High blood pressure or high blood pressure symptoms include headache, vision loss and breathlessness. They often arise when the condition becomes more difficult, which means that many people live with the state without realizing. Public Health England explains that for every 10 people diagnosed with the condition, another seven are unaware that they have it.
Blood Pressure UK says that high blood pressure is defined as the pressure your heart hits over 140mmHg, and the pressure your blood reaches when your Heart relaxes between beats is 90mmHg.
Eating these summer fever can help lower your blood pressure.
Strawberries, Blueberry and Raspberry
When British strawberries begin to pick up the shelves from today, taking a cardboard can help you lower your blood pressure.
This is because berries are rich in the natural compound flavonoid, which can cause some blood vessel walls to relax, making blood flow easier.
These are an excellent choice for controlling blood pressure.
This is because they are full of potassium, which is an important mineral to help your kidneys to filter out the bloodstream and lower blood pressure.
For high blood pressure patients, this is often disturbed because high levels in the diet mean that the kidneys can not function, according to Blood Pressure UK.
Eating this vegetable should help lower your blood pressure, according to Dr Josh Axe, a clinical nutritionist.
Celery contains the chemicals phthalates, or NBP, which can also relax in the arteries, increase blood flow and reduce blood pressure.
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Add some coriander
For more of this herb, it has been shown to slash blood pressure, according to clinical nutritionist Dr. Josh Axe.
"For people suffering from high blood pressure, consumption of this spice has been shown to reduce blood pressure," he writes on his website.
"It not only helps positively modulate the intestinal activity, but it also has a diuretic effect on the body, which is very useful for people suffering from high blood pressure".
Bald and other leaves green
Boring in some green leaves increases your magnesium levels and helps fight high blood pressure.
A review published in the Hypertension magazine suggested that magnesium could lower blood pressure.
Review of 34 studies involving more than 200 patients, researchers found that people who ate between 240 and 960 mg of magnesium per day had lower blood pressure after three months.
You may want to try other sources of magnesium, such as tablets, dark chocolate and nuts, as you would need to eat almost 1.7 kilograms of green leaves a day to get the same amount of magnesium.
You should also try with other lifestyle changes to treat your high blood pressure, such as exercising more often and avoiding high salt content foods.