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Atrial fibrillation

Submitted by jarek on Sun, 04/17/2011 - 12:36pm

Discussions about low blood pressure provoked me to think about atrial fibrilation. It's a condition in which heart sometimes beats too frequently and inefficiently which effects in lowering of the blood pressure. The lowering is so significant that it makes some direct dangers to peoples' lifes. And in many cases it's happening without being diagnosed or even noticed.

Stephen Gislason's Alpha Nutrition Program

Submitted by jarek on Sun, 04/11/2010 - 6:23am

Stephen Gislason (MD) seems to me to link the ancient medicine with the contemporary one. He believes food can be healing. Especially when one is getting posioned by food wich is not good for him. In other words he believes that food (and other) allergies can be responsible for most of unexplained diseases. I have bought his ideas.

let's go low... carb!

Submitted by jarek on Sun, 12/13/2009 - 4:27am

After unsuccessful trials of ayurvedic and related low fat eating style I decided to switch to low-carb diet. The main reason was that candida, which I suspect is persecuting me, can be starved with this eating style. Polish doctor Jan Kwasniewski explains that this diet is especially successful in fighting the Buerger disease. As weak blood circulation in feet, palms and eyes is correlated, this seems to be a good cure for glaucoma too. Maybe even more for pigmentary glaucoma which can be caused by weak iris, weak from insufficient blood supply.

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Submitted by jarek on Fri, 05/15/2009 - 12:18am

I guess that's the most suitable place to tell my story. So I'll put it piece by piece. It will be about pigmentary glaucoma.

Applying eyedrops my way

Submitted by jarek on Fri, 05/15/2009 - 12:06am

Hello to everyone with my first post. I'd like to pass big thanks to the founder(s) and maintainter(s) of this site (by the way: page lacks kind of "who we are" link). I'm happy to join your community. I hope I'll be able to give it as much as I can take from it.

I'm on low but frequent doses of pilocarpine for a few months. This drops show their effect in about 30 minutes, so it's easy to tell if they are working. So finding a way to make them work always wasn't very difficult.

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