The ONE organ responsible for high blood pressure.
The 8 most effective tricks for lowering blood pressure
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 activities such as meditation, yoga and journal writing can help reduce stress. How to lower blood pressure quickly? 1. increase activity and exercise more 2. limit sugar and refined carbohydrates. 3. eat more potassium and less sodium 4. eat less processed food 5. stop smoking 6. make sure you get a good, restful night's sleep 7. eat garlic or take supplements with garlic extract 8 Take these blood pressure-lowering supplements. When is high blood pressure (hypertension) a medical emergency? There are times when high blood pressure (hypertension) is considered an emergency and requires urgent medical attention. This can occur if blood pressure rises quickly and severely. Seek medical attention if your blood pressure is 180/120 or higher AND you have any of the following symptoms, which may be signs of organ damage:
- Pain in the chest
- Depression or weakness.
- Change in vision
- Speaking difficulties
- Severe headache
- What medications are you taking?
- Have you forgotten your blood pressure medications
- What symptoms do you have?
- How long have these symptoms been present?
- Pain in the upper abdomen
- Changes in vision
- Oedema, especially of the hands and feet.