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Old 06-13-2019, 10:58 AM
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One-and-a-half-minute lawMy name is Alexander, I am a cardiologist and a paramedic. A very important warning for those who wake up at night to go to the bathroom...You must be careful and use the "One-and-a-Half-minute law" which is scientifically proven. By waking up suddenly for one's physiological needs normally, we often hear that someone "was well in good health and died suddenly during the night without reason.
The most likely reason is that when that person woke up to go to the bathroom, he/she got up from bed in a hurry, but the brain needs greater blood flow, for having rested, causing a state of fainting and that is when the stroke happens.

It is recommended to learn the "One-and-a-Half-minute law" that can save your life.

When you wake up to go to the bathroom, you must first:
Lay for 30 seconds after waking up
and then sit up in bed for 30 more seconds
lowering your legs quietly and sit like that for another 30 seconds "
and only then get up to go to the bathroom.

With these steps the chances are gigantic to survive a sudden stroke, regardless of age...

Share with all your family and friends Remember that you can save yours and the lives of many people sharing this information...

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Old 06-13-2019, 11:10 AM
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Disagree. That's just a modern day chain mail that has been circulating for years.
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complete BS! a cardiologist would not be a paramedic to start with! the only thing it is going to prevent is a dizzy spell if you have orthostatic hypotension!
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My only question.

If you replace water with Miller Lite does it still work?
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Originally Posted by aFORDable View Post
My only question.

If you replace water with Miller Lite does it still work?
Only after waking up, helps activate internal organs...
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Old 06-13-2019, 11:28 AM
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complete BS! a cardiologist would not be a paramedic to start with! the only thing it is going to prevent is a dizzy spell if you have orthostatic hypotension!

Why wouldn't a cardiologist be a Paramedic ? We have a few Drs in our division that were Paramedics before MD. Our SWAT MD is a Paramedic and trauma surgeon.
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You get up to go pee?? I just do it in bed.
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This is BS! To start with if Alexander is a cardiologist by definition he cannot be a paramedic. A paramedic cannot be a doctor. Paramedics operate under the licence of a MD and MD's cannot perform services under another doctor's licence. This is true both on medical and legal levels.

The whole statement regarding physiology is also a false premise. One would not improve blood flow to the brain by sitting up, if anything sitting up will reduce blood flow to the brain. Additionally, sleep does not reduce the flow of blood to the brain, for if it did we would wake-up with fewer brain cells due oxygen starvation.
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This will keep you in bed.................
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This will keep you in bed.................
better check with your doctor first
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Originally Posted by aFORDable View Post
My only question.

If you replace water with Miller Lite does it still work?
Miller Lite is water.
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Why wouldn't a cardiologist be a Paramedic ? We have a few Drs in our division that were Paramedics before MD. Our SWAT MD is a Paramedic and trauma surgeon.
because if your a cardiologist you wouldnt drop down and work as a paramedic. not to say he was not a paramedic at some point. but you give up one as you advance.

your swat md is working at a very different out of the normal scenario. at this point he is not a paramedic he is an MD/trauma surgeon. $20 when he does paper work he does not sign paramedic after his name!
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Originally Posted by Bison View Post
This is BS! To start with if Alexander is a cardiologist by definition he cannot be a paramedic. A paramedic cannot be a doctor. Paramedics operate under the licence of a MD and MD's cannot perform services under another doctor's licence. This is true both on medical and legal levels.

The whole statement regarding physiology is also a false premise. One would not improve blood flow to the brain by sitting up, if anything sitting up will reduce blood flow to the brain. Additionally, sleep does not reduce the flow of blood to the brain, for if it did we would wake-up with fewer brain cells due oxygen starvation.

Umm. under what law can he not be a Dr and Paramedic? There are tons of of people out there operating under a Md who is a also a Dr and Paramedic. Again, we have a few in our Fire Division.
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hey bro - would you mind faxing this over to me? I want to share it with the office and have not seen this since 97. TY
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This will keep you in bed.................
I wonder if you squeeze realllll hard if you can pop them.

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Originally Posted by Rolandt03 View Post
because if your a cardiologist you wouldnt drop down and work as a paramedic. not to say he was not a paramedic at some point. but you give up one as you advance.

your swat md is working at a very different out of the normal scenario. at this point he is not a paramedic he is an MD/trauma surgeon. $20 when he does paper work he does not sign paramedic after his name!

Im sure he is signing under a MD but, he still carries a Paramedic certification on him is my point.
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Im sure he is signing under a MD but, he still carries a Paramedic certification on him is my point.
not sure why he does being a MD superceeds a paramedic! not really any point in keeping up the paramedic certification.

its like going to college, you start with an AA degree, then you get your BS, then move on to masters degree. technically you are the lower 2 but your not functioning on those levels. your functioning on the masters level. and when some one brags that they have the lower levels such as paramedic and a cardiologist is usually a dead give away that they dont know what they are talking about.

it is also kinda rare to be a paramedic then go into med school, not that it cant happen but not the norm.
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not sure why he does being a MD superceeds a paramedic! not really any point in keeping up the paramedic certification.

its like going to college, you start with an AA degree, then you get your BS, then move on to masters degree. technically you are the lower 2 but your not functioning on those levels. your functioning on the masters level. and when some one brags that they have the lower levels such as paramedic and a cardiologist is usually a dead give away that they dont know what they are talking about.

it is also kinda rare to be a paramedic then go into med school, not that it cant happen but not the norm.

It's all about titles and how many names you have behind you.
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complete BS! a cardiologist would not be a paramedic to start with! the only thing it is going to prevent is a dizzy spell if you have orthostatic hypotension!
According to mayo clinic stroke is a side effect to orthostatic hypotension.
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It's all about titles and how many names you have behind you.
not really, especially when the titles do not benefit you other than taking that much longer to sign your name! no one else is impressed!
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