Your post has become more relevant.I'm not sure it will be totally on topic but you might find these ideas interesting:
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I'm now having difficulty reading my blood pressure, having error messages 1 and 3 with my bp monitor. And before this, there were more frequent instances of my bp monitor detecting arrhythmia. And now when I check my pulse, it is more faint and weak, and this is confirmed by readings of my perfusion index taken with my oximeter. The perfusion index is now at 1.5, which would be far lower than the usual 6-11 range I had been seeing. The perfusion index (PI), I think, quantifies the qualitative descriptors of pulse of weak to strong and the range would be from 0 to 20%. It is the ratio of pulsatile flow of non-pulsatile flow. Pulsatile flow I think is also the blood flow attributed to the pumping of blood by the heart and 20% seems to be the maximum contribution of the heart to the total blood flow, which would mean that blood flow is not all generated by the heart. When the PI is 0.2% or lower, the person's heart is in such a bad state that the spO2 readings taken with the oximeter can no longer be used as a reliable indicator of oxygen saturation.
So, my guess now is that perhaps my month-long use of 30 ppm chloride dioxide at a liter of 30 ppm concentration per day may have caused enough disruption of the plaque along with attendant inflammation, and perhaps it may have released plenty of particles that maybe plenty of protein particles have kind of salted out, and that the increased detection of arrhythmia may be the result of the loss of a good seal in the vents of the heart causing it to pump weak. This is similar to what happens when one attempts to use sludge removers on old car engines where the removed sludges causes the cylinders to leak oil and the engine loses compression in each stroke because pressure is being lost through the leaks.
I'm of course guessing right now and hope I'm on the right track with this. So I'm going to have to deal with perceived problem first. i used copper aspirinate yesterday but it gave me diarrhea, and after taking 2 scoops of AC yesterday, it stil hasn't gone and I'm now using a Japanese pill to deal with the diarrhea. Meanwhile, I'm making myself a solution to improve the zeta potential of my blood composed largely of potassium citrate.
And then observe for improvements. I may go and get an ECG later to get a better measure of what's going on.