• Kicking it hypertension to the curb

    Kicking it hypertension to the curb

    Hypertension, or high blood pressure, has been the silent killer of many Americans over the years, and it’s numbers are growing. It is clearly disease of the modern age. Hypertension is a byproduct of our fast-paced lifestyle that, as a nation, showing no signs of slowing down. As a result of excess worry and mental tension in our daily lives, we release adrenaline in our bloodstream, causing the body’s blood pressure to rise, leading to hypertension.
    Unfortunately, there are very few actual symptoms of this disease. Those with mild to moderate hypertension may feel pain in the back of the head and neck first ing in the morning.other signs and symptoms include periods of dizziness, plus aches and pains throughout e arms, shoulder region, back and legs. Untreated victims may suffer from severe tiredness and bouts of fatigue., emotional upset or crossness, weariness, nose bleeding and frequent urination.
    A high-stress lifestyle is often the case for people who suffer from hypertension. Often they are smokers and heavy drinkers and typically have an extremely poor diet.
    Hold on, there is some good news. The proper diet and nutrition can stabilize and even correct this condition. High blood pressure sufferers should be eating a diet low protein. That means reduce your intake of meats and eggs while increasing your consumption of fruits and vegetables.
    Fruits such as pineapples, oranges, apples, pears, mangoes, guavas and grapes are great choices and hydrating the body and fighting hypertension, and should be considered at two different intervals daily.
    Vegetables that combat hypertension include cucumbers, carrots, onions, tomatoes, spinach, ravishes MCAT. Combined these ingredients together with a little dressing and treat yourself to one flavorful salad.
    Remember that you are what you eat, like it or not. Everything you put in your system will either benefit or hurt it. Please choose wisely.
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