High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure 101


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Knowing about your body can be very beneficial to your health as you age. Knowing about your blood pressure can help prevent strokes, heart disease and kidney disease. In this article you will find everything you should know about your blood pressure.

Anyone can have high blood pressure. It doesn’t matter your age, race, ethnicity or gender. Many people suffer from high blood pressure and have a higher risk of strokes and heart diseases than those with regular blood pressure.

What is high blood pressure?

High blood pressure is the force of blood against the walls of your arteries. Your blood pressure is always rising and falling throughout the day and if it rises and stays that way over time, you have high blood pressure.

High blood pressure is usually referred to as hypertension. When you have high blood pressure it puts more pressure on the heart, making it work harder than usual. This is why you end up at risk for strokes or heart disease.

What is the normal blood pressure level?

The normal blood pressure level is less than 120 over 80 or less. The first number is your systolic pressure and the second number is your diastolic pressure. Your numbers are read 120 over 80, etc. If your pressure is 140 over 90 or higher you have high blood pressure.

What is systolic blood pressure? This is the force of blood in your arteries when your heart is beating.

What is diastolic blood pressure? This is the force of blood in your arteries when your heart is relaxing.

What are the risk factors of high blood pressure?

The most common risks of high blood pressure are stroke and heart disease. There are a few other risk factors that can be modified and some that cannot be. The following are some risks:

* Tobacco
* Physical Inactivity
* Diabetes
* Abnormal Cholesterol
* Being overweight

Who can get high blood pressure?

Unfortunately anyone can get high blood pressure but it is more common among African Americans. Nearly one in three American adults has high blood pressure. African Americans also have a much higher death rate from kidney disease and stroke than white Americans. Even so, with treatment you can help lower your blood pressure.

How can I lower my blood pressure?

Fortunately there are many different ways of helping to lower your blood pressure. Exercise is a great way to lower it. Doing physical activity will make your heart stronger over time. If you have a stronger heart it can pump blood easier lessening your risks of stroke and kidney diseases. It is never too late to start exercising!

If you are concerned about your blood pressure consult your physician. Ask any and all questions you might have and find the best way for you to lower it. If all regular ways fail, consider medication. Talk with your doctor about your health and lifestyle so he can choose the best medicine for you. If you want to live a healthy life, taking control of your blood pressure is very important.

High Blood Pressure Conquerors!

 

“On Memorial day 2009, instead of burgers on the grill it was me on an operating table.  Triple by-pass heart surgery!  So it has been my daily regiment to take blood pressure and cholesterol meds.  I started doing research and learned about Nobel Prize winning studies regarding Nitric Oxide.  I started taking 10,000 mg of L-arginine, 10,000 iu of vitamin D, in a mixture of other nutrients back in November 2011.  Today, March 2012, my blood pressure is 118 over 68.  No medications!  Isn’t it great to be armed with this kind of info and share with those that need to know?”

Dave Rollins

 

“Great News…  Just got a call from Charlie and he is so excited and flying on cloud 9000 (LOL)!  When he went to the dentist they took his blood pressure and it was 117/68.   It has never been that low.   Always 180/97 or 178/89 he is sooooooooooo HAPPY and so am I!   Now, he’s really to tell the world what this arginine powder can do.”

Constance Brown

“I have been having chest discomfort for many months now.  My blood pressure has been running high and I have an alarming family history of heart disease.  Okay… I was scared!  Being a Health Coach, I have known about L-arginine and the Nobel Prize winning research for quite some time.  I just hadn’t found an arginine product that didn’t taste like dirty gym socks or fish that should have been thrown out a week ago! Well, I was able to find one that actually tasted good.  So, I took double the amount on the canister.  My mental clarity is back, my energy is up, my blood pressure is down and chest discomfort is gone!”

Lori Bhada

” I am only 29 years old and work hard at staying healthy.  To my surprise my blood pressure had been running too high.  Like 145/100 high.  I started using the arginine, citrulline, and antioxidant blend and my blood pressure began to normalize quickly!  My headaches went away too which is cool.”

Matt

 

“A few months back I had my blood pressure checked.  To my surprise it was borderline high; 138/87.  A friend had told me about L-arginine.   I found a supplement that had it and L-citrulline and other healthy vitamins as well as high antioxidant fruits.  I doubled and sometimes tripled the dose.  The results were what I had hoped for!  More energy.  I think clearer and more alert.  Leg cramps disappeared.  And my blood pressure is near perfect by any doctors standards!”

Lynda Deeter

 

“I am so thankful that you introduced me to L-arginine and nutrients for boosting my nitric oxide!  I have had high blood pressure since my teens.  I am working out everyday and feeling more energetic.  AND, my doctor is very please about my normal blood pressure readings.  I highly recommend this product.”

Karen Varnado


“I have worked in the Health and Wellness field since 1995.  I have a strong family history of high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.  Three years ago it was my turn to have to deal with it.  I was put on a prescription for my blood pressure.  It didn’t work.  It just made me feel bad.  Within one week of taking 10,000 mg of L-arginine and 400 mg of L-citrulline, 10,000 iu of vitamin D per day I saw immediate benefits in my blood pressure.  It went to 125/90 the first week.  This was great news considering the systolic number had been close to 200 at times.  Now I can speak to my clients with conviction when I recommend this product!”

Dr. Carl Schmidt

“I am an African American man in my 60’s.  Clinically I had died twice after having a routine stress test.  My blood pressure prior to that had been sky-rocketing up over 200 at times.  This is as good as I could get it with medications!  A good friend recommended that I try taking L-arginine and some other nutrients.  I took him up on it and started feeling better very quickly.  More energy, better eye sight, sleeping sounder.  But when I went back to my doctor and they took my blood pressure… They had to take it several times with two different units.  They thought it must be a mistake.  My blood pressure was 115 for the systolic!  The doctor asked, “What in the world have you been doing?”  My wife was so excited she said, “He is taking something from Argentina… I mean arginine.”  I am so thankful everyday for my friend introducing me to these supplements.”

James Roberts

“I knew I was in trouble!  Checked my blood pressure:  185/98.  I just do not like the idea of taking any medications.  Everything I had heard regarding arginine and other specific natural products made much more sense.  I was so happy to see my arginine product come the next day. I took some and my blood pressure went down to 156/85.  A few days later 127/69.  I cannot tell you when it has been that good!”

Sherry Busby

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