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Cialis/Tadalafil for lowering blood pressure? - 01-10-2014, 08:44 AM

Is anyone here using low dose Cialis/Tadalafil to help lower and keep their blood pressure at a reasonable level? If so, how much did it go down? How much are you using?

Would Carditone be a better/safer/more effective option? Please share results with either or both products. Thank you!
   
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get a blood pressure manometer and try both...don't eat fast food and stay calm!
   
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get a blood pressure manometer and try both...don't eat fast food and stay calm!
I have a bp monitor already, but I was really hoping someone with experience would chime in and save me some time and money. I'm working on the other 2 though. lol
   
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01-10-2014, 06:56 PM

Guanficine and water. Stay away from preWOs and kaffeine. But, you can eat as much salt you want. It is a myth that salt increases BP in healthy people.
   
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are you just worried or do you already have high blood pressure?
   
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chronic high blood pressure from a western diet is what causes congestive heart failure in everybody...it's gonna get us all it's just a matter of time...but fast food will speed up the process...first the right side of the heart starts to fail, that's when you get pedal edema and the doctor places you on diuretics such as lasix...then the kidneys freak out and start retaining water(this is when salt intake becomes a nightmare) then the left heart will fail called cor pulmonale...like I said, this gets everyone if pneumonia or a stoke or cancer doesn't get you first....but I still avoid fast food and never salt my food...but I also see people stroking out daily from a life of high blood pressure so I'm biased...I definitely wouldn't tell people they can eat as much salt as they want tho, that's just digging a early grave...

so take your bp daily and clean up your diet until your bp is normal....I JUST SAVED YOU MORE TIME AND MONEY THEN YOU COULD EVER IMAGINE...no magic pill necessary

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Ed drugs for BP? Never heard of that but i take 20mg pre workout...solid pump..
   
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chronic high blood pressure from a western diet is what causes congestive heart failure in everybody...it's gonna get us all it's just a matter of time...but fast food will speed up the process...first the right side of the heart starts to fail, that's when you get pedal edema and the doctor places you on diuretics such as lasix...the kidneys freak out and start retaining water(this is when salt intake becomes a nightmare) then the left heart will fail called cor pulmonale...like I said, this gets everyone if pneumonia or a stoke or cancer doesn't get you first
You think dyazide is better than lasix..
   
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Ed drugs for BP? Never heard of that but i take 20mg pre workout...solid pump..
For vaso-dialation, right?
   
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are you just worried or do you already have high blood pressure?
It gets pretty high even on low doses.
   
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You think dyazide is better than lasix..
I think lasix is more effective but will lower your K+ I don't think dyazide is a loop diuretic so it doesn't deplete potassium...99% of all the medication lists I see for people are furosemide...they may take dyazide in combination but the go to diruetic is lasix for CHF...and it could just be cost related, I'd have to ask a pharmacist or cardiologist
   
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It gets pretty high even on low doses.
any significant medical history? like anything at all? what do you do for a living?
   
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chronic high blood pressure from a western diet is what causes congestive heart failure in everybody...it's gonna get us all it's just a matter of time...but fast food will speed up the process...first the right side of the heart starts to fail, that's when you get pedal edema and the doctor places you on diuretics such as lasix...then the kidneys freak out and start retaining water(this is when salt intake becomes a nightmare) then the left heart will fail called cor pulmonale...like I said, this gets everyone if pneumonia or a stoke or cancer doesn't get you first....but I still avoid fast food and never salt my food...but I also see people stroking out daily from a life of high blood pressure so I'm biased...I definitely wouldn't tell people they can eat as much salt as they want tho, that's just digging a early grave...

so take your bp daily and clean up your diet until your bp is normal....I JUST SAVED YOU MORE TIME AND MONEY THEN YOU COULD EVER IMAGINE...no magic pill necessary
I'm not looking for a "magic pill", but if I can use something that will benefit me in multiple ways and improve my quality of life - then I'm going to learn all I can about it before diving in headfirst.
   
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any significant medical history? like anything at all? what do you do for a living?
Work has been minimal and money is scarce. I know this contributes to my problems. Anxiety, stress and insomnia ( I believe) are causing my major medical issues. Good to see guys looking in the proper direction to help others! Makes it easier to trust the advice on here.
   
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high blood pressure is more brain bleeds, CHF, aortic aneurisms...high cholesterol is more heart attack, stroke, pulmonary embolism (bloodclot
in head, heart, or lungs)

high blood pressure is from chronic high blood volume from chronic high salt intake (bad diet) or possibly combo with polycythemia from aas or hypoxemia from smoking also causes rbc production...this chronic high pressure stresses out the heart over the years causing it to fail and you to retain fluid (I've seen 33 year olds with chf)

the high cholesterol/heart attack shit is from bad diet, bad fats, and lack of ambulation (people sit on their ass so blood gets thick)

that's pretty much my understanding of things at least...eat clean and stay active, stay calm...and for god sakes stay away from salt lol
   
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Work has been minimal and money is scarce. I know this contributes to my problems. Anxiety, stress and insomnia ( I believe) are causing my major medical issues. Good to see guys looking in the proper direction to help others! Makes it easier to trust the advice on here.
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I thought I read lasix takes a while to get working and can be hard on the kidneys where as dyazide is pretty much u get pissen right away and easier to control how much u piss..?.
   
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Low dose cialis works pretty good for BP.

I seem to remember reading that viagra was originally being studied/developed for the use of BP control when they discovered the other more profitable benefits for ED.
I don't have a link or source. Maybe someone else does?
   
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Low dose cialis works pretty good for BP.

I seem to remember reading that viagra was originally being studied/developed for the use of BP control when they discovered the other more profitable benefits for ED.
I don't have a link or source. Maybe someone else does?
I heard it was being studied for pulmonary hypertension... then all the test subjects started pitching tents lol

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