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Low Blood Pressure / Hypotension Therapy

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OMST Hypotension Therapy

Hypotension is low Blood pressure. It occurs when the muscular walls of arterial system provide insufficient vascular resistance or vasoconstriction.

The protocol targets restoration of blood flow to the smooth muscles inside arteries, and to the control centers in the brain. The goal is to restore the process which maintains natural vascular tone, which resists blood flow.

The absence of the ability to resist blood flow causes low blood pressure, and variable hypoxia to distal parts of the body, including hands, feet, and skin. In some cases, capillary flow reduction due to inflammation, limits blood flow to other parts of the brain and sensory systems which result in tinnitis, hearing loss, and vertigo. These conditions often accompany accompany hypotension, often respond to therapy.

The references report that this often a single use of this program restores normal blood pressure in over 50% of cases.

This protocol should only be used by people with a sound heart. Do not use this procedure if you have heart disease. The procedure uses oxygen during a niacin flush, with other nutients which improve vascular performance.

If you are not familar with a niacin flush, then you should take a dose of niacin before the procedure to become familiar with the sensation. It is not dangerous. Visit the OMST Main Page.

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Hypotension Protocol

This protocol is extracted from Oxygen Multistep Therapy. The preferred time of day for the procedure is 10:00 a.m.

There is a tendency for the procedure to substantially improve the sense of well being because it rapidly restores circulation to organs, and brain. The body organs gradually adapt to a lack of oxygen during chronic hypotension.

Restored circulation, results in an immediate, and often dramatic improvement in the sense of well being. Be mindful that your body is adapting to this new blood supply and take it a bit easy. Use a blood pressure cuff to monitor blood pressure throughout procedure. Stop if blood pressure exceeds 120/80.

Starting Supplement:

  • Take 500 mg Niacin (enough to produce niacin flush)
  • 30 Mg Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
  • 100 Mg Magnesium Orotate
  • 3000 mg Arginine Alphaketoglutarate (Or prescription vasodilator)
  • 200 mg Vitamin C
  • 1 gram sea salt

Oxygen Pprocedure, 20 minutes after Starting Supplement

  • Continue 80 Minutes of oxygen or until flush is complete
  • Sit comfortably or very mild exercise (Breath rate < 20 breaths/min)
  • Check pulse on 10 minute Interval
  • Discontinue oxygen if pulse exceeds 110 beats/minute
  • 4-10 liters per minute of oxygen through mask or canula

Finish Supplement

  • 30 mg Thiamine
  • 100 mg Magnesium Orotate
  • 3000 mg Arginine Alphaketoglutarate (Or prescription vasodilator)
  • 300 mg vitamin C

Finish Procedure

  • 30 Minutes of rest

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