Simple ways to reduce high blood pressure

The best treatment is the one that cures the condition. This is the logical conclusion that anyone must come to when considering medical treatment. But all too often the primary cause is overlooked and the condition is not treated properly.

The treatment given in the Blood Pressure Cure sheet addresses the primary causes first and foremost. Effective treatment of high blood pressure (hypertension) does not require expensive drugs or a vigorous exercise regime. What it does require is common sense and a little care taken to follow a balanced and healthy lifestyle. You can control your blood pressure simply and effectively. You just have to know how. The treatment given in the Cure sheet has been proven to be 100% effective. Moreover, its natural remedies are completely safe, with absolutely no adverse side effects whatsoever.

Symptoms:

Lack of sound sleep, getting up a number of times at night to urinate, headache, dizziness, palpitation or pain in the chest, etc.

Causes:

Body fat, in the absence of sufficient physical activity, is not broken down or converted into heat or energy. This surplus fat exerts pressure on the various organs and glands of the body, and when it accumulates within the veins and arteries it narrows the passage available for the blood and gradually obstructs the activity of the blood vessels. As a result, the heart is forced to overwork just to maintain the blood circulation.

An excessively protein-rich diet (particularly meat and other animal products) may also cause hypertension. The surplus protein in the diet increases the acidity of the blood, and the over-acidic blood weakens the blood-producing and blood-purifying organs such as the liver, kidneys, etc. As a result, the veins and arteries get hardened and weak. These hardened, weak blood vessels cannot maintain the blood circulation, and so the heart again has to over-work just to keep the organs functioning normally. In this condition, because the weak blood vessels may not be able to bear the over-activity of the heart, they may burst and cause internal hemorrhaging.

Treatment:

As with most ailments, treatment of both high and low blood pressure involves short-term relief and cure, combined with an understanding of the primary cause of the condition to prevent recurrence.

Take B vitamins. B-complex vitamins — B-6, B-12 and folic acid (folate) — have been shown to work together to reduce blood levels of homocysteine.

Don't smoke. Stopping smoking reduces your risk of High blood pressure. Ten years after quitting, your risk for High blood pressure is the same as that of a nonsmoker.

Control diabetes. You can manage both diabetes and high blood pressure with diet, exercise, weight control and medication.

Maintain a healthy weight. Being overweight contributes to other risk factors for high blood pressure such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Weight loss of as little as 10 pounds may lower your blood pressure and improve your cholesterol levels.

Don't use illicit drugs. Many street drugs, such as cocaine, are associated with a definite risk of high blood pressure.
Drink alcohol in moderation, if at all. Alcohol can be both a risk factor and a preventive measure for stroke. Binge drinking and heavy alcohol consumption increases your risk of high blood pressure and of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. However, light to moderate drinking — no more than one drink daily for women or one to two drinks daily for men — can increase your HDL cholesterol and decrease your blood's clotting tendency. Both factors can contribute to a reduced risk of high blood pressure.

Manage stress. Stress can cause a temporary spike in your blood pressure — a risk factor for brain hemorrhage — or long-lasting hypertension. Simplifying your life, exercising and using relaxation techniques are all approaches to stress reduction that you can learn.

Exercise regularly. Aerobic exercise reduces your risk of high blood pressure in many ways. Exercise can lower your blood pressure, increase your level of HDL cholesterol, and improve the overall health of your blood vessels and heart. It also helps you lose weight and control diabetes, and can reduce stress. Gradually work up to 30 to 45 minutes of activity — such as walking, jogging, swimming or bicycling — on most, if not all, days of the week.


 





 

 

 

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