Blood Pressure Exercise Program

High pressure is a fairly common disease, especially among women after forty years. As the disease high pressure manifests itself slowly. It all starts with the fact that the person feels weakness, dizziness, then poor sleep, fatigue, numbness in the fingers appear, blood rushes to your head, you seem that you see small “flies” before your eyes.

This stage can last for several years. Then in a human’s body renal and heart failure appear, brain blood circulation is disturbed. If you don’t take any major interventions and don’t treat high blood pressure at this initial stage, it can lead to serious consequences; these include even a heart attack. Given these consequences, the body may completely cease to operate, i.e. to function. In the last stages of hypertension, the person may even die.

These days many people suffer from high blood pressure. This phenomenon should be taken very seriously because it increases the risk of myocardial infarction, stroke, threatening disorders of consciousness, development of renal or cardiac failure.

In addition, the increased pressure causing a change in vascular walls and retina, which in turn can lead to impaired vision and blindness. That is why I strongly recommend downloading the book Blood Pressure Exercises. Christian Goodman’s guide for high-pressure treatment will help you cope with this serious problem.

In our society today people are very lightly to high blood pressure as an indicator of health, although daily from the TV screens we hear and in specialized publications we read that this is the most important risk factor for vascular and heart disease.

Research data show that 40% of people in the world have increased blood pressure, and the number is constantly increasing. Men are slightly more susceptible to this ailment.

Causes of high blood pressure

Causes of high blood pressure are stress and constant experiences. Also, hypertension can develop in people who are genetically disposed to the disease.  The environment also plays an important role in the development of hypertension.

The more a person experiences stressful situations, the more likely he may have hypertension. If a person pays attention to hypertension and begin to treat it at a time, he can avoid serious consequences, but, as a rule, people do not notice symptoms of hypertension and do not cure it in the initial stage.

Even a healthy person may have increased blood pressure in some situations. But it does not reach a crisis point and is not dangerous for humans.

There are two types of hypertension. These are hypertensive disease and symptomatic arterial hypertension. Hypertension is a chronic disease of the cardiovascular system. At the moment the causes of this disease are not found out.

High blood pressure can also be provoked by the high content of saturated fatty acids in the menu. For the most part, they are in palm and coconut oils and in animal fat (cream, butter, etc.). Do not forget about hidden fats that cheese, sausages, biscuits, snacks, chocolate, cakes are rich with. These products are very high in calories, although at first glance they may not seem fatty.

Another risk factor is excessive salt content in food. In many products along with hidden fats, there is hidden salt, whereby it is recommended to do an informed choice of edible products. It is better to give preference to fresh products and not to abuse the partially cooked and packed products. Deliberate denial from overly salty foods would bring huge benefits to human health.

Excess use of salt leads to deterioration of blood vessels (they become brittle and lose their elasticity), the formation of structural changes in the arteries is a strong stress for physiological systems. Programs to reduce salt consumption, adopted by some countries at the state level, have shown very good results.

Pressure also increases because of excessive alcohol consumption. People believe mistakenly that alcohol helps to reduce pressure. In very moderate doses it does not affect the pressure, but a large quantity of alcohol provokes an increased heart rate, which directly depends on blood pressure. In addition, alcoholic beverages may contain biologically active substances that can affect blood pressure.

Blood Pressure Exercise Program by Christian Goodman

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