Keep us informed with the progress of all involved including the little
I am skeptical the NMN could lower BP that quickly, but guess it's possible. Will be interested to hear if it remains lower for more than a few days.Pigeon wrote: ↑Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:15 amJust a quick update. Ellen reported this evening that her little dog Laddee had sparked up remarkably in the three days since his commencement on NMN. She is delighted, As he has almost stopped scratching himself and his appetite for a walk has returned to where it was months ago before his condition set in. Ellen said she has yet to notice any measurable benefits in her own heath or well being, but she is in such remarkable health generally that this hardly surprised me. I realised also that she is in fact 95 already, and in a few weeks will turn 96, so I had previously sold her short a year! Personally, since commencing my 375mg daily dose on Monday I have yet to feel any changes either, however my blood pressure measurements each evening since the first reading I took 24 hours after my first dose have been lower than I have seen for many years. I have suffered with moderate hypertension For around 15 years and even with medication, I generally read around 140/90 in the evenings, yet two nights in a row now I have been astonished that my numbers have been bordering on too low at 115/75 any 118/70. Is this kind of thing really possible this quickly (or indeed at all) with this moderate dosage of NMN, or do I put this down to some kind of anomaly or perhaps a placebo effect or maybe even something more sinister developing?
As far as my personal blood pressure goes, since commencement on nmn I have noticed quite significant variations in readings, and especially between late evening and morning readings. These variations have always been present to an extent, but have certainly increased. Im now getting anything from 155/105 mornings to 105/65 late evening. Possibly not a great thing as I understand it, although the lower readings are quite a lot lower than I have seen for years. Any thoughts on why this may be happening? I am still taking my prescription BP medication.
Being a type A person can contribute to this..
BP can be naturally higher in the morning and I believe can drop late or throughout the night.
I would suggest you ask your GP for a referral for a 24 hour BP monitor which will give you a more realistic 24 hour average.