As I mentioned in my earlier post that high blood pressure is a curse of the modern age and attracts many other diseases in the first place. Science has invented and helped so many people with the medication process but cannot completely cure the disease. In short, you live and depend on the medications lifelong.
Where there is nothing to do, there is “YOGA”. Yoga has a cure for this disease like so many others and can prevent you from having it.
Ill be haring some home remedies and yoga poses you can do regularly to say “BYE BYE!” to hypertension/High blood pressure.
Home Remedies for High blood pressure
Vegetables and Juices
As far as possible take juices of fruit and green vegetables. Carrot juice is highly recommended. To cleanse your body this step should be taken immediately. Juices will help you remove the causes like Constipation, Ingestion, and Increase of cholesterol level in your body. You can read the complete description here High Blood Pressure: Root causes and Symptoms
Basil is a very useful plant and works as a complete magical after daily consumption. Add basil leaves in your water bottle one night before and drink the water whole day. This is a very natural and simple remedy. You can add some pepper to the water or take basil with honey.
The edible Indian fruit is extremely helpful in the treatment of diseases like Diabetes and High blood pressure due to its vitamin C quality. It will be sour but works amazing on your body including hair, skin, and eyes. Take two spoons of amla juice both morning and evening.
In the high blood pressure, garlic juice or raw garlic should be taken 3 to 4 times a day. It will help in lowering the pressure of blood inside the body. Once the pressure is measured normal the use of garlic should be gradually decreased.
Yoga for High blood pressure
When it comes to yoga for high blood pressure, there is “Pranayama”. I will not recommend any high-intensity asana or exercise for the high blood pressure patients and one should never do it as well. To calm the mind and body all the Breathing exercises (Pranayama) should be done or Shavasana, Gomukhasana, Siddhasana, and Tadasana should be practiced.
Some useful ways you can control your blood pressure:
- Walk daily in the open area and grass under the feet.
- Avoid junk food completely.
- Have buttermilk instead of milk.
- Body massage.
- Drink lots of water.
- Take proper rest and sleep.
- Do not work beyond one’s capacity.
- Alcohol and smoking should not be done.
- Control your weight.
- Do not eat processed food and eat a fresh cooked meal.
- Avoid much salt.
- Keep calm.
Have a healthy happy living.
Hare Krishna xX