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Taking Tilt Training Seriously, I Wasn't!! Who Wants To Tilt With Me?

Have you completed daily tilt training (standing against the wall) for up to 45 minutes a day  

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4 minutes and 45 seconds today and OMG! The top of my head and the back of my neck are now killing me!!

And you know, tomorrow it might be back to 3 minutes and that's ok... but looks like you are building more tolerance standing. That's great! Let's hope for 5 minutes tomorrow!

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Kudos to all of you guys!

I am fortunate enough to be able to stand and (some days even walk around) for hours even when my systolic bp is in the 80s, so I don't think this training would benefit me much, but just wanted to "stop by" and cheer for you.

Alex

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Just an update on my tilt training. Went on vacation last week and only did tilt training half the time for a week. That *****, because I really want to give this a shot. I'm sure that is what happens to a lot of people doing this. Some of the days I didn't do it there "just wasn't time" or I "forgot". Then two other days my foot was hurting out of the blue where it was hard to walk, so it hurt too much to even just stand on it.

But, I plan to get back into it tonight. I guess at least I did it 50% of the time. Part of me wonders if this is really even going to help. I'm sure that's a big part of a lot of people not doing it. But wouldn't it be cool if it did!

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Just an update. I have been doing the tilt training and haven't noticed a difference yet. I must admit, I probably do the tilt standing 5-6 days out of 7 days of the week. So, I miss some days. But, 85% of the time I'm doing it. I don't get pre-faint symptoms standing, but have to stop after 30 minutes because my feet hurt so bad.

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