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I need to know what kind of nutrients I need to take as I work out daily for 1 and half hour. It is a com bined workout of playing tennis and doing gym. I am a pure vegetarian. How about PROTINEX powder. Is it safe to use. My height is 5'11" and weight 82 kg. I am 38 years of age.
Hi. My baby is 2 months old. I am giving him breastfeed inspite of that he is hungry. I have done each n every possible way to increase the milk production but nothing could work. Can I give the baby cow's milk. Please suggest.
I hv dull medium complexion but my lips r dark . It highlights nd looks odd . Please suggest any cream or tips or any homeopathy medicine !
My grand is suffering from bone pain. She can not do any job please refer some medicine for here. She is taking pain killer now but when the effect is one she back to the old stage.
Please prefer me a best shampoo and a conditioner against dandruff and hair fall. Also tell how many time I should use in a week?
Hi Doc I am having a real tough cough since last two weeks I have take doctor advice but its still not working so please can you suggest me any good medicine.
What is blood pressure?
Blood is carried from the heart to all parts of the body in blood vessels. Each time the heart beats, it pumps blood into the vessels. Blood pressure is created by the force of blood pushing against the walls of blood vessels (arteries) as it is pumped by the heart.
What is hypertension?
Hypertension, also known as high or raised blood pressure, is a condition in which the blood vessels have persistently raised pressure. The higher the pressure in blood vessels the harder the heart has to work in order to pump blood. If left uncontrolled, hypertension can lead to a heart attack, an enlargement of the heart and eventually heart failure. The pressure in the blood vessels can also cause blood to leak out into the brain. This can cause a stroke. Hypertension can also lead to kidney failure, blindness, rupture of blood vessels and cognitive impairment.
How is blood pressure defined
Blood pressure is measured in millimetres of mercury (mm Hg) and is recorded as two numbers usually written one above the other. The upper number is the systolic blood pressure -the highest pressure in blood vessels and happens when the heart contracts, or beats. The lower number is the diastolic blood pressure -the lowest pressure in blood vessels in between heartbeats when the heart muscle relaxes. Normal adult blood pressure is defined as a systolic blood pressure of 120 mm Hg and a diastolic blood pressure of 80 mm Hg.
Causes of blood pressure
Stress and Unhealthy lifestyles are the main factors causing hypertension.
Consumption of food containing too much salt and fat, and not eating enough fruit and vegetables, harmful levels of alcohol use, physical inactivity and lack of exercise, poor stress management.
Symptoms of blood pressure
Most hypertensive people have no symptoms at all. Sometimes hypertension causes symptoms such as headache, shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pain, palpitations of the heart and nose bleeds. Hypertension is a serious warning sign that significant lifestyle changes are required.
Detection and treatment
Early detection of hypertension can minimise the risk of heart attack, heart failure, stroke and kidney failure.
Digital blood pressure measurement machines enable this to be done outside clinic settings.
For some people, lifestyle changes are not sufficient for control.
Conventional medicines help in managing hypertension.
The holistic approach of case-study in Homoeopathy helps to understand the patient's physical-emotional/mental health thus working upon the whole economy of the patient and just locally on some organs or systems.
It helps in balancing the Nervous system and endocrine response thus, in turn, relaxing the mind-body.
Thus providing deeper and long term benefits to the patients.
This hypertension day let us :
- follow healthy food habits - less salt, oil and more raw salads/vegetables
- at least 45 min of exercise walk/jog/swim/cardio/yoga- it helps in hormone release
- proper sleep 6-7hrs at a stretch
- engaging in some childhood hobby activities - at least 1-2 hrs/week - it's a huge stress buster.
With all the above start with Homoeopathic treatment for yourself or encourage your friends/family whomsoever you know is hypertensive and take them a step further towards health!!
-remain properly hydrated
- exercise early mornings
- have lots of lemons, oranges, summer fruits
- stay indoors between 1-4pm.
Enjoy health with homeopathy!