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💓 #1 Cause Of High Blood Pressure - Shocking Facts!
I’ve talked a lot about high blood pressure in the past - causes and solutions. I’ve done this because hypertension is called the “silent killer” because there are no symptoms for it.
And of course, high blood pressure can lead to a heart attack or stroke and it’s more of a problem in my opinion, than having “high” cholesterol.
Additionally, going from a high blood pressure (over 140/90 mmHg) to normal levels (120/80 mmHG ), let alone to ideal blood pressure levels (115/75 mmHG) dramatically improves your life by1
38% lower risk of heart failure;
43% lower risk of cardiovascular death;
27% lower risk of mortality overall.
However, today I’m going to reveal the #1 cause of high blood pressure and NO, it’s not your diet, lack of exercise or stress!
It’s because of the negative changes in your hormones, due to AGING!
First, take a look at the stats and chart from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) of high blood pressure among adults2 over the age of 18 between 2015-2016
The first bar on the left that’s kinda black, shows the TOTAL number of people who have high blood pressure. Basically, it’s 30% of the population over the age of 18. That’s a lot.
What’s worse is that this does NOT take into account PRE-hypertension numbers, which means even more people have “almost” high blood pressure and don’t even know it.
The second, gray bar, shows the % from age 18-39. Men are 9.2% and women 5.6%. It’s not much, but the numbers are higher by 2% compared to 2013, just 2-3 years before and their even high in 2018.3
The third, green bar, shows the % for age 40-59. Men are at 37.2% and women 29.4%. This is a MASSIVE jump, up 420% for men and a whopping 525% for women!!!
Why such a huge jump all of a sudden?...
Because men’s testosterone starts to declined in his late 20’s and even more so in his 30’s. However, there’s a huge drop starting in his 40’s and it’s called “andropause”.
And women, they start “menopause” in their 40’s as well, which causes massive negative changes in all their hormones - estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, adrenal and thyroid hormones
Finally, the forth, lighter-green bar, shows the % for age 60 and over. Men are 58.5% and women 66.8%. Both age groups are significantly worse. But the women are much worse because the negative changes in hormones because of menopause is more dramatic than men’s “andropause”
So What Does This Mean For You?
Well, you’re probably thinking “great, there’s nothing I can do. I can’t turn back time, so I guess this is it?!!”
No, this just means you have to be more proactive about monitoring and improving your blood pressure levels as you age, especially after the age of 40.
Now, the best way to find solutions to problems, is to know the CAUSE of it.
So what you need to do is make some simple lifestyle changes and utilize specific nutrients that a more “mature” body needs, because of the changes in hormones, ... so your body can help heal itself naturally, from within.
This is the ONLY long-term, safe solution for improving your blood pressure and overall health… and I think you’d agree with this.
In fact, this is why there are over 75 different blood pressure drugs with over a dozen different mechanism. This is also why most people with hypertension end up taking on average 2 drugs AT THE SAME TIME, to make improvements.
Of course, if you have extremely high blood pressure, such as 180/120, then you MUST take a drug right away to lower it fast and get it under control immediately.
YES, lifestyle matters because
DIET - what you put in your body (food and liquids),
EXERCISE - How much, how often and what kind.
STRESS MANAGEMENT - emotional and physical
SUPPLEMENTS - herbs, plant extracts, vitamins, minerals and amino acids
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I ordered a bottle of AphlaViril. A buddy had a couple bottles he gave me one since last time I left a comment on one of yr videos.
I got to say. Between the diet you suggested, the exercise , the quit smoking and taking the Ahlpa it's insane, that I can physically feel the major difference in such a short period of time. Plus the increase in some male complications. Wow.
Impressed & thank you.
Ps $50+ is better then stuff that cost $75 each!
I really love what your are saying I am totally agree that garlic for ex is great remedy from my experience I took it every morning with breakfast cut it slices and eat it my blood pressure read normal .You can get ride from bad smell buy eating some celery this the only way to control hip thanks.
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