High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious health problem that can lead to heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure. A blood pressure reading of 140/90 mm Hg or above is considered high. Hypertension usually is diagnosed when a person has a sustained high reading over a certain period of time Common causes or contributing factors of hypertension are obesity, genetic factors, excessive drinking, high salt intake, lack of aerobic exercise, stress, birth control pills, pain relievers, kidney disease, and adrenal disease.
Medication is often prescribed for hypertension. You can also help control it with simple natural remedies.
There are age variations, so if you are over 60 years old 140/90 is not high, the limits per new expert guidelines is then even rather 150/90. If you take the usual prescribed pharmaceuticals you must also seriously take into account their risks and side effects, also for heart health. Therefore natural alternatives to lower blood pressure are so much better. Selleri seeds , garlic and especially grape kernels many studies has shown to lower blood pressure effectively!
All the comments below are very good and informative do help reduce blood pressure. However, in my case, my blood pressure went up to 140, and also why my sodium levels went up so high? The only thing that I changed in my lifestyle and diet was switching from Anadin Tablets to "Dissovable Panadol Tablets". Stopped these immediately and have gone back to tablets.
A friend of mine is a heart specialist.
I had BP 155/105. He asked me to change some life style or daily activities. I m fine now.
Below routine as per his advice.
Just 30 minutes fast walk continuously & BP will lower rapidly. Body must sweat.
My Personal experience, 3rd july 2018 BP reading 155/105.
Gradually decreased day by day...
Lemon water in the morning.
30 minutes fast walk.
Heavy break fast, anything u like , eggs without yolk.
After 1 hr Green tea.
Water as much.
Anything of choice food, but no fried / junk food or oily stuff+ equal quantity of sald + 2/3 raw garlic. No salt or v light.
Green tea after an hr.
Dinner: a bowl full of sald mixed with Olive oil +vinegar. No salt.
Water 2-3 litter per day.
In 18 days i have reached this milestone.
20th july 2018.
hello mam .i suddenly noticed ur channel and subcribe it just now ..i have high pressure problem 203/120 ....on few month ago ...at present it comes to 140/90 .i take tables regularly ....mam u told to drink lemon juice in empty stomach .so how to take lemon juice is it in warm water or normal water ? can i put sugar or honey in it ? waiting for ur rply .thanku.
My husband’s high blood pressure lowered significantly in only one week from eating celery also drinking pomegranate juice. His doctor was surprised since he did not take the medications that were prescribed. It works fast. Take it regularly, two or three times a week. Eat two or three stalks of celery and drink one cup of pomegranate juice two or three times each week. And whenever you feel like you want or need it.
A good solution is to donate blood. Not only you benefit from it but you also help someone else too. As the volume drops so does the BP, a similar effect that is achieved via diuretics. Pls be helpful to others.
Believe it or not, people, blood pressure reading for normal use to be 150 over 90 in the USA & still is in other countries. Anybody wants to guess WHY the USA lowered it blood pressure scale??? You got it! To sell more rx meds, which means making more money for the Click Ring: MD doctors & Pharmaceutical company. You do know that the big drug company is our doctors boss. We are just the product, not patient.
Do any of these lower BP quickly? currently I'm on a couple drugs because I can't take alternative ones. but it would be nice to be off all of them since I know if I give the body all it needs, it'll 'fix' itself.. which would be a good thing.
Mine is gone for 4 yrs I was in 2 Novask a day and hydrochloride I think it was....I stopped eating junk foods....I ate a lot of celery...Onion, leek carrots tomato, garlic soup. And no more HBP also blended pur chayotte juice
Continue on your prescribed meds. Let your doctor continue to monitor your blood pressure. Your physician is the best person to evaluate your b/p. Some persons may be taking more than one tablet for example. In some instances your doctor may find it necessary to reduce it to one. In the same breath, if you are taking one tablet, then by constant evaluation, your doctor might find it necessary to reduce the dosage; say for example from 20 mgs to 10 mgs, as the case may be. Do not volunteer to cease taking your prescribed medications like that. You could be making a bad situation worse.
Hi Joel, how are you?
Are you still consuming most of the things mentioned in the video?
Also, did you cut down on sodium intake? If yes, then what was your daily limit of sodium?
I'm have very high blood pressure and i'm going to do anything to get it under control. I already exercise a lot, but i will focus more on cardio training from now.
You said it took you 1 month? Is your BP still under control? How high was is before?
MH motorVlogs sorry. But I no longer take meds. . I did most of everthing on this video for a month and my blOod pressure is perfect and I also drank cilantro tea twice a day and my blOod sugar is at 100 everyday . I haven't taken meds for a month and 5 days. God bless and don't knock it till you try it..
Don't but British food from the supermarkets they are full of sugar and salt for a food addiction. It's all done by design to extract money from you and make the banker investors rich. Sugar, pure, white and deadly.
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