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High Blood Pressure Treatment
In the United States there are an estimated 68 million people have high blood pressure; that’s one
in three adults! High blood pressure has been listed as a primary or contributing source in the
deaths of over 348,000 Americans in the year of 2008 alone. Furthermore, 69 percent of peoples’
first heart attack, 74 percent with chronic heart failure, and 77 percent of people who have had
their first stroke, all have high blood pressure. High blood pressure is one of the leading diseases
in America. The ACLS Certification Course can get you certified by the American Heart
Association within a few hours. These statistics are crippling, and something needs to be done.
There are many organizations that are raising awareness of
the effects of high blood pressure and its prominence in
America. In fact, $131 billion is spent annually in America
towards high blood pressure medical expenses. Treating
high blood pressure may seem difficult, but it all starts with
sodium.
Studies have shown that a high level of sodium intake is the
root cause of most cases of high blood pressure. Americans
traditionally eat salty food. If you would like, take a look at
some of the ingredients listed on the foods you have at
home or around you. Chances are, unless they specifically
say no sodium, they will have salt added. So with this in
mind, the first natural step in reducing high blood pressure
is to eat healthier and with less sodium. Furthermore, try to
leave out other harmful substances like saturated fat and
cholesterol that are also contributors to high blood pressure,
as well as many other harmful diseases like heart disease. Having a diet rich in fruits, vegetables,
and unsalted meats is a great start to living a healthier lifestyle.
As it turns out, exercise is crucial treatment of high blood pressure. Physical fitness allows the
body to operate at its fullest potential with an accelerated metabolism. Being able to fully digest
foods, and have the cardiovascular system running in peak condition will dramatically reduce
high blood pressure as well as a number of other diseases. The best exercise plan that targets
high blood pressure will be primarily based around aerobics. Aerobics is essentially exercises
while using oxygen to sustain the muscles, rather than acids in anaerobic exercises. Aerobics
generate healthy blood flow, essential in decreasing blood pressure.
Studies have concluded that mental factors like anxiety, stress, or excessively tense lifestyles can
all be contributing factors to high blood pressure. While these factors can never actually cause
long term effects in blood pressure, they can make the process for treatment much slower. Be
sure to try and change any lifestyle habits that may contribute to a stressful life. If possible
consult a psychiatrist as well as a medical doctor when treating high blood pressure.
More info:
NHCPS


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