Blood pressure or hypertension is a severe health problem that generally develops over time. Stress, worry, and exercise, however, can lead to a substantial increase of blood pressure. However, a diet high in salt, fat or cholesterol is common elements leading to high blood pressure.
Fortunately, you can lower high blood pressure levels naturally by maintaining good lifestyle habits, while avoiding smoking and staying active. In fact, it is particularly helpful to control high blood pressure during short walks or even a little sun exposure.
If you have increased blood pressure, you should proceed in the following steps:
It is critical to relax the muscles that help normalize the blood when experiencing hypertension. Below is a picture showing the line between point 1 and point 2 from the rear of your earpiece to the collarbone. A mild massage should be performed with careful pressure on each side for one minute.
The path 1 to 2:
You can see a line from point 1 to point 2 in the picture. Now pat this region carefully, and proceed slowly from point 1 to point 2 with all your fingers tips. Be careful not to compress the line, try to massage it, or rub it aggressively. Repeat this about 10 instances on both sides of the neck.
Point 2: This second point can be found near the collarbone. This point you want to massage for 1 minute on per side with your fingertips. Don't be scared to pressure this spot any further, but don't push yourself as hard as you can.
Regardless of your age, your blood pressure should be in your health once you complete this treatment. Practice these simple, yet very powerful treatment whenever you notice that your blood pressure is high.
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