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Sleeping And Its Benefits - Overcoming High Blood Pressure, Issue #36
May 02, 2014
Sleeping And Its Benefits - Issue #36
Sleeping and its benefits relates to how you depend on your daily nutrition to maintain your health. It is the same with your body it is a vital part of your wellness.
For me I have found that the best stress buster is sleep. When you are sleeping your immune system repairs itself, your brain takes the opportunity to wind down, sort out neural connections made during the previous day and restore itself.
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Sleeping and its benefits is crucial to individuals with high blood pressure and also in fighting illness.
Aligning your body to its clock is in your best interest. Let me tell you some of the things that will happen to you if you are not sleeping:
- Lack of sleep increases your risk of heart disease
Some things to consider: If you are having a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep, look at your sleeping environment.
If you have insomnia or a snoring problem see
your doctor or a sleep specialist for the proper treatment.
Presently I am not on any high blood pressure medication, and this was due to a very bad allergic reaction to my medication. By initial Doctor told me I would have to be on medications for the rest of my life.
I control my blood pressure with a couple of alternative treatments. These treatments include exercising regularly, acupuncture, the type of food I consume and that include lots of salad and greens, increased potassium intake and essential oils.
Losing weight plays a big part in the lowering of my blood pressure.
All this is in my book and for the past couple of months it has been working. I do have occasionally spike in my blood pressure readings but I am monitored by my cardiologist and my general doctor.
Since then to now, and after being on all different types of high blood pressure medications with many side effects, I have incorporated every detail of this book into my life with success of reducing my high blood pressure.
In "Your High Blood Pressure Definitive Guidebook Towards Optimun Health" I reveal specific ways I reduced my high blood pressure from 160/100 to between 117/79 and 121/82, naturally. I wrote this guidebook because I want to share with you my discoveries on the many ways I was able to reduce my high blood pressure.
Now you too can do the same by incorporating these changes into your life.
So start your journey to control your high blood pressure levels. Here's to your good health and purchase your copy today.
And thank you.
Have you ever eaten sea bass fillet soup? It is high in fiber, low in calories and is delicious. All within the guidelines of keeping your high blood pressure under control.
Here is the Sea Bass Fillet Soup Recipe for you to enjoy.
This will be an ongoing effort of mine where I will be providing you with links to lower your high blood pressure with the foods you eat. In time I'll have tons of recipes, some will be weekly menus for you to choose from.
Today I have provided you with a dinner recipe that include superfoods that are heart healthy.
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