Studies have found that the use of Nitric Oxide for the elderly may help to reduce blood pressure, increase blood flow, and decrease symptoms of degenerative neurological disorders/diseases. However, studies regarding the interaction of Nitric Oxide with medications for high blood pressure, cholesterol, and other problems are very little if at all available. It is extremely important that careful attention is given to the possible negative interactions Nitric Oxide can cause in a person of your age. While asking your doctor may seem bothersome, it is highly recommended that you do as your doctor has a better understanding of your medical history and can safely advise you.
That is to say, the convention is to consider the boat as external to the water ... even though it might seem more logical to think of the water as external to the boat. This may seem arbitrary, but at least it is consistent with the aforementioned electrochemical corollary ( item 12 ), so that oxidation reactions take place at the anode, and reduction reactions take place at the cathode. This leads us to the useful concept of a sacrificial anode , which is just a cheap, easily-replaceable electrode that is placed in the water and arranged to have a large positive voltage with respect to the rest of the boat. That makes everything else on the boat a cathode, greatly reducing corrosion, because most forms of corrosion involve oxidation reactions. To say the same thing in other words, inside the water, highly corrosive anions such as OH – and Cl – are flowing toward the anode and away from everything else, in accordance with the anions-to-anode rule. The anode, of course, corrodes rapidly, and needs to be replaced on occasion.
Hello Cherie Taylor,
what a beautiful name, it is my middle child’s name just vice verse ( Taylor Cherie). I too had a Menginoma Brain tumor but it was in Dec. 2008 and had it removed on the 12th. I remember in October at work feeling so bad with this terrible headache that just would not go away, I just could not deal with it any longer so I had to make a doc appt. and they told me to come in. I was told I had an upper respiratory infection and a sinus infection, so they gave me this 7 day dose pak to take. It worked and I was like my problem was gone. Until I completed it, then the pain came back worse than before. I had to go back so he was like I am going to send you to an ENT, ( at this time I had this buzzing sound in my ear that would not go away). I went the next day and they found out I had hearing loss in my left ear so for some reason they wanted to send me to get an MRI of my brain to check things out to make sure all is well. I didn’t think nothing of that, just thought maybe this is a serious sinus infection.
Well did the MRI, A day later the ENT office called around 3:30 pm and asked could I come into the office for my results.. I was like ” I can not just get off work like that and I already took my lunch for today and I get off in an hour” they said we close at 5 and the doctor said they would stay until you get here. ” I was like what is going on with those results”