Hi, we have had both blood ozone and rectal, we do the rectal at home and o can only say how we both feel for our ages, 79 and 77, we play golf 4 times a week and we have a large house and I do all my own cleaning , ironing and cooking , I get 7 to 8 hours sleep
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N=1, but the only thing that has stopped me having bleeding haemorrhoids is cutting out lectin rich vegetables. Specifically peppers, aubergines/eggplant, and courgettes/zucchini.
(Rapamycin didn’t help at all).
I find that my hemorrhoid bleeds with rectal ozone , it scared me at first obviously but now I know what it is, I’m not unhappy as the hemorrhoid, almost disappears , this happens about every 2 months once the hemorrhoid reappears . You can get information on Rectal ozone treatment on YouTube
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Statins are great at lowering ApoB
— ApoB is causal in ASCVD - even in the absence of other risk factors (contentious)
—- Rapamycin can (frequently, dose dependent) raise ApoB
I don’t think everyone should take a stain - because not everyone has raised lipids. But I keep scratching my head when I hear such strong, emotional opposition to this class of medications.
In comparison to many other drugs, the side effect profile is low and appears to be a low % of the pop that get any side effects. The risk vs benefit ratio seems clearly positive (IMO) if you need to attenuate raised lipids - which these drugs do very powerfully.
FWIW - I used to be anti statins. I believed the hype on social media and the documentaries on YouTube. But the more I dig into the actual literature and mechanisms and real-world data the more I believe in the efficacy of these drugs (for the right people).
Again, not saying everyone should be taking statins - and there are other ways to go about this issue (PCSK9i, ezetimibe, amla, etc etc).
Objectively, statins are just another tool in the toolkit and I have learned to view them with no more emotion that any other medication.