As you get older, loneliness, depression and blood pressure become directly connected. If you're elderly and you don't get your mental health on tract now, you run the risk of premature death. Here's how to cope so you can improve your overall health immediately.
Dr Louise Hawkley, of the research team of this study, said: “Loneliness behaved as though it is a unique health-risk factor in its own right.” In fact, the people in the study who confirmed they are lonely, showed a 15-point increase in their blood pressure!
Cope with loneliness and depression so it doesn’t increase your blood pressure
Here are some simple things you can do to break your cycle of loneliness and depression
· Take advantage of family gatherings. Make an effort to bring your family to you if you’re unable to get to them
· Join social groups in your community. Do something fun like joining a bridge or Scrabble group. Or even join the local bowls team!
· Make time for physical face-to-face interactions with friends and family
As long as you make the time to interact with people, you can ward off loneliness and depression. It’s all up to you and how you go about it. Remember all it takes is a little effort from you to fight high blood pressure
associated with your loneliness.
This enzyme is so powerful it sends patients with congestive heart failure into remission...
This enzyme is one of the top 10 remedies sold in Japan. It's also widely used in part of Europe. And no wonder! It has been used as a treatment for the early stages of congestive heart failure when used in high enough dosages. It actually improves the function of the healthy part of the heart and it also slows the damaging effects of high LDL cholesterol. And although some health-care providers are finally acknowledging its benefits, many people still haven't even heard of it.
Why is it not more generally used in this country if it's so effective?
The answer is simple.
It's not going to make anyone a lot of money. Not doctors. Not pharmaceutical companies. Not the media. Nobody! And let's face it. Pharmaceutical giants don't want their customers to reverse heart damage with an easily obtainable, affordable alternative to their expensive prescriptions. Why would they? It's bad business!
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