High blood pressure occurs when the walls of your arteries receive excessive pressure. It may cause severe health issues such as kidney diseases, heart failure, loss of vision and stroke if the increase of this pressure has been untreated and overlooked.
Many different factors can affect your normal blood pressure. Alcohol, lack of sleep, obesity and smoking are just some of them. Blood pressure has been divided into 5 categories: stage 2 hypertension, stage 1 hypertension, prehypertension, normal and low blood pressure.
Symptoms of High Blood Pressure
Dyspnea, palpitation, epistaxis, double vision, blurred vision, dizziness, vomiting, nausea, and headaches are the symptoms of this issue.
The older people have the higher danger of having it, but even children are prone to this condition. You have to get rid of the excess pounds, sleep not less than 7 hours, decrease the intake of alcohol and salty foods, consume healthy foods and do regular exercises o0n a regular basis in order to maintain normal blood pressure!
Surprisingly, there are some techniques that will normalize your blood pressure thanks to the pressure points consisted of your body.
Touching the muscles and tissues is the best way to normalize your blood pressure according to Dr. Lu Hens from the Spartak ball club.
Here is how to maintain your blood pressure immediately:
Points 1 – 2
This is not a point, but rather a line. It stretches from behind of the earlobe to the middle of the collarbone.
Do not press nor massage this line, but caress it very slowly instead. Do almost imperceptible movements of the hand from top to bottom, barely touching it with the tips of the fingers. Do it 10 times on one side and then repeat the procedure on the other side for 10 times as well.
This point is found on the part of the face at the same height with the earlobe, at about half inch distance from the ear in the direction towards the nose.
You should massage this point with the fingertips for about one minute on each side, continually. Push hard, but not that hard so that you feel pain. The movement can go clockwise, but it does not matter that much since the direction is irrelevant. What matters the most is that you feel pressure up to a point.