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10:51 AM | 19-07-2021

How to cope up with high blood pressure?


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08:52 PM | 31-07-2021

Hello Satyanarayan,

High blood pressure is caused due to our blood vessels get constricted and the flow of blood is obstructed which causes pressure to increase, this is a long term effect of all the accumulation of toxins. The chronic diet of high fat and sedentary lifestyle is the cause of this. The new-age corporate glass building is a new hub of all the diseases to enter as with air conditions we lock our space with altered air supply rather than natural places that inhibit our healthy growth. What makes a major difference is by changing lifestyles, that we are not only curing the disease at this stage but also preventing it.

Now let us understand what changes we can make:

Eat:

The first thing in the morning is to start your day with something light in nature and easy to digest is what your breakfast should be because they are the kind of nutrients that get absorbed easily. Even the early morning ritual should include consumption of two-three glasses of warm water will help in flushing out all the toxins. The ideal diet would be to depend on fruits and raw vegetable intake at least for one month and refrain from something which is oil-based. Have fruit salad in the afternoon time and vegetable salad as evening snack this will be light on your stomach.

  • Consume Vitamin C rich food as it builds up immunity at the same time clear our airway like mosumbi, oranges, lemon, sprouts, cabbage, capsicum, etc. 
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Having raw garlic two hours after your meal, an empty stomach will be helpful in treating high blood pressure.
  • A diet rich in potassium like coconut water, bananas, etc is recommended for a good flow in blood vessels.

Exercise:

  • A brisk walk in early morning sun from 30-45 minutes, helps in treating your body to its level best. Sun is a great source of Vitamin D that is why walking in the sun and connecting with the sun also help in activating our cells and rejuvenate us for the whole day this will help in lowering blood pressure.
  • Suryanamaskar practice daily will help in increasing muscle tonicity and increase blood circulation. 

Meditation:

In any kind of disease, stress comes complementary to it, but with our assurance and positive attitude, we can treat anything. The best thing to start with is breathing mindfully before sleep with the help of music to stay positive. In a room take a bowl of water and add two-three drops of orange or lavender essential oils this will help in soothing you and the aroma will relax you and keep you away from any kind of disease. A positive attitude will help you to deal with everything in life.

Sleep:

Sleeping for at least 7-8 hours is really helpful in dealing with any problem, sleep is our body's natural response and helps the body to heal. Sleep relaxes the muscles and strengthens our body. During sleep, our body goes into a repair mechanism where it heals thy self.

Hopefully, these suggestions will help you

Thank you



05:39 PM | 31-08-2021

Hello Satya Narayan,

Normal blood pressure is 120/80 mmhg. High blood pressure occurs when the lumen of blood vessels become narrowed due to the accumulation of cholesterol. Because of narrowed vessels, blood has to flow through more pressure to reach every tissue and cells of the body. This accumulation of toxins occurs due to the consumption of a high-fat diet. 

Diet

  • Drink 3 to 4 glasses of warm water on an empty stomach early in the morning. This will help to flush the toxins out of the body. 
  • Include Vitamin C rich foods and drinks in your diet like blueberries, oranges, amla, lemon juice, etc as they have antioxidant properties. 
  • Eat soaked raisins, dry fruits, beans, nuts, and sprouts to get them easily absorbable nutrients. 
  • Have fresh, seasonal, and locally available fruits and vegetables. 
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day. 

Foods to avoid- 

  • Avoid dairy products like ghee, milk, paneer, curd, etc.
  • Avoid processed, packaged, preserved, oily and spicy foods. 
  • Avoid tea and coffee. 
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Avoid refined oils and refined grains. 

Physical activity 

  • Start the day with a short morning walk. 
  • Perform pranayam regularly, specially anulom-vilom, kapalbhati and bhastrika pranayam. 
  • Do padahasta asana, trikona asana, gomukha asana, hala asana. 
  • Take sunrays early in the morning. 

Sleep 

A correct sleeping pattern is essential for good metabolism and to maintain the circadian rhythm. So, take proper sleep of at least 7-8 hours daily. Sleep early at night and also wake up early in the morning. 

Thank you


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