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Treating Blood Pressure

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Blood pressure is a common problem people start experiencing after their later thirties. As we grow older, our bodies don’t remain as immune to the problems such as abnormal blood pressure as they used to. In order to find an effective way of treating blood pressure, the first step is to know how to prevent ourselves from this problem. There are number of different factors that could lead

to high blood pressure. Some of these factors are:

1.    Smoking: Large majority of smokers tend to develop this problem as they grow older. There are more smokers suffering from blood pressure as compared to the non-smokers around the world.
2.    Being overweight: Being overweight is another factor that increases our blood pressure.

3.    Our diet: Our diet contributes a lot in increasing our blood pressure level.

4.    Too much alcohol: Just like smoking, drinking excessively can also lead to the development of this problem.

5.    Genetics: You are more likely to suffer from this problem if this disease is found common within your family.

6.    Too much salt: Salt contains iodine which is good for our health as long as it’s consumed within the limits. Too much iodine can also lead to high blood pressure

7.    Kidney diseases: If you don’t relate to any reasons listed above, yet you’re suffering from high blood pressure, it’s best to get a proper kidney checkup. Kidney diseases can also result in this problem.

How to get rid of high blood pressure:
Now that you know the common reasons that lead to this problem, let’s discuss about some ways to treating blood pressure.

1.    Exercise: As we all know, exercising regularly results in elimination many diseases; this problem is counted among those diseases that can be treated through exercises.

2.    Avoid salt: I’ve already mentioned that excessive consumption of salt can lead to high blood pressure. It’s best to limit the use of salt. Even better if you could totally cut it off your diet.

3.    Limiting alcohol and smoking: As mentioned above, heavy drinkers and smokers are more likely to suffer from high blood pressure, if you want to permanently get rid of this problem; you must limit the use of smoking and drinking.

4.    Manage stress: Reducing stress is a proven method of overcoming this issue

5.    Medications: Although these aren’t permanent solution to this problem, medications instantly bring down the your blood pressure levels.