Low blood pressure can cause lightheadedness, clamminess, anxiety, and others. Low blood pressure symptoms can frequently be made worse when a patient stands very rapidly. Normally, changes take place in the vascular system that enable a person to maintain their blood pressure when changing from a lying or sitting position to a standing position. When these vascular changes are not as responsive as they should be, or when the body has difficulty maintaining normal blood pressure because of low body temperature patterns, or because of decreased blood volumes (due to blood loss, shock, or dehydration), then one might have difficulty in maintaining a normal blood pressure. The WT3 protocol has been seen to alleviate these symptoms of intermittently low blood pressure. It is my feeling that MED leads to decreased vascular tone and decreased vascular responsiveness leading to more difficulty in maintaining adequate blood pressure. It’s a little like using a pair of vice-grips or adjustable pliers that are set at the wrong setting to exert pressure on a particular pipe. If the pliers are set too “loose” even though one may be able to squeeze the handles all the way together, the “jaws” may still be positioned so far apart that they cannot exert the proper pressure upon the pipe to accomplish what is necessary.