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Blood Pressure

Blood pressure refers to arterial blood pressure or pressure of blood flowing in the arteries. It may be high or low. High blood pressure is popularly known as hypertension and low blood pressure is known as hypotension.

Normal blood pressure is 80/120. In people above the age of 50 normal blood pressure may be plus minus 10. Generally men suffer from high blood pressure and women from low blood pressure.

But it is not necessary. High blood pressure is common in people above the age of 40.
 
Signs and Symptoms of High blood pressure

  • There may be headache with vertigo.
  • It may also cause loss of sleep.
  • High blood pressure also causes heart problems, it may cause difficulty in breathing.
  • Persistent high blood pressure causes dysfunction of kidneys and swelling of feet due to accumulation of fluids in the body.
  • There may be swelling under the eyes.
  • People with high blood pressure may also experience noises in ears and blurriness in front of eyes.
 
Causes of High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure may result due to physiological and psychological causes. Some of the important causes of high blood pressure are discussed here:
  • Physiological causes may include obesity, intake of fatty diet, eating too much junk food, taking too much salt in diet
  • Lack of exercise and sedentary life style is another important cause for high blood pressure
  • Drinking too much coffee or tea, excessive intake of alcohol or cigarette smoking also causes high blood pressure
  • Diseases of arteries, dysfunction of kidneys also increases fluid in the body which may also cause high blood pressure
  • Improper sleep and less intake of water also causes increase in blood pressure
  • Psychological causes include stress, anger and tension. People who remain under continuous stress and tension are prone to high blood pressure. Anxiety is another important psychological cause for hypertension.
 
Natural treatment for High Blood Pressure

  • Eliminate excessive intake of salt from diet.
  • Drink more water, at least 8-10 glasses of water per day.
  • Go for a regular walk in the morning.
  • Keep away from stress and anger.
  • Do some yoga exercise to calm your mind and body.
  • Eat fresh fruits and drink fruit juices to remove chemical from body.
  • Avoid eating fried food and junk food.
  • Eat your dinner two hours before sleep.
 
Low Blood Pressure or Hypotension

Low blood pressure is randomly seen in women during menses when there is loss of blood from the body. It is generally prevalent in weak women who do not take proper diet.

Low blood pressure is observed in women during pregnancy and after child birth. People who suffer from low blood pressure should increase salt in the diet, drink tea of coffee when you feel weak, go for a walk everyday to increase perfusion of lungs.

Blood pressure is not a disease; it is only an associated symptom with other diseases. Blood pressure can be managed easily without any medicines. Certain changes in lifestyle are required to be made to get rid of high and low blood pressure.
 
 
 
 
 
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