While our blood pressure naturally rises and falls throughout the day, high blood pressure can develop over time. It can be caused by unhealthy lifestyle choices, stress, medical conditions, or a combination of these. Sometimes our motivation to take care of ourselves and keep up a healthy routine depends on our knowledge about our body. Here, we will tell you why and how blood pressure rises.
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!
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.
Have you checked your blood pressure at home and found your blood pressure was low? A blood pressure reading that's lower than 90 mm Hg for the top number (systolic) or 60 mm Hg for the bottom number (diastolic) is generally considered low blood pressure. This article will discuss the possible cause of low blood pressure and what to do with it.