My blood pressure has spiked and it is resisting treatment. Again. This is not awesome. It isn’t high enough to go to the ER or not it’s getting there. I simply now experienced an almost normal reading finally. I have talked to my primary care physician about these spikes, these attacks, and they have been no help.
It’s a case of ‘I didn’t view it so it didn’t happen’ medical care. Kind of bizarre if you ask me because hypertension is quite typical, this isn’t weird adrenal stuff why the brick wall? Yeah, doctors say they want to partner with patients and they say that they would like to listen, but what actually happens is I’m left to deal with high blood pressure by myself.
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It’s going to take an ER visit at this rate for anyone but me to pay attention. 2. I am having issues with Dr. alternative’s superfood vegan bias. I say low-carb and they picture bacon. For the record, I eat broccoli a whole great deal for lunchtime right now. Just broccoli with a little bit of butter and some Parmesan cheese.
Yesterday I had formed broccoli with hummus. Tonight will be pesto with zucchini noodles Dinner, chicken and broccoli. For the love of preventing diabetes, please be aware all the fricking fracking vegetables there and the utter insufficient bacon. It’s very difficult to utilize a person who perceives one to be only consuming processed meats. I eat my chia seed products.
I puree spinach and blueberries. Stop with the vegan bias already! 4. Food allergy symptoms. I read an interesting article in the waiting room in a few type of medical journal for alternative medicine. This article was written by a board-certified doctor and it was about how hormone disruptions can impact food allergy symptoms specifically for patients with estrogen dominance. I thought that was very interesting. Unfortunately, changing the progesterone lacking in my system have not improved my reactions to wheat, tomatoes or peppers. In fact, everything got worse. However the article did explain that skin testing does not always produce a response in patients with hormonally powered allergies.
I thought that was interesting considering I am actually likely to be having some pores and skin testing done sometime in February. I am not too worried about food allergy symptoms except that I just need to find out what my risk is and whether or not I want an epi-pen, because wheat does affect my breathing.
The other thing that’s interesting about the hormone reference to food allergy symptoms is it leads to the idea of sort of cyclic sensitivity. With tomatoes and peppers, sometimes I can eat them just fine and then other times they make me very unwell with heartburn symptoms. Sometimes the raw food multivitamin I take that has pepper and tomato extract in it is okay, sometimes it really bothers my stomach and I cannot take it. I wonder if it relates to my hormone levels in as soon as? Hey I dictated the majority of this post!