Learn How to Stabilize Your High Blood Pressure…

High blood pressure(hypertension) is a condition that increases the risk of a stroke, kidney failure, heart disease and atherosclerosis so proper care to stabilize this condition is necessary .

Meds Increase Risk of Cancer
Taking meds for high blood pressure longer period of time,increases the chances for cancer for 2½ times proved some studies .

Two Types of Hypertension

primary, essential,
secondary that is tightly associated with :

● Age
● Excessive use of alcohol or drugs of any kind
● Overweight
● Obstructive sleep apnea
● Stress
● Tobacco use
● Kidney problems
● Adrenal gland tumors

Risk factors for high blood pressure are:
● Race- African Americans are more attacked than white Americans
● Thyroid problems
● Too much salt
● diabetes and kidney disease
● Sedentary lifestyle
● Chronic vitamin D and/or potassium deficiency

Learn How to Stabilize Your High Blood Pressure...

How to Manage High Blood Pressure

1.Consume regularly fruits and vegetables .

2.Lower your salt intake( dietary salt intake reduction can delay or prevent the incidence of antihypertensive therapy).

3.Exercise can’t be stressed enough

4.Avoid foods that exacerbate hypertension like:
processed meats,
alcohol,
anything with high sodium content and
raven noodles.

5.Go with the flow

Drink this amazing tea that will provide you with nutrients important in reducing high blood pressure.

You will need:
● 2 ounces of red dates
● 2 quarts of water
● 7 ounces of organic celery

How to make it:

First:

wash and clean the celery and red dates.

Second:

cut the celery into small sections

Third
put all the ingredients in a soup pot
Fourth:
simmer for 30 minutes.and strain the chunks from the liquid.
How to consume it:
drink this the tea as much as you want and can.

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