Each time the heart beats, the heart pumps blood throughout the body. Blood pressure is created by the force of blood against the inner walls of blood vessels as the heart pumps blood throughout the body.
Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). Blood pressure is determined by two indicators, usually written as a ratio. The first index (also called the upper index) is the 'systolic' blood pressure - the highest blood pressure level in a blood vessel, which occurs when the heart contracts. The second index (also known as the lower number) is diastolic pressure - the lowest blood pressure level in the blood vessels and occurs between contractions when the heart muscle relaxes.
Normal adult blood pressure is defined as having systolic blood pressure of 120 mm Hg and diastolic blood pressure of 80 mm Hg. However, the cardiovascular status is also guaranteed at lower systolic blood pressure (105 mm Hg) and lower diastolic blood pressure (60 mm Hg). Hypertension is defined as having systolic blood pressure of 140 mm Hg or more and / or diastolic blood pressure of 90 mm Hg or more. Normal systolic and diastolic blood pressure levels are particularly important for the efficient functioning of vital organs such as the heart, brain and kidneys, and for the general health and well-being of People therefore pay close attention to patients with high blood pressure.
It is wrong to assume that people with high blood pressure will have symptoms. In fact, most people with hypertension have no symptoms at all and may not even know it. Sometimes hypertension can cause symptoms such as headaches, shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pain, palpitations or nosebleeds. If people do not pay attention to measure blood pressure, because if there is an abnormal blood pressure, there will be warning symptoms, then it can be dangerous because hypertension is a 'silent killer'. Anyone should know their blood pressure readings.
The main factors that contribute to hypertension and its consequences are illustrated below.
CEvil methods of treating high blood pressure by Western and Eastern medicine
Cures without resorting to medication: Lose weight if you're fat, eat a low-salt and low-fat food, quit smoking, drink less alcohol, exercise regularly. Each person has an ideal weight compared to his height and physique. If a person with high blood pressure is above the ideal weight, the doctor often advises the person to find a way to sign by diet and exercise.
Need to bring blood pressure below 140/90 (in people with diabetes, renal failure, should be less than 130/80), with a cheap drug, without causing side effects (side effects), use only once a day for convenience.
Western medicine for high blood pressure has 8 types: Diuretics, ACE inhibitors, Angiotensin II receptor blockers, Calcium channel blockers, Beta blockers, Alpha blockers, Direct vasodilators, Centrally acting agents, acting on different mechanisms, prices also very different.
Any drug has its advantages and disadvantages, along with its side effects. In most cases of hypertension, experts recommend that you try Diuretics (diuretics) first, because this drug is quite effective and affordable. However, in today's medicine, there are many foods that help regulate blood pressure without causing any side effects, of which the most effective in treating high blood pressure is pure reishi mushroom or tablets extracted from Vietnamese Red Lingzhi.
Dr. Nguyen Van Hieu, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Agriculture and Forestry, Director of Linh Chi Nong Lam Project (www.linhchinonglam.com) said the use of Ganoderma in regulating blood pressure and treating curing a number of other diseases, he said:
“The unique structure of Ganoderma is the composition of all kinds of trace minerals (119 substances), of which some minerals such as organic Germanium, vanadium, chromium… polysaccharides and triterpenoids… have been confirmed. are important factors for strengthening the immune system, helping to stabilize blood pressure as well as supporting the effective treatment of arthritis, liver disease and supporting cancer treatment.
Dr. Hieu recommends reishi mushroom as a daily drink to help regulate blood pressure very effectively.
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