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FAQ's For High Blood Pressure

   

Consider making certain lifestyle changes like reducing sodium intake, consuming heart-healthy foods, regular exercise, limiting alcohol or smoking, and maintaining a normal BMI

Although there are many plants like basil, cinammon, cardamom, flaxseed, garlic and ginger which have proven anti-hypertensive properties, they do not produce short-term effects. They must be accompanied with a healthy lifestyle in order to produce visible effects.

Cutting out excess salt, fat, alcohol and caffeine while introducing foods like oatmeal, potassium-rich fruits and vegetables are some necessary diet changes to be made when trying reduce blood pressure.

Some common factors that lead to high blood pressure are a poor sodium-rich diet, sedentary lifestyle, smoking, and a family history of chronic illnesses like diabetes and high cholesterol.

If you have high BP, avoid salt, deli meats, canned foods, pickled foods, sugar, tomato products, packaged foods, frozen foods and alcohol.

 
High BP or hypertension is a condition in which the pressure of blood flowing against the walls of the arteries is high enough for a prolonged period of time that it causes or may eventually cause serious heart problems. Blood pressure can be measured by the amount of blood your heart pumps to the rest if the body, as well as the level of resistance to the flow of blood through the arteries. If arteries are narrow in nature and the heart pumps more blood, it causes high blood pressure.
This condition generally develops over many years. It is very common and affects every person to varying degrees of intensity. However, if untreated it can lead to serious issues like heart attack, stroke and heart disease. Symptoms of high blood pressure include:
Severe headaches
Nosebleeds
Vision impairment
Difficulty breathing
Chest pain
Blood in the urine
Fatigue or confusion
Irregular heartbeat

There are two types of hypertension:
Primary or Essential Hypertension- This occurs in all adults and has no identifiable cause. It develops over many years.
Secondary Hypertension- This implies a high blood pressure experienced due to an underlying illness such as thyroid problems, obstructive sleep apnea, adrenal gland tumours, congenital defects in blood vessels, kidney problems, some OTC and prescription drugs, and illicit drugs like cocaine and amphetamines. It can cause symptoms worse than in primary hypertension.

Lifestyle changes are a major step in the path to blood pressure control. Some simple changes include reducing sodium intake, consuming heart-healthy foods, regular exercise, limiting alcohol or smoking, and maintaining a normal BMI. However, if lifestyle changes are not enough to reduce blood pressure, doctors may recommend certain medication depending on the patient’s age and medical history. Thiazide diuretics, Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, calcium channel blockers and Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) are all effective in high blood pressure treatment.

High blood pressure remedies include consuming potassium-rich foods like bananas, lowering the amount of salt used in cooking, cutting down on alcohol and caffeine, and by reducing stress. HerbsDaily offers a wide range of supplements which aid in the control of blood pressure.

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