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Cure for high blood pressure in ayurveda

04 Mar, 2023


What is High blood pressure?

According to Ayurveda,The high blood pressure is due to imbalanced "vata" and "pitta". High blood pressure also known as Rakt chap vraddhi in Ayurveda. Your heart pumps blood through the arteries at a specific pressure. But because of physical obstruction or contraction, the heart has to apply more pressure than usual to pump the same amount of blood per minute through the arteries, pushing the blood against the walls of arteries. This condition is referred to as high blood pressure.

Sometimes, high BP runs in the family. In contrast, some individuals living at high altitudes may experience a chronic high blood pressure condition due to low oxygen levels in their environment.

People prone to high blood pressure are advised to get their health checkups done at least once a month. If the blood pressure reading is higher than 120/80 mm of Hg, it is recommended to take proper measures to keep the blood pressure under control.

High blood pressure or hypertension is not fatal per se, but it can lead to several complications which increase the chances of a cardiac arrest.

What causes high blood pressure?
High blood pressure may be caused by a lack of physical activity, overconsumption of meat, caffeine, alcohol, etc. Someone who has diabetes is highly likely to have high blood pressure. Your risk of getting high blood pressure may increase with age; therefore, it is crucial to take good care of your heart as you enter your 40s.

  • Stress and anexity 
  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Alcohol
  • Adrenaline/Catchecholamines secreting tumors - Pheochromocytoma.
  • Over loading of fast foods
  • Hardening of the arteries 
  • Metabolic disorders

What are the types of high blood pressure?

Primary (also called essential) high blood pressure- Causes of this most common type of high blood pressure include aging and unhealthy habits like not getting enough exercise.
Secondary high blood pressure- Causes of this type of high blood pressure include different medical problems (for example kidney or hormonal problems) or sometimes a medication you’re taking.

What are the risk factors for high blood pressure?
You are more likely to have high blood pressure if you:-

  • Have family members who have high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease or diabetes.
  • Are of African descent.
  • Are older than 55.
  • Are overweight.
  • Don’t get enough exercise.
  • Eat foods high in sodium (salt).
  • Smoke or use tobacco products.
  • Are a heavy drinker (more than two drinks a day in men and more than one drink a day in women).

What diet helps manage high blood pressure?

  • Eat foods that are lower in fat, salt and calories, such as skim or 1% milk, fresh vegetables and fruits, and whole-grain rice and pasta. 
  • Use flavorings, spices and herbs to make foods tasty without using salt. The optimal recommendation for salt in your diet is to have less than 1,500 milligrams of sodium a day. Don't forget that most restaurant foods (especially fast foods) and many processed and frozen foods contain high levels of salt. Use herbs and spices that do not contain salt in recipes to flavor your food. Don’t add salt at the table. 
  • Avoid or cut down on foods high in fat or salt, such as butter and margarine, regular salad dressings, fatty meats, whole milk dairy products, fried foods, processed foods or fast foods and salted snacks.


Can High blood pressure be reduce?

Yes, you can reduce High blood pressure to use the hebal product BP treat thats reccomanded by Dhanwantri Pharmanceutical.


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