High blood pressure for an extended period of time leads to two negative developments in the body
– The blood vessels get hardened to compensate for the extra pressure against their walls
– The heart must work overtime to circulate blood through the body
These two super critical things might lead to many problems in the body such as
• Kidney disease or even kidney failure
• Retinopathy or even vision loss
• Sexual dysfunction
• Myocardial infarction or heart attack
And, in addition, hypertension has no cure, only treatment. But the good thing is that there are several things that a person can do to lower blood pressure, and we talk about that in this video too.
So, stay strong, stay healthy and have normal blood pressure!
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The mission of the Practical Health channel is to share scientific knowledge and personal experience related to a healthy lifestyle. So, everyone will live a healthy and productive life!
In this channel, Andrey Titov, PhD shares his personal experience and provides practical steps on health and performance optimization. The key focus is to use a data-driven approach (a lot of actual body tests) in optimizing the 4 key pillars of wellbeing
• Nutrition/ diet – calorie balance, healthy food, controlling appetite
• Exercise/ sport – weekly schedule
• Sleep – getting asleep and waking up fast, having a great night sleep
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