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Why do vasodilators cause dizzyness and brain fog?

Discussion in 'Autonomic, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory' started by Living Dead, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. Living Dead

    Living Dead Senior Member

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    Why do vasodilators cause dizzyness and brain fog, despite normal blood pressure? I tried B3 (niacin) and now GlcNAc. I didn't know it was a vasodilator, but it feels like it. Also arginine.
     
  2. lnester7

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    This is great find!!!! That means you will do great in vassocontrictions ( I hope)

    I do prescription one and do great on it ( midodrine).

    If you have orthostatic intolerance like POTs or any of the other kinds might be why.

    I also do bad on arginine because my virus of death is hh6v so arginine tends to raise herpes viral load.

    Lysine is the opposite ( but has some bad effect on adrenals) so I just avoid arginine and try to eat high lysine/ arginine ratio foods
     
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  3. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    What are the bad effects of Lysine on adrenals?
     
  4. lnester7

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    I read somewhere that it exhausted them??? It was in a thread will try to find.
     
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