Half the people suffering from high blood pressure don’t know they have it. Symptoms are hard to spot but, if left untreated, could increase your risk of heart attack or stroke. These ten lifestyle changes can help you lower blood pressure.
Try to work out for at least half an hour a day. How about walking, running, swimming, cycling or dancing?
If your blood pressure is slightly raised, exercise can prevent you from developing full-blown hypertension. Blood pressure is measured in mmHg — mm of mercury. Regular exercise can lower it by up to 9 mmHg. Full Story