Top 10 Ways To Reduce High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is often labeled the “silent killer” b/c there are no real obvious signs or symptoms. High blood pressure can affect people of all shapes…
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Question by ?: What is a possible cure for high blood pressure?
My mom has high blood pressure and i worry about it,so what is a possible cure if enough research is put into it?

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Answer by M T
Become a doctor, and cure your mother…. you asian

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  1. there is no cure,you treat hbp with meds,like statins and diet.

  2. There is no cure but some things can help:

    Taking medications the doctor ordered
    Eating a low salt heart healthy diet.
    Exercising for 30 minutes each day.

    Here is a good website for you.

  3. is a website that deals with curing high blood pressure naturally through breathing exercises. There’s been research proving that if you can use your own breathing to calm yourself down and de-stress, you can successfully lower your blood pressure. It’s great for people who don’t want to take drugs or be on medicines for the rest of their life.

  4. One very safe herbal remedy that has been scientifically shown to lower blood pressure is Hibiscus tea. This tea is safe to drink as a beverage, and yet is about as effective as some prescription medications (and is cheaper and has fewer side effects). I’ve attached a link to a page that talks more about the science behind using hibiscus tea to treat blood pressure, and that also lists and links to websites where you can buy hibiscus tea.

    A few other teas and herbal remedies show evidence that they can lower blood pressure but Hibiscus has more solid science behind it and has been consumed safely as a beverage for hundreds of years.

    It’s also worth looking at diet and lifestyle. Reducing stress is probably the #1 thing you can do to lower blood pressure. Regular exercise is also important. Eating a healthy, well-balanced, diverse diet can also help. Particularly watch your sodium (salt) intake as too much salt can raise blood pressure.

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