Blood pressure above 140/90 in the official medicine is considered high. The state of human performance in these doctors call hypertension.
Factors that encourage its development, many, but among them there are prevalent, occurring more frequently than others.
Knowing, from which the pressure rises, it is necessary to just prevent or eliminate the possibility of these reasons.
Stresses are one of the leadingfactors of high blood pressure. When the negative emotional experiences, stress, fear, anxiety unique body systems produce emissions of biologically active substances that help to cope with the situation or the circumstances (here we have to say, first of all, about the distractions). It is about adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine, and others. These substances will inevitably increase the level of blood pressure. When it comes to hypertension, stress can be attributed to lack of sleep and too chaotic regime of the day.
Over the years, the arteries characterized by the loss of naturalflexibility and elasticity. As a result, the lumen of blood vessels decreases, which inevitably leads to disturbances in blood flow. Blood has to overcome tremendous resistance, which leads eventually to hypertension.
I do not mean a couple of extra kilos,and overweight in step "Obesity" or very close to this phase. Excess weight puts strain on the entire body. Particularly affected are the heart and blood vessels. "Flaming engine" has to pass through a much larger volume of blood while she gets into the vessels at a higher pressure than people with normal weight. In addition, almost 95% of cases, this phenomenon is accompanied by hypercholesterolemia - an increase in the level of cholesterol in the blood, at times increases the risk of atherosclerosis. Reduction in body weight of only 1 kg (obesity) can reduce pressure by 1 mmHg
The human body needs not less motion,than oxygen. His lack of provoking disturbances in the work of many organs and systems. The heart is weakened, reducing it become sluggish, blood vessels lose their elasticity (after regular training, leading to the entry of oxygen, no). Furthermore, the metabolism, which in turn leads to a rapid weight gain, and no timely measures to obesity. As you can imagine, all of this together will inevitably triggers an interconnected chain of interconnected processes that give rise to the development of hypertension.
Smoking. Nicotine enters the body, constricts blood vessels, has a negative impact on the adrenal glands, which, in turn, secrete adrenaline, causing the heart to beat faster (ie, creates an increased load on the heart conditions that the vasoconstriction is very dangerous). In smokers a 15% decrease in the oxygen content of the blood.
Alcohol. Abuse of alcohol-containing beverages provokes increased sensitivity to stress, reduces resilience. In addition, alcohol is quite high in calories, so excessive consumption of it may lead to obesity.
Strong non-alcoholic drinks containing caffeine. These include, above all, strong black tea and strong organic coffee, as well as popular power today. From the past to people who are prone to high blood pressure, is to give all, and coffee and tea brewing is not very strong, and add cream or milk. If you do not imagine their life without real coffee, drink no more than 200 ml of invigorating drink a day (two cups).
Unlimited consumption of salt
If you - a fan of salty, but sufferhigh blood pressure, you will have to reconsider the amount of salt consumed by you during the day. The fact that a large amount of salts leads to increased sodium levels in the body, which contributes to arrest fluid therein. This leads to edema, palpitations, blood flow and as a result of uneven - to hypertension.
The daily rate of salt for a healthy person is between 4 to 15 grams. Patients with hypertension, doctors recommend to reduce this number to 1-2 grams.