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I don't know this cardiologist and whether what he says is true but it's worth considering taking an extra moment when you get out of bed. He might be right!





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My name is Anderson I am a cardiologist. A very important warning for those who wake up at night to go to the bathroom...


You must be careful and use the "One-and-a-Half-minute law" which is scientifically proven. By waking up suddenly for one's physiological needs normally, we often hear that someone "was well in good health and died suddenly during the night without reason. “


The most likely reason is that when that person woke up to go to the bathroom, he/she got up from bed in a hurry, but the brain needs greater blood flow, for having rested, causing a state of fainting and that is when the stroke happens. It is recommended to learn the "One-and-a-Half-minute law" that can save your life
When you wake up to go to the bathroom, you must first: Lay for 30 seconds after waking up and then sit up in bed for 30 more seconds lowering your legs quietly and sit like that for another 30 seconds " and only then get up to go to the bathroom.
With these steps the chances are gigantic to survive a sudden stroke, regardless of age...
Share with all your family and friends. Remember that you can save yours and the lives of many people sharing this information...
Prevention is better than healing *

Arterial Pressure
▶ 120/80 normal
▶ 130/85 normal
(requires control)
▶ 140/90 high
▶ 150/95 very high

Heartbeat per minute
72 BPM (Default)
60 to 80 BPM (normal)
40 to 180 BPM (abnormal)
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Compatibility of blood groups … What's your blood type and how common is it?

O+ (1 IN 3)
A+ (1 IN 3)
B+ (1 in 12)
Ab+ (1 in 29)
O-(1 in 15)
A-(1 in 16)
B-(1 in 67)
AB-(1 in 167)

Water effect - About the body - We know that water is important but you never knew the right time to drink!
Did you know? Drinking water in the correct time maximizes the effectiveness of the human body;

1 Glass of water after waking up, helps activate internal organs...

1 Glass of water 30 minutes before meal helps digestion.

1 Glass of water before showering helps lower blood pressure.

1 Glass of water Before sleeping avoids stroke or heart attack.



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This guy is talking about what is called an “orthostatic hypotension”. In layman terms, it’s a sudden drop of one’s blood pressure caused by changing a body’s position. What he suggests is a temporary fix that can prevent a syncopal episode, but the root of the problem is with an underlying condition. The main issue won’t be resolved, it’s just a temporary plug meant to prevent the fainting from happening.

An ischemic stroke isn’t something that occurs out of thin air, but is rather caused by problems with hemodynamic stability. And the main contributor isn’t one’s age, but the overall well-being of the cardiovascular system.

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Had a TIA a couple of years ago. By the time I got to the emergency room, my BP was something like 205/90. Wouldn't let me fly home for several days. Today, it's normal all day with slight meds. Changed a lot after a second stent a couple of months ago. Surprising the effects, in my case can't quite swallow correctly so get particles of food going the wrong way sometimes. Subtle, but likely part of my chronic breathing problems, further complicated by missing back top teeth from necrosis of the jaw from cancer radiation. That means I can't quite chew thoroughly and get particles stuck in my throat and sinus. What fun.

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But seriously, don't ignore BP readings. Mine were low most of my life, then started rising a little higher every 6 months or so. The TIA happened in front of a room full of doctors. If it had happened at home, I might have laid down and ignored it. Then Bye Bye DRT.

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Had a reaction to an allergy shot. Got back in a couple of minutes to the doctor's office. I was red from head to toe and BP was very high. Couldn't give me medication until the BP went down as the epinephrine would raise the BP. Daughter was called up from the clinic where she worked. Said I looked bad. BTW, quit the shots.
As to Harry's original thread, just wet the bed! I would then move over to the wife's side.
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As a person with a slightly bad ticker. If you are on an aspirin regiment (80mg) take it at night before you go to bed. Over 50% of heart attacks happen in your sleep. Hence the term Waking-Up-Dead.

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Drinking all that water would have me up about every two hours...like last night. They say see your doctor twice a year. So you get killed in a car accident on the way to see the doctor!

Reminds me of the story of two old guys talking.
"I empty my bladder at 6 AM every morning. I have a bowel movement at 6:30 AM."
"So what's wrong with that?"
"I don't get up until 7 AM."
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I don't know this cardiologist and whether what he says is true but it's worth considering taking an extra moment when you get out of bed. He might be right!





EXCELLENT INFO

My name is Anderson I am a cardiologist. A very important warning for those who wake up at night to go to the bathroom...


You must be careful and use the "One-and-a-Half-minute law" which is scientifically proven. By waking up suddenly for one's physiological needs normally, we often hear that someone "was well in good health and died suddenly during the night without reason. “


The most likely reason is that when that person woke up to go to the bathroom, he/she got up from bed in a hurry, but the brain needs greater blood flow, for having rested, causing a state of fainting and that is when the stroke happens. It is recommended to learn the "One-and-a-Half-minute law" that can save your life
When you wake up to go to the bathroom, you must first: Lay for 30 seconds after waking up and then sit up in bed for 30 more seconds lowering your legs quietly and sit like that for another 30 seconds " and only then get up to go to the bathroom.
With these steps the chances are gigantic to survive a sudden stroke, regardless of age...
Share with all your family and friends. Remember that you can save yours and the lives of many people sharing this information...
Prevention is better than healing *

Arterial Pressure
▶ 120/80 normal
▶ 130/85 normal
(requires control)
▶ 140/90 high
▶ 150/95 very high

Heartbeat per minute
72 BPM (Default)
60 to 80 BPM (normal)
40 to 180 BPM (abnormal)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Compatibility of blood groups … What's your blood type and how common is it?

O+ (1 IN 3)
A+ (1 IN 3)
B+ (1 in 12)
Ab+ (1 in 29)
O-(1 in 15)
A-(1 in 16)
B-(1 in 67)
AB-(1 in 167)

Water effect - About the body - We know that water is important but you never knew the right time to drink!
Did you know? Drinking water in the correct time maximizes the effectiveness of the human body;

1 Glass of water after waking up, helps activate internal organs...

1 Glass of water 30 minutes before meal helps digestion.

1 Glass of water before showering helps lower blood pressure.

1 Glass of water Before sleeping avoids stroke or heart attack.



When someone shares something important with you, take advantage of this and share with more people.

At my age, if I waited that long, I might wet the bed............LOL....

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Got it covered. Went for a follow up at my family practice. During the visit the PA asked if I ever had to go during the night. I said yes, then she asked how many times I got up. You should have seen her face when I answered never. I then took pity on her and explained that with my back and knees, I would just lay there for a moment or two, then turn over, swing around, sit up, and then use a urine jug. Then sit for a moment or so, before laying down again. Believe me, my back and knees thank me for that every time. Realistically, I start using the jug before I even go to bed - I sit on the side of the bed and take my inhalants before going to bed, and often have to go while doing that, so it's jug time.

I actually have 3 jugs. Got 1 when I had my colon resection, and kept it. Later, when my back started acting up, started using it. Got it pretty full a time or 2, and would have to get up and empty it, then empty it again in the morning. So got another. Then every once in a great while would fill the 2 of them and have to get up in the middle of the night again. So, got a 3d, and that is very seldom used, but so glad I have it. Now I can wait for morning to actually get up and go to the bathroom. I highly recommend jugs if it is an effort to get up.

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Since I started having to use a CPAP machine (or lose my driver’s license) I almost never have to get up and pee during the night. It is an odd side effect they have.
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Since I started having to use a CPAP machine (or lose my driver’s license) I almost never have to get up and pee during the night. It is an odd side effect they have.
You must have a different brand of CPAP than I have then, because mine sure doesn't have that effect with me.
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