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Six Ways to Control High Blood Pressure, Naturally

…your blood pressure levels are high, or borderline high? There are several things you can (and should) do to control high blood pressure as a woman. 1. To Control High Blood Pressure, Be Careful with Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT): In 2004, results were published from the Women’s Health Initiative…

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Menopause and High Blood Pressure

…particularly women in menopause, are at even greater risk for high blood pressure levels than a man? Menopause and High Blood Pressure As your natural estrogen levels wane, your blood pressure can climb. This is nothing to take lightly. High blood pressure levels are linked with serious degenerative health issues…

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High Blood Pressure Levels at the Doctor’s Office

…probably know, high blood pressure levels are often a precursor to serious cardiovascular problems, including heart attack and stroke, so this is a situation that I take very seriously. Some of these patients, however, tell me that they are doing all they can to control high blood pressure levels and that…

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Naturally Treating High Blood Pressure

If you have high blood pressure, chances are your doctor prescribed an anti-hypertensive medication. While they do control blood pressure, some of them do so at a high cost when it comes to your health. So, I prefer to use them only when immediate action is needed or when lifestyle interventions have…

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How to Avoid High Blood Pressure Levels

…last blog post, having high blood pressure levels often has no symptoms, which is why it’s referred to as the silent killer. The most important thing you can do to keep yourself out of the “danger zone” is to test your blood pressure levels regularly. High blood pressure levels means you have a…

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Controlling High Blood Pressure Levels

Uncontrolled high blood pressure levels (or hypertension) are a leading risk factor for heart attack and stroke. Often, there are no symptoms, which is why hypertension is called the “silent killer.” You may not know you have it unless you have your blood pressure checked regularly. What Do Blood…

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How to Develop Dangerously High Blood Pressure

…killer” because it’s asymptomatic, and if left untreated it can result in a heart attack, stroke or death. Five Ways to Develop Dangerously High Blood Pressure * Eat as much salty food as you can—the more the better! Eat pickles, salted pretzels, processed foods and more. Strive to consume at least…

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Control High Blood Pressure

Uncontrolled high blood pressure levels (or hypertension) is a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Often, there are no symptoms, so you may not know you have it unless you have your blood pressure levels (BP) checked regularly. A person is considered to have high blood pressure levels when…

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Don't Be Casual About High Blood Pressure

…ones. That's why I want to talk with you today about the importance of maintaining healthy blood pressure. Hypertension--the clinical name for high blood pressure--is exceedingly common, and as cardiovascular problems go, you might say it's relatively "small." Now, I say that mainly because it rarely has…

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2 Secrets for Lowering High Blood Pressure Levels

Want to lower your high blood pressure levels? Believe it or not, one of the easiest ways to do that is by taking one one-mile walk a day and eating one less snack each day. I know it sounds simple, but it absolutely works. Easy Ways to Lower High Blood Pressure Levels * Physical activity helps to lower…

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Treating High Blood Pressure Naturally With Asparagus

…another favorite farm stand “veg-on-the-grill” my family goes crazy for when we gather for barbecues. Not only does it work for treating high blood pressure naturally (more in a minute)—it’s easy to cook. Dr. Sinatra cooks fresh, washed asparagus spears at about 400 degrees for 2-5 minutes, then…

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Lower High Blood Pressure with Grounding

…to relieve pain. But perhaps one of the most powerful benefits of grounding is what it can do for your blood pressure. As many of you know, high blood pressure is caused by something called “hyperviscosity,” which means your blood is thick and sticky and moves slowly through your circulatory system…

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Relax to Prevent High Blood Pressure

…blood pressure will vary, sometimes as much as 20 to 30 mm/Hg in successive readings. How can you prevent high blood pressure readings? The key is to relax. How to Avoid a High Blood Pressure Reading When taking a resting blood pressure reading, I don’t let people talk. Talking will drive your numbers…

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My Four-Week Challenge To Lowering High Blood Pressure

Of all the cardiovascular problems I’ve treated in my career, none has been more common—or potentially troublesome—than high blood pressure. According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated one in three American adults has this condition, which can easily lead to heart disease if not…

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9 Ways to Lower High Blood Pressure Levels

…levels. To help you keed your stress and high blood pressure levels under control, use these nine techniques for reducing stress. How To Lower High Blood Pressure Levels * Massage: This form of bodywork helps people decrease their heart rate and high blood pressure levels and reduce the stress that can…

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Could Your Home Be Giving You High Blood Pressure?

…got him back on his healing track, made us aware of his electro-hypersensitivity, and got him looking at other areas of exposure. If you have high blood pressure, or any chronic illness for that matter, I suggest that you look at your home and work environments for technology health hazards: * Do you have…

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Leading Causes of High Blood Pressure Levels

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…

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Eliminating Hidden Salt Helps Control High Blood Pressure

…admit that was an extraordinary situation, but it happens, and it underscores the need to be careful with salt intake—especially if you have high blood pressure levels, bad circulation, or other cardiovascular problems. So the next time you reach for something to eat, make sure it’s not full of "hidden…

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Lower Your Blood Pressure Week 2: Get Moving

It’s Week Two of my four-week challenge to begin lowering your blood pressure. And now that you’re on my eating plan to control high blood pressure, let’s take it a step further—literally—and add exercise to your regimen. But before you make the same face that you probably had last week when…

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The Health Risks of Vitamin D Deficiency

…a number of cardiovascular-related issues, including: arterial stiffness, endothelial dysfunction, higher blood sugar, more fatal strokes, high blood pressure, and a higher risk of heart failure and heart attacks. How To Remedy A Vitamin D Deficiency Keeping these simple tips in mind to help keep you…

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Your Favorite Song May Help Heal What Ails You

…evidence of yet another natural way to reduce your risk of cardiovascular problems. For years I’ve been telling my patients suffering with high blood pressure to listen to music and the results have been quite successful. Many of them choose to listen to classical scores like Brandenburg Concerto and…

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Four Things You May Not Know About Salt Consumption

…Recent research suggests that people ingesting less than 1,500 mg of sodium a day are better able to keep their blood pressure low. If you have high blood pressure, you should definitely aim for that kind of level. Don’t use salt from the shaker, and read labels to add up the amount you’re taking in…

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Statin Medications Will Not Reduce Lp(a)

…(homocysteine, fibrinogen and serum ferritin) evaluated by your doctor. * Be aware of other risk factors of heart disease, including smoking, high blood pressure, circulatory problems, high triglycerides, obesity, glucose intolerance and repressed emotions, which can have a harmful effect on the health…

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