Research shows that some supplements may help lower blood pressure. These include magnesium, potassium, vitamin D, CoQ10, garlic, and fish oil. While there may be many more herbal remedies and supplements, most have little or no research associated, or may have a weak correlation to benefit. Here’s what to watch out for so you can give both your heart and your bank account a break.
If you are reading this, you likely have been told that you have elevated blood pressure at some point in the past. But if you ever have severe symptoms, it is sometimes difficult to know if your symptoms are a sign of something serious. Knowing your body is crucial in knowing how to handle scary situations. Here we will talk about how to recognize and respond to those situations.
When you measure your blood pressure at home, do you always look at the number but not sure how it looks? Is it high or low? Should you be worried about it? Read this article to learn more about the blood pressure readings!
Managing your blood pressure often begins with what kinds of things make it rise. We all know that monitoring blood pressure is critical to knowing your blood pressure triggers. But If you don’t know those triggers, here are 9 great tenets to live by for healthy blood pressure. Start a healthy habit and see your blood pressure change within weeks!
People usually hear about high blood pressure and the importance of managing it. But what about low blood pressure? Low blood pressure, or hypotension, is when our blood pressure is less than 90/60 mm Hg. While the lower the blood pressure the better, it should stay out of the hypotensive range. This article will share what causes hypotension, health issues associated with it, and how to manage hypotension.
High blood pressure is known as the "silent killer" because it has no symptoms, but it can lead to serious health problems. Over time, high blood pressure can damage your heart, blood vessels, other organs, and it can increase your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. You may have made some lifestyle changes and/or took blood pressure medications to help lower it. Read on to learn several important methods to maintain a stable blood pressure once you get it controlled.
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, affects around 45% of adults in the United States. Having hypertension puts you at increased risk for heart disease and stroke, which are the leading causes of death in the United States. In this blog, we will discuss the most common myths associated with hypertension.