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Articles tagged with: hypertension

 

 

Surprising Things That Raise Your Blood Pressure

The basics we all know about: stress, too much salt, anxiety and anger. But there is more to the picture than this.

 

How Your Diet Can Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

At menopause high blood pressure becomes more common, for a variety of reasons, but your diet plays a part in reducing it.

 

How Your Diet Can Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

At menopause high blood pressure becomes more common, for a variety of reasons, but your diet plays a part in reducing it.

 

Foods That Can Help Lower Blood Pressure  

The DASH diet has long been recommended for heart health and weight loss, but did you realise it could help with hypertension too?

 

Simple Tips To Reduce High Blood Pressure At Menopause

High blood pressure is common during menopause. Naturally reducing it will help with weight loss and lower your risk for diabetes, strokes and heart disease.

 

The Two ‘B”s That Can Help Lower Your Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is common at menopause, along with weight gain. Tackling oestrogen dominance will certainly help as will adding these two ‘B’s’ to your daily diet.

 

3 Ways To Reduce High Blood Pressure

If you are concerned about having high blood pressure then it may time to take a look at how you can reduce your risk factors with some natural help.

 

Simple Tips To Reduce High Blood Pressure At Menopause

High blood pressure is common during menopause and naturally reducing it will help with weight loss and lowering your risk for diabetes, strokes and heart disease.

 

5 Ways To Lower Blood Pressure

Many women find at menopause that their blood pressure creeps up. It may be added weight, less exercise or thyroid problems but your health will benefit by helping reduce it naturally.

 

Simple Tips To Reduce High Blood Pressure At Menopause

Hormone balance at menopause helps with weight loss and reducing your risk for diabetes, strokes and heart disease.