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Re: --Protein--Ammonia in the Blood--
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Re: --Protein--Ammonia in the Blood--

I don't eat a high protein diet. I eat beef once or twice a week, sometimes sardines. I was talking about feeling dizzy after taking a hot bath for twenty or more minutes or going into a sauna. It only happens then. What you said would cause you to feel dizzy and tired all the time which doesn't happen to me. My blood tests never showed that I have cirrhosis of the liver. I had hepatitis A once which I think I got from eating at a restaurant. I was jaundiced and it was confirmed by a blood test. I don't have hepatitis A now. Again, I was referring to getting dizzy from too much heat during a hot bath for too long or a sauna. Now that I take a bath in water that it not as hot, I don't feel dizzy anymore. So, it's very clear that it is the heat from the water temperature that lowers my blood pressure. If you check your pulse while you are in the hot water, you will see that it is significantly higher because your body is trying to keep your blood pressure up. If you are not getting enough blood in your brain you will feel dizzy even if you don't have any ammonia in your blood.

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