Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is the amount of force your blood uses to get through your arteries. When your heart pumps, it uses force to push blood out to your arteries, to reach the tissues and cells. Every second adult is a victim of HBP and is the cause of 10 million deaths a year globally, 60 percent of all strokes and half of all heart diseases.

Factors contributing to HBP:

Older age:
Blood vessels gradually lose elasticity over time, contributing to an increased risk of HBP.

Family history:
A family history of high blood pressure raises the risk, as the condition tends to be hereditary.

Increased body weight requires more blood to supply oxygen and nutrients, potentially leading to elevated blood pressure.

Lack of physical activity:
Inactivity is linked to higher blood pressure levels; regular exercise promotes cardiovascular health.

Tobacco use:
Smoking or chewing tobacco temporarily raises blood pressure due to nicotine effects. Additionally, chemicals in tobacco can damage artery walls, narrowing them and increasing blood pressure.

Dietary choices:
Dietary habits play a crucial role. Excessive sodium intake can lead to fluid retention, elevating blood pressure. Conversely, insufficient potassium may disrupt the sodium balance, contributing to increased blood pressure.

Intense stress can result in a temporary spike in blood pressure. Effective stress management is essential for overall cardiovascular health.

Chronic conditions:
Conditions such as kidney disease, sleep apnea, or diabetes can adversely affect blood pressure regulation.

Birth control Pills:
Women taking birth control pills face an increased risk of developing high blood pressure.

High blood pressure, often asymptomatic initially, poses significant health risks if untreated. Complications include blindness, kidney disease, leg pain, heart attack, stroke, and problems during pregnancy.

Common symptoms of high BP

It’s imperative to be aware of common symptoms associated with high blood pressure:

  1. Headaches (especially at the back of the head in the morning)
  2. Fatigue and confusion
  3. Lightheadedness, vertigo, and tinnitus
  4. Altered vision or fainting session

Role of LMNT Sanjeevani in HBP Management:

Constant stress overstimulates the sympathetic nervous system, which does not allow the body to perform the rest and digest functions. LMNT Sanjeevani treatment helps stimulate the Vagus nerve to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, facilitating the production of Secretin and CCK hormones to help digest the fat and proteins in the food.

Renal Hypertension:
Renal hypertension (or renovascular hypertension) is high blood pressure caused by the narrowing of your arteries that carry blood to the kidneys. Because the kidneys are not getting enough blood, they react by making a hormone that makes the blood pressure rise. LMNT Sanjeevani therapy improves blood supply to the kidneys, addressing hypertension caused by renal artery narrowing.

High Cholesterol:
When the body is unable to efficiently remove cholesterol from the bloodstream, it accumulates along artery walls, causing stiffness and narrowing. This forces the heart to work harder, elevating blood pressure. LMNT Sanjeevani treatments enhance liver and gallbladder function to address cholesterol issues, aiming to restore balance and promote a healthier cardiovascular system, ultimately mitigating factors leading to elevated blood pressure.

Digestive issues:
Hypertension links to heightened sympathetic nerve activity, increasing gut permeability. A compromised gut enables toxins to enter the bloodstream, potentially leading to inflammation and cardiovascular risks. LMNT Sanjeevani treatments restore the balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve activities, reducing systemic inflammation and aiding toxin filtration.

Vasoconstriction due to Excess Calcium:
Calcium supplements elevate circulating calcium, posing cardiovascular risks by increasing muscle tone and vascular resistance, leading to elevated blood pressure. LMNT Sanjeevani treatments aid in decalcification, regulating parathyroid gland activity to enhance blood circulation by resolving blockages.



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