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Pets And High Blood Pressure:
They Can Also Be Part Of Your
Hypertension Treatment

Pets and high blood pressure could seem a little weird, but your furry friend nurture your mind, body and soul and are great as a therapy for high blood pressure, especially if you live alone. We now see pets being used in many medical settings, and they have proven to be very helpful as companions for people who have heart disease.  Every species has something they do best.

Woman and her dog.

With pets you usually attract what you give. Pets go by what's in your soul because they do not understand words. Communication and understanding between you and your pets not only makes life more interesting it can save lives.  We are all inter-connected.

I think the hugging that you give to them; they literally beg you to pet them, and unconditional love that a dog or cat return to you is amazing. Being greeted at the front door when you return home, with a few minutes spent just caressing or playing with your furry friend lowers your stress immediately.

There is no way you cannot smile when just getting that type of greeting every day.  It is a great way to just release all the tension within your body.  Our joy that our dogs and cats bring to us acts as a natural alternative high blood pressure treatment.

Pets And High Blood Pressure Treatment

Having a dog as your running or walking partner will reap big benefits for both of you.  They are extremely happy while running and so their joy in turn rubs off on you.  And, at the same time you are providing your canine with their needed exercise and giving you a sense of security while outside.

But how do you know if your dog is fit enough to run?

You should discuss with a Vet on your specific breed.  Though in general it is recommended that a puppy should be 1 to 2 years old, depending on the breed before you take them running.

Best Surfaces To Run

woman running with her dog.

Do think of the surfaces your dog will be running on and that also includes how that surface will affect your joints.  So always run on soft surfaces likes dirt and grass, that is better for their paws, because running on gravel or rocks can be painful.

And, make sure your dog drinks plenty of water so that they do not become dehydrated.

Have fun with while exercising and lowering your high blood pressure will be relatively easy.

Taking Care Of Your Pet's Health, Dogs and Cats with high blood pressure

In return your furry friend also needs to be taken care of, they too can suffer from high blood pressure.  It's not a novelty that pets need at least one visit per year to the vet, not only for their annual vaccine, but for a complete analysis of their overall health.

They keep us calmer and happier when we interact with them, in turn lowering our blood pressure.  When we think of our pretty furry friends and what is best for them we should consider how we could improve their lifestyle by offering them proper health care.

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