If you’re new here, you may want to check out our free report, “The Secrets To Lower Blood Pressure: Your First 3 Steps”. Thanks for visiting!Congratulations to Paul Rungay, who qualified today as a Certified Hypnotension Practitioner. Paul will be serving Hypnotension clients from his practice in Wickford, Essex, UK.
The NHS Choices website gives some great advice on how to help reduce high blood pressure, such as; losing weight if you need to exercising regularly eating a healthy diet cutting back if you drink a lot of alcohol stopping smoking cutting down on salt and caffeine However, this is the same advice that has… [Read More]
Pre-eclampsia is a major cause of death in pregnant women and newborn babies worldwide. Preterm birth (birth before 37 weeks) is often caused by high blood pressure and is the leading cause of newborn deaths, particularly in low-income countries. The review of 13 trials, involving 15,730 women, found that calcium supplementation during pregnancy is a… [Read More]
Children who are categorised as ‘overweight’ or ‘obese’ are at three times the risk of high blood pressure than children who are at healthy bodyweight. The study of more than 1,100 children, conducted by the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, found that 14% of children categorised as overweight or obese had pre-hypertension or… [Read More]
Taking your blood pressure pills at bedtime instead of in the morning might be healthier for some high-risk people, a recent study confirms. The results of 21 randomised controlled trials involving 1,993 patients with primary hypertension were analysed; they found that those on evening dosing enjoyed slightly better overall blood pressure control than those on… [Read More]