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Key to a Healthy Heart is Blood Pressure


blood pressureCompare the heart to a pump and the arteries and blood vessels to a network of pipes that carry blood from the heart throughout the body. Blood pressure is the force exerted against the artery walls as blood is being pumped through the circulatory system.  If the arteries narrow due to clogging the pressure goes up.  If the arteries become inflexible or harden and thicken the pressure goes up.

Maintaining healthy blood pressure is a very serious issue.  It is one of the most overlooked cardiovascular health risk factors.  High Blood Pressure is called the “silent killer” because it can sneak into your life at any age and do significant damage without obvious symptoms.

If blood pressure is not properly managed the risk of stroke by 800% and heart attack increase by 300%!  In addition, elevated blood pressure can:

  • Cause arteries to become hardened and lose their elasticity

  • Make the heart work harder than necessary

  • Contribute to heart, kidney, and eye disease

  • Mimic other conditions, leading to misdiagnosis and improper treatment


What Can I Do for Optimal Blood Pressure

1. Know and understand your own blood pressure numbers

A blood pressure reading gives two numbers. The top number (called the systolic pressure) is the pressure in the arteries when the heart contracts. The bottom number (diastolic pressure) is the arterial pressure when the heart relaxes between beats. Normal blood pressure is now defined as readings below 120 mm Hg systolic and 80 mm Hg diastolic (120/80). Slightly higher pressures—readings over 120/80 and up to 139/89—are now considered “pre-hypertension.” This emphasizes the fact that artery damage can begin with blood pressure that’s even slightly elevated. And full-blown hypertension is diagnosed with blood pressure readings of 140/90 or over.  So…. Check your blood pressure daily. (www.nhlbi.nih.gov)

2. Keep your heart muscle strong, your blood vessels flexible so they easily contract and dilate to move the blood and your arteries as smooth as possible.

Supplement with Wisdom

L Arginine seems to be a supplement that helps the body maintain flexible arteries, stops arteries from clogging and generally increases blood flow.  5 GRAMS per day of an arginine powder seems to be the general dosage that some are suggesting as optimum.

Make sure your D3 Levels are in the optimum range.  (www.maxxAlive.com)

Targeted nutritionals containing L arginine, Vitamin D3 and powerful antioxidants are the solution.

(circ.ahajournals.org/content/93/12/2135.full)    

3. Make important lifestyle changes

Eat 40/30/30 - read the book The Formula and learn how (helpforhormones.com/health_books)

Exercise regularly, doing things that you enjoy.  Do not let your exercise become another stressor.

These all take dedication, but the effort and the result of healthy Blood Pressure is well worth it!
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