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The Ultimate Guide to Low & Fluctuating Blood Pressure: Causes, symptoms, home tests, and tips Paperback – November 18, 2015
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About the Author
Dr. Dorothy Adamiak is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor, author, speaker, and lecturer. She has nearly twenty years of clinical success treating diabetes, cardiovascular pathologies, and chronic inflammation. Besides holding a doctorate in naturopathic medicine she also holds post-doctorate specialties in acupuncture, classical homeopathy, homotoxicology, and bioregulatory medicine. Her motto is "Health is a Skill, not a Pill" and with this credo she helps others discover and build the most optimum self-care formula. Dr. Dorothy Adamiak lives and practices in Toronto, Ontario (Canada).
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This book is chalk full with details about blood pressure, whether low, high or fluctuating. It provides detailed explanations for the many contributing factors and serves as an empowering guide to find a path to better health and wellness. It shows you how a basic home use blood pressure cuff can be used as a self diagnostic tool, this book is so much more then a blood pressure guide. As the human body is not just the sum of many parts, but a complex machine you will learn how diet, daily habit's, exercise, stress at home or work and even breathing affects your cardio vascular system and by extension your mood, energy and wellness. You will understand how certain foods/beverages and when they are consumed may be triggering a recurring problem and what to do about it. Not only are you getting invaluable information in easy to follow language, it is all backed by references to relevant research studies if you are so inclined.
If you are looking to take charge of your health without all the medical jargon, you will not be disappointed.
This is a well researched and informative book that helps the reader to take simple and straight forward steps that towards monitoring and improving their health. Dr. Adamiak lays it all out in the book on how to track your blood pressure thoroughly, what orthostatic testing is and how it is done properly and how to assess yourself if food might be aggravating your blood pressure situation. After doing your own homework on your blood pressure you are then much better equipped to tell your Medical or Naturopathic Doctor what is happening with one very important aspect of your health.
As a practicing Naturopathic Doctor of 20 years I found myself enjoying the easy read and learning a few new things in this well thought out book