What is Blood Pressure?
Our heart pumps body fluids and circulates it in our body to give required oxygen and energy to each and every organ of our body. About 25% of people with Type 1 diabetes and 80% of people with Type 2 diabetes have high blood pressure. Blood pressure is the measure of systemic circulation force of body fluids in the arteries. Blood pressure is mainly explained in terms of systolic pressure and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure is the maximum pressure in arteries during the heartbeat, whereas diastolic pressure is the minimum pressure in arteries between two heartbeats. Blood pressure is classified into two types namely high Blood Pressure and low Blood Pressure. High Blood Pressure is also called as hypertension. Normal Blood Pressure range in adults is 120/80 mmHg. When the systolic pressure is above 140 and diastolic pressure is more than 90 (140/90) then it is treated as high Blood Pressure. When the systolic pressure is less than 90 and diastolic pressure is less than 60 (90/60) then it is treated as low Blood Pressure. Low Blood Pressure is also called as hypertension.
High Blood Pressure Effects on body
Though hypertension is not a life-threatening disease but checking Blood Pressure regularly is very important. It is essential to control Blood Pressure by following Blood Pressure control tips and treatment, if left untreated in long run high Blood Pressure or hypertension can lead to several health problems like
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Heart failure
- Aneurysm (enlargement of arteries)
- Kidney problems
- Eye disorders
- Memory disorders ex: Alzheimer’s
- Low libido and erectile dysfunction
- Metabolic disturbances
People who suffer from high Blood Pressure may face malignant hypertension, which is a serious condition which can develop quickly and cause organ damage like heart, kidney, eyes, brain and so on. Malignant hypertension is an emergency condition and it needs to be treated.
Signs of high Blood Pressure?
Most of the people with hypertension or high Blood Pressure may not have severe signs and symptoms. As it does not have any early signs and symptoms hypertension is also called as “silent killer”. Most of the people come to know about hypertension during their regular health check up’s. Few signs and symptoms some people with high Blood Pressure may notice include
- Continuous headache
- Abnormal heart rate
- Vision disorders
People who have malignant hypertension i.e. very high Blood Pressure faces symptoms like a severe headache and blurred vision.
Overcome tips for Blood Pressure in body
Homeopathy treatment for high Blood Pressure is very effective in managing the pressure. Homeopathic remedies for high Blood Pressure are made of natural substances extracted from plants, vegetables and other natural minerals. These homeopathic remedies are safe and have no side effects. Professional homeopath also provides few homeopathy health tips for high Blood Pressure for a quick recovery. These health tips for Blood Pressure are safe and are suitable for all age groups. Few Blood Pressure prevention tips include reducing intake of salt, controlling stress, getting adequate sleep, regular physical exercises and so on. Several benefits of Blood Pressure control include eliminating cardiovascular diseases, protecting kidney, eyes and so on. Homeopathy treatment not just focuses on treating high Blood Pressure problems but also aims to treat overall wellbeing of individuals.