What is the Best Natural Cure for High Blood Pressure?


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Natural Cure for High Blood Pressure Discovered (new study)

The traditional medical system has no solution for high blood pressure other than dangerous drugs, sometimes carrying lethal side effects.

But researchers from the University of Houston’s College of Pharmacy recently discovered a simple, natural cure for high blood pressure.

It’s more effective than drugs and it comes with no side effects.

You already have the cure in your kitchen, and you’re consuming it on a daily basis.

You may just need to boost it up a little to watch your blood pressure numbers drop.

The kidneys play a key role in managing blood pressure. Depending on orders from the brain, they excrete more sodium to lower blood pressure or excrete less sodium to raise blood pressure.

But for some reason, the kidneys do not always manage to do their job.

One of the most common classes of blood pressure drug, diuretics (also called a water pill), is supposed to help the kidneys get rid of excess water and sodium. But they come with serious side effects.

However, what the researchers discovered was that when oxidized stress (free radicals that cause inflammation) occurs in the kidneys, dopamine receptors that are supposed to monitor sodium excretion cannot function properly.

By loading your body with antioxidants, which fight free radicals, the oxidized stress is reduced, and your kidneys can do their job again.

The good news is that this is easy to do. using delicious fruits and vegetables without the side effects of water pills.

Blueberries have more varieties of antioxidants than any other fruit. But antioxidants can be found in all fruits and vegetables. The general rule is the more color, the better. You can also take them as supplements.

It’s equally important to avoid oxidization in the first place, by eating healthy foods and avoid everything processed. Food cooked at very high temperatures (grilled)—and of course fried foods—also contribute to oxidization.

The real underlying cause, however, lies in the phrase “oxidized stress.” Because any stress can be the underlying cause of high blood pressure. It can be physical (oxidization, diseases), mental (long-lasting difficult tasks at work), emotional (loss of a loved one), or sensory (traffic, loud TV).

And the stress accumulates. Imagine having the flu (physical stress) while there is loud construction going on next door (sensory stress). In that case, your stress level and blood pressure would rise more than it would from just one of those factors alone.

When your body is under oxidized or any other stress for a long time, your brain gets into the habit of triggering high blood pressure. This becomes chronic, habitual. So even if the stress factors are no longer present, your blood pressure stays high.

The way to deal with this is to break “the habit of high blood pressure.” You can do this by giving yourself “a Focused Break.” It only takes a few minutes, but you’ll immediately experience a drop in blood pressure.

But the Focused Break is a topic for another article. Learn more about how the Focused Break exercises work to lower blood pressure, and try them out for yourself here…

If your cholesterol is too high, it’s probably because of oxidized cholesterol buildup in your arteries. Here is how to get rid of that plaque buildup quickly…

Natural Cure for High Blood Pressure – This Healthy Food Raises Blood Pressure and Doubles Heart Attack Risk

As a health-conscious reader of Blue Heron Health News, I’m sure you pay a lot of attention to what you eat and try to choose a healthy diet.

But sometimes, not all is as it seems.

According to a new study, some healthy foods, such as common fruits and vegetables, could turn lethal if used in the wrong way. And we all use them in this way from time to time.

According to a new study from the Environmental Health Center at Seoul National University College of Medicine in Korea, consuming fruits, vegetables, and other foods from cans can double your risk of heart attack.

This only applies to cans lined with bisphenol A (BPA). Unfortunately, most food cans are still lined with this dangerous chemical, even though it’s been proven to cause many serious diseases.

Most plastic containers are also high in BPA.

The only safe way to avoid it is to only use cans, bottles, or other contains that are clearly marked as BPA-free.

In spite of the overwhelming evidence from this and other studies, the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) still argues that BPA is completely safe.

The Korean researchers recruited 60 men and women to drink either three cans lined with BPA or 3 glass bottles of soy milk per day. Those who drank out of cans had a five-point rise in blood pressure on average, compared to the glass-drinking group.

The researchers also found a scary 1,600% (yes—one thousand, six hundred percent) increase in BPA in the urine of the can group compared to the glass group.

A spike in blood pressure drastically increases the risk of heart attack. So if you consume a higher volume of BPA, it can easily double your heart attack risk.

With high blood pressure being so serious, it’s extremely important to lower it. The best way I know to lower blood pressure naturally is to use three easy exercises. Try these exercises out for yourself here…

High levels of bad cholesterol are another factor behind stroke and heart attack. But not in the way that most doctors think. Here is the step-by-step strategy I used to clear my 93% blocked heart arteries and avoid a heart attack…

Natural Cure for High Blood Pressure – 80% of High Blood Pressure Cases Caused by This Single Thing

One challenge in treating high blood pressure is that there seem to be so many factors that affect this disease.

A bad diet, lack of exercise, high cholesterol, and obesity are just a few examples of the hundreds of things considered to cause high blood pressure.

But researchers from Australia recently discovered a single factor that is behind 80% of high blood pressure cases. The best thing is, it’s easy to tackle this underlying cause and permanently get rid of high blood pressure.

In a new study published in the journal Cell, the researchers tested the effects of leptin on high blood pressure. Leptin is a hormone that, among other things, regulates appetite, metabolism, and body fat storage.

More body fat causes more leptin to circulate in the bloodstream. The researchers found that this tends to increase blood pressure. This is one reason that obesity and high blood pressure so often go hand in hand.

These scientists claim that high leptin levels may be the cause of up to 80% of all high blood pressure cases.

But that’s not the end of the story, because not everyone who has high blood pressure is obese, and vice versa.

The researchers took a group of obese mice with high blood pressure and disabled the receptors in their brains that process leptin. Like magic, the blood pressures of the obese mice went down.

But mice are not humans. So next, the researchers hunted down a group of people who were obese, with high leptin levels. However, either genetically or because of a disease, these people’s brains didn’t process leptin as effectively as normal. Without exception, these people had normal blood pressures, despite obesity.

What about slim people, then? Maybe some people just have more sensitive leptin receptors in their brains. So even if they’re not obese and their leptin levels are normal, their brains still trigger an elevation in blood pressure.

But does this mean that the solution is to just tone down the leptin receptors in the brain (as the researchers indicated)?

No, that’s just another way to use drugs to unbalance your system. And these drugs will always come with serious side effects and mess up something else in the process.

When your brain is reacting to leptin, it is correctly saying that something is wrong.

Being obese puts extreme stress on your body. And a functional way to deal with any stress is to raise blood pressure.

If you’re not obese and still have high blood pressure, it means that your brain is reacting to some other kind of stress. And stress accumulates. Yes, forcing leptin down could lower blood pressure (because it’s one of many influences), but it doesn’t address the real underlying stress.

Only your brain regulates your blood pressure. It gets messages from your body and senses, which it processes to decide how high your blood pressure should be (did you get an unexpected expense, have your arteries narrowed, etc.) But, just like the CEO of a major corporation, your brain makes the final decision.

The problem is that your brain gets used to firing off high blood pressure orders. It becomes an unconscious habit. And just like other bad habits, this habit needs to be broken.

The method I use to break this “habit of high blood pressure” is something I call a Focused Break.

Throughout the years, thousands of clients have used these easy Focused Break exercises to successfully lower their blood pressure to a healthy level.

This is by far the easiest and most effective method I know to drop blood pressure permanently.

Watch this video – No Pills! Natural Cure for High Blood Pressure

Learn how the simple Focused Break exercises work, and try them out for yourself…

This post is from the High Blood Pressure Exercise Program. It was made by Christian Goodman Blue Heron health news that has been recognized as one of the top-quality national health information websites. 

This program will provide you the natural high blood pressure treatments, natural recipes to cook healthy meals and useful strategies to build a healthy diet with the aim to help you to maintain, stabilize and get your blood pressure down in minutes permanently and naturally.

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