Low barometric pressure and cfs

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by WendyC, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. WendyC

    WendyC New Member

    I looked into the effects of low barometric pressure since I and many of you seen to be affected by it and here is what I found. Low pressure causes decrease of oxygen, increase of nitric oxide and therefore peroxynitrite (see Dr. Palls research on peroxynitrite), dilation of veins, capillaries which isn't a problem unless you have low blood volume in which case your volume decreases even more. What to do? Drink lots of water to increase blood volume and I would suspect B12 since it scavenges peroxynitrite.

  2. lenasvn

    lenasvn New Member

    makes sense to me! I am gallopping to read more about this from Dr Pall.

    Thanks for this valuable info!

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