There are numerous natural medicine therapeutics that can be particularly effective to help control mild to moderate hypertension. It is noteworthy that combined allopathic and naturopathic approaches can often help lessen the need for high-dose conventional drug therapy, and=or can help offset some of the side effects of such therapy. While no option in itself may be completely sufficient, several of the previously reviewed supplements used together and combined with consistent lifestyle changes, such as increased exercise, increased potassium and magnesium intake, and lowered sodium intake, will often lead to substantial reductions in hypertension.
Studies have shown that over 80% of all doctor visits and hospital admissions can be attributed directly or indirectly to stress, thus proving that stress has clear and devastating physical consequences well beyond the mental anguish. It is paramount to remember throughout the day:
It is better to de-stress (lose stress) before you experience dis-stress (bad stress); for when we experience stress, it robs us of our existence in a state of "ease" or health, thus, we enter the realm of dis-ease (disease).
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Your heart pumps blood throughout your body using a network of tubing called arteries and capillaries which return the blood back to your heart via your veins. Blood pressure is the force of the blood pushing against the walls of your arteries as your heart beats.Learn more...