Simple Ways To Cut The Top Blood Pressure Number


The increased focus of doctors today is to convey the life-saving benefits of lowering systolic blood pressure. (The diastolic blood pressure tends to fall at after the age of 55).
By lowering systolic pressure to 120 mm Hg the risk of heart attack will be lowered by 25% and the risk of death will be lowered by 43%. This is in comparison with the cardiovascular problems caused with those whose systolic pressure was 140. Reduction of weight & consumption of less sodium, regular exercise and non-smoking are some of the best natural remedies to reduce your systolic blood pressure to a larger extent and for the long term. One must also follow the medication prescribed by the doctor. Though in some cases effects will be temporary but it will remove the artificial inflation, making your readings more medically trustworthy.

Sit properly
Next time when you go for the blood pressure check-up. Don’t sit with your feet dangling, as this can affect your reading. The blood pressure will vary when you’re standing versus lying down,”. So it’s better to sit in a chair with your back flat against the chair back and your feet flat on the floor.

Breathe slowly
More than 2o people have examined in Japan (some with normal and some with high blood pressure), some of them have taken six deep breathing while waiting to see a doctor have witnessed more than three-point drop in their systolic blood pressure compared to patients who rested for 30 seconds without deep breathing. Other studies have found that patients who routinely practice slow breathing, had consistently lower blood pressure over the period of eight to nine weeks.

Get a grip
Just by performing 20 minutes of simple hand-grip exercises three times a week for 12 weeks reduced their systolic pressure by almost ten points. You can find inexpensive hand grippers online or at your local sporting goods store.

The proposed policy will also look into the accreditation, regulation, marketing of wellness centers, also be considering the treatment in the area of Yoga, Ayurveda, & Naturopathy. The planned proposal will also have a web portal with the list of health care services along with accreditation for the users to choose from.

Right now the medical tourism in Karnataka has been around 25%. The potential is huge and there is a steady rise in the number of people coming for both medical health and cosmetic medical services. But there are cases where the patients are getting betrayed & cheated by the hospitals and wellness centers by charging extra money which the otherwise was not supposed to be charged as per the prior agreement.

So the web portal will help to address the grievances by the travelers. This will also ensure the control of a long-term reputation damage of the state medical tourism Industry.

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