Contribution: Anjali Sharma
May 17 is World Hypertension Day. The goal is to make people aware of the serious consequences of high blood pressure or hypertension, a global health problem.
In 2019, nearly ten million deaths were recorded due to high blood pressure.
People who suffer from high blood pressure are often unaware and unaware of it.
Lack of information and awareness can lead to many life-threatening medical conditions, e.g. Heart disease, Kidney failureOr stroke.
Dementia and arrhythmia are some of the other chronic conditions that are caused by high blood pressure.
World Hypertension Day inspires us to make necessary dietary and lifestyle changes as a precautionary measure to control our blood pressure and avoid hypertension-related complications.
The significance and significance of World Hypertension Day
The theme for this year’s World Hypertension Day is “Measure Your Blood Pressure Perfectly, Control It, Longevity”.
The theme addresses the use of accurate methods for measuring blood pressure. It also focuses on highlighting the low awareness rate of high blood pressure, especially in middle- and low-income countries.
As reported by the WHO (World Health Organization), about 46% of adults worldwide are unaware that they themselves have a problem with high blood pressure.
The World Health Organization has promised to reduce the incidence of malaria by 33 percent between 2010 and 2030 This increased level of awareness is expected to significantly reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and kidney damage.
In the contemporary world remedies (remedies or help) are followed where action is taken after the problem has occurred, whereas in the old days, a preventive method was followed which helps to lead a stress free life for a long time.
Below are some simple overall tips that you can follow to lead a happy and healthy life. You can avoid high blood pressure and high blood pressure by using these methods.
Over the years, meditation has become popular among people all over the world.
Meditation is a relaxation technique that is often recommended for release in modern day life Stress And excitement.
Consistency and discipline are needed to achieve peace and contentment.
The right way to meditate is to sit in a quiet place with your eyes closed and concentrate on your breathing.
Then, chant “Om” or any other sacred mantra. Practice this for at least 10 to 15 minutes every day. You can extend the time if you become comfortable and accustomed.
Initially, a lot of thoughts are going to cross your mind, but you have to be consistent with this practice.
Focus is going to normalize your blood pressure. Meditation has had a wonderful effect on people’s lives and improved their mental health.
Yoga is one of the most effective and highly recommended holistic prevention therapies.
Yoga helps reduce the effects of high blood pressure and maintains blood pressure levels.
There are many yogas that can reduce the effects of high blood pressure. Some of these seats include uplifting or standing front bend postures, viparita karani or leg-up-wall postures, half-face snanas or down-facing dog, west-facing or seated front bending postures and bridge postures. Regular practice of these postures in daily life helps in controlling blood pressure.
In crystal therapy, gems and stones are used to balance a person’s mind and life.
Different types of mental abnormalities are treated using crystals and stones. Broadly speaking, there are 12 types of crystals that are more effective in controlling high blood pressure. These crystals include amethyst, bloodstone, black tourmaline, charoite, kyanite, malachite, sodalite, etc.
These crystals can be carried in pockets or wallets or worn as jewelry. Make sure you choose crystals based on your date of birth so that this therapy has a positive effect on your life.
Sound or music therapy
Sound therapy is a modern method to reduce the problem of high blood pressure. In sound therapy, neurotechnology such as high-resolution, relational, resonance-based, electro-encephalic mirroring or HIRREM is used to analyze brain activity.
Brain activity is read through scalp sensors. According to researchers, those who have taken sound therapy have reduced their blood pressure and migraine symptoms.
The latest thought
High blood pressure is a silent trigger that gradually leads to other ailments like kidney failure, heart attack and even stroke.
We all know that prevention is better than cure and it is important to take the preventive measures listed above to prevent high blood pressure.
Regular preventive health checks will also be an effective idea to keep track of your blood pressure.
It is important to adopt good habits like checking your health so that prevention can be done at the right level.
Book your hypertension checkup today!
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