This condition is caused by the following: stress, poor emotional management, a fast pace of life, a poor diet, and bad living habits (tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and medications), which, in turn, cause the body’s deficiency of substances for its perfect functionality. Some of these deficiencies are magnesium, calcium, potassium, vitamin C, etc.
To return to their original state, people need to be aware of the risks of this condition and correct their lifestyle. The body must have all the elements necessary to maintain balance.
Hypertension is also referred to as the “silent killer” because some patients do not show symptoms until the onset of the stroke.
There are also people who then notice the symptoms of hypertension, take immediate action. In some cases, this condition is manifested by a very specific headache, ringing in the ears, eye problems, numb fingers, etc. Then I know he should take his blood pressure and see a doctor.
Researchers say that the best natural treatment to combat these diseases is to follow the correct dietary recommendations because they can be very useful.
People should consume brown algae such as Kombu, Sea Spaghetti, Wakame, etc., because they have in their composition substances with vasodilating and anticoagulant effect, which, among other benefits, promote blood flow and relax the muscles of the arterial walls, with a great effect hypotensive.
Foods rich in:
- Potassium (salad, tomatoes, pumpkin, bananas, etc.)
- Calcium (spinach, broccoli, oats, sesame seeds, etc.)
- Magnesium (legumes, cereals, nuts, etc.)
- Vitamin C (citrus, peppers, etc.)
- Essential fatty acids (fish: sardines, cod, salmon, etc.)
In addition to these tips, people can also consume specific foods, because they will help us especially to reduce blood pressure. These are garlic, chia seeds, tomatoes, carrots, Cochayuyo seaweed, cabbage, broccoli and Brussels sprouts, brown rice, celery, etc.
There are also natural medicinal plants that are used as a natural treatment for hypertension. These are hawthorn (white), olive, juniper, lavender, Luisa Herb, thyme, valerian, etc.