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The diet for patients with high blood pressure

  The diet for high blood pressure does not in anyway suggest abandoning medication for those with hypertension, this needs to be repeated. In fact some people at an increased risk of heart disease, or stroke will require medication and not rely only on a specially crafted hypertension diet. It also does not mean the place for exercise to lose weight and keep healthy no longer exists. Hypertension and diet are very good considerations so is the strong link between exercise and blood pressure.

  This has been noted to be a result of high fiber in the diet. The solution is to gradually increase the intake of fruit, vegetables and whole grain foods. All in all whichever blood pressure diet you decide to pursue, decreasing sodium intake is of paramount importance. Sodium is thought to cause hypertension as it increases the amount of fluid in your bloodstream which in turn increases pressure on blood vessels and causes your heart to work harder. A basic definition of blood pressure is when a volume of blood forces its way against constricted artery walls.

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