Thursday, 4 February 2016

Coping with High blood pressure>>>>>

Blood pressure is a medication in which there is an increase in the blood flow through the blood vessels due to the constriction of the vessel (artery). This can also be referred to as hypertension.
>>>>>>>The heart works harder to pump blood through the narrow tube and damage to the heart and blood vessels is likely to occur when the situation continues. It can be a life-threatening situation when it is not managed well. Image result for pics of patient with hypertensionHypertension (secondary) may result from other sicknesses such as kidney problem and it can still be describe as essential which develops over the year as the person ages.
There are some basic things that one should do to manage the condition>>>>
<<Low sodium diet>> diet low in sodium can help manage high blood pressure. It is not also advisable to use or include salt in food because salt is high in sodium. Sodium elevates the blood pressure.
Exercise>>.  American Heart Association recommends at least two-and-a-half hours of moderate-intensity, or one hour and 15 minutes of vigorous-intensity, aerobic exercise, each week. Exercise will also help you to stay fit and healthy. Losing weight through exercise will help your heart a lot, even dropping as little as five pounds can lower your blood pressure, reports Mayo Clinic.

Quitting smoking>>.The nicotine content combined with the carbon monoxide tend to raise the blood pressure.

Stress management>>Ability to control stress helps a lot in the whole body maintenance.  Planning may help to avoid stress.
Cutting down fat>>>Saturate fat may not be generally good as it may increase the risk of atherosclerosis and which in turn raises the blood pressure. Diet with low-fat dairy products such as milk may be accepted. Good diet rich in potassium, fruit, whole grains are advisable. Omega-3 can help in the maintenance of the body