overdue it.

For myself, I have had success using self-hypnosis tapes to counter my use of porn. If this is something you are interested in, I can link some that I have used.

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TCM recognizes myopia as caused by deficient liver blood and kidneys. This may improve as the general health of the body improves. The headstand/shoulderstands of the yoga will wash the eyes and head with blood, so this will help, as well. Unfortunately, eyesight can be complicated to deal with, and so this should be a longer term goal, as opposed to something that will happen quickly. Working on general physical and spiritual health will help, as always.

There are concerns that the blue light found in modern lights and screens can hurt the eyes. Additionally, glasses help in the short term, but they also allow the eye muscles to weaken and never "try" to focus better. This is what I mean with the situation being a little complicated. It is not impossible though. Perhaps a spiritual working would be necessary for rapid change.

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All of the fruits should be fine, to my knowledge. There is nothing really that would impede BP. I originally thought your blood condition was of blood congestion, but it appears now to be more from a lack of energy pushing it. To build up your yang and combat the cold, eat warming and heavier foods, just don't eat so much that you feel bloated or stuffed. See below and try to avoid an abundance of cooling foods.

Be careful with coffee, as it can hurt kidney yang. The caffeine may make you feel energized at first, but it does so by stressing the kidneys. I would limit yourself to 1 cup, if you must drink it. Otherwise, use decaf or tea instead. Your energy will improve over time, so eventually you shouldn't even feel the need for an energy boost.

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Otherwise, your diet sounds good, and I am glad you make cook your food. Some people don't have the desire or time to do so, and this can hamper their recovery. That is good advice on the Himalayan salt, thanks!

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What you experienced with the yoga should be fine. As long as you aren't pushing the stretch or not feeling pain, then I wouldn't worry. It is something related to the energy movement. It could have been good, as yoga normally induces energy and a tingling feeling. Even if this was not the case, I doubt it is anything permanent or anything to worry about.

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Your condition should improve over the next few days and weeks by focusing on good food, good sleep, and exercise and yoga. Your primary focus should be on not masturbating too frequently, as like I explained above, this represents a loss of jing on the body, which is hard to make. The energy gained from the food and sleep would otherwise be "wasted" by too frequent jing loss.

I don't want to scare you away from sexual activity, as the orgasm itself is very useful, spiritually. It is just that in your case, your body is showing signs that it needs to slow down. I think you will start to feel better in these coming days if you can get a handle on that. Again, this is not permanent, and in the future, with all the things you do for yourself, physically and spiritually, you will be significantly stronger and healthier, and can engage in sex more frequently.

The ultimate solution to this, is to separate the orgasm from the ejaculation. It is certainly possible, it just takes some work. Once trained, then you wouldn't have to worry about infrequent sex. There are physical training methods, and there are also subconscious training methods, in the form of hypnosis tapes. I can link one I found, but didn't personally try, if this interest you.
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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Fri Oct 09, 2020 8:37 am

Blitzkreig wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:...


Your condition seems to indicate more of a yang deficiency, if you aren't feel those heat symptoms, and especially if you are cold. The undereye discoloration is also indicative of kidney problems. For men, ejaculation places a strain on the kidneys, and they kidneys are what nourish the rest of the body.

I don't know what sort of masturbation frequency you have now, but you will want to lengthen it. I would recommend a minimum of 3 days, and an optimal length of 5 days, to allow your body to recover. At this point in time, the excessive masturbation is probably the primary stress against your body, and your feelings of weakness and eye circles contraindicate sexual activity.

The act of orgasm in both men and women spins the chakras and promotes for a circulation of energy, however the ejaculation of semen stresses the kidneys to make up for the lost jing. Within normal frequencies, this is perfectly fine, however, under times of poor health or stress, this should be contraindicated. Semen and jing are very finely made substances that take a lot of effort to make, so when it is expended too frequently, it strains the body.

If you use porn, this is probably the primary reason you masturbate more than you should. It is in my personal experience, and my observations, that porn induces feelings of being horny and erections where the body would normally not feel this way, such as the case with deficient kidney yang. Combined with the addictive element of porn, this can induce someone to overdue it.

For myself, I have had success using self-hypnosis tapes to counter my use of porn. If this is something you are interested in, I can link some that I have used.

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TCM recognizes myopia as caused by deficient liver blood and kidneys. This may improve as the general health of the body improves. The headstand/shoulderstands of the yoga will wash the eyes and head with blood, so this will help, as well. Unfortunately, eyesight can be complicated to deal with, and so this should be a longer term goal, as opposed to something that will happen quickly. Working on general physical and spiritual health will help, as always.

There are concerns that the blue light found in modern lights and screens can hurt the eyes. Additionally, glasses help in the short term, but they also allow the eye muscles to weaken and never "try" to focus better. This is what I mean with the situation being a little complicated. It is not impossible though. Perhaps a spiritual working would be necessary for rapid change.

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All of the fruits should be fine, to my knowledge. There is nothing really that would impede BP. I originally thought your blood condition was of blood congestion, but it appears now to be more from a lack of energy pushing it. To build up your yang and combat the cold, eat warming and heavier foods, just don't eat so much that you feel bloated or stuffed. See below and try to avoid an abundance of cooling foods.

Be careful with coffee, as it can hurt kidney yang. The caffeine may make you feel energized at first, but it does so by stressing the kidneys. I would limit yourself to 1 cup, if you must drink it. Otherwise, use decaf or tea instead. Your energy will improve over time, so eventually you shouldn't even feel the need for an energy boost.

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Otherwise, your diet sounds good, and I am glad you make cook your food. Some people don't have the desire or time to do so, and this can hamper their recovery. That is good advice on the Himalayan salt, thanks!

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What you experienced with the yoga should be fine. As long as you aren't pushing the stretch or not feeling pain, then I wouldn't worry. It is something related to the energy movement. It could have been good, as yoga normally induces energy and a tingling feeling. Even if this was not the case, I doubt it is anything permanent or anything to worry about.

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Your condition should improve over the next few days and weeks by focusing on good food, good sleep, and exercise and yoga. Your primary focus should be on not masturbating too frequently, as like I explained above, this represents a loss of jing on the body, which is hard to make. The energy gained from the food and sleep would otherwise be "wasted" by too frequent jing loss.

I don't want to scare you away from sexual activity, as the orgasm itself is very useful, spiritually. It is just that in your case, your body is showing signs that it needs to slow down. I think you will start to feel better in these coming days if you can get a handle on that. Again, this is not permanent, and in the future, with all the things you do for yourself, physically and spiritually, you will be significantly stronger and healthier, and can engage in sex more frequently.

The ultimate solution to this, is to separate the orgasm from the ejaculation. It is certainly possible, it just takes some work. Once trained, then you wouldn't have to worry about infrequent sex. There are physical training methods, and there are also subconscious training methods, in the form of hypnosis tapes. I can link one I found, but didn't personally try, if this interest you.



Very good info and on masturbation. I'd save it. I didn't about in that depth.

Well. I got injected glucose with multivitamins in it....:(

Today, I woke up by a feeling In the bottom of my heart...felt like the pumping of blood.....then I drank coffee as I was feeling weak.....then...after a while I started feeling uneasy way more than I was feeling upon waking up. I walked and my heart started beating faster when I stood up..it felt scary...I felt like passing out...but then I drank that electrolytes dehydration solution for treating dehydration.....I felt fine within few mins. the heart rate was normal again

But I was scared and went to the hospital.....they injected glucose with multivitamins in it...

Which didn't help much but little..as that solution water did.

I hearrd these glucose..saline water cause kidney diseases...

Also got medicines prescribed :

1 syrup for fungal diastase n papain
2 provest capsules
3 rabeprazole sodium domperidone SR
4 nutraceutical

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Re: Low BP

Postby Blitzkreig » Fri Oct 09, 2020 7:11 pm

sahasrarabliss wrote:...


It sounds like they are giving you a lot of items for nutritional and digestive support. These should be ok to continue taking, and the conditions will improve on their own as your body heals and becomes energized on its own. I don't think any of those medicines, except #3 (rabeprazole sodium domperidone SR), are particularly bad for you. Only this one is a shitty treatment.

The rabeprazole is a medicine that reduces the amount of stomach acid you make, however the cause of heartburn or stomach upset is actually a weakened stomach, not the other way around. As the food stagnates, it results in heartburn and other indigestion symptoms. The yoga will help with this, as well as eating smaller, nourishing meals. Take the medicine if you want, but I would recommend coming off of it as soon as you feel better.

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I wouldn't worry too much about the glucose injection, as it was just a one time thing. I am unaware of their relationship to kidney disease, but you should be fine. The yoga and other aspects of good health will prevent you from getting kidney disease.

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It sounds like the coffee is hurting you. I would cease drinking it entirely, for now. I understand that you feel tired, so the proper solution is to schedule more time for sleep. Perhaps if you wake up and feel tired, lay in bed for a little longer. Otherwise, try eating a small meal or walking around or something to energize yourself. The energy that coffee gives you is not "free" energy.

In TCM, the kidneys/adrenals regulate the heart beat. In this case, the caffeine from the coffee weakened the kidneys by forcing them to give energy to the body. The weakened kidneys were then unable to control the heart, leading to it beating too fast and your mind racing. That was good that you had the intuition to drink your electrolyte solution. It sounds like that stuff works well for you, I would keep taking it.

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I think if you continue with all the items that promote good health: yoga, moderate exercise, good diet, proper sleep, and proper frequency of sexual activity, then your condition will start to readily improve. In your case, I think the excessive masturbation was the biggest strain on your kidneys, and so I think the solution lies in regulating this.

When I used to read the "nofap" forums on reddit, a lot of people reported symptoms like this with the heart, fatigue, anxious thoughts, feeling unwell and so on being cured. This is because the kidneys relate to all these things. The kidneys also directly support all other organs in the body, and they regulate the heart, so this will help your heart feelings as well.

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An important note that must always be said is that sexual orgasm is beneficial for the chakras and energy circulation. Christians and other New Age people claim you should never ejaculate (which will cause a sacral chakra blockage), but rather you just have to make sure you are not doing it too much, as the ejaculation specifically can strain the kidneys. Some people can handle it better than others, and you will be able to handle it better in the future as your general health improves.
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Re: Low BP

Postby sahasrarabliss » Sat Oct 10, 2020 2:28 pm

Thanks. I'd read your reply again by tomorrow morning carefully.
I took that rapzi tablet today and got ache on solar plexes area when I push my chest out and when I stand straight, it aches mildly as if that area is swollen...like a muscle ache.

Won't take it. Only 3 tablet for 3 days. Took one.

Good news is , I'm feeling fine now. Yeah I masturbated two days ago... That's why this condition in the yesterday morning.

Now when I aroused myself , then I didn't ejaculate...then I stood up...I felt weak...as if I was having low BP.

Another good news is i think my far eye sight myopia is cured a little....

But how do I get rid of this negative thought of heart surgery...I don't wanna talk about it...shit. idk why I get attached to one thought... I'm air dominant though... because I'm not keeping myself busy and do not have a busy social life.

Sorry for bad English...when I'm lazy my english is like this.like a toddler.


Blitzkreig wrote:
sahasrarabliss wrote:...


It sounds like they are giving you a lot of items for nutritional and digestive support. These should be ok to continue taking, and the conditions will improve on their own as your body heals and becomes energized on its own. I don't think any of those medicines, except #3 (rabeprazole sodium domperidone SR), are particularly bad for you. Only this one is a shitty treatment.

The rabeprazole is a medicine that reduces the amount of stomach acid you make, however the cause of heartburn or stomach upset is actually a weakened stomach, not the other way around. As the food stagnates, it results in heartburn and other indigestion symptoms. The yoga will help with this, as well as eating smaller, nourishing meals. Take the medicine if you want, but I would recommend coming off of it as soon as you feel better.

--------------------------------------

I wouldn't worry too much about the glucose injection, as it was just a one time thing. I am unaware of their relationship to kidney disease, but you should be fine. The yoga and other aspects of good health will prevent you from getting kidney disease.

--------------------------------------

It sounds like the coffee is hurting you. I would cease drinking it entirely, for now. I understand that you feel tired, so the proper solution is to schedule more time for sleep. Perhaps if you wake up and feel tired, lay in bed for a little longer. Otherwise, try eating a small meal or walking around or something to energize yourself. The energy that coffee gives you is not "free" energy.

In TCM, the kidneys/adrenals regulate the heart beat. In this case, the caffeine from the coffee weakened the kidneys by forcing them to give energy to the body. The weakened kidneys were then unable to control the heart, leading to it beating too fast and your mind racing. That was good that you had the intuition to drink your electrolyte solution. It sounds like that stuff works well for you, I would keep taking it.

--------------------------------------

I think if you continue with all the items that promote good health: yoga, moderate exercise, good diet, proper sleep, and proper frequency of sexual activity, then your condition will start to readily improve. In your case, I think the excessive masturbation was the biggest strain on your kidneys, and so I think the solution lies in regulating this.

When I used to read the "nofap" forums on reddit, a lot of people reported symptoms like this with the heart, fatigue, anxious thoughts, feeling unwell and so on being cured. This is because the kidneys relate to all these things. The kidneys also directly support all other organs in the body, and they regulate the heart, so this will help your heart feelings as well.

--------------------------------------

An important note that must always be said is that sexual orgasm is beneficial for the chakras and energy circulation. Christians and other New Age people claim you should never ejaculate (which will cause a sacral chakra blockage), but rather you just have to make sure you are not doing it too much, as the ejaculation specifically can strain the kidneys. Some people can handle it better than others, and you will be able to handle it better in the future as your general health improves.


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