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The lads are right about the Telmisartan. I should of also suggested that, but I misunderstood the thing you mentioned about your doctor, and I didn’t know at all it was available via Medmate etc either or even from some UGL suppliers. I don’t think is guaranteed to make you dizzy, you could always try it on your day off to be safe.
I’m gonna take readings 3x a day for the next 2 weeks , collect the data
Go to a doctor and not tell him I’m on anything just give him the facts and see what he says
I will also donate some blood I havnt done that for 11 months
Telmistartan is on the cards

I just know someone who just got prescribed propranolol and where told they could take it as they needed it , it seems to just spike during the day so that tells me it could be stress related ?
 
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Does it spike during the day or is it constantly elevated during the day?
At this stage it appears to be elevated all day, when I sleep it goes down as it’s with in healthy range when I first wake up, then up it goes
When I go back to my room at night and chill out I can get it back to about 132…
So it looks like it’s soon as my day begins it goes right up then when it’s over it goes down ,
It’s elevated for about 12 hours a day
 
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At this stage it appears to be elevated all day, when I sleep it goes down as it’s with in healthy range when I first wake up, then up it goes
When I go back to my room at night and chill out I can get it back to about 132…
So it looks like it’s soon as my day begins it goes right up then when it’s over it goes down ,
It’s elevated for about 12 hours a day
Yeah exactly the same as I was.

Telmisartan bro. Take it in the morning when you start your day, start with 40mg but you will probably need 80mg tbh with those numbers.

it doesn’t work instantly so give it time.

I’m not sure on your age or your doctors knowledge of your ped use but mine was not helpful at all.
 
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Yeah exactly the same as I was.

Telmisartan bro. Take it in the morning when you start your day, start with 40mg but you will probably need 80mg tbh with those numbers.

it doesn’t work instantly so give it time.

I’m not sure on your age or your doctors knowledge of your ped use but mine was not helpful at all.
Yeh last time I went about 6 months ago I told the doc and he said if I want to kill myself he won’t help me , I said cheers cunt have basically ignored it since then

So this new doctor I’ve got my eye on I heard him walk into the pharmacist and ask if the Tesosterone has arrived ,
I go ohhh I’ll take some of that and he gave me a cheeky chuckle so he might be all good.

I havnt got access to a pharmacy for a few weeks still anyway so I’m gonna use this time to collect data

I wasn’t gonna tell him tho unless he asked … if he doesn’t give it to me I’ll take the matter into my own hands and go through the site you have suggested and run 40mg a day 👊

Is the site you suggested does it provide an E script or do they post the product to you ?

Thanks for to ur help
 
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  1. Leafy Greens: Spinach, kale, collard greens, and Swiss chard are rich in potassium, which helps regulate blood pressure.
  2. Berries: Blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries contain flavonoids that can help dilate blood vessels, contributing to lower blood pressure.
  3. Beets: High in nitric oxide, beets can help relax blood vessels and improve blood flow, thereby lowering blood pressure.
  4. Oats: Whole grains like oats are rich in fiber, which can help reduce blood pressure by improving heart health and lowering cholesterol levels.
  5. Bananas: High in potassium, bananas are beneficial for maintaining healthy blood pressure levels.
  6. Garlic: Known for its cardiovascular benefits, garlic can help relax blood vessels and lower blood pressure.
  7. Fatty Fish: Salmon, mackerel, and sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which have been linked to reduced blood pressure levels.
  8. Pomegranates: Pomegranate juice contains antioxidants and can help lower blood pressure and improve overall heart health.
  9. Legumes: Beans, lentils, and peas are high in fiber and protein, contributing to lower blood pressure.
  10. Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, walnuts, flaxseeds, and chia seeds are rich in magnesium and healthy fats, which can help manage blood pressure.
Incorporating these foods into a balanced diet can complement other lifestyle changes to help lower blood pressure. Remember, individual responses to foods may vary, so it's essential to maintain a diverse and healthy diet.
or just take Telmisartan lol
 
  1. Leafy Greens: Spinach, kale, collard greens, and Swiss chard are rich in potassium, which helps regulate blood pressure.
  2. Berries: Blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries contain flavonoids that can help dilate blood vessels, contributing to lower blood pressure.
  3. Beets: High in nitric oxide, beets can help relax blood vessels and improve blood flow, thereby lowering blood pressure.
  4. Oats: Whole grains like oats are rich in fiber, which can help reduce blood pressure by improving heart health and lowering cholesterol levels.
  5. Bananas: High in potassium, bananas are beneficial for maintaining healthy blood pressure levels.
  6. Garlic: Known for its cardiovascular benefits, garlic can help relax blood vessels and lower blood pressure.
  7. Fatty Fish: Salmon, mackerel, and sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which have been linked to reduced blood pressure levels.
  8. Pomegranates: Pomegranate juice contains antioxidants and can help lower blood pressure and improve overall heart health.
  9. Legumes: Beans, lentils, and peas are high in fiber and protein, contributing to lower blood pressure.
  10. Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, walnuts, flaxseeds, and chia seeds are rich in magnesium and healthy fats, which can help manage blood pressure.
Incorporating these foods into a balanced diet can complement other lifestyle changes to help lower blood pressure. Remember, individual responses to foods may vary, so it's essential to maintain a diverse and healthy diet.
or just take Telmisartan lol
A lot of what make these plants healthy is also in N2Guard (in isolated and or standardized extract forms). But, as often as not, members are NOT getting in enough vegetables and greens etc. More so if they eat a typical bodybuilders diet (rice n chicken etc).
 
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