Bachelor in Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery (BHMS)
Homeopathy Doctor, Dhanbad
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The absolute normal blood pressure measures 120 mm systolic and 80 mm diastolic.
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120 mm systolic and 80 mm diastolic is the average blood pressure and not the absolute normal. If we were to check 100 normal individuals, this would be the average blood pressure. This does not mean that everyone will have exactly 120 mm systolic and 80 mm diastolic blood pressure. Anything in the range of 110 and 130 mm systolic and 70-90 mm diastolic can be considered within range.
Systolic blood pressure is the pressure that is exerted when the blood pumps out of the heart.
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When measuring blood pressure, there are two different readings taken into account. One is systolic blood pressure and the other is diastolic blood pressure. Simply put, systolic blood pressure is the pressure that is exerted when the blood is pumped out of the heart.
Which of the following these used in homoeopathic medicines can treat high blood pressure caused by high salt intake?
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The homoeopathic medicine derived from sodium chloride is known as Natrum muriaticum. Despite its grand and fancy name, the source material of the medicine is sodium chloride or common salt. It is one of the most effective medicines for treating high blood pressure. In patients where the culprit seems to be an excessive intake of salt and salty products, this medicine is the best.
Which of these leads to high blood pressure?
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Modern day lifestyle is one of the biggest reasons for high BP or hypertension. The modern lifestyle is sedentary in nature and we hardly have any physical exercise in our daily life. It is as if we have forgotten how to walk or cycle. On top of it, our food is rich and full of spicy things. All of these combined have started making high blood pressure the second most common lifestyle disease after diabetes.
The rise in blood pressure level leads to headache and makes a person irritable or angry.
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There are a number of myths associated with blood pressure and hypertension. A common misperception is that when blood pressure rises, one gets headache or starts getting irritable or angry. This is not the truth. The truth is that high blood pressure is unlikely to have any symptoms. That is why hypertension is known as silent killer. Hypertension is mostly detected when diagnosing other diseases.