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The way you live effects how easily you can control your blood pressure

by , 28 January 2014

There are lifestyle factors you can change that'll help you stay in control of your blood pressure. This is especially important if you're living with uncontrolled high blood pressure, you have a high risk of suffering from a heart attack or a stroke. So start leading a healthier lifestyle today and follow these tips.

Not knowing you have high blood pressure, or living with uncontrolled high blood pressure puts you at a huge risk of suffering from a heart attack or a stroke. 
 
There are, fortunately, small changes you can make in the way you live that enable you to lower your risk of a debilitating or fatal disease that comes as a result of your high blood pressure.
 
High blood pressure places your major organs under strain
 
All your major organs suffer when you don’t control your high blood pressure. Your heart, brain and arteries all struggle when they’re constantly under pressure.
 
54% of all strokes where your brain starts to bleed are because of high blood pressure. And 47% if all heart attacks are because of high blood pressure.
 
And what’s particularly scary about this, is that you might not even realise this is happening in your body. And you’ll suffering quietly for years until that one day when your body gives up…
 
Make these changes to reduce your risk of high blood pressure and related diseases
 
· Change your diet!
 
Eliminating refined sugars from your diet can help lower your high blood pressure. Forcing your body to produce insulin because of your sugar habit promotes high blood pressure. So reduce or eliminate sugars from your diet.
 
· Exercise!
 
Promote healthy blood flow and muscle activity (including your heart muscle) by exercising. And even better, exercise outside so you’re getting some added nutrients from the sun.
 
These two simple lifestyle changes can have a huge impact on your health and put you in control of your blood pressure. Reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke by changing your lifestyle to change your high blood pressure.
 

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