The leading causes of high blood pressure levels include stress, genetics, being overweight, a high-sugar diet, heavy metal toxicity and lack of exercise.
This blog is loaded with posts that can help you manage all of these. And once you have them under control, you’ll be well on your way to avoiding a host of cardiovascular problems, including heart attack and stroke.
Obviously, it’s better to prevent high blood pressure levels than to treat them. That’s why I work so hard to educate my readers. I want you all to know that there are natural ways to lower blood pressure.
How to Lower High Blood Pressure Levels
- Reduce stress
- Lose weight (you can get great tips for doing this here)
- Control your sugar intake
- Exercise more
You also want to adhere to good cardiovascular nutrition, and following my PAMM diet makes that easy. You’ll never go hungry, but will enjoy delicious foods filled with the nutrients you need to maintain good health.
For more information on lowering high blood pressure levels and healthy blood pressure, visit Dr. Sinatra's Web site.