5 Natural Remedies To Control High Blood Pressure

5 Natural Remedies To Lower High Blood PressureHypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure is a root cause of many chronic diseases such as heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure. In this condition the force of blood is constantly high against the artery walls that it eventually leads to health problems such as heart disease.

An estimated count of 1.56 billion is predicted to live with hypertension world wide by the year 2025. Common contributing factors of high blood pressures are lack of exercise, high salt intake, stress, painkillers an kidney disease. Hypertension or high blood pressure can be controlled with medications, but here are some simple natural remedies to control high blood pressure:

1- Drinking Coconut Water:

Several studies show the effect of coconut water on hypertension, masses have reported anecdotal that it has helped in controlling blood pressure, particularly its has a noted difference in systolic blood pressure. So if you don’t have a glitch with coconut water then go for it, it may prove to be a solid remedy for you. Drink 8 ounces of water 1-2 times daily.

2- Garlic:

Garlic helps in relaxation of blood pressure by exhilarating the productions of nitric oxide and hydrogen sulfide. Both raw and cooked garlic is beneficial to control blood pressure and to reduce cholesterol level. Mix five or six drops of garlic juice in four teaspoons of water and take it twice daily.

3- Watermelon Seeds:

Watermelon seeds are widely known for its compound called cucubocitrin. Which notably helps in improving kidney functioning and a;sp helps widen the blood capillaries. A study carried out in 2010 shows that the vasodilatory effect of watermelon helps in lowering the blood pressure.

Add two teaspoons of gently crushed watermelon seeds to a cup of boiling water, steep and strain after about an hour, use four tablespoons of this water throughout the day at consistent intervals.

4- Lemon:

Lemon helps keeping the blood vessels soft which controls the risk of high blood pressure. Due to its vitamin C content lemon can help lower the chance of heart failure. Simply add half lemon to a cup of warm water and drink it each morning in an empty stomach, Do not add salt or sugar for the best results.

5- Fish Oil:

Who can deny the benefits of omega 3 fatty acids when it comes to your heart, whether or not it can reduce the risk of heart attacks, but it can surely help in lowering blood pressure. The heart transplant patient is often prescribed fish oil to reduce he risk of hypertension. Use liquid fish oil along with the orange juice or alternatively go for pills.

Above discussed remedies were the most effective techniques to control high blood pressure but if the problem persists, consult your doctor immediately.

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Aniqa Moazzam

Aniqa Moazzam

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