Natural Ways To Prevent Hypertension

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High blood pressure also known as hypertension is a very common medical condition and has been a dilemma faced by millions of people all over the world. In fact, just in the United States alone, almost 70 percent of the population has this condition. High blood pressure should not be taken lightly since it is known to be the forecaster of heart attack and stroke.

Symptoms of high blood pressure may include nausea, fatigue, sweaty palms, pain in the chest, breathing difficulty and even insomnia. Although there are visible signs for hypertension, it is still considered as a silent killer since the symptoms only appear once the condition is worse.

Patients who have high blood pressure usually rely on constant medication and although prescribed drugs have their advantages, it is still better to go natural. There are already lots of remedies for high blood pressure that does not need one to depend entirely on medication. Even the things that you do every day can affect your condition in certain ways.

Your eating habits can determine whether you will have a higher risk for developing hypertension or not. Watch what you eat and try to eliminate foods that are rich in LDL or also known as bad cholesterol. Aim for a higher level of good cholesterol in your body and a lower level of bad cholesterol to prevent constriction of the arteries that can lead to high blood pressure.

Maintain a normal level of blood pressure by eliminating processed foods from your diet and replacing them with the more nutritious ones like fruits and vegetables. Most seafoods are also good for the heart like salmon and mackerel. Fresh eggs are rich in good cholesterol so don't hesitate to add more to your diet.

In addition to a healthy meal, food supplements are also advisable since they contain vitamins and nutrients that help make up for those that you cannot get from the foods that you usually eat. Most supplements today are better than prescribed drug since they are more natural and have little or no side effects at all.

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This article was published on 2010/11/24