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Blood pressure crack ?

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seagull

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That's great! Big sighs of relief all round!!

(how's that for a short post!?!)
 
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For people with heart problems who need to constantly monitor their parameters, like diastolic and systolic pressure, pulse rate, and irregular heartbeat detection, it is very important to find a high-quality and high-precision device. And if the blood pressure monitor will have a compact size and portable design, it provides reliable service in any environment, whether you are at home, working, or away on vacation. How to make the right choice among variants of portable blood pressure monitors?
 
spar

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Ive been Grounded.

No flying until i pass a blood pressure test. This morning it was 140 / 100. The doc says he took into account the anxiety of being in for the medical ( all pilots fear their medicals pushing up the Bp )

I'm 36 , 185cm and 110 KG. prolly 5 kg too much in my opinion of when i look and feel the best, but if you consult the BMI indexes, I should be 84 KG. NO way.

I far exceed the other average lung test, Hearing test, sight tests and ECG parameters etc

Next wednesday i am being monitored with a device that i have to wear for 24 hours. The black box is worn on my belt and records the BP every 20 minutes. The data is then analysed. If i fail this, i'm grounded until i get it right.

What can i do to crash my BP leading up to and especially for the 24 hour test ? I need an instant, over the counter "crack" for this thing. I cannot afford to fail this.

What can i do long term to keep this stable. ?

I dont eat much salt at all but do eat plenty ( prolly excessive) red meat, chicken, and dairy products and salads. I also am the most stressed person in the world workwise.

Thanks.

Skin.
and i have 240/120 and heart rate 36 and i am diving
 
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