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Herbal Remedies for High Blood Pressure




  Hypertension or high blood pressure is that flows into the veins. When the disease persists, strong blood pressure can damage the veins and affect the heart rate. This and can cause serious complications such as heart attack, stroke, and kidney disease so blood pressure should be maintained. Altitude is considered a silent killer because its symptoms are not easy to detect. Its symptoms are usually felt when the illness is severe.

Symptoms often include fatigue, headaches, chest pain, shortness of breath, blurry eyes and irregular heartbeats. Causes of a person's high blood pressure include excessive consumption of salty foods, constant stress and stress, calcium deficiency, magnesium, potassium, overweight and lack of exercise.

An herbal remedy that can be treated with this high blood pressure is that lemongrass is easy to prepare and you will only make tea. All you have to do is slice the lemongrass leaves into smaller lengths and wash them. Boil 4 cups of water and put the dried lemongrass leaves, boil for 3-5 minutes and sift. Then you can drink it completely and if you do not like the taste you can add 1-2 tablespoons sugar.

To prevent high blood pressure have a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet. To avoid this condition should stop or abstain from smoking, lose weight, limit alcohol consumption, avoid stress and stress and monitor pressure at home.



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