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1) High Dietary Salt/Sodium intake - >5gms salt/>2.3 gms of salt per day increases the risk of developing BP at early age.
2) Smoking or consuming tobacco products like khaini etc (even occasional consumption can be harmful).
4) Lack of exercise and physical activity - Daily 30-40 mins of exercise or brisk walking is absolutely essential to remain healthy and avoid BP and heart problems.
5) High Cholesterol can lead to blockages in arteries of various organs, which in-turn leads to high BP. Hence getting cholesterol checked annually can help in diagnosing it timely.
My father was hospitalized due to lungs infection of severe pneumonia, treatment was done with merotec antibiotics. After 20 days of treatment he was released and continuing the treatment at home. Recently few symptoms are being observed as below and doctors are asking several tests but the treatment is not being up to the mark. 1. Frequently having chest pain 2. Frequently blood is coming out with cough in the morning only. 3. Feeling pain a bit in whole body all the time. 4. Weakness Please suggest what needs to be done and what not.
I suffer from high blood but my pressure rises in sleep and it goes up to 170/100 I am taking metpure xl 25 once a day .during day it is normal no matter how much I work or take tension but it rises at night in sleep.
From february this year I am suffering from something that I can't figure out what it is. At first I was awakened with heavy breathing even I couldn't breathe until I took deep breath. After that I was treated with antihistamines pills which resulted with heart beating, nausea,heart pain, muscles were shaking etc. The heart echo was good, abdominal echo good, ECG was good, the x-ray of the chest was also good, the blood was fine (except that I have a little high bilirubin which they associate with gilbert syndrome. After all this I visited pulmologist which gave me fluticasone propionate, it got better but I still have chest pain and heaviness, stabbing pain in the heart, foggy brain sometimes, anxiety also. Today I had same symptoms, the blood pressure was fine but pulse 90. I can't figure what is my problem, so please I am asking what test should I run? What can be done which was not till now? Thank you in advance.
I am 31 weeks pregnant. My blood pressure is 107 systolic and 80 diastolic. Is that ok? Will I get hypertension? Is there any need to use medication now. Please suggest me.
Whenever I sit for long, and many a times even for short period, my body starts paining. Also my heart somehow becomes a different in a way that it pains and it beats irregular. I am also suffering from constipation and in a way chronic body pain. Please advice me regarding these problems. Thanks for reading my Problems.
Salt or more specifically Sodium plays a crucial role in BP management. Too high salt/Sodium ingestion can cause high BP while too low salt/sodium levels can cause low BP. So it is important to maintain an optimum salt intake. Studies have shown that a reduction in the amount of sodium consumed through the diet leads to a noticeable decrease of blood pressure and therefore, it is important to keep salt intake as low as possible. Salt intake is not same as Sodium intake. Salt is Sodium Chloride and is just one of the forms in which human beings consume Sodium. Here are some tips--
- Recommended Salt/ Sodium intake - Adults should consume <5gms of salt in a day (appx 1 teaspoon salt)/ Or <2.3 gms of sodium daily. Ideal Sodium intake should be <1.5 gms daily.
- To decrease salt/sodium, AVOID processed foods like Chips, nachos, popcorns, namkeens like bhujiya, salted peanuts etc, pickles, papads, chutneys, sauces like tomato and soya sauce, ready-to-eat meals, junk and fried food like burgers, french fries, cured hams or bacon or salami, packed salty drinks like juices or buttermilk, hot chocolate etc.
- Avoid adding salt from over the top in your salads, soups, curds and vegetables.
- DO NOT Absolutely remove salt from your diet. Hence, Salt used while cooking the food at home is fine, but once the food is cooked do not add extra salt/chaat masala in the cooked food.
- Teach healthy eating habits to your children by encouraging them to eat fruits, vegetables, drinking fresh food and home cooked meals rather than junk food.
- If you are heart failure patient or kidney disease patient discuss with your Cardiologist or Nephrologist about the optimum recommended salt intake specified for you.
- It is difficult to get used to low salt in terms of taste when you are used to salty taste, but it is possible. But the health benefits of controlling salt in diet can play a major role in BP reduction thus preventing the need for medicines, hence it can be worthwhile to get used to low salt taste.