How Can I Control My Hypertension?
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure, you might be worried about what steps you need to take to bring your numbers down. Lifestyle plays a vital role in treating your high blood pressure. If you are able to control your blood pressure with a healthy lifestyle, you might avoid, delay or reduce the need for medication.
Uncontrolled high blood pressure (HBP or Hypertension) can be fatal. If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure, check out these simple steps to keep your Hypertension under control.
Reducing your blood pressure can help ward off heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, eye disease, and even cognitive decline. The goal of the new Hypertension guidelines is to encourage you to treat your high blood pressure seriously and take action to bring it down.
What Blood Pressure Is Considered Too High?
Blood pressure between 120 and 129 and less than 80 is considered elevated. This means that you do not have Hypertension, but there is always a risk to develop it in the future unless you adopt lifestyle changes to keep your blood pressure under control.
Here are the best ways to control your High Blood Pressure!
Watch your Weight
A little weight loss can produce lots of health rewards. You can experience health benefits from losing as few as 10 pounds. When it comes to High Blood Pressure Even a small amount of weight loss can help manage or prevent high blood pressure in those considered overweight (body mass index (BMI) of 25 or greater)
Eat a Healthy Diet
Choose foods high in fiber. Foods high in fiber include fruits, vegetables, dry peas, beans, and whole-grain (as opposed to highly processed) cereals, pasta, rice, and bread. They are generally low-calorie and are excellent sources of vitamins and minerals.
Choose whole-wheat vs. processed starches. In general, you should always choose whole-grain instead of processed starches. Whole-grain foods have a much higher nutritional value and leave you feeling more satisfied, which will also help prevent you from overeating.
Limit serving size. Keep in mind; it’s not just the type of foods you eat that’s important, but also the amount of overall food intake. To eat fewer calories, you need to limit your portion sizes.
Stressful situations can cause your blood pressure to spike temporarily; if these stressful situations are not taken care of, it can also cause long-term high blood pressure. These hormones temporarily spike your blood pressure by causing your heart to beat faster and your blood vessels to narrow.
If you have high blood pressure, participating in stress-free activities that can help improve your health can make a long-term difference in controlling your blood pressure for good!
Laser Therapy Watch
The scientifically validated Bluekiee™ Hypertension Laser Therapy Watch helps normalize High Blood Pressure. The Therapy watch uses advanced technology that can promote the proper circulation of your blood. Adequate blood circulation is essential for everyone but is especially helpful for heart attack patients, obese, smokers, and alcoholics, older adults who want to naturally & effectively normalize their elevated blood pressure. It is the ideal cure for anyone who is struggling with High Blood Pressure!
Some of the added benefits from The Bluekiee™ Laser Therapy Watch Include:
-Normalizes blood circulation
-Lower blood sugar
-Lower blood lipids (cholesterol. triglycerides)
-Conditioning blood gas
-Balance yin and yang
-Health brain enhance memory
-Improve Physical fitness
-Alleviates fatigue & headaches