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Can liposuction reverse diabetes and lower blood pressure.?

Can liposuction reverse diabetes and lower blood pressure.?

Weight loss is key: Liposuction per se is not a weight loss procedure. It is well documented that adequate weight loss, when you're overweight, can result in a reversal of diabetes and can lower blood pressure. I see many of my patients who are on my HCG true diet lose 20-30 pounds of fat and significantly decrease their meds for these problems. Some don't even need the meds after the weight loss. ...Read more

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Dr. Otto Placik
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Liposuction (Definition)

Liposuction surgery involves the use of hollow cannulas and suction devices used to remove adipose tissue; should not feel anything when the procedure is performed. Indicated for patients at their long-term stable weight, who present with diet and exercise resistant adipose tissue of localized areas with good quality overlying skin. Not substitute for diet and exercise or ...Read more


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Can liposuction help reduce low blood pressure and stop diabetes?

Can liposuction help reduce low blood pressure and stop diabetes?

No: Liposuction is just to contour your body and smooth out localized fat bulges. It is does not treat diabetes or high blood pressure. If you are overweight, obese or morbidly obese, and have hypertension or type ii diabetes, you may improve your condition by normalizing your weight. ...Read more

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If loss of blood can lower blood pressure, can high blood pressure people dobaye blood?

If loss of blood can lower blood pressure, can high blood pressure people dobaye blood?

Blood pressure: Patients with high blood pressure can physiologically donate blood. Often they will not be allowed to donate because they may be on anti hypertensive and other drugs. Gettting a transfusion which contains hypotension directed drugs could be a problem for some people. ...Read more

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How can physical activity manage blood cholesterol and lower blood pressure?

How can physical activity manage blood cholesterol and lower blood pressure?

Try it: Helps by up regulation of many factors control's and metabolism loss weight if a major facor. Other benefits are through endorphin that make you feel better . You will be self motivated for exercise kick as days go by read about the benifits of exercise. ...Read more

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How can I lower blood pressure and cholesterol?

How can I lower blood pressure and cholesterol?

Htn: Avoid salt. 2liter of water a day. Steching, strength exercise routine. Medications prescribed by your doctor, and blood evaluation to rule out other medical conditions. Get an ekg every year. ...Read more

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Can exercise lower blood sugar?

Can exercise lower blood sugar?

Depends: Depends on your medical problems. In a normal person, you shouldn't have sugar problem with exercise (although sometimes it can happen) because your liver can produce sugar to keep it normal during period of stress. If you have diabetes, exercise can lower your blood sugar. That's why we always recommend exercising in diabetics. It makes the Insulin works better. ...Read more

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I'm curious as to what effects will atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis have on peripheral resistance, blood flow, and blood pressure?

I'm curious as to what effects will atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis have on peripheral resistance, blood flow, and blood pressure?

Bad combination: Atherosclerosis/arteiosclerosis is a progressive disease of the arterial system that ultimately results in arterial wall hardening and luminal (phenobarbital) occlusion. Basically the artery stiffens and closes off. As the arteries get stiffer and more narrow from accumulating disease, blood flow through the the vessel decreases and peripheral resistance/pressure within the vessel inceases.It's a bad combination. ...Read more

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Can losing weight help get rid of type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure?

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Can losing weight help get rid of type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure?

Yes!: I agree with medical student emily lu: "losing weight can lower your blood pressure and can bring your blood glucose levels under control - thus bringing your type 2 diabetes and hypertension under control!" fatty acids from fat tissue contribute to the "metabolic syndrome, " in which blood pressure, triglycerides, and blood glucose rise. Loss of weight helps bring these under control. ...Read more

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If I have high blood pressure and diabetes, which blood pressure drug is least likely to raise blood sugar?

If I have high blood pressure and diabetes, which blood pressure drug is least likely to raise blood sugar?

Glucose and BP meds: No anti-hypertensive agent raises one's glucose. You should have a 24 hour urine collection to see if you significant proteinuria (protein in your urine). If so you have more than, you should be on ace-inhibitors and/or angiotensin receptor blockers which both reduce one's blood pressure and proteinuria. If you have more than 100mg of proteinuria/24 hours you should be on ace-i and/o arbs. ...Read more

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Can the medication metformin lower blood sugar too much?

Usually no: Metformin is an excellent diabetes medication because it lowers your blood sugar by making you more sensitive to your own insulin, but it will not allow your glucose to go low. Other diabetes medications (glyburide or other sulfonylureas; insulin) can give you hypoglycemia. If your sugars are "low", maybe you don't need the metformin. Has something changed from when you were started (eg wt loss)? ...Read more

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Best exercise for diabetic and high blood pressure?

Best exercise for diabetic and high blood pressure?

Before even : Considering i would optimize blood sugar and the hypertension through the appropriate medication. I would then recommend walking as an excercise or swimming. This will likely help lower your blood su gar and blood pressure and you can continue this or with medical doctor decide what else you may do. ...Read more

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Which diet do I need to lower high cholesterol & high blood pressure?

Which diet do I need to lower high cholesterol & high blood pressure?

See below: Low on satureted fats.Also low salt. With perfect diet you can only lowe ryour cholesterol by 20-30%. ...Read more

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How does exercise help reduce high blood pressure and heart disease?

How does exercise help reduce high blood pressure and heart disease?

Decrease risk: Aerobic exercise will make your heart stronger. If your heart can pump blood with less effort then the force at the arteries will decrease and the arteries will relax, decreasing your bp. Control BP will decrease the risk of heart attack and stroke. Plus exercise will control your weight, help with high bad cholesterol and decrease stress in your life, all risk factors for heart disease. ...Read more

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How can I lower high blood pressure naturally ?

How can I lower high blood pressure naturally ?

Exercise,weight loss: Exercise, weight management and a healthy diet are the main 'natural' ways to lower high blood pressure and are sound advice for overall good health. Don't be disappointed if this may not be enough though. Hypertension is common in our population as we age and can be considered a somewhat 'natural' part of the aging process. Appropriate medication allow us to continue aging. ...Read more

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Blood Pressure (Definition)

Blood pressure is a measurement of the force placed on the blood vessels and is comprised of the "systolic" pressure (the top number on a blood pressure meter) which is the peak pressure when the heart is pumping, and the "diastolic" pressure (the bottom number on a blood pressure meter) which is the pressure during the resting phase ...Read more


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Diabetes (Definition)

A group of diseases that result in too much sugar in the ...Read more