How I Lowered My Dad’s Blood Pressure In Just A Few days – NO Drugs or Diets.
5 Best Foods For Lowering Your Blood Pressure, Naturally
Or you can watch this video about the worst food that increase blood pressure:
🌡 Never Sit Like This Because It’ll Increase Your Blood Pressure
Did you know that the #1 way most people around the world sit, is by crossing their legs. Both men and women do it, but more women do so, especially in the US
Now, sitting like this looks proper and can be sexy as well.
However, multiple research studies have shown that by crossing your legs increases your blood pressure.1
This is because when you put one knee over the other, it sends blood from the leg up to the chest … resulting in a larger quantity of blood being pumped out of the heart.
This extra “stress” increases your blood pressure.
Additionally, crossing your legs causes reduced blood flow and circulation because the blood vessels are constricted, which again results in more work for your heart and higher blood pressure.
In fact, this can even lead to blood clots and thus, a heart attack or stroke.
So avoid crossing your legs, especially for more than 10 min. And make sure you get up and walk around every 30 minutes or so.
That’s it for today’s 1 min health tip.
Now, if you want to quickly improve your blood pressure naturally and get off any blood pressure drugs, then make sure you click the links below in the description area.
One link reveals how I lowered my dad’s blood pressure in just a few days – without any drugs or diet changes. And you can use the same formula for yourself.
And I also have a bonus video about the 5 best foods for lowering your blood pressure.
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