Exercising and Lowering Blood Pressure

One very important part of retaining/reclaiming your highest fitness level is to adequately manage
your blood pressure on a daily basis.  Taking drugs often has a deleterious effect on various organs in your body and in the long run may not be advisable.

High blood pressure is known as the silent killer.  This means that side effects may not be as prevalent.  Damage may have lasted for quite some time before
it is discovered (damage may have done to bodies' organs).  Therefore it is
imperative that blood pressure checks be done.

People have long attempted to use exercise to avoid taking drugs for the hypertension problem. Unfortunately many have used the wrong exercises as some increases blood pressure.  Also you must understand that blood pressure actually goes up when you are actually doing exercises.

We all know the name high blood pressure(hypertension) but few of us know what it means.  In simple terms, it means that the pressure to which your arteries pump blood from your heart to the rest of your organs and throughout your body is to great.  There are a number of reasons blood pressure problems occur.  Some or innate, inheriting this problem from birth.

Other reasons are quite obvious:
  -Age:  Blood pressure naturally goes up as we age, but we can amplify the risks with a poor diet, excessive drinking and smoking.

 -Excessive Sodium:  This is a well known cause, excessive table salt is definitely not good for you.

-Overweight:  May be caused by bad eating habits.

-Many Other Reasons Including:  Smoking,  excessive drinking etc.

Always remember that the natural tendency of the body is to heal itself.  Exercise doesn't actually
lower blood pressure.  What it does is make your body stronger, in better condition to cure itself.  Exercise will make the heart muscle stronger, which will make it less stressful in pumping blood through the body.

To name a few problems that are caused by high blood pressure are:

- stroke
- heart attack
- kidney failure
- impotence

Symptoms of High Blood Pressure may include headaches, nosebleeds and shortness of breath.  These may occur once the problem has become severe.

Bringing your blood pressure below 120/80 eliminates any need for blood pressure medications – so you’ll never have to suffer the horrendous side effects again.


Every single brand of blood pressure drug creates serious side effects. The sad fact is, so do herbal medications. And the cost of buying pills these days is horrendous.

The Solution Is Simple!

Try these easy exercises now and naturally drop your blood pressure as soon as today.

There are NO side effects and NO extra medical costs.

It doesn't take a long time to do these exercises.  You must get up and move.  Any little bit helps
and you may be saving your life.

To learn more and test the exercises for yourself, click the link below.

*I have not been compensated but will be if the advertised product is purchased, as I am an affiliate of  Blue Heron Health.



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