Dear Doc, My question is regarding uncontrolled hypertension, low body temperature and an inability to lose weight. I'm 57, 5'4" and almost 200 lbs. I had two Caesarian sections in my early 20's and have not really been well since. In addition, I suffer from sciatica and pain on my right side from neck to knee. Any assistance you can offer would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Yvonne, JamaicaA.
Dear Yvonne, Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a very common symptom in over a billion of the world’s population. The reason why? STRESS. What kind of stress? ALL kinds of stress: life stress, physical, emotional, chemical (toxicity), and more. While a plethora of medications are used to keep the blood pressure artificially reduced, and all with significant side effects, the CURE is to remove as many of the stressors as possible, which is what New Medicine healing treatments focus on. Other issues that would help that are not primary causes but related to the foundational causes, are weight loss and correcting hormonal imbalances. You are more than likely deficient in thyroid (temperature regulation) and progesterone (nearly a given in all women these days but especially after multiple abdominal surgeries). Inflammation and joint pain will be exacerbated by these issues as well. With a complete return to health from the inside, much of this can be expected to resolve.
Hope this helps, eat well :) Dr. Pearson
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