MAY IS NATIONAL HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE EDUCATION MONTH!
Take control of your long-term health (and encourage others to follow your lead!) by staying educated and informed about a dangerous (but prevalent) condition: high blood pressure. These tips and habits can help keep your blood pressure under control. 1/ ACHIEVE AND MAINTAIN A HEALTHY BODY WEIGHT by engaging in at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week and eating a diet that is high in good-for-you fruits and vegetables. 2/ QUIT SMOKING to not only normalize your blood pressure levels, but also extend your life; quitting by the age of 35 can add between 6 and 8½ years to your lifespan. 3/ TRY NATURALLY SOURCED DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS as approved by your doctor to support cardiovascular health, vasodilation, and circulation, and even to help maintain healthy blood pressure levels already within the normal range.
4/ KNOW AND UNDERSTAND YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE NUMBERS with the help of your doctor, then work together to set a goal to lower your blood pressure; discuss how you can reach your goal, as well as maintain it in the long run. Source: Twinlab