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10 Dec 17
I was diagnosed with ideopathic intracranial hypertension 2 years ago with Papilledema. Last year the pressure readings were over 300, last week they were down to 95. Now the only change I made was intermittent fasting; not consciously but by fluke of how my days pan out. I was told by a friend I was doing the 5:2 so I checked it out and logged on. All I can say is that I feel a lot better and my IIH symptoms are not as bad. The headaches and dizziness are still there but i am going further between flare ups. Just thought I’d share in case anyone else has the same condition and was considering this lifestyle change. I’m pleased I did and am now looking further into it.
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