Blood Pressure Remedies Guide

Blood Pressure Remedies Guide

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High Blood Pressure Home Remedies - The Natural Way

“A newspaper is a circulating library with high blood pressure.”

High blood pressure hypertension, often called a silent killer, is the pressure of the blood in the arteries. Blood pressure is typically recorded as the systolic pressure as the heart beats over the diastolic pressure time between two beats. A consistent blood pressure reading of 140/90 mm Hg or higher is considered high blood pressure. Untreated, high blood pressure will cause heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure, injury to the brain and eyes.

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•It is imperative on part of patients with high blood to adopt a salt restricted diet regimen. Uncooked or table salt must be completely avoided. In fact, in accordance with the gravity of situation, it is advisable that they may adopt an oil free diet. Similar to cutting down on salt, it is advisable that they cut down on the consumption of oil and fat. Instead of opting for seasoning in salt, seasoning in pepper may be a better option as the 'cayeene' content of pepper prevents accumulation of platelets; thereby facilitating a smooth circulation.

•Brisk walking for thirty minutes at least twice a day serves to reduce high pressure.

•Sedentary lifestyle marked by stress and tension contributes to high pressure. So stress free life aided by relaxation and meditation will be of considerable help.

•Even free hand exercises such as jogging, cycling, free hand exercises and swimming are beneficial for controlling high blood pressure.

•Cutting down on smoking and alcoholic consumption is also mandatory.

•Mint leaves contribute significantly to reducing blood pressure. Powdered form of dried mint leaves may be had twice a day to reduce high blood pressure. Two teaspoonfuls of the same may contribute directly to reducing high blood pressure.

•One of the medicinal properties of garlic caters to the reduction of arterial spasms. So consumption of garlic contributes significantly towards lowering blood pressure and also ensuring control over pulse rate and cardiac rhythm.

•Lemon also keeps hypertension under control by adding to the strength of capillaries. Regular consumption of lemon juice squeezed into water without salt or
**sugar will serve to control blood pressure by controlling the wear and tear of arteries with its invaluable Vitamin P content.

•Similar to lemon juice, grapes also serve to reduce blood pressure with its Vitamin P content.

•Gooseberry also serves to keep blood pressure under control. Gooseberry mixed with honey should be taken every morning.

•Dried and roasted seeds of watermelon also serve to reduce blood pressure by dilating the blood vessels.

•Consumption of vegetables including potato, parsley, carrot and spinach play significant role in reducing blood pressure. Juice made out of raw spinach and
**carrot works to reduce blood pressure with two glasses being taken twice a day.

•Celery and broccoli deserve special mention amongst all vegetables as 'phytochemical' content of theirs serve to lower blood pressure. Celery helps to control

**stress hormone that has constricting effects on blood vessels.

•Fruits rich in Vitamin B, sodium and potassium such as banana, grapes, oranges and apricots also serve to improve the circulatory system.

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