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Tuesday, July 07, 2009 Brenda, Community Member, asks

Q: Vagus nerve and high blood pressure

I have experienced PAT and also have had high blood pressure and rapid heartbeat since peri-menopause. Can this be associated with a under stimulated Vagus Nerve ? And if so,.. how can I stimulate it naturally. I currently take toporol XL 100.

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Judy Vessely`, Community Member
6/23/14 9:18pm

I had uncontrolable hypertension for years. The MD's didn't know what was wrong, since none of the blood pressure medicines that I took regulated my blood pressure.

 

As a matter of fact bood pressure medices even affected my kidneys which caused the blood pressure to go higher.  I had fourteen whiplashes which affected the blood pressure.  The doctors didn't know.  Is the vegus nerve ever corrected?  Can a chiropractor help?

 

judyvessely@gmail.com

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By Brenda, Community Member— Last Modified: 06/23/14, First Published: 07/07/09