|Athabasca River at Ft. Assiniboine.|
I've had my beta blocker dosage reduced again.
I do something called Tibetan Rites almost every day and it has paid off in several ways.
I have written about them in the past. In general they have helped me to do simple thing like get up out of a soft chair without having to think about it, and have my legs work right away without having to take a few steps to get things going again.
Those are the simple horrors of middle-age, and exercises such as Tibetan Rites keep them at bay.
However, they've also taken me from needing a second heart operation three years ago to reducing my meds twice. I was at 200 mg a day. Now I am at 50 mg.
Beta blockers are fine things, no argument here, but they keep a person on an even emotional keel
That is no fun.
It's good to get the blood up now and again.
I'm grateful that beta blockers exist, and I am even more grateful that I now take even less of them.
I make no representations as to the results of Tibetan Rites for anyone other than myself.
They work for me.
Your mileage may vary.
This should not be considered an endorsement of anything for anyone under any circumstances.
Eat your vegetables.