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High blood pressure

I have a PEMF micropulse and I would like to use it for high blood pressure but I don’t know where to place the coils… Does somebody try this already?
Thank you, Sabine

since pemf can help reduce inflammation, you may want to start looking into areas in your body that have inflammation and start experimenting there. for example, Google provided this info:

"Among the known causes of secondary hypertension, kidney disease ranks highest. Hypertension can also be triggered by tumors or other abnormalities that cause the adrenal glands (small glands that sit atop the kidneys) to secrete excess amounts of the hormones that elevate blood pressure.

Causes of High Blood Pressure - Risk Factors: Weight, Diet …"

source: https://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/guide/blood-pressure-causes

make sure you take daily, consistent readings of your bp to help track results of your testing!

That is an interesting observation regarding the connection between hypertension and kidney disease. I have been using PEMF to treat kidney disease for 18 months, with some hopeful results. When I began PEMF treatment my typical blood pressure was around 145/80 and I had an enlarged heart. My cardiologist put me on a low salt diet (hard to maintain), and I was using 25 mg of Losartin once a day, 12.5 mg of Carvedilol twice day, as well as vaso dialators such as cialis, arginine, and niacin. In mid 2019 I increased the Losartin dosage to 50 mg. My blood pressure has dropped to 100/55, and this past week I cut the Losartin dosage back to 25mg/ day because the pressure was too low. Now I have to wonder how much of the reduction was due to the medicine and how much due to PEMF kidney treatment. If my blood pressure remains suppressed I will continue to cut back on the meds and credit it to PEMF!

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One additional comment: The literature I have seen claims that the most significant cause of kidney disease is high blood pressure. I wonder if the cause and effect are actually the reverse, i,e, kidney disease can cause high blood pressure.

Soo interesting, thx for sharing! May I ask how you used the coils to treat your kidneys? Also, did you try to use it on your enlarged heart? And how are you these days?
Thx :wink:

I apologize for the delay in responding-internet problems. So far as coil placement, they need to be high, say above the second rib from the bottom, 4 inches from the spine. I use a gun belt that I bought on Amazon for $25 or so, which nicely holds the A9. I haven’t tried to use PEMF directly over my heart, but that is an interesting idea. In my case the heart responded well after 6 months of blood pressure in the 120/65 area.
I speculated that kidney disease may lead to high blood pressure, but it seems more likely in retrospect that high blood pressure leads to kidney disease, which is the conventional theory.

interesting, i assumed impaired kidneys is definitely a contributing factor to high bp as they begin to lose efficiency…i suppose it can go both ways tho for lack of any clear data researched. :thinking: