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High Pulse Pressure Herbal Treatment, Prevention, Symptoms, Causes, Cured By

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High Pulse Pressure
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High Pulse Pressure
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High Pulse Pressure
 

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Description

High Pulse Pressure is a disease of the Nerves and the Arteries.
When the blood flows in the blood vessels, it exerts pressure in the blood vessels. This pressure is known as Blood Pressure. It is measured in two readings.
The top reading and the bottom reading. The top reading is called Systolic Blood Pressure and bottom reading is called Diastolic blood Pressure.
When the heart muscles contract they exert pressure on the blood vessels. This pressure is called Systolic Blood Pressure. It is the maximum pressure that is exerted.
The minimum pressure that is exerted on the Blood Vessels is Diastolic Blood Pressure. It occurs when the muscles get relaxed.
Both, the Systolic and the Diastolic Pressure increase with age, up to 20/30 years. But in old age, Systolic increases and Diastolic decreases. The cause may be stiffing 0f the arteries.
Normal reading of blood pressure is 120/80mm Hg.
The difference between the Systolic (top) and Diastolic Blood Pressure (bottom) is known as Pulse Pressure. The ideal Pulse Pressure is 40mm Hg. When it exceeds 40 mm Hg, consider it a warning. When it exceeds beyond 60 consider it an emergency. This is not a warning, it is a threat, a heart attack is on the way. Call it High Pulse Pressure.
A High Pulse Pressure is a danger signal, irrespective of the two readings. By itself a systolic reading of 130 may not be too high, but couple it with a diastolic reading of say, 60 and you have a perfect picture of an impending stroke.
Conversely, if the readings are 200/160, the pulse pressure is 40 and hence a lessor danger. If no cause can be assigned, it is probably a case of Essential Hypertension. Precisely, as the name suggests, it is essential for a person to live.
Diabetes and Pulse Pressure . In diabetic patients, a High Pulse Pressure may develop irrespective of the age of the person, irrespective of the two readings of the Blood Pressure. Example, Readings of 120/40 means danger.
Old Age and Pulse Pressure . As man advances in age, hardening and constriction of the arteries is inevitable. Consequently, the systolic reading increases and the diastolic reading decreases. This snowballs into a High Pulse Pressure, multiplying the risk of a stroke.
When combating the disease it is far better to try to reduce the Systolic reading than to increase the Diastolic.

Causes of High Pulse Pressure
Anemia
Anxiety
Diabetes
Heart Blockage
Hyperthyroidism
Atherosclerosis
Stiffening of the Arteries

If not treated properly, High Pulse Pressure may cause
Sudden Death
Heart Attack

Note : If your blood pressure exceeds 160/100 mm Hg, it is an emergency alarm. Lie down, even if you are on the road and call an ambulance.

Body Part(s)

Arteries
Heart
Nerves
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Materia Medica for High Pulse Pressure

High Blood Pressure General

The secret lies in supplementing the diet with herbs and minerals that reduce plaque from the arteries and makes them supple. Do not wait for the Blood Pressure readings to prove that your arteries are hardening. If your outer skin is hardening, like callouses on the hands and cracked heels, start taking Magnesium in any form.. How to complete your Magnesium deficiency ? Look up Magnesium or Magnesium Chloride in Herbs on this site.
High intake of sodium and low intake of Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium is known to elevate Blood Pressure. To keep your blood pressure balanced start eating food rich in calcium, potassium, magnesium and reduce the intake of sodium rich foods. Some other things one can do to help himself are to Exercise, Lose weight, Reduce Carbohydrates, Increase intake of Folic Acid, Magnesium, Vitamin D.
Herbs that help in reducing the Blood Pressure are as follows.
1. Green Tea: Green Tea has incredible effects in curing High Blood Pressure. It reduces the cholesterol levels and good for obesity too. It enhances the Heart functioning and prevent the development of Heart Diseases. If your Blood Pressure is very High like 200/160, Drinking two cups of Green tea will bring your blood pressure down to 120/80. If your blood pressure 175/115, drinking one cup of Green Tea will lower your Blood Pressure to normal that is 120/80.
2. Arjuna : It is well known for High Blood Pressure. It provides strength to the Heart muscles that enhances the Heart functioning. Arjuna contains a nutrient known as Coenzyme Q-10, which helps in reducing the both Systolic and Diastolic Readings. If the Blood Pressure is 147/90, it will reduce the Systolic Pressure to 120 and Diastolic Pressure to 80, which is the normal Readings. Use it for at least six months on regular basis to get better results.
3. Psyllium Husk : If you take Psyllium Husk with warm water in the morning, it will help you out to reduce the levels of Blood Pressure and Cholesterol also. If the Systolic Pressure is 130 and Diastolic Pressure is 82, it will reduce the Systolic Reading to 122 and Diastolic to 80.
4. Garlic : Have garlic cloves daily will reduce the blood pressure. It prevent the deposition of plaque on the inner walls of the Arteries. It reduces the Triglyceride level and LDL Cholesterol. It reduces the risk of Cardiovascular diseases.
5. Stevia : It shows good effects on High Blood Pressure. If the Systolic Blood Pressure is High up to 135 and Diastolic is high up to 90, it will reduce the systolic and Diastolic to the normal levels.
6. Orange Juice is rich in Potassium, which helps in reducing the Blood Pressure.
7. Vitamin D : Vitamin D has an ability to reduce the Systolic Pressure and Pulse Pressure. It may reduce the Systolic Pressure about 5%.
8. Commiphora Mukul ( Guggul ) : Regular intake of Commiphora Mukul reduces the levels of triglycerides and Cholesterol too. It balances the levels and bring the cholesterol levels to normal.
9. Ginger : It has Antiinflammatory and Antioxidant properties. It reduces the levels of cholesterol and decreases the risk of High Blood Pressure.
10. Regular Exercise : In today's world, people are so busy that they do not get time for physical workout. They have ruined their own lifestyle to this extent that diseases like Heart Problems, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Cancer are quite common at younger ages. Regular Exercise and Yoga are helpful in increasing body's ability to fight against diseases. It lowers the level of High Cholesterol and Triglycerides.
11. Cayenne Pepper : It is rich in fiber and vitamin C. It enhances the poor blood circulation and prevents the formation of clots in the blood vessels. It lowers the levels of Triglycerides and Cholesterol and reduces the risk of Cardiac Disease.
12. Shiitake : It reduces the levels of Bad Cholesterol and Triglycerides.
13. Black Pepper and Flax seeds are good in reducing Cholesterol.
Food rich in soluble fiber are good to increase the levels of HDL in the body. The food rich in soluble fibers are Kidney Beans, Rice Bran, Oatmeal, Apples, Prunes, Barley and Pears.
The nuts like Almonds, Walnuts, Pistachios, Hazelnuts, Avocado and Oils like Fish Oil and Olive Oil are a good example that increase the HDL levels in the body.
Food like cottage cheese and meat contain high amount of LDL. A part from eating a healthy diet, Yoga and daily exercise helps to get rid from high level of LDL.
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