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METABOLIC EFFECTS OF COMMON MEDICATIONS

Acetminophen, ibuprofen, and most NSAID makes one more dysaerobic (HOT) and less anaerobic dominant.


Exceptions to the above:  Aspirin, Voltaren, Cataflam and codeine, make a patient more anaerobic( dominant(COLD) and less dysaerobic dominant. 


Cortisone makes a patient more anaerobic dominant (COLD) and less dysaerobic dominant, but if causes such a different reactions in some people so could affect oppositely as well. 


Beta-blocker and calcium channel blockers and ACE inhibitors effects the wind (more parasympathetic dominance)   and more dysaerobic dominant(HOT)..


Digitalis makes a patient more dysaerobic dominant(HOT) and less anarobic dominance.


Diuretics decrease the urine specific gravity and often raise the urine pH.  An exception is Lasix(Furosemide), which makes, urine strongly false positive dysaerobic (low pH, low surface tension and high specific gravity).


Birth control pills and other "female hormone" medications containing estrogen and/or progestin (not natural progesterone) make a person more anaerobic,(COLD) and less dysaerobic, and affects the wind (more sympathetic dominance)


Xanthines(coffee, tea, chocolate and cola) make a person more anaerobic dominant(COLD) and less dysaerobic dominance and affects the wind( (more sympathetic dominance)


Asthma medifications make a patient more anaerobic and less exacerbate a diabetic condition.


Insulin.makes a person  more anaerobic(COLD) and less dysaerobic  and aggravates the wind (more parasympathetic).


Antibiotics make a person more dysaerobic(HOT) and less anaerobic.


Anti-histamines and other cold and cough medicines generally aggravates the wind(more sympathetic), and more dysaerobic(HOT) and less anaerobic.


Radiation and chemotherapy makes a person more dysaerobic(HOT) and less anaerobic.


Most seizure medications make a person more dysaerobic(HOT) and less anaerobic.  (exception is Phenobarbital - does the opposite)


Cholesterol lowering medications make a patient more dysaerobic(HOT)and less anaerobic.


Elavil and other tricyclic anti-depressants aggravate the wind (more sympathetic), can lower or raise blood pressure, and can lower or raise blood sugar.


Prozac aggravates wind (more sympathetic).


Barbituates and most other tranquilizers makes a person more anaerobic(COLD) and less dysaerobic.


Amphetamines and other stimulants make a person more anaerobic(COLD) and less dysaerobic.

WHAT DOES ANABOLIC(COLD) MEAN?

COLD

WHAT DOES CATABOLIC(HOT) MEAN?

HOT

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