High blood pressure (HBP) means the pressure in your arteries is higher than it should be. Another name for high blood pressure is hypertension. Normal blood pressure is below 120/80 mm Hg. If you’re an adult and your systolic pressure is 120 to 129, and your diastolic pressure is less than 80, you have elevated blood pressure. High blood pressure is a pressure of 130 systolic or higher, or 80 diastolic or higher, that stays longer.
The force and friction of high blood pressure damages the delicate tissues inside the arteries. In turn, LDL forms plaque along tiny tears in the artery walls, signifying the start of hardening of walls of arteries.
The more the plaque and damage increases, the narrower (smaller) the insides of the arteries become — raising blood pressure and starting a vicious circle that harms your arteries, heart and the rest of your body.
Causes of Hypertension:
Age: The risk of high blood pressure increases as a person becomes older because the blood vessels become less flexible.
Family history: People who have close family members with hypertension have a significantly higher risk of developing it themselves.
Obesity and being overweight: People who are overweight or have obesity are more likely to develop high blood pressure.
Physical inactivity: Lack of exercise and having a sedentary lifestyle raise the risk of hypertension.
Smoking: Tobacco intake causes the blood vessels to narrow, resulting in higher blood pressure. Smoking also reduces the blood's oxygen content, so the heart pumps faster to compensate, causing an increase in blood pressure.
Alcohol intake: Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol can dramatically raise blood pressure and increase the risk of heart failure, stroke, and irregular heartbeat.
Mental stress: Stress can have a severe impact on blood pressure, especially when it is chronic. It can occur as a result of both socioeconomic and psycho-social factors.
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- • Arjuna (bark ghan)trminalia arjuna 150 mg
- • Sarpagandha (root ghan) Rauwolfia serpentina 50 mg
- • Lasuona (bulb ghan)Allium sativum 15 mg
- Arjuna have numerous therapeutic cardiac benefits.
- Bark contains phenolic constituents.
- Extract of Arjuna bark has positive effect on heart muscle. It helps in increasing blood flow in heart vessels and also protects myocardium against ischemic damage.
- It is a powerful antioxidant anti hypertensive. Bark has mild diuretic properties, reduces clot formation, lowers blood lipid levels which contribute forward management of hypertension,It helps in balancing pressure on heart.
- Arjuna is essential ayurvedic herb for heart, excellent for all manners of heart imbalances. It strengthens and tones the circulatory system, rejuvenates soft tissues, promotes proper function of heart muscle, healthy cholesterol level, B.P values, and proper circulation in blood. It possess special property of strengthening heart muscles and treat cardiovascular aliments.
- A pungent smelling herb, which is a potent anti –hypertensive. Reserpine an active compound found in sarpagandha renders herb its anti-hypertensive property. It acts on vessels by decreasing peripheral resistance and decrease cardiac output hence causing anti-hypertensive effect.
- It works by slowing the activity of nervous system, causing heart rate to slow and blood vessels to dilate.
- Reduce anxiety when used for 20 days
- Garlic supplements have significant impact on reducing BP in people with HTN.
- Reduces artery plaque formation.
- It Lowers blood pressure.
- Many studies confirm that systolic BP drops by 10% on avg.
- Decrease LDL particles.
Dosage : 1 Capsule twice a day with water after meals or as directed by physician.