Here Is What You Do If You Have High Blood Pressure?

High Blood Pressure is typically caused by stress, nutrient deficiencies and lack of hydration at a deeper level. High Blood Pressure can be combated by leading a ketogenic lifestyle, introducing healthy fats into your diet, and systematically reducing your stress levels.

If not treated with the right kind of nutrition (low carb high fat, LCHF), High Blood Pressure may lead to blood thickening, thus cause the heart to work harder in order to get the blood flow at acceptable levels. Also, strokes are typically caused by blood thickening.




Hydration


Water hydrates at a surface level, add a few drops of organic lemon and it will penetrate the cells at a deeper level and provide more hydration for the cells.


Nutrition


Daily regime must consist of meals that do NOT contain industrially produced fats (margarine, canola oil, vegetable oil), refined sugars, and any chemicals (dyes, flavoring, preservatives, etc.). We suggest that you consume as much as possible pesticide-free non-GMO local grown vegetables.


Have MORE antioxidants, vitamins, minerals which help with brain function. Below is a few more dietary suggestions to combat issues resulting from High Blood Pressure.


NATURAL BLOOD THINNERS

  • Turmeric (curcumin, the active ingredient, is anti-inflammatory and blood thinning)

  • Ginger (also anti-inflammatory, natural occurring acid salicylate which is a potent blood thinner)

  • Vitamin E (400-800 IU per day, also found in almonds and sunflower oil, will aid in SKIN health)

  • Garlic (natural anti-biotic and antithrombotic that reduces blood clot formation, also boosts the immune system.)

  • Cinnamon (toxic if not organic as it [just like stevia] absorbs toxins and pesticides which is why it is such an amazing plant as it absorbs toxins in the body and flushes them out, thus best had organic. It contains coumarin, powerful for blood-thinning.)

  • Grape Seed Extract (Contains antioxidants to protect blood vessels and prevent high blood pressure as well as aiding overall blood health)


LOWER CHOLESTEROL

  • Avoid trans fats or saturated fats. Instead: Monounsaturated Fats and Polyunsaturated Fats (Olive oil, Olives, Tree nuts, Avocados, Omega 3s)

  • Eat Soluble Fiber

  • Fish Oil

  • Avoid refined sugars and grains



Stress


The number one cause of high blood pressure is stress. Stress creates nutrition deficiency just by existing. Whatever stresses you have from the past memories or so forth may be a part of the health issues.


Meditation

Some meditation techniques can help your blood pressure decrease. It may take only 5 minutes every few hours, quick and just to calm the mind and aid any stresses you might be having.


Exercise

Yoga is great for full body circulation. Stretching your muscles is very helpful too. Sleep

Get 8 hours of sleep nightly. Sleep early, wake early!

Entertainment

Whatever entertainment you are watching or reading, encourage more peaceful and happy things. Even though it might seem fun to watch scary or intense things, it can make the mind subconsciously stressed which affects the nervous system negatively. Aromatherapy

Use Essential Oils that are very safe and very good for healing many issues. Smelling Orange Essence helps you during very difficult times. Acupuncture

This is very helpful with overall health and can calm down the nervous system as well) Magnesium

Magnesium is key for relaxation and muscle tension relief. It will also help with bowel movements.


Typical Medications Given for Strokes and Their Side Effects:

The below listed drugs lower the immune system, damage the skin, have allergic properties.


Please note that best thing to do to heal the damage resulting from High Blood Pressure is to counter with healing methods and foods to aid the body.


Other side effects of the below listed medication also possible but not listed.





Clopidogrel: Blood Thinner This medication takes a great toll on the immune system and damages the immune system functions. This means the body will be more prone to infection and illness because the immune system is compromised. If you receive a rash, one of the side effects of the medication is rashes as well. The list of side effects is extremely long, I have listed some below. You will have to counter these side effects deep damaging affects with immune system boosting natural foods and a healthy diet. Declared Side Effects:

Upper respiratory tract infection, chest pain, headache, flulike symptoms, joint pain, pain, dizziness, diarrhea, rash, urinary tract infection, nosebleeds, increased bleeding, itching, bruising. Other side effects include: Eczema, hepatitis, acute liver failure, low blood pressure, severely lowered white blood cell count (white blood cells are the defense cells that destroy free radicals and mutated cells). Additional side effects include: lymphatic system disorders (lymph is the key for the immune system), anemia, eye disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, general disorders, immune system disorders, nervous system disorders, psychiatric disorders, respiratory disorders, skin tissue disorders. Other side effects are also possible but not listed.

Atorvastatin: Cholesterol This drug is not good for muscles or the digestive system, which means you will have to counter with pro-biotics and other natural healthy foods to repair damage. Declared Side Effects:

Gastrointestinal symptoms, joint pain, loss of appetite, insomnia, indigestion, muscle aches/issues, muscle inflammation, muscle ache, lightheadedness, fainting, breathing issues. Other side effects are also possible but not listed.

Lisinopril: High Blood Pressure This drug has a side effect of a rash, so you will have to take immune system boosting natural foods and healthy options which are listed above to counter the effects of this and the other drugs. This drug also has skin issues associated with its use. Declared Side Effects:

Dizziness, cough, headache, high potassium levels (this can change the heart rhythm and too much of potassium can be dangerous), diarrhea, low blood pressure, chest pain, fatigue, rash, psoriasis, skin irritation, stomach pains.

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