Beware Of Oatmeal
People who suffer from chronic diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes are always advised to watch what they…
Personal High Blood Pressure Account
What is High Blood Pressure you ask? I could tell you its the effect of fat and cholesterol stiffening up the arteries,…
Are You at Risk for Developing High Blood Pressure?
Although high blood pressure (hypertension) is said to be one of the most common ailments of modern times, it has nevertheless…
Learn to Control Your Blood Pressure
Do you have trouble with your blood pressure and have a daily struggle to control it? Amongst those people most likely…
Are We Maximizing the Benefits Of Our Early Warning
The sea gulls are amazing birds. They practically live in the air above the oceans eking a living from whatever they…
Something I Learned From My Trip to the Mall
The mall is an interesting place. There are people, stores of all sorts abound and there is an atmosphere of excitement…
Hypertension Articles (128)
3 Alternative Ways to Heal Hypertension Naturally
Healing hypertension or high blood pressure naturally is possible. Taking drugs or medicines is not the only option; as there are other various natural ways that have been proven to lower or normalize high blood pressure. Besides reducing your salt intake, eating more fruits and vegetables, reducing high cholesterol foods,…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   May 27, 2011  
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Natural Hypertension Remedies - Reduce Blood Pressure Naturally
Natural hypertension remedies work on the root causes of high blood pressure. Once these causes are understood, steps can be taken to address them without the need for medication. Reducing, or eliminating, drug treatment can avoid side effects and interaction with other pre-existing conditions.
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Feb 12, 2011  
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Eat This Power - Packed Breakfast for Less Than A $1 Per Serving
One of the main criticisms about eating healthy has to with the high cost of health foods. Many people complain that while they would like to consume healthy meals, the cost of the foods classified as being high in nutritional and health values is simply out of reach. Of course,…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jun 06, 2013  
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Learn to Control Your Blood Pressure
Do you have trouble with your blood pressure and have a daily struggle to control it? Amongst those people most likely to develop high blood pressure are people who are overweight, or are over the age of 50. People who don't get a lot of exercise or eat an unhealthy…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jan 17, 2012  
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What Has Gone Wrong With the Chicken: One Of the World’s Favorite Foods?
Chicken is perhaps one of the closest meats in existence that can be called the perfect food. It is jammed packed with protein, low in fat and calories, cheap and easy to prepare. No doubt these are some of the reasons why it is found on menus of homes and…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Sep 24, 2013  
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Stop Eating Fruits!
Someone told me just recently that I should stop eating fruits, especially the sweet ones, because of their high sugar content. They were concerned that consuming fruits would lead to spikes in insulin levels which over periods of time could trigger the onset of diseases such as diabetes, high blood…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 05, 2013  
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Is Your Fat Burner Turned On?
Many people, especially those on these quick diets, unknowingly make the mistake of turning off their fat burner and as a result, weight loss efforts go for naught. If you want to lose weight and decide to go on a diet you must understand that it is necessary to keep…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 14, 2013  
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The Obesity Debate: Is it A Condition Or A Disease
A few weeks ago the American Medical Association officially classified obesity as a disease and already the debate has begun. Is obesity a disease or is it merely a condition precipitated by the individual’s own behavior and lifestyle? The answer to this question is not immediately clear, but one thing…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jul 10, 2013  
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Beware Of Oatmeal
People who suffer from chronic diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes are always advised to watch what they eat. Poor eating habits and diets rich in animal fat, sugar, starch and an abundance of processed foods are generally considered fertilizers for these diseases. On the other hand, diets that…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Mar 21, 2013  
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Understanding the Enigmatic Characteristics Of Salt
How much salt have you ingested today so far? Chances are you probably do not know but sit at any table for breakfast, lunch or dinner and you will find a shaker of salt present. Moreover, each of these meals is likely to have salt or some derivative thereof as…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Mar 24, 2014  
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Risky Diet Practices
It is the desire of everyone to remain healthy throughout their entire life time. However, some of the things we do, either knowingly or unknowingly, seem to contradict this intention. We take great risks with our wellbeing physically, mentally and behaviorally on a daily basis. Yet we seem surprised when…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   May 05, 2013  
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Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally
For many years I tried to live a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly and adopting what I considered to be healthy eating habits. A few years ago, I started to notice that when I was really busy at work I would feel a little light-headed or dizzy. I often felt…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Nov 07, 2011  
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Are We Maximizing the Benefits Of Our Early Warning Systems?
The sea gulls are amazing birds. They practically live in the air above the oceans eking a living from whatever they can find atop the ocean waves. As a boy I always found it astonishing that these birds, despite what appeared to me to be an extremely precarious existence, weren’t…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Aug 23, 2013  
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Leptin: The Master Of Weight Control
Have you ever set a weight loss goal of, let’s say, twenty pounds and got stuck after losing the first ten, or so, pounds? No matter what some people do, short of starvation, after the initial drop in weight they just don’t progress any further. Some increase their diet regime,…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Mar 31, 2013  
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Foods With Benefits
We all eat every day so why not include those foods in our diet that will, in addition to meeting our daily caloric requirements, also contribute towards our health needs; be they general or specific. Continuously, researchers are finding more and more links between the foods we eat and various…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 09, 2013  
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The Proper Way To Eat Watermelon
Today is June 21st the first day of summer, the season of fun, sun and excitement. Everywhere people are enjoying the hot summer days outside in the yard, at the beach, amusement parks, county fairs or wherever their itinerary may take them outside of the confinement of their homes and…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jun 22, 2013  
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Does Rhodiola Help to Lower Blood Pressure?
Rhodiola is a herb indigenous to the northern regions of Asia and parts of Europe. In ancient times it was commonly referred to as “the golden root” and was relied upon for its ability to strengthen the immune system and enhance endurance. In fact, it is said that because of…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jun 07, 2013  
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The Best Way to Peel Avocados
We have entered an era when people are paying greater attention to what they eat. Diets rich in saturated fat, animal meat, processed sugar, table salt and simple carbohydrates are being replaced by more plant based ingredients. More and more people are including foods that provide the body with high…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Oct 22, 2013  
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The National Rifle Association (nra) Maybe Right
The current battle among legislators on Capitol Hill is leaving many of us bewildered and confused. Right now the Democrats primarily are advancing bills to enforce background checks before individuals can purchase firearms. Considering the recent tragedies in Connecticut, Colorado and Arizona one might have thought that this would be…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 20, 2013  
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How to Prevent Yourself From the Risk Of Developing High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure or hypertension carries risks, and you should find out of whether you are at risk of hypertension itself. It is true that hypertension is also called “the silent” killer because it may not give you any symptoms at all, but you can still prevent it by doing…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jun 06, 2011  
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How Beet Juice Lowers Blood Pressure Without Dangerous Side Effects
Beet juice has received rave reviews recently with respect to its ability to lower blood pressure naturally and seemingly without any of the messy side effects normally associated with blood pressure lowering medications. Many researchers have reported that within hours of drinking beet juice patients can begin to see significant…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Aug 06, 2013  
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My Blood Pressure Increases After Exercising
People with high blood pressure are often advised to check with their doctor before engaging in any form of exercise regimen. This is because the extra stress and strain of exercising may impact the body in a pejorative manner. However, it is well documented that engaging in a daily schedule…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 19, 2013  
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How to Keep Your Health Cost Down
Nowadays, everyone is concerned about the high cost of healthcare and rightly so given the proliferation of horror stories when it comes to the cost of receiving medical treatment at clinics and hospitals around the country. It is estimated that a huge portion of our yearly earning is spent on…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jun 07, 2013  
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High Blood Pressure May Not Always Be Treatable By Medication
Hypertension, more commonly referred to as high blood pressure is the most common cause of heart attack as well as stroke and kidney failure. There are millions of people in the United States that have high blood pressure and many of them use blood pressure meds to control it. But,…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jun 03, 2012  
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Sunday Fish Dinners: A Healthy Diet Choice
My weekly Saturday agenda was hardly ever in question as a youngster. Two to four of the neighborhood guys would grab an available wooden dinghy and make our way to familiar fishing grounds. Where we ended up on any Saturday was normally determined by the weather, time of the year…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Oct 11, 2013  
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The Flat Earth Society And Hypertension
By now I know you’re wondering, “What in the world does the Flat Earth Society have to do with hypertension?” Well let me explain. The Flat Earth Society is an association of like minded people who believe that the earth is flat. They reject any notion that the earth is…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 06, 2013  
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These Foods Turn Off Fat Burning
Many people who engage in dieting are of the opinion that if they eat less they should lose weight, but they soon find out that life is not that simple. I have known overweight individuals who have tried all the diets in the world and at the end of the…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Apr 16, 2013  
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What Sugars Are Safe To Eat?
If you are a health conscious individual, you probably know that sugar has been identified as one of the worse dietary substances there is around today. When we eat the body converts the food into glucose for use by the cells and muscles. Glucose is a form of energy that…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Jul 13, 2013  
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Late Night Snacks for Suffers Of High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure afflicts more than one billion people around the world and the number appears to be growing every day. It is especially prevalent in older people, people of color, persons with sedentary lifestyles, obese persons and people with certain hereditary predispositions. Because hypertension is often associated with other…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Mar 22, 2013  
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How to Control Prehypertension
When you face per-hypertension, the top number of reading or systolic is 120 mm Hg to 139 mm Hg and your diastolic or bottom number of reading is between 80 mm Hg to 89 mm Hg. As it is proven that it is not a normal blood flow and it…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Hypertension   Sep 09, 2014  
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