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Re: Using Blood pressure as a key indicator?
 
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Re: Using Blood pressure as a key indicator?


You are a big picture thinker and make connections, I can tell. I can only tell you what I would do--and that is I would not completely overhaul my life for what a bp machine says. Especially if a high reading for you is 145/90 which some years ago wasn't even borderline high(read an earlier posting I made questioning whether we can trust these new numbers or are they just to peddle drugs?) Stress shoots my bp way up, even a hot political argument which I increasingly avoid because they are counter-productive. Yet if a life style overhaul means more outside time, more time for reflection, etc.that sounds like positive change. I, for one, wouldn't(and don't) let numbers on a bp machine be my dictator. I like to write, and when the bp is down, I have no inspiration. You figure.// Sorry the Sea Salt doesn't work for you--you are clearly salt sensitive. You seem like a reasonable person to even raise such a question. It was a good one.//
 

 
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