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  • A healthy, well-balanced, low fat diet is extremely important for hypertension patients. Fresh fruits and vegetables are a must ( garlic should be included ) as the potassium present in them counters the effect of salt taken which in turn is a blood pressure increasing agent. Kidney patients, though, should keep a watch over their potassium intake. This diet of fruits and vegetables will also provide you with anti-oxidants, so very important for your general well being. This diet gets rid of the toxins in the body as well.

    There are many different prescription drugs for high blood pressure including vasodilators, alpha-blockers, beta-blockers, diuretics, etc. Each has a different way of working and different drugs may work for different people. You may need to try a variety before you find the right drug or combination of drugs suitable for you. Some examples of medication that your doctor may recommend are: enalapril (Vasotec), losartan (Cozaar), atenolol (Tenormin), and furosemide (Lasix).

    Like many synthetic drugs, anti-hypertensive medication has a risk of causing side effects, which depend on the person as well as the type of drug being taken. These can include dizziness, nausea, stomach problems, fatigue, impotence, insomnia, loss of appetite, and low blood pressure among others. Always speak to your doctor if you are having problems.

    Extremely high blood pressure (malignant hypertension) or rapidly worsening hypertension (accelerated hypertension) most definitely requires treatment using conventional medicine. Remember, as blood pressure requires monitoring and in some cases the use of blood pressure-lowering drugs, alternative treatment for even moderate hypertension must be strictly taken under medical supervision only

    There are a number of herbal and homeopathic remedies that are well known for their ability to control high blood pressure with great success. Unlike conventional medicines, which do not always address the root cause, natural remedies can do this without the risk of side effects or addiction.

    In keeping with a holistic approach to health, Naturopaths recognize that high blood pressure may be a sign or symptom of imbalance in the body and thus recommend a combination of lifestyle changes and natural remedies to remove the causes of the high blood pressure, rather than simply just treating the symptoms.

    Remember to always source your natural remedies from a reputable company in order to ensure safety, efficacy, and correct therapeutic dosage.

    You may get details on these remedies & HBP diet here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/h/highbloodpressure.htm

  • Eat less salt, as little as possible including that in processed foods
    Eat more calcium (milk, yogurt) and more potassium (bananas, oranges)
    Lose weight if you are overweight
    Get more exercise

  • Masturbation, always lower the blood pressure. Releases stress like a drug.

  • Supplements:
    Calcium, Magnesium, Garlic, L Carnitine, L glutamic acid, L glutamine, Selenium, Co Q10, EFAs (flaxseed oil) Vitamin C, Lecithin granules and Vitamin E.

    A strict salt-free diet is essential, and most animal fats (meat and dairy) should be avoided. Broiled white fish and skinless chicken may be consumed in moderation only. Primary protein sources should be from vegetables, grains and legumes.

    Avoid all alcohol, caffeine and tobacco.

    Fast for three days each month to periodically cleanse and detoxify the body.

    Get regular exercise, and keep weight down.

  • Cayenne Pepper is probably the fastest way to lower high blood pressure. Either mix one teaspoon of cayenne pepper with half a cup of luke-warm water and stir, or better still, mix two tablespoons of honey with two teaspoons of cayenne pepper and boil them with a glass of water and drink when it is warm. Not only will this bring great relief to your high blood pressure, but it also tastes good!

    Hawthorn berries have rightly been called "food for the heart". They lower blood pressure as well as protecting arterial walls and preventing and treating hypertension and angina.

    Two Evening Primrose oil pills a day can drop blood pressure about 10 points off of both the bottom and top numbers.

    Cutting out all caffeine can lower blood pressure by 10-15 points off the top and 8-10 points off the bottom.

    Eat lots of garlic, preferably raw minced garlic. Studies have proven that garlic significantly lowers both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

    Likewise cinnamon can help lower blood pressure, as well as lower circulating blood glucose, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol and overall cholesterol.

    Mix 1/2 onion juice and 1/2 honey. Take two tablespoons once a day for one to two weeks.

    Eat one Papaya on an empty stomach daily for a month. Do not eat anything after for about two hours.

    A healthy diet with plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits, and quality fish oils and other good omega 3 fats will also help

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    Hawthorne

  • change your diet eat less meat, less dairy and less salt, take hawthorn berry and google dherbs or aj adams site for alternative treatments.