When you have high blood pressure supplements can help you to lower it and avoid medication or become less dependent on it. There are several supplements recommended to help lower blood pressure.
One important thing to note, though, is that some supplements can interfere with medications or even have negative effects when mixed with medications.
You may also have underlying health problems that make it a bad idea to take some supplements.
Before beginning any blood pressure supplements, it’s important to talk with your doctor and make sure there’s nothing that could interfere with what you’re currently taking or any illnesses you have.
Several supplements have been shown to help with high blood pressure.
One of the most effective is coenzyme Q10. This supplement is recommended for overall heart health.
It contains antioxidants that allow your blood vessels to stay healthy.
In studies coenzyme Q10 has been shown to reduce blood pressure by as much as 17/10 mmHg.
That’s significant enough to keep you from having to take medication in some instances.
Even if you don’t completely avoid medication, you could be less dependent on it.
Fish oil supplements are also commonly prescribed to improve heart health.
For a long time doctors have known that fish oil could help lower cholesterol, but it’s also effective at lowering blood pressure.
Overall this is a good supplement to keep your heart healthy.
Lycopene is one of the best blood pressure supplements for you if your blood pressure is mildly high to keep it from becoming hypertensive.
Many people have shown improvement in blood pressure using this on a daily basis.
It can help your systolic blood pressure to go down by an average of 10 points.
Calcium is another important mineral that you need. Some research has suggested that having adequate calcium in your diet can help you to counteract the effect of salt in your diet.
You can either make sure to get it through your diet or take calcium supplements if you need to.
Vitamin D deficiency has also been linked to problems with high blood pressure. Correcting this deficiency can help return blood pressure to normal.
It’s a good idea to ask your doctor to check your vitamin D levels.
If they’re too low, your healthcare provider can advise you of the appropriate amount to take.
A healthy lifestyle can help you to prevent high blood pressure and medication can treat it.
But you may be able to use blood pressure supplements to help aid your other efforts to have a healthy heart.
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