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Different Types of Treatment For High Blood Pressure That Works

Take a serious look at the different types of treatment for high blood pressure to prevent the devastating consequences to your heart, kidney and brain. Especially if you have uncontrolled high blood pressure. The medical field has more understanding of what causes chronic diseases and how to reverse them.

Researchers are discovering links between flawed genes and certain health conditions and high blood pressure is one of them.  You can dramatically turn your health around and strengthen your resistance to disease.

The good news is that today, right now, high blood pressure can be brought under control using the tools that are currently available on the market.

Your Treatment For High Blood Pressure Goal

Your treatment goal will depend on your present blood pressure.

  1. If your blood pressure is normal, and that is less than 120/80 mm Hg, you must keep it normal.

  2. If you have high blood pressure, lowering it to normal levels and keeping it there is of high priority.

  3. If you have complications of high blood pressure, preventing those complications from progressing and if possible reversing them.

And remember to always consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet.

Easy Changes In Treating High Blood Pressure

Minerals To Lower Blood Pressure

Doctors have known for years that these mineral lowers high blood pressure, so be sure to include them in sufficient amount in your diet.

Potassium: Eat plenty of fruits and beans. If you decide to take a potassium supplement do not exceed 4,000 mg per day.

Calcium: Dairy products. Women often need extra calcium in supplemental form to prevent osteoporosis. If taking supplements your intake should be between 1,000 and 1,500 mg per day.

Magnesium:  Increase your intake of green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds and whole grains. Magnesium intake of 500 to 1,000 mg per day primarily from foods is recommended.

Laughter Can Heal HBP

Author Norman Cousins and Joel Goodman, the head of the Humor Project, Inc. states that humor helps in the management of most diseases.  

Humor relieves stress and that the psychological and physiological effects of laughter have been proven in a variety of areas to lower high blood pressure.  How can you go about including laughter into your life as a treatment for high blood pressure?

Find out for yourself what makes you smile, whether watching stand-up comedians, clowns or just finding your own source of amusement and just do it.

Start laughing.  One thing I know for sure, once you start laughing you will be in a much better mood.

Gastric Bypass To Lower High Blood Pressure

Gastric bypass also plays a role in the treatment for high blood pressure.

The results of a paper in the Nutrition in Clinical Practice on four hundred consecutive gastric bypass patients post-op review after a year showed that their blood pressure improved between 80 to 100%.

Those results are impressive when you think that for one year their blood pressure was under total control.  So that means one year less of damages to the organs within their bodies.

The Ultimate Goal In Reversing HBP

I would love to say that all the natural supplements I recommended would magically lower your blood pressure for life, but as you know nothing is that easy.

Although numerous foods and supplements can help in the treatment for high blood pressure, the best results occur when they are part of a larger program.

The larger program consists of exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet, maintaining your ideal weight, de-stressing your life, saying goodbye to smoking, keeping your intake of alcohol to a reasonable level and if necessary including medication.

How Are You Living With High Blood Pressure

Since your diagnosis, how are you handling it and whats your treatment?

Do rave about your health.

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