Natural vasodilators food - Doctor answers
Sure.: But, for what purpose? Nitrates (for example found in beetroot juice) & folic acid can possibly lower blood pressure at least in part via vasodilation. Niacin has been used to lower lipids and is well known as a powerful vasodilator, causing intense flushing in many people, and perhaps has an anti-hypertension effect. If we know what you want to do, we can probably answer better. ...Read more
Blood vessels have the capability of increasing or decreasing their diameter. When a blood vessel dilates, it generally leads to lowered blood pressure. Drugs that cause this are termed vasodilators. These can act on arteries or veins. Some classes of vasodilators include nitrates, calcium channel ...Read more
No: Hawthorn, leaves Barrie's snd leaves are used to make medicine. Hawthorn has been used to treat congestive heart failure, but not enough research for other heart disease. I doubt that it is as effective as prescription medication. For further Info. Go to web MD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No vasodilator: Vascular headaches result from vasodilation. Medications used to treat migraine headaches constrict blood vessels or block (beta) adrenergic (vasodilating) substances. Alternative medicine approaches include the use of omega 3 fish oil, feverfew, co-enzyme q10 and melatonin. Massage therapy, aromatherapy, acupuncture and acupressure have also been used. Feverfew has scientific support. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor just said I have Raynaud's Phenomenon. Are there any good vasodilators that are natural or or that don't have too many side effects?
Unknown: The national institutes of health center for complementary and alternative medicine has no listing for burdock. Webmd does but doesn't comment on mechanism. Be aware that some formulations of burdock contain belladonna which is poisonous if overdosed. Unlikely that the mechanism of burdock has ever been systemically studied as no one would pay for it. This is the problem with all otc herbs. ...Read more
Blood vessel relaxer: Blood vessels have the capability of increasing or decreasing their diameter. When a blood vessel dilates, it generally leads to lowered blood pressure. Drugs that cause this are termed vasodilators. These can act on arteries or veins. Some classes of vasodilators include nitrates, calcium channel blockers and alpha-adrenergic blockers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Loaded question: Why is it you have elevated intracranial pressure. Intracranial hypertension, pseudotumor? The cause is imprtant as to potential treatments vasodilars my be inapprpriate as they may increase a headache some diuretics such as mannatol and Diamox (acetazolamide) are used to control intracranial pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Caffeine is...: Caffeine has a near-identical chemical structure as theophylline, a well known bronchodilator. As for the vasculature, caffeine typically vasoconstricts the peripheral vasculature as reflected in increased systolic & diastolic pressure, but not cardiac output or left ventricular contractility. Caffeine also blocks (inhibits) Adenosine in the brain--this is what keeps you awake... ...Read more
Vasodilators: Your question hasn't been answered because it is too open ended. If there is a specific issue that needs addressed, please ask another question so that we may help you. I would look forward to that opportunity. ...Read more
The medications or exercize have time limited effects.
Medications are used, changed excreted by kidneys or liver.
Exercize is a great vasodilator, but stops with end of exercize ...Read more