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Reversing High Blood Pressure

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by Limpei, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. Limpei

    Limpei Rookie Biohacker

    My family has a nanny who has been with us for 20yrs+.

    She has high blood pressure, and I want to reverse this out.

    What we have done:
    Shifted towards and Epi-Paleo diet on Dr K's advise through the blog.
    Have already chopped down initial type 2 diabetes with this shift.
    Got a magnetico for her.
    Cut wifi @ home.
    Changing our lights away from flourescence to warm lighting (looking for 1800K, but damn hard to find @ 220v). Low lighting at night. Follow the circadian cycle.
    Supplementing with Vit D for now as well, 4,000 IU/day.
    Trace minerals like magnesium, etc.

    Plan to do:
    I will get her on the Leptin Reset.
    Brussel sprouts + other higher cystein foods for glutathion production.
    More sun, more fish (DHA).
    Getting tan through clothing, to increase sun-intake.
    I'm thinking of getting her to use an Infra-red lamp as well.
    In a nutshell, I think the problem is too much protons and insufficient electrons.

    What else should I do?

    Thank you very much for the input.
  2. Huck

    Huck Silver

    Grounding. In addition to adding electrons, it reduces blood viscosity.
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    High blood pressure is a lack of sunlight , low D3 and a poor vitamin A cycle in the eye and brain.

    Intensive lowering of systolic blood pressure could prevent 107,500 premature deaths per year. what lowers Blood Pressure? SUNLIGHT does via multiple mechanisms. The first way is via the release of NO in the skin which allows for the blood to get irradiated by the sun via dermal pooling. 40-60% of your blood volume moves toward the sun with this effect assuming you have no clothes or sunblock on. The second way sunlight lowers BP is via the renin angiotensin system. Sunlight raises Vitamin D3 in the skin and blood plasma and this directly effects the inhibition of renin activity in the kidney to control blood pressure centrally. The vitamin D3 and sunlight axis works via calcium signaling and this gives the endocrine system potentially bidirectional and stimulatory relationship between aldosterone and parathyroid hormone. Most modern humans have lost this bidirectional control because of clothing, sun block, and an indoor existence and this is why high blood pressure is now a global epidemic. There has been increasing evidence in the literature of a clinically relevant interplay between the renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system and calcium-regulatory systems. I'd like to remind you all that calcium regulation is LOST in environments with excessive chronic nnEMF exposure. This alone SHOULD CAUSE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE but this linkage is not well known in clinical medicine and IT SHOULD BE. High blood pressure is a known measure of POOR REDOX. Classically, the calcium second messenger system is considered THE KEY regulator of sodium and volume homeostasis in many parts of the cell, while the latter is most often associated with skeletal health. There is emerging evidence suggests an overlap in regulatory control in both systems. Hyperaldosteronism and hyperparathyroidism represent pathophysiologic conditions that may contribute to or perpetuate each other; aldosterone regulates parathyroid hormone and associates with adverse skeletal complications, and parathyroid hormone regulates aldosterone and associates with adverse cardiovascular complications like high blood pressure. As dysregulation in both systems is linked to poor cardiovascular and skeletal health, it is increasingly important to fully characterize how they interact to more precisely understand their impact on human health and potential therapies to modulate these interactions. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releas...al&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
  4. Limpei

    Limpei Rookie Biohacker

    Thank you very much Dr Kruse.

    I'll get tan-through clothing pronto, and get cracking on how to implement the Redox Rx as well.

    Already got her to increase sun exposure. Will add the grounding bit.
    As easy as taking shoes off.
  5. Limpei

    Limpei Rookie Biohacker

    Thanks too Huck
  6. Theka

    Theka Gold

    What about high blood pressure in a 40yr old guy, loads of ink, living in North Carolina but not an outdoor type. I assume life of everything we don't need but his bp just measured 197/130 and no family history of high blood pressure. Is this just a clusterfuck result of his life choices?
  7. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    My dad diagnosed with blood pressure at his 40s. He is now 58 and he takes pill to stabalize it. His dad(my grandfather) died at age 75y in 1993 because of high BP. My family didn't know about blood pressure those days and they only found out later when he died. My dad told me that my grandfather had symptoms like feeling dizzy all the time and he always wanted his family to rip his ears for the blood to flow. But still didn't guess it was a high BP. I don't think my dad inherited it from his dad but because of the modern life at late 90s, clothing, less sun exposure, living more indoors and watching tv, fake light(even though was better back then) and he gained wait.
    So now finding out that I have VDRtaq +\+, if I stay in Cyprus, I will probably have this problem later in life.
  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    not true
  9. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    am mistaken then thats good. I am still going to the tropics.
  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    homocysteine=<8 µmol/L

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