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Try this Tuesday: Deep pressure by Danette Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Jul 2009 12:25am I'm opening this one up for suggestions / input. My boys like deep pressure and muscular resistance, Bearhug and Little Bitty in particular. Especially Bearhug. To be more accurate, Bearhug not only likes deep pressure, sometimes it's a necessity in the same sense that oxygen and water are needs. A recent example: Bearhug and I were ... Read on »
Lack of Deep Sleep (From Sleep Apnea) Can Cause High Blood Pressure by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 02 Sep 2011 7:20am If you don’t sleep well or are sleep deprived, you know what that feels like: you’re more likely to be unenergetic, unfocused, unproductive, and unmotivated. Lack of sleep in general is already an epidemic in this country, and there are studies that show that lack of specific stages of sleep can contribute to certain types of symptoms. Sleep de ... Read on »
Lack of Deep Sleep Can Cause High Blood Pressure by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 13 Sep 2011 3:30am Here’s another article which confirms what we already know: That lack of deep sleep can cause high blood pressure. We’ve known for years that sleep fragmentation can increase your adrenaline response at night during sleep, preventing the normal lowering of your blood pressure during sleep. Not having this “dipping” phenomenon is tied to having  ... Read on »
Could Lack of Deep Sleep Fuel High Blood Pressure? by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Sep 2011 12:00am My sleep has been off now for several weeks, so this article from piqued my interest. There are a number of issues with the study that make it less than definitive (only measuring levels for one night, subjects tested in their own beds, only two blood pressure readings), but we do know that insomnia can stress the body and stre ... Read on »
Cheap Safe Remedies: Oatmeal (Cholesterol) & Deep Breathing (Blood Pressure) by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 01 Oct 2011 12:00am A friend who lives in New York City writes: The doctor I had when I lived in San Diego believed in always trying the gentlest and simplest remedies before resorting to anything as drastic as drugs or surgery. My cholesterol was high and she suggested I try lowering it by eating oatmeal for breakfast every day, saying it didn’t work ... Read on »
Deep pressure by Casdok Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Apr 2011 1:20am I don’t know how many pairs of socks C has gone through - hopefully we may have solved this….. = First had to get into C’s world to work out why pulling up his socks every few yards had become a repetitive movement. Not good when in crowds or crossing roads. What need did it meet for him? Delay tactic? Anxiety? Sensory? Etc An ... Read on »
A better job... by T Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Jul 2009 10:32pm Well, after the comments on the oral sex post from last week, I have asked a few of my readers to contribute their thoughts to a better blow job. And how to give a woman good oral too! --- The best BJ I ever got was from a woman who first licked her hand and started giving me a handjob. She then alternated between her hand and mouth, and ... Read on »
defensive front that sacked Bradford four times and pressured by oydfsdsdsdf Posted Mon 17 Dec 2012 1:52am 000 or more rushing yards. The Rams are all but mathematically en the game turned: In the second quarter 1 INTWhat they said:WR P/H Chris Kluwe on Walsh's performance: “Every sportswriter that was talking about [Greg] Zuerlein being an amazing rookie kicker better be all over [Walsh]. Numbers don't lie.” Vikings coach Leslie Frazier on his team' ... Read on »
Healthy Being Wellness Center is St Petersburg, FL's Best Affordable Massage & Holistic Day Spa Therapist Specializing in Deep by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 20 Sep 2012 7:47am Massage therapy is essential in reducing stress, easing sore muscles or chronic pain, boosting immunity, and much more. Many people consider massage to be a vital part of their well-being. We have over 10 full time, licensed and certified massage therapists work to meet your specific needs, whatever they may be. Massage can be gentle and rel ... Read on »
High Blood Pressure by John A. Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:19pm Half of Americans aged 55-64 have high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke, according to a new annual report on health in the United States issued today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC). The report concludes that 40 precent of people in that age bracket are obese. The report features ... Read on »