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High Blood Pressure Cures

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High blood pressure is the most common of all of the cardiovascular diseases and, in my opinion, one of the most preventable and easy to cure high blood pressure. Simply by controlling factors such as weight, diet, and stress, you can dramatically reduce your risk of developing this common and potentially lethal problem. In addition, there are several supplements that are proven winners in the war against high blood pressure.

High blood pressure is a particularly insidious disease because there are few symptoms in its early stages, and many people who have high blood pressure, ignorance is not bliss. If left untreated, this initially benign disease can lead to heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, and atherosclerosis.

Calcium – Calcium is the best known as the mineral that helps to keep teeth and bones strong, but it soon may also gain fame as the mineral that can cure high blood pressure. More that eighty studies have shown that calcium supplements help lower blood pressure in some people with high blood pressure.

Potassium– Potassium is a powerful protector against high blood pressure. This mineral is a member of a group of nutrients called electrolytes, which regulate the balance of fluid in the body, regulate the balance of th fluid in the body, regulate the heartbeat, and also control the electrical impulses created by nerve and muscle cells.

Magnesium – In a recent Dutch study, ninety one middle aged and elderly women with mild high blood pressure were treated with no other medication than magnesium. The result: Six months of magnesium supplements reduced the systolic pressure by an average of 2.7 percent and the diastolic pressure by an average of 3.4 percent.

Omega 3 fatty acids – New research suggest that omega 3 fatty acids found in fatty fish may have  positive effect on the walls of blood vessels, which may help to normalize blood pressure.

L carnitine– Is a nonprotein acid that is found in heart and skeletal muscle. L carnetine allows the heart to utilize a limited oxygen supply, thus improving angina and ischemic heart disease, which is caused by a reduction in blood flow to the heart.

Howthorn– The use of hawthorn for heart conditions dates back to the seventeenth century. Since the late nineteenth century, how thorn has been used successfully for various heart diseases, including chest pain and arrhythmia.

Natural diuretics– Other natural herbal diuretics include astragalus, buchu, burdock, horehound, juniper berries, uva ursi, wild oregon etc.

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