Lowering your blood pressure can be very important to good health. It can also help with vein disease issues as well. Talking with your doctor about your blood pressure is always recommended, but in the mean time here are some tips to heal kick start your journey to lower blood pressure.
Here are some useful tips to lower blood pressure:
- Magnesium performs over 300 functions in the body. Research that involved 41,541 nurses proved that magnesium is a vital element in reducing elevated blood pressure.
- Vitamin C is crucial in minimizing blood pressure. Research has shown that people who have low vitamin C levels are more prone to high blood pressure.
- Cayenne pepper is one of the fastest and most efficient methods of reducing blood pressure. For the remedy to work, put a teaspoon of cayenne in half cup of lukewarm water and mix them thoroughly. Also, you can mix two teaspoons of cayenne with two tablespoons of raw organic honey, and then boil the mixture in two ounces of water. The drink is to be taken while warm. Warning: It WILL be spicy!
- Hawthrone berries are another of the best foods that are best for the heart they not only minimize blood pressure but also protect the arterial walls. They are also known to prevent and treat angina and hypertension.
- Omega-3 fatty acids have also been found to reduce blood pressure significantly. They are found in some foods such as fish oil. Besides blood pressure, they also lower blood fat levels too.
- Reducing caffeine intake can lower your blood pressure by 8 to 15 points.
- Reduce and stop smoking
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