Natural remedies for low blood pressure

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(Natural News) You may be familiar with high blood pressure, but what about low blood pressure?

Hypotension, another name for low blood pressure, is linked to various health problems, and can cause side effects like:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting
  • Poor circulation
  • Vertigo
  • Weak arteries

Low blood pressure is often characterized by blood pressure readings of 100/70 to 69 or below. The condition may occur due to different factors including drug side effects, nerve disorders, and a poor diet.

Dietary changes and supplements for hypotension

If you have hypotension, consider starting a 30-day program of natural remedies to raise your blood pressure. The changes enumerated below can help improve your condition:

  • Eliminate caffeine, fried foods, foods high in cholesterol, and large amounts of red meat from your diet. These foods may slow down the adrenal system, and this can also make other body systems slow down.
  • Start your day by drinking a 12-ounce glass of spring water with a lemon squeezed into it. Do this 30 minutes before you eat your breakfast. If you have low blood pressure, lemon juice can trigger the liver, making it easier to digest food so that it can be used to properly energize the body. Lemon juice is also a potent all-around tonic.
  • Prepare 1/4 cup of oatmeal for breakfast. Oatmeal is a good source of complex carbohydrates, which is crucial for healthy blood flow and energy. If you’re not in the mood for oatmeal, you can substitute foods like farina, a bland-tasting meal made from cereal grains. Other options include grits or whole grain cereal. Add a banana for a flavor boost. Do not use table sugar if you have low blood pressure.
  • Consume a potassium broth during lunch for a whole month. To make potassium broth, juice two large carrots, two stalks of celery, four cloves of garlic, two radishes and a few pinches of parsley. If you don’t have a juicer, drink 10 to 12 ounces (oz.) of low-sodium vegetable juice. The body needs potassium, a crucial electrolyte, for healthy blood flow. A potassium deficiency is often linked to low blood pressure.
  • Have a leafy salad between lunch and dinner. Make a salad with broccoli, carrots, onions, peas, organic beef chunks, peas, and sea greens. These ingredients have very important macrobiotic ingredients that can help alkalize the body and balance your hormones and other chemicals, which is essential for healthy blood pressure.
  • For dinner, you can eat 6 oz. of lean, organic beef and a cup of brown rice. Lean beef, when consumed moderately, is a good source of protein. Brown rice is a natural detoxifier that contains carbohydrates. Drink a 12 oz. glass of pure pineapple juice as you eat your dinner. Pineapple juice is rich in bioflavonoids that can help strengthen the blood vessels and hype your metabolism.
  • Consume two cloves of garlic an hour before you go to sleep at night. Garlic, which already offers various health benefits, can also help stabilize your blood pressure. You can also drink a cup of ginseng tea. The tea, which will stimulate the circulatory and adrenal systems, is a safe and natural way to boost your energy while you’re resting. (Related: Top 10 Foods That Raise Blood Pressure.)

Therapy and exercise

Aside from making dietary changes, these tips can help maintain proper blood pressure.

  • Sign up for a chiropractic adjustment once a week during your 30-day program. This will help address any concerns about misaligned bones, joints, and muscles which typically cause various health problems like low blood pressure and fatigue.
  • Do deep breathing exercises at least once every day. Start by inhaling slowly for three to five seconds. Concentrate on your breathing. Hold your breath for three seconds, then exhale slowly. You can do the breathing exercises while taking a brisk 20-minute walk. Walking and breathing exercises both promotes healthy blood flow, which is needed for proper blood pressure.
  • Meditate for at least 30 minutes daily. Resting and meditating lets the body naturally recharge itself for optimum function.


If you have low blood pressure, you can manage your condition by following a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

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