Articles for topic: blood pressure
Menopause and high blood pressure seem to go together, so I asked nutritionist Patrick Holford for some natural ways to reduce it.
Some common menopause symptoms may not be all they seem and can be misdiagnosed.
If your blood pressure is high, your doctor may prescribe medication but the lifestyle decisions you make each day play a key role too.
High blood pressure can certainly be helped by dietary changes, but exercise can also make a difference.
High blood pressure is a health concern, so here are some simple steps to keep in manageable.
Stress and anxiety can raise your blood pressure but do you know the warning signs?
A healthy diet helps reduce weight, and reduce your risk for high blood pressure and associated conditions.
Menopause is a known risk for increased heart risk, but new research shows it can be an issue younger than you think.
Hypertension is very common at menopause, generally related to increased weight. It is not to be taken lightly.
Menopause and high blood pressure often seem to go together, due to the increased weight that can occur at this time.