HomeHome SearchSearch MenuMenu Our productsOur products Ask an ExpertAsk an Expert

Blood Pressure

  • Unusual culprits of high blood pressure: Caffeine, sugar and OTC medications
  • High blood pressure, otherwise known as hypertension, isn't uncommon. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that the condition affects one in three Americans. But here's the thing: Many people who have high blood pressure don't even know it. While the exact causes of high blood pressure are even puzzling to some doctors, one thing we do know is that several factors pl... ››› more
  • [12 April 2018]
  • Does a healthy diet counteract the effects of salt on blood pressure?
  • If you're one of those people who puts salt on everything you eat, you're probably wondering if eating a healthy diet counteracts the effects of eating too much salt on your blood pressure. A new study published in the journal Hypertension says no… To arrive at this conclusion, researchers from several institutions, including Imperial College Lonon and Northwestern University, looked at the d... ››› more
  • [14 March 2018]
  • Focus on these four foods for healthier blood pressure readings
  • One in every three adults suffer from high blood pressure. While there are a number of common drugs and medications that treat the condition, there's a simpler, safer way to do it - by adjusting your diet. Many people with high blood pressure follow the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet to control their condition. The DASH diet emphasises low glycaemic carbs and nutrients like... ››› more
  • [15 January 2018]
  • Just one sugary drink per day can boost your blood pressure
  • It's well-established that drinking soft drinks and other sugary beverages raises your risk of obesity and diabetes. As if you needed another reason to cut back on the sweet stuff, a new study suggests that sugary drinks can boost your blood pressure, too. According to the study, even one sweetened drink per day can contribute to higher blood pressure. And the more sugary beverages you drink, t... ››› more
  • [01 December 2017]
  • Are you at risk for developing hypertension? Yoga can help, new Indian study finds
  • According to a new study presented at the annual meeting of the Cardiological Society of India in Kochi, India, yoga can help lower blood pressure in people who are at risk for developing hypertension. “Patients with pre-hypertension slightly elevated blood pressure are likely to develop hypertension high blood pressure unless they improve their lifestyle,” said Dr Ashutosh Angrish, a cardi... ››› more
  • [08 March 2017]
  • Are your eyes always irritated and dry? These four medications may be to blame!
  • Your eyes are always irritated and dry and you can't understand why. You've probably never considered that the little pill you pop every day - whether it's an antihistamine or an antidepressant - may be behind your dry eye, but there's a good chance it could be the culprit! Certain categories of medicines, both over-the-counter and prescription, can starve your eyes of hydration, resulting in a... ››› more
  • [01 March 2017]
Page: 1 2 3 4 »


Ask our Experts a Question


Watch And Learn



Related Products

Resources