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Interview 12- High blood pressure

Age at interview: 52
Age at diagnosis: 52
Brief Outline: Discovered following cervical screen and blood pressure monitor.
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She tries to “avoid conventional medicines as much as possible” and prefers to try homeopathy.

She tries to “avoid conventional medicines as much as possible” and prefers to try homeopathy.

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 I've tried to avoid conventional medicines as much as possible in my adult life. I'll always try homeopathic treatment first, and in fact in many cases it's been very successful. I rang through to my homeopath straight away and told her that I had high blood pressure and asked could she help. Homeopathic treatment doesn't just work on the bit, the problem that you have at the time; it works on the whole, the whole body, the whole being, the whole person.

 
And so, we had a long conversation about how things were going. She had a good idea about what she wanted to give me but she needed to consult her books and then she just handed over the remedy, which is in liquid form, and I take it for 3 weeks and then report back. I also went to see a canesiologist in order to, who'd been highly recommended and her treatment worked very much on the blood pressure. It's a method whereby the practitioner asks questions to your body that replies by a symptom of signs to her and then she works on what she is told. It can be by some kind of manipulative method or it can be by exercises, all manners of things actually. The canesiology it's very interesting, I don't really feel I fully understand how it works. But I certainly know that after the first session I mentally felt very, very different and very much better.
 
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