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You probably know someone who has high blood pressure, don’t you? Even you can have it.
On our channel, we also taught you how to do a simple exercise to see if your blood pressure is high, even without a monitor. Have you watched it already?
Blood pressure is nothing more than the pumping system, whose function is to transport blood through the heart and arteries while taking this blood flow to the brain and other organs.
However, you don’t necessarily have to be hypertensive to have alterations in your blood pressure.
For example, stressful situations can make blood pressure rise, putting you at risk of brain, heart, and kidney lesions.
Because of that, it is always a good idea to have some natural techniques to control your blood pressure and keep any serious complications away.
An easy technique that you can do at home is the isometric handgrip exercise. Super quick and easy!
According to a study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, this isometric handgrip exercise you will see, is efficient to lower blood pressure in men and women of all ages.
For this exercise, all you need is a small face towel and 10 minutes of your time.
Besides that, maintain a healthy diet, drink plenty of water, and practice physical activities, such as a simple walk.
Whenever possible, do this test and seek medical help to investigate any changes in your blood pressure.
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