Natural Blood Pressure Supplements
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 9 years ago • 3 min read

Hypertension, commonly referred to as high blood pressure, is a serious health problem that is reportedly affects about one-third of all Americans. Hypertension has a hereditary link and may be treated with vitamin supplements and other natural substances, such as garlic.

High blood pressure is never easy to deal with, but it’s even worse when it’s hereditary. Hereditary hypertension can be almost impossible to control on your own. This is especially true if both your parents suffer from high blood pressure.

This doesn’t mean you should give up though. There are ways to reduce hereditary hypertension. You just need to follow a bit of healthy advice.

Symptoms of High Blood Pressure and Hypertension: -

High blood pressure is a silent disease. Most people with high blood pressure don't have any symptoms, so they don't know if they have it unless their blood pressure is checked. The causes of high blood pressure vary. Disorders such as diabetes and high blood cholesterol may contribute to high blood pressure.

In some cases, however, a person can have high blood pressure symptoms. Possible symptoms of high blood pressure include:

• Headache • Dizziness • Blurred vision • Nausea.

Natural Supplements for Hypertension: -

Medications can help solve hypertension problem but the cure cannot be found on drugs. Drugs can only sustain what is deemed safe limits but cannot guarantee that there will be no attacks. Dietary practices and physical activity can help prevent or control hypertension. Obese people are more likely to have hypertension than slim bodied people. There are prescribed ideal weight for a particular height and age of a person. Trimming down to an ideal weight will be a big help.

Alcohol is not advised when you are hypertensive because it induces high blood pressure. But doctors advise one shot of red wine after every meal to help gain antioxidants. Taking more is not advisable.

Studies proved that foods low in salt is very helpful. Limit salt intake to 4 g a day or ask physician for better advice. Keeping the taste of your foods as natural as possible is the best diet.

While cutting down salt intake, consume more fruits and vegetables, especially foods rich in potassium such as dried apricots, nuts, and others. Potassium can help lower blood pressure. For those with kidney disorder, avoid taking potassium-rich foods as it can complicate the matter.

Increase exercise, particularly those, which help to reduce stress such as yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates. Exercise can help you lose weight, reduce fat in the bloodstream, decrease stress and prevent or reduce hypertension.

Drink lots of water, which not only ensures proper bodily function and the elimination of waste products and toxins from your system, it can also greatly reduce hypertension naturally. As a general rule, drink 50 percent of your body weight in ounces daily. That is, if you weigh 200 pounds you should drink 100 oz. of water everyday.

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