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Painkillers Can Cause High Blood Pressure & Stomach Damage

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Americans consume an estimated $2 billion per year in over-the-counter painkillers like Tylenol, Advil and Motrin. The most common reason for taking these drugs is for arthritis. However, these drugs are not without side-effects. It also doesn’t take as much as you might think to cause damage. And the variety of side effects includes high […]

Can Food Allergies Cause High Blood Pressure?

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According to the National Health Statistics Reports for the United States, the single most frequent diagnosis given out by doctors is “Hypertension,” commonly known as high blood pressure. In simple terms, high blood pressure is an increase in the pressure within your arteries (your pipeline) over 140/90. This increase in pressure is much like an […]

Everyday Painkillers for Arthritis Cause High Blood Pressure and Stomach Damage

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Americans consume an estimated $2 billion per year in over-the-counter painkillers like Tylenol, Advil and Motrin. The most common reason for taking them is for arthritis. However, these drugs are not without side-effects. It also doesn’t take as much as you might think to cause damage. And the variety of side effects includes high blood […]

When Hypertension is Caused by Food Allergies

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According to the National Health Statistics Reports for the United States, the single most frequent diagnosis given out by doctors is “Hypertension,” commonly known as high blood pressure. (1) In 2006, the most recent year for these statistics, over 35 million visits to doctors resulted in a diagnosis of high blood pressure. In simple terms, […]

The Case for Hypertension Caused by Food Allergies

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Although not a major focus at our clinic, one of the more interesting connections to the identification and removal of food allergies from their diet has been for some patients a significant and relatively quick drop in their blood pressure. This has not necessarily been related to a drop in their weight, although that is […]

Food Allergies and High Blood Pressure

Posted on by IBSTC

According to the National Health Statistics Reports for the United States, the single most frequent diagnosis given out by doctors is “Hypertension,” commonly known as high blood pressure. In 2006, the most recent year for these statistics, over 35 million visits to doctors resulted in a diagnosis of high blood pressure. In simple terms, high […]

Hypertension Caused by Food Allergies

Posted on by IBSTC

According to the National Health Statistics Reports for the United States, the single most frequent diagnosis given out by doctors is “Hypertension,” commonly known as high blood pressure. In 2006, the most recent year for these statistics, over 35 million visits to doctors resulted in a diagnosis of high blood pressure. In simple terms, high […]

Painkillers, High Blood Pressure and Stomach Damage

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Americans consume an estimated $2 billion per year in over-the-counter painkillers like Tylenol, Advil and Motrin. The most common reason for taking them is for arthritis. However, these drugs are not without side-effects. It also doesn’t take as much as you might think to cause damage. And the variety of side effects includes high blood […]

High Blood Pressure and Food Allergies

Posted on by IBSTC

According to the National Health Statistics Reports for the United States, the single most frequent diagnosis given out by doctors is “Hypertension,” commonly known as high blood pressure. In 2006, the most recent year for these statistics, over 35 million visits to doctors resulted in a diagnosis of high blood pressure. (http://www.IBSTreatmentCenter.com/Articles/NIHOfcVisitStats.pdf) In simple terms, […]

Everyday Painkillers Cause High Blood Pressure and Stomach Damage

Posted on by IBSTC

Americans consume an estimated $2 billion per year in over-the-counter painkillers like Tylenol, Advil and Motrin. The most common reason for taking them is for arthritis. However, these drugs are not without side-effects. It also doesn’t take as much as you might think to cause damage. And the variety of side effects includes high blood […]