5 Natural Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

5 Natural Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure
High blood pressure is one of the problems most patients diagnosed with heart health problems suffer. Although there is no symptom of the said condition, it can lead to dangerous and life-threatening diseases such as:

  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Aneurysm
  • Cognitive decline
  • Kidney failure

It is dangerous if you leave this condition unchecked.

While there are existing medications that can lower one’s blood pressure, there are also natural medications that do not have side effects. These natural methods include:

  • Walking briskly

    Exercise enables the heart to pump oxygen efficiently. If your heart is already used to the distribution of oxygen, it does not work that hard in the future. Once you stress your heart out, you endanger yourself of having a heart attack. NonaCare, LLC recommends you to use at least 30 minutes of your day to lower your blood pressure. You can do so by increasing your walking speed or your distance so your walks will be challenging.

  • Engaging in slow breathing exercises

    High levels of stress cause irregular heartbeat, therefore, increasing your chance of having a heart attack. So it is better to avoid stress to steer clear of the inevitabilities of having an attack. One way to keep away from stress is to engage in slow breathing and meditative exercises. Examples are yoga, qigong, and Tai Chi.

  • Eating potassium

    Load up your diet with potassium-rich fruits and vegetables. It is essential to lower your blood pressure down. Foods that are rich in potassium include:

    • Bananas
    • Cantaloupes
    • Honeydew melon
    • Kidney beans
    • Orange juice
    • Potatoes
    • Prunes
    • Raisins
    • Sweet potatoes
    • Tomatoes
  • Consuming less salt

    Be smart with your salt consumption. Many older adults who suffer from high blood pressure are salt sensitive. There is no way to determine if one is sodium sensitive. To be sure, just lower your sodium intake so you can prevent unexpected happenings that come with high blood pressure. One service among the ones we offer in our Health Care in Massachusetts is nutritious meal preparation that matches the needed nutrition of our patients given their condition.

  • Giving dark chocolate a try

    A variety of dark chocolates have flavanols in order to make the blood vessels more elastic. Therefore, it increases the chance of blood flow. Patients who eat dark chocolates saw a decrease in their blood pressure. There are many recipes you can experiment with dark chocolates. You can search online to stray away from getting bored of the flavor. It would be quite an experience working in the kitchen with something new.

Lowering your blood pressure does not only take the medicines your doctor prescribed. It is a holistic process. When we provide Massachusetts Health Care, we take our patients on that journey so that they can improve their well-being while having control over their time.

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