How To Reduce High Blood Pressure Naturally | How To Prevent High Blood Pressure Naturally

it’s much better to prevent high blood pressure than to take a pill once it’s already there let’s learn what.


it’s much better to prevent high blood pressure than to take a pill once it’s already there let’s learn what to do so when we look at blood pressure there’s two numbers but let me get my board out so I can explain it better to you okay so the top number is called systolic which is the pressure on your arteries during maximal contraction of your heart and the bottom number is called diastolic which is the pressure on your arteries when your heart is completely relaxed and if your blood pressure is constantly over 140/90 then make sure to visit your doctors surgery so they can do a 24-hour blood pressure test on you high blood pressure damages your blood vessels throughout your entire body from your brain, to your eyes, to your lungs, to your heart, to your kidneys and many more normally I don’t like to be the healthcare professional who’s all doom and gloom but it’s really important to say that having high blood pressure can significantly increase your risk of having a heart attack a stroke heart disease and even kidney disease which is why high blood pressure is known as the silent killer because you have no symptoms until you have some serious complications and it’s been shown that having your blood pressure well controlled can reduce the risk of you having a heart attack or a stroke by 30% now there are lifestyle changes that you can make to lower your blood pressure naturally and they work exceptionally well to prevent you from getting high blood pressure so let’s begin the two bad habits that have proven to increase your blood pressure are heavy alcohol consumption and smoking and when we say heavy alcohol consumption that means that you’re drinking more than 14 units per week and to help you calculate this I’ve left a link in the description below when we speak about smoking we mean smoking in any amount so do not smoke and do not drink heavily if you don’t
want high blood pressure salt! just by reducing your intake to one teaspoon a
day which is equivalent to 6 grams has been proven to reduce your blood pressure sleep! sleep deprivation has been shown to increase our blood pressure so try and get a minimum of 6 hours per night coffee! if you drink more than four cups a day it could increase your blood pressure so if you’re a big fan of coffee, tea or any other drinks that contain caffeine try to cut down and this is just water be more active so it’s 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise for at least five days per week and that also helps you reduce weight, which all helps you reduce your blood pressure and it’s really cold so I’m going to get back to my running the NHS have also done a really good guide and it’s called the “eat well guide” and in this it gives you a breakdown of what to eat, how much to eat and how to fit your five a day of fruit and veg now all of these have been shown to help lower blood pressure so feel free to check it out link is in the description below and I always tell patients that it’s much better to prevent getting high blood pressure than to take a pill for it once it’s already there so follow these tips, live a healthy lifestyle and hopefully you won’t get high blood pressure thanks for watching please make sure to like, comment and tag friends who’ll find this information useful hey guys thanks for watching this week’s video make sure to click that like, follow or subscribe button now to stay up to date with new weekly videos it’s been snowing and it’s really cold but we need to get the exercise in so keep up exercising guys right that’s the one I think this will look okay, sleep! pressure test to make sure they can
test if you have blood pressure (LAUGHTER)

81 thoughts on “How To Reduce High Blood Pressure Naturally | How To Prevent High Blood Pressure Naturally”

  1. My wife just have blood pressure 192/77 what causes? Every day same thing also she’s talking high rouge medications every day?

  2. I am confused about tea. Some say it will cause high blood pressure others say it prevents and treats high blood pressure.

  3. I don't smoke or drink alcohol… I take my blood pressure every morning….My Blood pressure is usually around 195/100 for the past ten years… It does vary… I don't want to take medication… so I don't go to the Doctor…

  4. I'm 15 years old and my bp is 130. I have a bad headache and bad eye sight please ! Help me , what do I do! I take headache pills but it still doesn't take away the stress

  5. So… coffee can raise your blood pressure if you’re not used to taking it. But the other components of coffee other than caffeine are the major factors for it, not caffeine itself

  6. I have just 21 years , recently I went to hospital , I check my blood pressure, it is 174/130 . That day onwards am hope less on life … please somebody help to cure it.

  7. Does that's mean I should also quit herbal tea? Those are caffeine free. I really think my blood pressure is high because I work at night and it's hard to consistently get the right amount of sleep because my body wants to go back to normal hours.

  8. So as to boost the presence of the “good” cholesterol and reduce the “bad” cholesterol I possess, I tried out applying this cholesterol solution “Hοzantο Axy” (Google it) . I don`t know whether it`s completed that yet; I never have had virtually any new blood test since I have commenced making use of it. I am quite thrilled for a month ahead in order to get my cholesterol screened. I hope this could help me. Therefore I`m considering favorably based on what exactly I have read. .

  9. High BP is not an illness, but a symptom of some illness, High PB DOES NOT PRODUCE KIDNEY DISEASE, but the opposite. Having kidneys that are not filtering the blood properly due to the nephrons being blocked or the blood thick or other factors produces high blood pressure so that due to these problems, the heart has to pump more. Likewise, if one has the arteries clogged due to eating junk food or in general inflammation, then the heart will have to work harder to pump the blood to the whole of the body. Stress, smoking and other factors also influence it. So, BP is not the problem, and what needs to be done is to solve the problem which is causing high BP. By the way, the American Medical Association's latest guidelines differentiate the level of BP according to age, so that those over 65 can have it at 150/9. The important thing is to avoid medication which only tends to make things worse and solve the underlying problem mainly by eating proper food, especially fruit and vegetables, exercise, control of stressors, good sleeping patterns. Forget about aspirin and tynelon, ibuphropane and other such as they are among the biggest killers in America.

  10. Hellow sir my baby in 7 days my bp high in 140/90 during pregnence and this time what can i do plz ask me dr recormand i eat tablet…plz help me…

  11. sleep help on alot of things. in to loose weight, if you metabolism well rested it fight fat better, just like if u well rested u work better and study better!

  12. I just turn 17 this year and I just measure my blood pressure and it’s 145 and I never exercise. After I watched this video I will try to sleep enough time and do more exercise by the way I never really eat vegetable but after watch this video I’m going to eat more vegetable. Hopefully my blood pressure go down 😖 I also recommend to everyone to do the same thing try to do exercise more, eat healthy and sleep enough. Wish you all healthy and wish me luck to make my blood pressure to become healthy 😣

  13. I'm 15 and my blood pressure is 130/85 is this bad? I do know that exercise and eating healthier helps but is there anything else I could do?

  14. i showed as 140/90. i have no idea why, i cycle 12 miles a day, go the gym 3x a week, drink less than 14 units of alcohol a week and even then only drink sparingly. i smoke cannabis probably twice a week, that’s the only negative thing against my health i do. but my day to day diet is good, high fiber, no meat, lots of fruit and vegetables. rather confused 🤷🏼‍♂️

  15. I was just admitted to A&E for having blood pressure of 230/140 which apparently is insanely high. I have a renal artery stenosis which has been found to be the likely cause of my extremely high BP. It is now being managed and thankfully I am still breathing!

    I went to the GP for something completely unrelated, and I am so glad I did. If anyone is reading this, please check your blood pressure immediately, it could save your life.

  16. I don't smoke or drink alcohol, but I am sedentary. BP of 150/100 & I have had it for at least three years. I am going to start doing a lot of walking, also going to see if my IBS can tolerate Beetroot, Spinach & Cocoa, also started drinking green tea last week & will be adding black in from tomorrow. Possibly my enlarged gallbladder which is over 14 cms long & heavy dilated might be causing problems I think-just waiting for an operation date to remove it now. ECG has come back clear, as did the Echo earlier in the year & my kidneys are working fine as I had an Electrolytes & Creatinine that came back showing normal function last week. Having to get another 24 hour BP monitor fitted-the last one kept me awake all night & probably pushed my BP through the roof.

  17. Thanks a million for this tips. Very informative like me, I went to the clinic and my blood is 150/80 after 2 weeks need to go back for check up. Please include me for your praying. Much love guys.

  18. My BP is so weird I'm 20 years old and my first reading is like 145/90 and then I wait a little bit maybe minute and second reading is like 120/85, it's probably my anxiety and stress that spikes my BP because when I wait for results my heart starts to beat fast and I keep looking at monitor until numbers show up, does that count that I have high blood pressure it's almost every time like that

  19. My BP is never below 120/70. Most of the time it's in the 130's/80's. I'm only 24 but seeing my loved ones suffer through high BP motivates me to watch my health.

  20. Hopefully my BP goes back to normal soon, managed to quit smoking and drinking. Eating healthier now as well but I was putting back "14 units" of beer a day for at least 3 years, and more than sporadically the previous 7 years before that

  21. Thank you doc so much ..my dad has high bp every once in a while today he was 150/100 can i please know if there’s anything i can do to lower his bp immediately at home..he is not on any medication .

  22. My family thinks I have Stage 1 Hypertension and it startled me as a 13 year old 8th grader, do you have any advise for me to help with that and is It curable? I know nothing about this.

  23. A lot of this information is false. Whole grains are carbs that turn into sugar. They are not good for you. Salt does NOT raise blood pressure and this has been proven in multiple independent studies not funded by Big Pharma. Respectfully you are several years behind on your reading.

  24. My Blood preasure is:

    120 = Millimeters of mercury for systolic preassure

    85 = Millimeters of mercury for diastolic preassure

    108 = Heartbeat per min

    And I'm just 12 years old (born in year 2007)
    Is it too high for my age?

  25. I m 150 /90. I play badminton 12 hours a week and i run for fun in the hills near my house. BUT i ve taken a lot of NSAIDS like Ibuprofen and Cataphlam to reduce my sports injury swellings. NOW i m hpertensive. Of course i ve stopped taking them but the side effect still persist. Aready 3 weeks drug free but my BP remains stubbornly high. Any advice? Liked ur video btw , but not really helpful for my special case.

  26. I'm a distance runner.. and fairly young (well.. not quite old enough for age related stuff anyway)….. yet my blood pressure is 141/82… technically that's hypertension! I will often train daily, running around 10k. I'm somewhat surprised its that high. I guess there's more to this blood pressure business than just being physically active. I also completely fast once a week for 36 hours.

  27. I recently have been having high blood pressure
    130/86
    It’s not to high but I want to lower it, do you have any information? I am 13 so I don’t know if that would affect anything.

  28. High BP on my dad’s side and low BP on my mom’s side came crashing together and made me 😅 Any good ways for STABILITY? I’m good 90% of the time, but that 10% is a wild 10%.

  29. Also, decrease to the amount of meat consumption as well…meat/animal fat naturally contains fats (in the form of phospholipids) and cholesterol (a natural substance that keeps cell membranes malleable and 'fluid')……it also helps to adopt a vegan diet…although vegan diets also comes with its own risks….

  30. My blood pressure is around 180/125 and I was told at the hospital that it wasn't a massive issue because I'm relatively young (30)
    Judging by everything I've read online, that's really high and should be a cause for immediate action
    At one point it was over 200, so surely the doctors should've been more concerned when it should be around 120/80

  31. I don't drink alcohol, coffee or smoke. I have been eating very healthy low sodium diet for over 5 months. Very light exercise due to stroke. Lost over 85lbs. On 4 blood pressure meds. My blood pressure was well below normal 120/80 however, it has creeped back up to the high 130's Diastolic in the last 2 months and the low 150's this week. I tripped and fell and hurt my back and shoulders last week so not much exercise. So hopefully it will go back down when I can do more exercise.

  32. You have forgotten to mention the most important causes of hypertension: sugar consumption; too many carbs; and processed foods.

  33. Thank you sir I’ll have to lower down my blood pressure I’m 16 and tired of doctors telling me I’m too young for this I know I am. Time to make a change.

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