Approximately 1 in 3, nearly 70 million, American have high blood pressure. But only half of those people have their condition under control. Many people develop high blood pressure when they are in their early 40’s and it occurs more frequently as people age.
Hypertension, another name for high blood pressure, is often called a “silent killer.” This is because you can have hypertension without even knowing it. When blood pressure is uncontrolled for a longer time, it significantly increases your risk of having a heart attack, stroke, and other life-threatening conditions. Ho to fight back against the “silent killer”?
Contrary to the dogma that HBP is a disease, we consider that it is a symptom, a defense mechanism the body uses to secure an optimal blood flow to all cells at any time. High Blood pressure is a dynamic expression of different imbalances many of which are related to your lifestyle:
- Chemical (nutrition, hydration, smoking, alcohol, heavy metals, toxins, drugs medication, sugar and wheat poisoning)
- Emotional (stress, depression, trauma, psychological shock, burned out syndrome)
- Physical (age, family history, medical conditions, lack of physical exercise, overweight, kidney conditions, hormonal imbalances)
Most of cardiovascular disorders are a result of blood imbalances. Blood is characterized by a specific chemical composition, very narrow pH range, an optimal content of carbon dioxide (CO2) and blood viscosity; changes of these parameters will change the blood pressure:
- If you are not well hydrated, the blood viscosity will increase, and the heart will have to increase the blood pressure to be able to pump the blood through all vessels and maintain a good circulation and cells’ oxygenation
- There are 4 important electrolytes supporting the life of all cells: sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium; imbalances between these four elements will dysregulate the blood pressure and cardiac rhythm
- The blood pH supporting life must be always at 7.35-7.45 and this is controlled by the carbon dioxide content in the blood, which must be always at 6.5% equal to minimum 35, preferably 40 mm mercury column; the same carbon dioxide controls the blood vessels dilation and constriction, the wall stiffness
In this video we tell you what to do to manage a healthy blood pressure without using drugs such as beta blockers, blood thinners, statins (anti-cholesterol drugs), etc. Often it is more accepted to fail conventionally than to succeed unconventionally.