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Curb your BP: Make Life Easy

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In the modern world, the high blood pressure problem has become pandemic now. The World Health Organization has declared that more than 600 Million people have diagnosed having high blood pressure. And in the present this is continuing to grow, even the hypertension is fully cured and preventable if it is detected and treated early. Controlling high blood pressure is much necessary if you have any problem related to kidney or heart. Anti-hypertensive medicines have a variety of bad side effects and cannot be given to all ages and gender.


There are many natural remedies available for effectively maintaining your high blood pressure. People develop problems related to blood pressure very easily as they are living very less active life, spending their most of the time in bed, less or no household chores which lead them to weight gain. In their daily life they take much healthy diet but they burn very less calories. These extra calories that are more than sufficient than they require getting converted into fat and stored in body parts such as liver, muscles and blood vessels which makes people obese. In order to increase metabolism of fats you should make yourself engage at least 30 min in following daily exercises like aerobics, weight lifting, common household chores etc.


Eating plans with right stuffs and right amount can maintain your normal blood pressure. Taking healthy and natural foods is one of the best high blood pressure natural remedies for having normal blood pressure. You should strictly avoid having much sodium in your diet as sodium retains fluid in body arteries and enhance heart’s load. It is highly recommended for adults that they can take daily about a teaspoon or 6 grams of salt. Potassium has the opposite effect of sodium as it relaxes the blood vessels, cause arterial dilation and makes easier blood flow into the body. To improve potassium intake in your body you can take fresh bananas, raisins, unsalted nuts, oranges, poultry and fishes.


You should try to increase your daily intake of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, Omega-3 fatty acids in order to wash up unwanted triglycerides, bad cholesterols, saturated fats etc. and maintain normal blood flow on the arteries. Olive oil or canola oil is the best source of less or no saturated fats. You can use these oils to fry your vegetables as they have artery-friendly unsaturated fats. Other sources of unsaturated fats are almonds, cashew, walnuts, hazelnuts, deep water fishes, fruits, grains, green vegetables, Omega-3 fatty acids and many more.


You can also use artery-friendly anti-oxidants such as resveratrol, lutein, lycopene, catechin polypenols, zeaxanthin, ascorbic acid vitamins and etc. You should take fibers rich food, also known as heart-friendly minerals because of a rich source of potassium, magnesium and calcium, as they can easily trap harmful saturated fats, lipids and eliminate them throughout the body through the stool. You should also avoid your other bad habits causing high blood pressure.

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