Tips on How to Lower and Control High Blood Pressure.

Our lifestyle plays an important role in treating high blood pressure.


If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure, not too worry we’ve got some few tips to help you control it with a healthy lifestyle.
Most of the time, high blood pressure is as a result of our unhealthy lifestyle.


Here are some tips to help you reduce or lower high blood pressure.

Exercise Daily
Daily exercising can help reduce blood pressure. Some exercises like walking, jogging cycling swimming or dancing can help bring your blood pressure down to safer level.
You can also talk to your doctor about exercises that would help you.

Maintain Healthy Diet
Having an healthy diet can contribute greatly to lowering blood pressure.. Eating whole grains, fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy products can help maintain your blood pressure.
It isn’t so easy to change eating habit but you’ll get used to them overtime.
Monitor how you eat, what you eat and when you eat.
Have a food plan/diary. You can speak to a dietitian to help you out on this.

Quit Smoking
Smoking increases blood pressure, you can read about it online.
Quitting smoking helps reduce your risk of heart diseases, your blood pressure and improves your overall health.

Reduce your stress
Stress can contribute to high blood pressure.
List the things that usually cause you so much stress, be it work, family, projects, whatsoever.. Find a better way of dealing with them to avoid being stressed out.

Regular Medical Check Up
Monitoring your blood pressure and general check up helps you know how you are doing and your health.
Visit your doctor regularly and talk about how you feel to know the medications to take and treatments.

Stay Happy
This may sound weird but it’s also helpful. Find out the fun things that makes you happy and do them often.
It may be as little as playing games on your phone or listening to music. Just do what makes you happy.

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