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Friday, December 4, 2009

NEW MEGA SERIES: HUMAN DISEASES, REDEFINED: HYPERTENSION

© 2008/2009: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan.
11. Blood Pressure / Hypertension (B/P).
As per our present understanding, the normal pressure, essentially based on European research studies, should be 120/70.
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The upper systolic reading of 140 and above are considered to be of a higher pressure that demands medical attention.
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As for the lower diastolic pressure, anything above 90 is considered the cross-over point.
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Along with increasing age, some amount of ‘wear and tear’ is expected to occur in human body, and therefore some amount of raised pressures (up to the cross-over point are acceptable to modern medicine.
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Based on my personal experience, as well as on the logical analysis of information, I am of the opinion that the so-called normal blood pressure for people of the tropics should be 115/65 mmHg, with a pulse rate of 65 per minute.
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As per my concept, even a slight increase in these readings, such as, say 130/85 mmHg should be considered as of higher pressure.
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This is so because, by practising simple techniques, one can maintain the normal pressure of about 115/65 and the pulse rate of 65 at all times, even in his/her sixties and seventies.
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If and when the blood vessel walls get thickened, the pressure inside the lumen (i.e., the blood tube) naturally increases.
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Such a thickening occurs because of the accumulation of calcium (essentially due to under-urination), in combination with vitamin-D and cholesterol.
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In the practice of Ecological Healing System, we train a person to drink adequate water and urinate liberally.

He is also taught to avoid over-exposure to sunshine, and thereby prevent the excessive formation of vitamin-D.
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In the absence of these two products, even if excessive cholesterol is present, it does not do any harm to the person, for the elasticity of the arteries are retained in tact.
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In other words, our body behaves similar to that of a teenage person.
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Since the original volume of the blood vessels will still be maintained, the build up of blood pressure too does not occur.
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This will be applicable more to the diastolic readings rather than the systolic measure.
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The systolic reading tends to increase if the blood volume rushes rapidly to complete its cycle sooner, to enhance rapid supply of oxygen to the brain and other parts of the body.
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Under normal circumstances, this pressure increase can happen if the person is going to run swiftly.
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For the pressure to get raised while at rest, the quality of the blood – the RBC count – should get reduced.
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This can happen only if the mineral iron uptake gets drastically reduced, as described under “Iron Deficiency Anaemia” in this chapter.
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Apart from the above, another way in which the systolic pressure can increase depends upon a constant reduction in the liquid volume present within the arteries.
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If a person habitually drinks an inadequate quantity of water all the time, then, in order to maintain a normal volume, the brain compensates by increasing the systolic pressure, so as to avoid the development of a low systolic pressure and thereby a reduced oxygen supply to the brain.
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Loss of blood due to frequent accidents, prolonged menstrual discharges, frequent blood donations, etc. can cause systolic pressure increases. This process is governed by the Law of Compensation, described in my book on obesity (Palaniappan,1998).
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I have frequently observed hypertension among night-shift workers.
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This is so because, the replacement of the ‘worn-out’ red blood cells occurs only nocturnally while a person is fast asleep.
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Since night-shift workers, such as the watchmen and security guards keep awake through the nights, the RBC replacements do not occur.
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Over a period of time, this results in the reduction of the number of RBC in the blood, thus reducing its oxygen-carrying potentials.
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In order to compensate that, the blood circulation speed increases, causing a high blood pressure.
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Regular night-time sleep appears to be the cure for this kind of hypertension.
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The method to normalise the diastolic pressure rests on the prevention of the blood vessel thickening. This can be achieved in four ways:
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(1) By drinking the right quantity of water, and urinating all of it. In this process the calcium excesses will get leached out.
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(2) By avoiding excessive vitamin-D uptake and accumulation.
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(3) By drinking pure distilled (not processed distilled water) or rain water. This being acid in nature, helps in neutralising and dissolving the calcium deposits. (You have to gradually increase the quantity, starting from one glass for 3 days).
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(4) By doing “Body Rubbing Exercise” while taking a shower (See Palaniappan, 1998).
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Since the blood vessels are located at the periphery of the body, the deposits adhering to the internal walls of the arteries can get mechanically dislodged and removed.
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This process helps to restore the original elasticity of the entire peripheral arteries.
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The avoidance of vessel thickening by liberal urination and calcium elimination helps in the retention of the said elasticity in the coronary arteries, which allows easy access to the cholesterol globules. without creating any angina, thus preventing the possibility of any heart attack or its failure - the myocardial infarction.
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As for normalising a raised systolic pressure, increasing the water intake to a level beyond what we consider as normal, say, some 3 or 3½ L daily for about two weeks or so should be practised, and this would reduce the pressure.
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However, this treatment should be undertaken only after getting trained to consume the normal water quantity and liberal urination of eight to ten times daily.
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Otherwise, a sudden increase in water consumption by untrained patients can even lead to the rupture of tiny blood capillaries and create serious injuries to the person.
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A rupture of the blood vessels in the brain region can result in strokes.
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With an increase in water consumption, the blood pressure will naturally get reduced within even two or three weeks.
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This happens based on the principle of Law of Compensation, as described in my book on obesity, and again in the book on heart problems.
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If a person suffers from low systolic pressure, a gradual decrease in the water uptake to about 1½ L or so daily can raise and stabilise it at the normal level.
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The above two, viz., increasing or decreasing the systolic pressures through the control of water consumption would succeed only if the person has learnt the health-care technique as described in the book on obesity.
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