Wednesday, June 19, 2019

High Blood Pressure Silent Killer

High Blood Pressure Silent Killer


High Blood Pressure Silent Killer


Public health conscious Eating according to nutrition principles Avoid spicy food. Especially the salty taste usefully exercises have enough rest No Smoking Drinks with alcohol and various kinds of narcotics Including checking blood pressure regularly for good health and reduce risk factors for high blood pressure.

High blood pressure silent killer:

High blood pressure is a major cause of death for premature death worldwide. And is a more serious problem Which hypertension usually does not have clear warning signs or symptoms So often being called "The silent killer" Many patients have this disease without knowing it before. If not properly maintained, it will cause complications. Especially coronary artery disease, causing myocardial ischemia, heart attack and heart failure Chronic renal failure Cerebral artery stenosis or paralysis caused paralysis followed until death.

In general, symptoms are shown only when entering the final stage with complications such as headache, dizziness, blurred vision, fatigue, fatigue, insomnia, irregular heartbeat. For the risk factors that cause high blood pressure, there are 2 types:

  1. Risk factors that are unavoidable, such as inheritance, age, increase Have parents, brothers and sisters have high blood pressure.
  2. Risk factors that can be avoided, such as eating salty foods High blood fat, diabetes, lack of exercise Fat or weight gain Chronic stress, smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, so if found to have high blood pressure, should be treated continuously. Because this disease is a chronic disease that cannot be cured but can be controlled to normal levels and have a good quality of life. 

How to lower blood pressure:

How to reduce blood pressure simply by adjusting the lifestyle habits to be appropriate, such as

  • Reduce salty food.
  • Avoid eating MSG or seasoning powder, snack foods, fermented salt, pickled, canned food.
  • Increase eating vegetables Especially local vegetables such as garlic, celery, green leafy vegetables.
  • Add eating unsweetened fruits such as guava, papaya, apple, barrow.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Enough rest 6-8 hours a day.
  • No smoking or avoid getting cigarette smoke.
  • No alcoholic drinks.
  • Relax stress, anxiety.
  • Drink enough water.
  • Doing relaxing activities such as listening to music, watering plants, reading books.
  • Control body weight appropriately.
  • Regularly measure blood pressure levels.
  • Receive annual health checks to keep the body healthy and healthy.


However, if abnormal symptoms are found, should seek medical attention for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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