Blood pressure is the force applied by blood to the artery walls. There are two types of pressures, the systolic and the diastolic. The systolic is the highest and occurs when the heart pumps blood to the body. The diastolic is lower and corresponds to the time in which the heart is at rest between one beat and another.
A blood pressure that is above 140/90 mmHg is considered hypertension. It is multicausal, its balance depends on the health of the kidneys, liver and heart, the hormonal system and the nervous system. Recurring symptoms are headache, nausea and vomiting, confusion, vision changes, and nosebleeds.
MAIN CAUSES (HYPERTENSION)
- Genetic predisposition (family history)
- Physical, emotional and work stress
- Bad dietary habits
- Excess consumption of sugar, salt, tea and coffee, saturated fat, alcohol and tobacco
MAIN CAUSES (HYPOTENSION)
- Helicobacter Pyloris bacteria.
- Low salt consumption.
- Low glucose.
- Stress and anxiety.
- Excessive histamine in the blood.
- Healthy diet rich in fruit and vegetables
- Omega 3 and 6, in a ratio of 4 to 1
- Antioxidants such as vitamin C, E, A, and selenium
- Q10, protector of the heart muscle
- Calcium, magnesium and potassium in a balance of 2: 1: 1
A blood pressure below 90/60 mmHg is considered hypotension. It is multicausal and the most recurrent symptoms are fainting, cold sweat, dizziness after getting up suddenly …
- Healthy diet.