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Five simple changes you can make today to prevent developing high blood pressure

by , 05 February 2014

Did you know you can make a few simple changes in your lifestyle that'll lower your risk of developing high blood pressure? Don't think yours is a problem. Think again, this silent killer increases your risk of heart and stroke. So make these lifestyle changes right away, so you're at lower risk of the effects of this deadly condition!

 
And high blood pressure causes heart disease. In fact, by the time you’re 40, your risk of having high blood pressure increases every year. 
 
But still, one in five people don’t even know they have high blood pressure! So how would you go about trying to preventing heart disease when you don’t even know you have high blood pressure?
 
Fortunately, you have the power to change the fate of your blood pressure
 
YES! You do have the power to change the fate of your blood pressure
 
Developing high blood pressure and the disease that come along with it is preventable. 
 
Here are five simple lifestyle changes you can make to decrease your risk of getting high blood pressure.
 
1. Power walk: Aim to walk briskly for about 30 min a day, four or five days a week. 
 
2. Meditate: Relaxing and breathing deeply helps lower the production of stress hormones; a culprit leading to high blood pressure. 
 
3. Always check the salt (sodium) content of the foods you’re planning to buy.
 
4. Work less: Working more than 41 hours a week can increase your blood pressure by 15%!
 
5. Listen to music: Listening to relaxing music can help lower your blood pressure.
 
As you can see, there are five aspects of your life that are fairly simple to change. So make these changes right away and live your life with a healthy blood pressure. 
 

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