While exercise may not work for everyone you
can easily lower your blood pressure by around ten millimeters. With
proper diet and walking thirty minutes a day. Thirty minutes can be
hard to do for some people, mainly because they can't find the time.
If this is something you have to deal with, you can do small sessions
of exercise. You need to control your blood pressure. You can lose
weight or maintain your desired weight which also affects your blood
Overweight people are prone to having
high blood pressure and an increased risk of stroke or kidney or heart
diseases. You could exercise for ten minutes at a time throughout the
day. At the end of the day you will have done thirty minutes.
With any exercise routine, you should talk with your doctor first.
Smoking increases blood pressure as well and makes it hard for you to
exercise. If you are over weight it has an effect on everything and
you definitely want to consult your doctor before starting an exercise
The average heart rate for a healthy human
being runs between seventy and seventy five beats per minute. The
higher the heart rate is, the higher the blood pressure. Another
physical factor related to blood pressure is the blood volume of the
body. The more blood there is in the body, the higher the rate of
blood return to the heart and the higher the blood pressure.
Having a chronic health condition or
high cholesterol and even high blood pressure can put you at risk when
exercising. Taking short walks and eating fruits and taking some
healthy form of Omega three will help reduce your blood pressure.
Fatty acids are responsible for the
smoothness of blood vessels, because the more that is deposited on the
walls, the less resistance there is. Viscosity, on the other hand, is
the thickness of the blood flowing through the body. You need to
increase your heart rate slowly which is a factor in your blood
pressure with proper diet and exercise you will be able to lower your
There are a few other risk factors that can
be modified and some that cannot be. The following are some risks:
, Abnormal Cholesterol
and being overweight.
Unfortunately anyone can get high blood
pressure but it is more common among African Americans. Nearly one in
three American adults has high blood pressure. Even so with treatment
you can help lower your blood pressure and feel better.