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How can i stop Metoprolol and Telmisartan safely without side-effects?

A: Hi, I am not a doctor nor pretend to be one at all, just a caring individual.- Regardless of whether or not you are on medication for your high blood pressure, changes to diet, lifestyle and environment - as well as holistic therapies - can significantly enhance your improvement and increase the effectiveness of your current treatments. There are several simple dietary changes and supplements that can significantly lower your blood pressure and improve your health. By avoiding certain foods and additives and increasing your intake of fiber and certain vitamins and minerals, you can see an improvement in your health and hypertension in as little as two weeks. Keep in mind that some herbal supplements interact poorly with medications or other supplements, so -...


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Have You Gotten Your Flu Shot Yet?

A: I never get it. Iíve never gotten the flu. Iíve been around many people who have had it, even my own sister, but I donít seem to contract it.. I avoid the shots because I think they are not good to get at least for me. I have discovered that every year I get the shot I get the flu and most years I donít get the shot I donít get the flu. If you eat right, keep your health up, exercise, etcÖ then chances are you wonít get the flu. If your health is bad and you are often sick then I would say get the flu shot.. Nope, I canít remeber the last time I had a flu shot.. I donít get flu shots. I havenít had the flu since I was in primary school (when I used to get them twice a year: mid-autumn and then again around the holidaysÖ bleh.). Yes, I have had my flu shot.. Scam! No, and I never will. I...


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Is there a non-medical solution to high blood pressure?

A: weight loss,limit sodium in your diet,stop smoking,reduce fat in diet,reduce stress in your life,unfortunately hypertension is in your genes,if parents have it most likely you''ll end up with it sooner or later diet and exercise is a major part of reducing your high blood pressure..my doctor also said that eating celery helps to keep it lowered.. Yes, walking helps a bunch. eliminate the sodium intake. 1) Stress reduction 2) lower sodium [salt] intake 3) Weight loss EXERCISE: Most authorities have concluded that 30 to 40 minutes of concerted aerobic exercise three to four times per week is effective in controlling moderate levels of hypertension. © DIET: If you can move to or towards the vegetarian type diet you...


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Restless Legs Syndrome - Hi, I have a question about RLS. Is it related to Charley Horses? I woke up

A: 11 Feb 2012 Hi Again Martha, I don''t know anything about Reglan, or magnesium/zinc. But I was also getting screaming pains in my feet and legs. I tried Flexeril and Baclofen at separate times. Both seemed to help, but not eliminate the problem. I did find a solution. Someone recommend I take 1000 mg of Vit C at night with dinner. I was quite skeptical, but also in urgent need of help. It has totally worked. I still take 1 of either a Flexeril or a Baclofen. But I give credit to the Vit C. I wonder if this is a symptom of scurvy. I have to look up scurvy some night. Votes:+0CommentVote upReport pup676711 Feb 2012 Hi Martha... muscle cramps or "charley horses" are not related to RLS. Yes, Reglan does cause restlessness, not only of the legs but everywhere. Muscle cramps are not...


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How To get rid of the bloating and puffy feet and legs

A: Hello daycap and welcome to HealingWell. That bloating is ascites. Are you taking diuretics? If not that should help with some of the water retention. Also with cutting back on your fluid intake some. Did your doctor refer you to a hepotologist? You really need to see a specialist for this disease. It''s a scary disease for sure, but you need to start taking action now. Please read our educational post in the resource thread at the top of our forum. It has a lot of good information... Take care and welcome again........thoughts and prayers..........Daycap, I also want to welcome you to the forum.  PG gave you some good info and advice.  You probably should be on a diuretic if you are not now.  If you ARE on one, you may need to increase the dosage.  I have hep C,...


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oral lichen planus

A: Hello Sue, Here are some things you might try. Alkalize the body. Minerals - Like Mineral Chi Tonic Probioics - like Probiotic 11 Enzymes - like Proactazyme plus A natural oral steroid you can take is Yucca. I would also wash the mouth with Silver Shield 1 teaspoon 2 x a day. I would focus on eating lots of low glycemic fruits and veggetables. Especially Green Vegetables. I would cut out ALL artifical sweenters. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Has the doctor said anything about this being auto immune? If so I would add Licorice Root ATC Concentrate if there is no issue with High Blood Pressure. I think the key here is to balance the body"s pH and get the stress out of your life, if that is an issues. To learn more...


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What Causes Nocturnal Leg Cramps?

A: Usually people associate leg cramps with the term ''charley-horse,'' which are painful sensations of tightness and tension in the muscles of the leg. There are three primary areas where uncomfortable cramping may occur. These are the calf, the foot, and the thigh. Nocturnal leg cramps are muscle pains that occur during the night when a person is sleeping, causing sleep disturbances that may ultimately ruin a good night''s sleep. Although they may occur simultaneously with other sleep disorders, nocturnal leg cramps do not have a causal link to any known underlying medical disorders. They predominantly affect the elderly and pregnant women, two groups that tend to have relatively poor blood circulation in the limbs. Taking a step further back, nocturnal leg cramps are found in middle-aged...
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Is it true that bannanas are very good for the heart?

A: Bannanas aren''t but BANANAS are. They are high in potassium. I''m not sure they''re beneficial, but they certainly won''t hurt. A diet of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean meats is good for the heart. yes bananas are good for your health because it dosen''t contain sugar,sallt and etc. Bananas contain potassium which is required for heart function (potassium is needed for the electrical activity of the heart). Don''t overdo it though, one a day should be fine. If heart disease runs in your family try to eat a healthy diet and get some exercise. I don''t know how old you are but a baby aspirin a day is also beneficial in reducing the risk of heart attacks (ask your doctor first). Bananas contain

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I been taking levaquin for infection of prostate, Blood sugar has become unstable, higher pulse rate

A: 3 Jul 2011 I am sorry no one has answered your question yet. Holiday weekends can be a little slow around here. I dont know if the Levaquin could be causing your problem. My husband is disabetic, & takes Levaquin for many years without problemsThe having no drive would be having a blood infection. Until that is under contreol you will not have much energy. I have listed what I found about Levaquin, which you can do by looking it up in Druags A to Z above.:Important information about Levaquin You should not use Levaquin if you have a history of myasthenia gravis, or if you are allergic to levofloxacin or similar antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin (Cipro), gemifloxacin (Factive), moxifloxacin (Avelox), ofloxacin (Floxin), norfloxacin (Noroxin), and others. ...


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drowning question

A: at what stage? . Immersion artefacts occur in any corpse immersed in water, irrespective of whether death was from drowning or the person was dead on entering the water. Therefore, immersion artefacts do not contribute to proof of death by drowning. However, such artefacts are typically the most striking findings in a body recovered from water. These immersion artefacts include: goose-skin, or anserina cutis, which is roughening, or pimpling of the skin, skin maceration, or washer-woman"s skin, which is swelling and wrinkling of the skin, and adipocere, which is the transformation of the fatty layer beneath the skin into a soap-like material - a process requiring many weeks or months. 2. Corpses in water always lie with the face down and with the head hanging. Buffeting in the...
 
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