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BROTHER AT ARMS
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07/09/2018 9:12 am  

whats the best over the counter products for controlling bllod pressure while on aas?


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BROTHER AT ARMS
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07/09/2018 10:11 am  

can spell , mean blood pressure


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07/09/2018 12:51 pm  

Don't forget to add some cardio training, 30 to 45 minutes, 3 to 5 times a week. Just my two cents here.

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BROTHER AT ARMS
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08/09/2018 5:51 am  

my bp is just a little high but ive been getting headaches since i started the winstrol for the first 2 days.


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08/09/2018 6:28 am  

Don't forget to add some cardio training, 30 to 45 minutes, 3 to 5 times a week. Just my two cents here.

"The medals don't mean anything and the glory doesn't last. It's all about your happiness. The rewards are going to come, but my happiness is just loving the sport and having fun performing" ~ Jackie Joyner Kersee.


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08/09/2018 7:24 am  

I'd say low dose aspirin... 81mg ED. Unless you have stomach issues aspirin should do the trick.


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08/09/2018 8:20 am  

I don't think aspirin has anything to do with blood pressure.It's an anticoagulant-will prevent clot formation.
In a hydraylic system in order to reduce pressure you have to either reduce fluid volume (diuretics),increase pipe diameter (vasodilators),reduce pump power (alpha/beta blockers,tranquillizers etc) and you're done.

From all of the above i think it's better to find an antidote to what increased your blood pressure in the first place and not try to counterbalance the increase due to one factor with the reduction of another.
Namely if steroids that increase water retention are used (drol/test/Dbol mostly),use either an antiaromatase/antiestrogen or diuretic to reduce water retention.If steroids or stimulants that increase CNS and cardiac output are used (tren/winny/halo-ephedrine etc)then try a beta blocker or ang2 blocker.

Most available over the counter stuff that could work this way are mild herbal diuretics or supplemental antiaromatases/antiestrogens or herbs that help you take the edge off and relax.


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BROTHER AT ARMS
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08/09/2018 9:20 am  

so if i was using creatine with winstrol the water retention from the creatine could possibly aid in upping my bp. i think i read some where that creatine raises bp anyway.


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08/09/2018 10:05 am  

Aspirin is a blood thinner which in turn allows easier flow through veins and arteries. This in turn will in fact lower blood pressure. Check out this article.

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08/09/2018 10:37 am  
Posted by: gtrack
I don't think aspirin has anything to do with blood pressure.It's an anticoagulant-will prevent clot formation.
In a hydraylic system in order to reduce pressure you have to either reduce fluid volume (diuretics),increase pipe diameter (vasodilators),reduce pump power (alpha/beta blockers,tranquillizers etc) and you're done.

And reduce viscosity, hence aspirin.

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08/09/2018 11:28 am  

although there is some evidence to suggest that aspirin reduces blood pressure when taken at night, most suggest aspirin use for reduction of stroke and cv incidents. Even bayer aspirin on their site recommends that you reduce your bp prior to taking aspirin. Aspirin taken along with some anti-hypertensives can lead to increased bp.

So my conclusion would be to take aspirin in low dose for stroke and cv health.

jb


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08/09/2018 12:04 pm  

Since on Test Cyp my BP has shot up there.
It is usually around 120/80 and now it hovers around 150/90.
It varies from day to day, but still not within my norm.
Which has me somewhat concerned a little at my age.
I also take a low dose aspirin before bed, and it hasn�t done anything to help.

So! Back to BROTHER AT ARMS original question �����

�What�s the best over the counter products for controlling blood pressure while on aas?�
Since it hasn�t really been answered as of yet .
I would really like to know as well if there is any otc to control BP.

Hot Rocks


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08/09/2018 1:00 pm  

Cutting back on the salt in your diet will help (if you have not done so already).


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gtrack
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08/09/2018 1:47 pm  
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And reduce viscosity, hence aspirin.

If aspirin does reduce blood viscosity yes.But i think its anticoagulant properties have more to do with decreased formation of blood clots.It isn't really proven to make blood "thinner".
I mean,aspirin reduces platelet "stickyness" and doesn't actually make blood particles fewer in number or smaller in size which would be the way to less viscosity.


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08/09/2018 2:43 pm  

to the best of my knowledge there are no effective otc supplements for reducing bp. reduced carb and salt are your best bets. Otherwise you can pick up something os like hctz.

jb


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