How To Reduce A High Blood Pressure With Ease


A lot of people are high blood pressure patients. A lot of these people shy away from exercise thinking or maybe they believe that engaging in exercise of any kind will likely increase their blood pressure more. Actually, the truth is, a soft exercise plays an important role as it will help you control it, most especially, as you grow older.


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A one off exercise can not lower your blood pressure. You have to be consistent at least for three months before you can see the effect on your body and on your high blood pressure. When you are consistent with your exercise, your heart becomes stronger and when your heart is strong it begins to pump blood effortlessly and this in-turn will reduce pressure on your arteries, and will result in a reduction of your blood pressure.
The truth is; you don't need to stress yourself out in the gym nor are you to stress yourself lifting weights. Don't forget you are trying to lower your already high blood pressure. Just focus on soft exercises that will likely stabilize your heart rate. Some of these exercises are; Jogging, Walking and Riding Bicycles.  


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Seek your doctor's advice
If you are above 40, you should listen to your doctor's advice about the exercises you are to engage in to reduce your already high blood pressure. 


If you smoke you are really not being fair to you health most especially if you are a high blood pressure patient. 

If you are overweight, you need to follow your doctor's advice and fitness instructor's guidelines on how best to reduce your weight.

If during the course of your exercise, you experience discomfort in your body see your doctor immediately.

Always remember; take things easy and gentle, including the medications as prescribed by your doctor.  

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  1. Great tips! I know high blood pressure is not very healthy so it's important to keep in hand

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    1. Thank you Lyosha, it is very important to keep ourselves healthy most especially if one is a high blood pressure patient.

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  2. Wow I read this with my mum and it was very helpful. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Wow it is heartwarming to learn you really shared this with your mum thank you. We believe she is well and healthy

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  3. This is necessary, High blood pressure is harmful. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Arugba. We believe you are trying your best to stay healthy.

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  4. I dont have high blood pressure thank goodness but I take my health and diet very seriously and exercise daily.

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    1. It is very good to be thankful. However, we are happy to learn that you are already taking measures to stay healthy. Keep it up

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  5. Yes, I do walking at least 30 minutes a day because I have hypertension problem. Thanks for this advice

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    1. Hello Ramil your action is an encouragement to a lot of people out there. Thank you for staying healthy through your action.

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  7. Thank you Jhangi, we are happy that you observed the useful tips we listed. Part of our mission at rizhealth is to solve problems.

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  8. Interesting tips, I had no idea that exercising was directly related to your blood pressure.

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  9. Blood pressure can be a result of an illness. But many people get it due to their lifestyle. Obesity is one of the reasons underlining this condition called hypertension.

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  10. Thanks so much. There is a great need to keep healthy. Especially now that we have lots of times spent doing nothing.

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