Are you worried about your high blood pressure? Sometimes,

negligence and ignorance can pay a heavy price. Here, I have

compiled a few simple tips for you to bring your seething blood

pressure down. 

1. Relax. It is one of the mantras for a healthy living. Meditation

and yoga can bring inner peace and control anger and rush of


2. Exercise can control your shooting blood pressure. If you are

not used to used to exercise then try walking for half and hour and

yoga. But, at any cost, regular physical activity is a must. It

helps blood circulation and your cardiovascular capacity. 

3. Watch your sodium and salt intake. For this, eat home made foods,

unsalted nuts, avoid instant soups and read labels of ready made

foods. Also eat fresh food as far as possible.

4. Quite alcohol intake and quit smoking.

5. Drink water up to 3-4 litres. Excess sodium in your body will be

flushed out with increased water intake.

6. Eat avacadoes, bananas, oranges, dried apricots, prunes and

raisins, nuts like pistachios, seeds of pumpkin, sunflower, squash

and flax. Include dried herbs like tulsi, parsley, coriander

leaves, spinach and the like in to your diet as they are rich in

potassium. Poultry, eggs and meat also contain potassium.

7. Calcium may help to regulate blood pressure. Get 1000 mg of

calcium if you are between 19-50 years old and 1200 mg if you are

above 50. 

8. Magnesium deficiency is often seen in hypertensive patients.

Hence eat green leafy vegetables, whole grains and dry peas and


9. Omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil is yet another remedy to


10. Garlic sulphides manage your cholesterol and also help to

regulate blood pressure.

11. Have sugar free dark chocolate as it is a clinically proven

blood pressure regulator.

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