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High blood pressure

Also called: HBP, hypertension


condition in which the force of the blood against the artery walls is too high.

Usually hypertension is defined as blood pressure above 140/90, and is considered severe if the pressure is above 180/120.


While nearly 50% of all American adults may have elevated blood pressure, many may not even know it.*

It’s true that blood pressure is often referred to as the “silent killer” because the symptoms can be so subtle that most people don’t even notice them.

So you can feel perfectly fine… until suddenly you don’t!

And while high blood pressure is a significant risk on its own, it is especially dangerous when combined with other cardiovascular risk factors such as high LDL cholesterol, high blood sugar or being overweight.

In fact, clinical studies show that the combination of significant blood sugar issues and high blood pressure increases a person’s risk of developing serious cardiovascular problems by 400%.*

Please keep reading because today I’m going to explain what blood pressure is and why consistently high readings are so dangerous and share with you an easy and natural way to take control of your blood pressure right now with the combination of an herbal nutrient and an essential, but often overlooked, vitamin.


What is Blood Pressure?

Maintaining normal blood pressure levels is one of the most critical aspects of good health.

Blood pressure is the amount of pressure it takes for your heart to push blood through your blood vessels and arteries. It the force with which blood pushes against artery walls, allowing your heart to move oxygen through your body, with your heart working like a pump and your blood vessels acting as pipes.

Normal, healthy blood vessels are flexible and can expand and contract as needed to maintain steady blood flow. But when blood vessels become stiff and are unable to dilate and relax, then the force needed to move blood through them increases.

Your blood pressure levels are determined by the amount of blood your heart pumps, and how your blood vessels react to or resist that force.

It takes into account two different pressure readings:*

Systolic—measures how much pressure is exerted when your heart pumps blood through your blood vessels.*

Diastolic—measures how much pressure exists when your heart is at rest, in between beats.

These two numbers are usually presented by a reading of systolic over diastolic pressure, for example “130 over 80” or “130/80 mmHg”.* This is considered normal, but not long ago the threshold for what was considered safe was much higher and put many adults at risk.

In 2017, the definition of high blood pressure changed according to guidelines from major health organizations, including the American Cardiology Association (ACA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC).*

Previously, blood pressure was considered to be within healthy range if it fell below 140/90 mmHg. But now, guidelines indicate an ideal reading is 130/80mmHg or below.*


The ACA and ACC made the decision to lower the threshold to encourage early intervention including lifestyle modifications and medications, noting the detrimental effects of even marginally elevated blood pressure over time.*

According to Dr. Teresa Iribarren, an Assistant Professor at Florida International University College of Medicine and practicing Internal Medicine physician specializing in Integrative Medicine and Preventative Cardiovascular Medicine:

“These lower baseline readings help to identify patients who are at risk early on, when implementing lifestyle changes and dietary supplements can interrupt the domino of risk factors that can lead to serious and, at times, sudden problems.”

Elevated Blood Pressure Can Impact Many Aspects of Your Health

Many age-related issues can be caused or made worse by elevated blood pressure. Over time, your heart and blood vessels can become worn out due to an increase in pressure, which can lead to serious, and at times sudden, cardiovascular issues.*

Your heart is a muscle, and if it is forced to work harder than normal for prolonged periods, this over-exertion can cause it to grow in size—increasing the risk that your heart will malfunction.

But the consequences of high blood pressure don’t end with increased cardiovascular risk. Your body is so dependent on normal circulation that your everyday health can be affected in many ways including:

Clear thinking—Research shows that elevated blood pressure reduces your ability to think clearly and contributes to long-term decline in cognitive function.*

Eyesight—Elevated blood pressure can damage the delicate tissues of your eyes, including your retinas and optic nerve.

Kidney function—Because kidneys depend on healthy circulation, elevated blood pressure has been shown to affect proper kidney function.**

Sexual dysfunction— Women can experience decreased sexual desire and vaginal dryness, and men may have trouble having or maintaining an erection when blood pressure is elevated.*


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