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You don't always have to rely on medication to lower your blood pressure, says Healthline.com

by , 23 June 2014

You may have been taking medications to lower your blood pressure for years now, but while they could be keeping your blood pressure levels stable they could also be damaging your health.

This because there are certain compounds in them that cause other processes to take place in your body, ones that aren't necessarily good for you.

And while this isn't a reason to stop taking your meds all of a sudden, you should start looking at how you can improve your health in other ways, says Healthline.com. Natural ways!

Keep reading to find out what you can do to naturally lower your blood pressure. You never know, this could be the first step to living your life medication free in the future!

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Use these two tips to lower your blood pressure completely naturally

#1. Drop that extra weight: Healthline.com says even a drop in weight of a measly 5kg can significantly improve your body’s natural ability to control your blood pressure and improve the effect of the meds you’re on. Even if you’re trying to lose a lot more weight, 5kg is a reachable goal, so start there!
 
#2. Take up walking: Adding moderate exercise to your daily life is an essential part of your health. And it’s an even bigger part of being able to lower your blood pressure. This because something as simple as walking short distances every day can reduce the fat around your tummy; the fat that’s the culprit causing your heart problems in the first place.
 
If you do these two simple things you’re likely to change your overall health and be able to lower your blood pressure completely naturally. Why not give it a try?

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