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SnowDrifter

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About SnowDrifter

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  • Birthday 05/20/1994

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  1. Past week has been no bueno.... Good news is I found a doc that thinks he knows what's causing pots. He won't say but he wants to some some tests

  2. For me: I'd rather live with having to buy some ecigs/gum/patches and deal with those consequences than have to live with pots. While it's not perfect, at least you can function. But that's just me. If you have issues with it the last thing I would suggest is to start something and get yourself hooked again
  3. Long term: It only seemed like it helped sometimes. And only if I had low blood pressure (diastolic would go up by ~5 points for me) I haven't noticed it helped enough to be worth pursuing. So I've just been sticking to salty foods lol. It's not like it hurts anything to try though. They are 10 bucks at a gas station and harmless in my opinion. For what it's worth: I tried it it for a month, then when I decided it wasn't doing anything I stopped without feeling the need to go back and do it
  4. I guess I should say this: I'm not a smoker, never have been. But I am aware of nicotine's effect of raising blood pressure. But from what it sounds like: it can help, but isn't worth the addiction risk?
  5. I had one of those right-before-you-go-to-sleep ideas. Nicotine is a vasoconstrictor, so perhaps it could help? Just wondering if anyone had tried patches or gum and if it seemed to help, hurt, or do nothing?
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