High blood pressure is known as the “silent killer” because it is very difficult to recognize, and can lead to heart disease, heart attack, stroke, dementia and kidney failure. Learn how to keep it under control without medication.
High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of death in America and a whopping 25 percent of the population has it. The good news is that it can be kept under control without medication. Here is how.
Almonds contain a very small amount of sodium, which is of great importance to maintain healthy blood pressure levels. On the other hand, almonds are rich in potassium, which helps the heart muscle, and nerve transmission remain strong. The result of this improvement in cardiac function is that blood pressure does not have a chance to rise above normal values. Approximately 60 g of almonds a day is through amount for health care, say nutritionists.
Drink water from the coconut
Studies have shown that potassium, magnesium and vitamin C contained in coconut water this drink are very healthy. Water is the healthiest she found in young fruits.
Cook with turmeric
Turmeric is a spice that should definitely have in your kitchen from a variety of reasons, one of which is that studies have shown that 80 mg of turmeric daily has a significant effect on lowering high blood pressure. In addition, curcumin in turmeric is proven to reduce the risk of liver disease, and Alzheimer’s disease.
If you have regular physical activity, likely to suffer from high blood pressure are very small and that’s because exercise strengthens the heart, a strong heart pumped more blood with less effort. If your heart work less hard, the power of the arteries increases the blood pressure is lowered. Only half an hour of exercise a few times a week is enough to keep your blood pressure on a healthy level.
Sing under the shower
Scream into a pillow when you’re stressed out, dance around the house, find a way to shake off and release the stress on the unsuspecting way. When we are under stress our heart beat faster, and as a result, the blood vessels of the curve and blood pressure jumps. Delayed stress which is not released in the long run can cause hypertension. It is important to stress the fray in time, in ways that will not affect your family and friends.
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