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What is high blood pressure? High blood pressure in men and women is a big problem. One in three American adults, about 65 million people, has high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Many more are at risk of developing it. More than half of Americans age 60 and older have hypertension, with a lifetime risk of 90%. Typically, blood pressure increases with age. The risk of high blood pressure begins to increase after age 45, although it can occur in younger people. African-Americans tend to develop younger and more severe hypertension. Obesity or a family history of high blood pressure also increases the risk. Does drinking water lower blood pressure? High blood pressure (hypertension) affects 1 in 3 adults in the United States. When a person has high blood pressure, blood flow through the arteries is higher than normal. There are ways to prevent and treat high blood pressure. It starts with lifestyle. Regular exercise will keep your heart healthy and your stress levels low. In addition, mindfulness exercises such as meditation, yoga and journal writing can help reduce stress. Maintaining a nutrient-rich diet will also help. Limit your intake of processed foods, sugar, alcohol and fried foods. Also, it is best to avoid tobacco if you smoke. Along with a healthy diet, drinking water and staying hydrated can also help maintain healthy blood pressure. In this article, we will discuss the relationship between hydration and heart health and explain the recommended water intake. Dehydration and blood pressure It is important to stay hydrated for overall health. There is a link between dehydration and blood pressure. When the body is properly hydrated, the heart is able to pump blood efficiently, allowing it to move easily throughout the body, although more research needs to be done on this topic. When the body is dehydrated, the heart has to use more force and pump harder to distribute blood throughout the body. It takes more effort to get the blood to the tissues and organs. Dehydration results in lower blood volume, which causes an increase in heart rate and blood pressure. Translated from www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)