Simple Guidance To Lower Your Blood Pressure
High Blood Pressure?
A Silent Killer
Lowering Your Blood Pressure Permanently
If there are no symptoms, how can you control your blood pressure?
Measure, measure, measure
CCheck your blood pressure regularly. If you’re blood pressure is above 140/90 mmHg it is considered as elevated.
Adjust Your Lifestyle
An unhealthy lifestyle can raise your blood pressure. Avoid smoking, salt, alcohol, obesity, too little exercise, stress, etc.
In some cases, your doctor may prescribe medication to lower your blood pressure.
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Blood pressure monitoring
The risks of high blood pressure
High blood pressure has a detrimental effect on your entire cardiovascular system and can eventually lead to serious problems such as heart failure.
First, prolonged high pressure can damage your blood vessels, organs, and eyes.
Second, accumulations in your veins (cholesterol, blood clots) may start to form and can increase the risk of a heart attack.
Finally, your heart has to work harder, which also increases the risk of heart failure.
Along with other risk factors, high blood pressure increases the risk of heart attack or stroke by a factor of 2 or 3!
The risk of kidney failure also increases considerably.
The more important the older you get
We usually associate high blood pressure with older people. This in itself is correct because you are more susceptible to high blood pressure the older you get.
But did you know that you already have an increased risk of hypertension from the age of 40? That’s why cardiologists recommend checking your blood pressure regularly as of this age.
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