The most usual issues that cause hypotension are dehydration, large and high in calories meals, serious infections, heart attack or HF. What’s more you will feel dizzy, lose focus easily, experience nausea and blurry vision.
Here is what you can do to normalize hypotension:
-Consume a lot of water. Dehydration is a common cause for hypotension. Drink at least one glass of water every hour. In this way your organism will be hydrated and your pressure normalized.
-Stay in a flexed position and your blood pressure will normalize.
-When you work out avoid sudden stops in the middle of some activity because it can lower your blood pressure.
-Avoid alcohol and instead drink fresh natural fruit juices. You can also consume beverages that contain no alcohol and are healthy.
– Consuming salt is also helpful. Consume more salt than you usually do in order to increase your blood pressure.
-When you sleep or rest use two pillows in order to lift your head a bit.
-Exercise on a regular basis. Stretch and do various exercises in order to be healthy and increase the low blood pressure. Also, you can pump your fists or stomach to benefit the blood pressure.
-If you consume large dishes your blood goes to your metabolism thus leaving the other organs with poor blood flow. Practice smaller dishes in order to ease the function of the blood flow.
– It is very helpful if you walk after eating. In that way you can control your low blood pressure.
-Ginseng root is very beneficial for boosting hypotension.
– Leave ten raisins soak in a container with water during the night. Then, chew one raisin for thirty times and then eat it. Do this with all ten raisins. Repeat this treatment each morning for 30 days.
– Soak five almonds in some water during the night. Then, smash the almonds and make a thick paste and add one cup of milk. Afterwards, heat the mixture until it boils. Consume the mixture warm.
Note: In case you are allergic to any of the previous ingredients please don’t use it. Be careful when practicing the tips given in this article. The reader takes responsibility of its actions not the writer.