Monday, December 12, 2011

Try this if you have Hypertension

If you suffer from Hypertension your heart has to work harder to provide blood supply to the other parts of the body. This condition of High Blood Pressure is likely to affect other body parts like the Kidneys.

Hence along with a proper diet, as per the traditional Indian Dietary Plans, some other beneficial remedial measures are practiced to enhance the healing process. You can try this if you suffer from Hypertension.

It is recommended that Hypertension patients drink water which has been kept overnight in a copper vessel or earthen pot every 2 hours.

Take 2 to 3 dry Amla [Indian Gooseberry] and keep them soaked overnight in a glass of water along with 1 teaspoon of honey. Drink this water once or twice a day. You can even drink diluted fresh Amla juice.

Consume more water, lemon and liquids of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetable juices, buttermilk, tender coconut water and soups.

It is also advisable to have more raw vegetables and sprouts in your diet. It is also advisable to skip a meal twice a week.

Television and Movie watching should be controlled as excesses can easily increase the blood pressure as this elevates hurry, worry, curry and anger.

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