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Hypertension is a medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is above 140/90 mmHg. This can be treated naturally, or with medication. However, to avoid any side effects it is better to choose the natural way.
High blood pressure is very common, it usually does not cause any symptoms. But it can lead to serious health issues, it can damage your heart, brain, kidneys, eyes and even result in death.
If you successfully maintain your blood pressure with healthy habits, you might avoid or reduce the need for medication.
Here are several natural solutions, which lowers your blood pressure:
- Lemon juice
Just squeeze one lemon in a glass of water, and consume in the morning on empty stomach. Thus, will improve digestion, protect the walls of vessels, hydrate the body and relax the blood vessels. Also, it provides a natural source of potassium, which is a natural sodium redactor.
- ACV and baking soda
For this method, mix a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with a pinch of baking soda in a glass of warm water. You can consume two glasses per day, but it is essential that you always drink it on an empty stomach. Apple cider vinegar is rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other nutrients, that protect the artery walls. Baking soda regulates blood pressure and the pH levels.
Bananas are rich in potassium and they regulate the sodium levels and lower the blood pressure. Therefore, to maintain your health consume 2 bananas per day.
It has potent medicinal properties and has the ability to regulates cholesterol and reduce the blood pressure. Garlic is highly nutritious, it contains sulfur compounds, like allicin which naturally stimulate the production of nitric oxide. Therefore, it is best to consume 2 cloves of raw garlic every day.
Here are other additional tips to reduce your blood pressure:
- Consume healthy foods
- Avoid salt consumption
- Exercise regularly
- Limit the daily intake of caffeine
- Avoid alcohol
- Don’t smoke cigarettes