Silent Symptoms of Blood Pressure and Prevention

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You may be suffering from high blood pressure but you are not aware of it.

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Every year, May 17 is World Awareness Day to raise awareness about this deadly disease.

In fact, there are no symptoms of high blood pressure that can be detected and it is only discovered when your health begins to suffer.

Blood pressure of 120/80 or less is normal but if it is 140/90 or higher you need treatment and since everyone can suffer from it but certain people are at higher risk.

However, in November last year, the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology issued new guidelines on blood pressure readings, saying that if a person’s blood pressure is higher than 129/79, it will be considered high blood pressure.

That is, if the blood pressure is higher than this number but less than 140/90, it will still be considered as the first stage of blood pressure, as a result of which lifestyle changes such as more exercise and change in diet are also necessary.

At what age should I start getting my blood pressure checked?

According to medical experts, high blood pressure can occur at any age and if you have not had your blood pressure checked for a long time, do so.

The idea that you are still young and safe from high blood pressure can be dangerous.

In fact, in the present age, the rate of high blood pressure in young patients has increased and it should be a habit to get blood pressure checked at least once a year from the age of 18 onwards.

Here are five silent symptoms that can increase the risk of high blood pressure in people.

You are middle-aged or old

According to medical experts, blood pressure can rise at any age, but the risk begins to rise rapidly after 40 years. You can’t turn back the clock, but make sure your blood pressure check-up is normal. A blood pressure monitor at home is now a common tool and should be kept, especially if you turn to doctors. Most of the patients with high blood pressure are unaware of this and do not have to go to the doctors and if they do not do so, the risk of various diseases like heart disease etc. increases.

Also read: 6 Natural Ways to Prevent Blood Pressure

Specific lifestyle

If you spend most of the day sitting, smoking and eating a high-salt diet, you have a much higher risk of high blood pressure. In fact, the above three lifestyles put you at serious risk of high blood pressure. To avoid this, try to adopt 150 minutes of moderate physical activity each week. Even if your job is to be done sitting down, take a brisk walk after a while. Cut down on salt in your diet and try to avoid smoking.

Obese

If you are obese, this is the biggest risk factor for high blood pressure. This is especially true if you have a rash. But the good news is that if you lose even just five kilograms of weight, it lowers your blood pressure level.

Family history of blood pressure

If you have ever had a family history of high blood pressure and it puts you at risk. Medical experts say that if the family has or has ever had high blood pressure, it is important that you start preparing for it in advance and get your check-up done so that it does not become a more serious problem.

Suffering from various diseases

If you have been diagnosed with certain diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease, high cholesterol or thyroid disease, your risk of high blood pressure is doubled. Medications given to treat these diseases can also cause high blood pressure.

The diet is also special for people suffering from this disease, especially salt is avoided, but there is no shortage of foods that also maintain the taste of the mouth and also keep the blood pressure at a naturally balanced level.

It’s also helpful: Silent Diabetes Symptoms and Prevention Measures

Knowing about some of these foods can be very helpful for you.

Banana

Bananas are a natural source of potassium and a deficiency of this mineral has a negative effect on the body, especially on the muscles and heartbeat. Bananas are not only rich in potassium but also have low levels of sodium (salts) which makes it an excellent fruit or food for people suffering from high blood pressure.

Yogurt

Yogurt is rich in calcium, a deficiency of which can increase the risk of high blood pressure. Yogurt also lowers the amount of salts and consuming six ounces three times a day helps in normalizing blood pressure and its taste is pleasing to everyone.

cinnamon

Cinnamon has the potential to play a miraculous role in normalizing blood pressure while at the same time lowering cholesterol levels. This spice can be included in food as well as in sweet dishes and beverages, but adding it to every meal is very beneficial for your health.

Potato

Potatoes are high in potassium and we have already shown that this mineral helps in lowering blood pressure. In addition, potatoes are low in salt, fat free and high in fiber. Which makes it ideal to eat at any time, especially if they are boiled or cooked.

Fish

Fish is an excellent source of protein and vitamin D, both of which help lower blood pressure. In addition, fish contains healthy omega fatty acids that lower blood cholesterol levels. Beneficial element to keep.

Barley porridge

Barley porridge is an ideal and delicious choice for people suffering from high blood pressure. It is rich in dietary fiber which helps in lowering blood pressure and improves the digestive system. It is accompanied by various fresh fruits. You can also use it to enhance the taste in your mouth.

Beans

Bean seeds are also an excellent choice for patients with high blood pressure. These seeds are rich in protein, fiber and potassium and can be prepared by boiling them. Dishes can be prepared which are also medically beneficial.

Spinach

Spinach is a vegetable rich in iron, fiber, vitamins A and C, it is also a good source of calcium which is an important ingredient in a diet that lowers blood pressure. This vegetable can be enjoyed in different ways, ie through stew, salad or pasta etc.

Beetroot

Rich in nitrate oxide, this vegetable dilates blood vessels and lowers blood pressure. Beetroot is very useful for controlling blood pressure, you can use it in different ways like in the form of juice, cooked or eaten raw as you like.

Almonds

Needless to say, the benefits of almonds, rich in protein, fiber and magnesium, are also helpful in preventing high blood pressure. A lack of magnesium in the diet can lead to high blood pressure. Eating a small amount of almonds a day can help maintain a healthy level of blood pressure. For more information you can contact Noor Health Life on WhatsApp number and also email. WhatsApp number +923343207020 Email noormedlife@gmail.com

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