Consequences After Stopping Steroids - Positives & Negatives

Consequences After Stopping Steroids – Positives & Negatives

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I’ve gotten a lot of questions about steroids and one of the biggest ones being, “What are the consequences after stopping steroids?” Basically, what happens short and long-term? Good and bad… positives and negatives? And to begin with – why should you listen to me? Well, my doctorate degree is in pharmacology and endocrinology. Pharmacology […]

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Lower Your Blood Pressure & Live Longer

How To Promote Healthy Blood Pressure & Live Longer

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I want to get right to the point with today’s topic – if you want to live a healthier and longer life, you MUST have healthy blood pressure. It must be below 120/80 mm/Hg. This is because “elevated” blood pressure is a primary cause of: Heart problems Cardiovascular problems Kidney problems  Memory, and cognitive problems … […]

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Memory Loss Linked To Unhealthy Blood Pressure – New Harvard Study

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About 3-4 years ago, my dad’s memory was getting really bad and he was complaining about it often. It’s odd because my dad has a really good memory – unlike me. Now, the last time he complained about being forgetful, was when he was taking statin cholesterol-lowering drugs back in 1998. So that was a […]

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#1 Food That Can Cause Unhealthy Blood Pressure

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If you didn’t already know, at least ⅓ of US adults have blood pressure problems.1  And having blood pressure problems is one of the leading causes of heart problems.1 Most people, including doctors, mistakenly consume less salt to support healthy blood pressure. However, low-salt diets typically don’t make much of a difference. What does make […]

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The Scary Truth About Blood Pressure Symptoms

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Today’s question is from Rose and she asks: “How do you I know if I have blood pressure problems?… I think lately I’ve had it because I’ve been having headaches. How can I have healthy BP naturally?” So here’s the truth — unless you take your blood pressure readings multiple times a day for a […]

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WARNING: Painkillers Cause Blood Pressure Problems, Especially In Women

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Most of us, when something hurts, simply pop a couple of pain killers and don’t give it a second thought. A headache, joint pain, muscle pain from working out, menstrual pain, and so forth. However, recent research has found a direct connection between blood pressure levels and the use of non-aspirin painkillers – such as […]

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