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Researchers looked at studies that examined the effectiveness of exercise and medication for lowering blood pressure and found that, for those with high blood pressure, both cardiovascular exercise and strength training worked just as well as prescription blood pressure pills. TUESDAY, Dec. 18, 2018 (HealthDay News) If you have high blood pressure, hitting the gym may be as helpful as taking drugs to lower your numbers, researchers say..

There’s “compelling evidence that combining endurance and dynamic resistance training was effective in reducing [blood pressure],” according. For some people, getting some exercise is enough to reduce the need for blood pressure medication. If your blood pressure is at a desirable level — less than 120/80 mm Hg — exercise can help prevent it from rising as you age.

Regular exercise also helps you maintain a healthy weight — another important way to control blood pressure. For people with high blood pressure, starting an exercise regimen may lower blood pressure by as much as taking medication would, a large analysis suggests. Researchers combined data from nearly 400 randomized trials that assessed the effects of blood pressure drugs or of exercise on blood pressure. Exercise is integral in the treatment of high blood pressure because it strengthens the heart, reduces stress and promotes weight loss. It is generally safe to exercise while on blood pressure medicatio.

Hence, you go on medication to lower your blood pressure. What is never talked about though, is now that you are on drugs that lower your blood pressure, you no longer have the same ability to increase your blood pressure to meet the demands of exercise or whatever activity. The drug(s) won’t let your heart beat. The main finding of this study is the confirmation that the exercise blood pressure depends principally on resting blood pressure and work rate and to a lesser amount on BMI and age. In future studies work rate should be corrected by body weight at submaximal levels.

Exercise can increase blood pressure, but the effects are typically temporary. Your blood pressure should gradually return to normal after you finish exercising. The quicker your blood pressure. There are three basic types of exercise: Cardiovascular, or aerobic, exercise can help lower your blood pressure and make your heart stronger. Examples include walking, jogging, jumping rop.

Understanding your blood pressure numbers. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, more than half of people over the age of 60 have hypertension. avoid blood pressure medication.

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effects during or immediately following exercise are measured versus chronic changes in this risk factor.34 An occasional hypertensive patient may even experience symptomatic hypotension immediately after exercise, thereby requiring a reduction in the dose of BP medication.

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Increasing the level of physical activity has been shown to reduce both systolic and diastolic pressure in hypertensive individuals (Lesniak and Dubbert 2001; Nelson et al. 1986), effects which are reversed by a return to lower levels of exercise (Somers et al. 1991).

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After 12 to 16 weeks, if the blood pressure is adequately controlled, the physician may reduce the antihypertensive medication slowly to determine the long-term effect of training on blood pressure.

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Most studies have shown that exercise decreases blood pressure in hypertensive patients, though such findings have not been conclusive.

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This is a good time to discuss with patient the benefits of exercise and weight control in reducing the risks for hypertension and coronary artery disease or lowering an existing blood pressure elevation.

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Abundant research suggests that increased physical activity and proper nutrition (including lower amounts of salt and fats in the diet and weight loss if necessary) can significantly lower blood pressure and act synergistically with each other and also with medications.

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Hypertension or the use of antihypertensive medications (or other medications) can alter the normal response of blood pressure to exercise.

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Exercise can reduce their blood pressure further, allowing them to decrease their antihypertensive medications and attenuate their risk for premature mortality.

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● If the person is having a systolic blood pressure more than 180 mm Hg and or diastolic blood pressure more than 110 mm Hgthen the person should not do any exercises until the blood pressure is controlled using medications.

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Sometimes exercise and dietary changes help normalize blood pressure so that medications are no longer needed, as many of our study participants found out.

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  • Waving to Austin ����. You can’t tell me your not the best YouTube natural healer for the body
    Costs nothing but just get to it and do it❤��. Thank you so much!

  • Hello Austin Sir. I have blood pressure of 140/80 age 21 M. I feel slightly dizzy. Can I do these exercises and how many times should I do it in a day?

  • My friend asked me to lookup this guide on the internet. His blood pressure level was stroke level 158/120. Throughout the help of the program and eating nice and clean, it was able to reduce swiftly normal again. It has slowly and gradually dropped and Fourteen days later with much healthier eating his blood pressure is 128/84.. Do you often use Google? Yes, use it to know more about this tip. Name of this guide is Jason Cυnobroke

  • I was struggling with Blood pressure issues for a long time. It was so bad that sometimes my Nose bled because of pressure.
    Thank you Austin Sir for this wonderful exercise. I can already feel the effects. It makes me feel so happy. Thank you once again. Much Love from India

  • My students absolutely LOVE TedEd videos, and I use SO many of them in teaching my nursing and allied health students. Thank you for all you do!

  • Hey everyone, the greatest results that ive had was with the Wilfs Calmer Plan (just google it) definately the most incredible method that I’ve seen.

  • Thanks.That was really informative.I have a question about knee after 40.It is like just when I use the stairs, I feel a little sound but no pain.Could you tell us how to take care of knees after 40?Even though I exrcise at the gym.I mean this is a video idea doctor, if possible.

  • I find that after an intense run my blood pressure skyrockets and I feel very sick afterwards. My blood pressure is now controlled with medication, but I still find I get sick after an intense run (5k or more). My question is, is it dangerous to participate in high intensity exercise for a prolonged period even if my blood pressure is controlled? I’m a 25 year old female btw, normal bmi

  • Thanks for making a video about this, my dad suffers from high blood pressure so I’m definitely going to share this with him. We’ve got him on a good workout schedule thanks to your help but still need to work on his diet. Thanks for the food and supplement advice it’s really gonna help.

  • Dr. Anthony, thank you for sharing the excellent information. Blood pressure can be somewhat managed by a healthy lifestyle and the video did an excellent job explaining its aspects

  • How long is it supposed to take for your blood pressure to come back to normal? I did an hour of Interval bike ride and it’s been 24 hours and my bp is still high at 150/110. The highest peak at the end of my cycle ride was 170/110. Is that normal? my normal BP is between 130/90 145/100.

  • Been doin this one once a day and it’s a week now my no is down from 145 to 133.thanks Austin you are Godsend. Still on them till I’m at 100��

  • Dear Sir!
    I’m 72 years old. I do your exercises for kidney and for lungs and they are great. Thank you!
    I have heart aneurysm and have 3 stents put in. I manage my blood pressure with medications but the pressure jumps. In this condition, can I still do this exercise?
    Also, can I do your strengthening the heart exercise? Thank you.

  • Hey austin first of all thanks a lot for your guidance & support… secondly i want to ask i am currently using your lungs & anxiety related therapies & want to try this one too… so can i do all mentioned above 3 therapies together?

  • This video is so timely as my doc just told me I have to work on reducing my blood pressure. My salt intake has always been high as I never thought much about it so with that and with this additional info it should really help me. Thanks Dr A.

  • Does the exercise have to be traditional cardiovascular ones, like cycling, running, walking, etc or does anything that elevates heart rate qualify? I lift weights intensely for about an hour 3 or 4 times a week. That includes kettlebell swings and heavy farmer carry sets which make me feel like I sprinted a quarter mile. I am huffing and sweating like crazy.

  • Hello, I am 25 and my regular BP is 110/70. When I am having panic attack it raises to 140/70 or 160/100 (full-blown).

    I did some mixed aerobics and isolated exercise like push ups and jogging and I took my blood pressure right away while my heart is beating hard and fast and I got 155/90 BP, I exerted 75-90% endurance and strength.

    When I am doing moderate endurance exercise, I am hitting 145/75.

    When I am doing light exercise, I am reaching 110/70-120/70.

    My doctor told me not to exercise if my BP is raised (HBP) because my brain’s blood vessels will explode.

    Should I slowly walk while having panic attack? Can I still exercise and lift light-moderate weights? Is it dangerous to reach 160 systolic while exercising?

    I am already done in 24 hour holter with HRV and 2D echo cardiogram plus ECG theb the result is ok and they told me to go to psychiatrist.

    BTW, Can I exercise light-moderate or is there a very strict limitation?

    I take my BP like 40 times a day left and right arm. I am very anxious that when I exercise, I should not get the hypertension level systolic 130+.

    I sound paranoid but your reply will surely be appreciated, greetings from Philippines! Thank you.

  • If its not possible to go out then wht do we do? Indoor exercise or else? Or which exercise for booldpressure is Swetible? JazakAllah

  • My bp goes on fluctuating ie.140/110..what can I do..n on right side of lips I have vibration sensetion sometimes..as I got paralysis on right side..but it’s recovering..what shall I do?

  • I just found you today and I cannot believe how fast this worked. I followed you right to the end of the exercise and did everything you did. Although I have a large chest, I thought it wasn’t going to work on massaging the heart. I was absolutely wrong. I took my blood pressure before I started 155/105. A couple minutes after the exercise its 134/91. THANK You SO MUCH. I will keep this up 2 -3 times a day! Looking forward to doing many of your exercises.

    I did the one on How to Lower Your Blood Sugar Levels for the 1st time today. Being looked in to avoid Covid-19 I have been stressing, eating everything I shouldn’t and gained 20 lbs in a couple months. 2 days ago I got off of ALL processed foods & sugars and high carbohydrates and loss 4 lbs. I started eating Barberries This through me into glucose overload and increased my blood pressure.

    2 days ago I also started eating Barberries for the Berberine that helps reduce blood sugar until I can find Berberine root powder that is much stronger that the berries. I am so glad I found you. Keep doing what you are doing. Most of us looking for what you offer do not want to be on medications all of our life. Very few are really trying to help us without helping themselves 1st. Every doctor I have had in the past are threatened when I mentioned taking care of myself naturally.

    I know doctors have their place and so does medicine. At the same time, I understand the pharmaceutical industry trained them to push drugs for everything and they are legal drug pushers like it or not. Doctors that educate themselves on what is best for the human body know many health issues have a natural solution.

    We should have the right to chose. The doctors are serving us. We do not serve them. It should be a partnership. When they do not agree on this partnership then we are serving them and paying them to do so.

    This has a lot to do with how big medicine became big business in America. Rockefeller Medicine

    NOTES AND MP3: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=8192

    Let me know what you think.

  • Hi austin sir I’m 34 years I have been diagnosed with high blood pressure 3months ago but I’m not in any medications I’m trying to control it the natural way I will add your exercise to my morning workout routine please sir what food do you recommend and what drink? To control BP thank you

  • Thank you very much Austin for this video, it really generates a lot of well-being.
    I wanted to ask you if there is any exercise to protect yourself from the negative energies of other people, something that generates protection.
    Very thankful

  • I started doing it today i have anxiety issues heart palpations and bp around 140/90 can i do all the exercises together twice a day?

  • Dear Sir! What does it mean when you say to do exercise more gentle? Is it to do slower pace or less repetition? Can I do this exercise and thew one for heart one after the other? Thank you so much!

  • My blood pressure currently is 181/91 the doctors want to put me on more blood pressure pills. I refuse because I have kidney disease because of blood pressure medication. They don’t tell you that so I will definitely be giving this a try. Thank you ���� Sensei Austin.

  • I have 2 questions for you Dr.
    What is it better for High Blood Pressure: Jogging or Bike Riding?
    Other thing when you say Blood Pressure skyrocketing right after exercising what would be the values approximately in your opinion?

  • Hi Austin 5 months after giving birth, I still had hypertension and my average bp was 130s to 140/90 with medication. After 3 weeks of your exercise, my average bp is now 115/77. I will continue with the exercise. This is amazing, and I truly appreciate you for sharing this.

  • #scientist #cardiologist #DrBmHegde says heart doesn’t pump blood but its twist the blood, it movement swirls the blood, HEART TWISTS THE BLOOD.

  • Sir austin can i use this exercise for the prevention of highblood pressure?my family has history of highblood and sometimes im afraid im suffering from it especially when my anxiety is rising lots of negative thinking eventhough i have low blood pressure and im scrambling to follow your anxiety videos.Hope you can help me sir i want to prevent any highblood problems in the future.thank u so much

  • At my youthful age at 26 years old, I have already begun consuming drug treatments to cope with my high blood pressure problems. This is the 1st high blood pressure solution which has ever really worked to decrease my pressure the natural way. The prescription drugs prescribed to me to have were not of used anymore after having a calendar month of following this guideline. I researched about this tip on Google. It calls Jason Cυnobroke

  • Guys i have low blood pressure and i train a lot eat good i haven’t eaten fast food and sugar foods 2 months now i dont understand why i have blood pressure?

  • Its working slowly but Surely 😉 last week I was 150/90 today im 140/79 excersising eating bannanas and just keeping things like soda at a once a week thing.

  • Wow this is amazing method of this video tips. In this video the important parts of body exercise so nice and useful for us. Thanks for sharing this video.

  • i practice martial art, i am physically active every day. MOstly a lot and i have a question, for example before physical activity i have SYS 130 then at phys. activity i get about SYS 140, but 5 mins later it drop down to less than 120. My question is why it drop down lower than before? and also what is the highest blood pressure allowed for average person? Lots of regards, thank you for this video

  • Just after bicycling at moderate intensity, my blood pressure was 139/114. After five minutes it returned to 111/79, then 109/81 ten minutes thereafter. I am quite puzzled at this diastolic reading (usually not nearly this high). Any thoughts? Thank you.

  • I went to my doctor yesterday morning and my pressure was 156/92 and I told him,I need to exercise I’m not exercising l need to lower my numbers and all he talked about was giving me more medications.i wish my doctor told me this instead of giving me more prescriptions,I think my pressure went higher just thinking that he doesn’t want me to get better he just to give out medication and that’s it case closed,see you next visit.thank you for the advice

  • After getting covid my BP was a scary 170/120 and I’m a fairly fit 41yr old. After doing this exercise for 2 weeks it dropped to an amazing 126/87 so a huge ThankYOU!!! However, since then it is slowly rising every day. Now it’s 134/102 (it’s the diastolic reading I’m worried about). Austin, I do the exercises twice a day every day, do you know why the diastolic might still be rising like this?

  • I check my BP daily manually, it’s been years I am doing it. To my surprise, this morning my BP was 83/135. How can it be? I checked my BP 3 times, same result, the top number was much lower than the bottom number. How can this be? I am worried.

    When I got up this morning I felt not wanting to live, I took a 10 minute walk outside and I developed a pounding headache and lot of pressure in my head, so I thought, I have high BP usually, 145/80 or 90 but today was 83 over 135. Should I worried?

  • Could a deficiency in Potassium also raise your BP?

    I started tracking my BP and morning pulse at your recommendation, helps me to figure out when I’m stressed. Pro-tip to temporarily lower your blood pressure: breath slow and deep _through your nose But better to deal with the real problem.

  • This advice is good and really works. Me 6 months ago: weight = 220 lbs, blood pressure = 135/95, resting pulse = 80. me now: weight = 162 lbs, blood pressure = 105/65, resting pulse = 45. I think losing weight and exercise did this to me blood pressure.

  • Hello Sir, when I bang my knees it hurts, can not go al the way down with my knees, instead can I vibrate my body bending my knees little bit not all the way. Thank you dear sir, May you be in perfect health. God Bless you

  • Hi Austin, your videos are really amazing, could you please share a remedy for low blood pressure? I feel fatigued and get tired easily. Thanks a lot

  • I had high blood pressure and took treatment to keep it for 2 many years, however I began making use of this blood pressure plan that I found on the internet a few weeks back. Medical doctor told me blood pressure level is returned to normalcy and I don`t need to put income into medicine for hypertension level.. I researched about this tip on Google. It calls Jason Cυnobroke

  • Thank you for your help. My blood pressure went from 162/76-89 to 159/64-96. I took the Ipredednisolone for my water in my ears, caused my blood pressure way too high. My daughter is taking me to doctor and have the tube in my ears soon. I’m deaf and 66 years old.

  • I saw this exercise for.high blood pressure. I have started it today. I will let you know how it works after a week. But I feel warm and good. Thank you very very much. May God bless you more

  • IT WORKS! Austin has showed that our body is a god almighty gift and nature cures.Medical science will find it difficult to believe this that one can heal without medicine. I think world should focus on china and india ancient wisdom

  • Sir… Can we to it with our Routine exercises? i.e. Walking, Cycling & other Exercises in the morning. Or we have to stop that to do this exercise.

  • I am more of a weight lifting as opposed to cardio kinda girl but I never experience that drop in blood pressure after working out as most people do…not within 40 minutes after. It’s kind of weird to me because I’d think my blood would move to my muscle etc. Don’t know. Thanks for sharing though:) Oh…. you must have great cardio vascular health because you talked through your workout so easily. Didn’t even sound breathless! ����

  • Thank you so much sir.I have one question:Can i do this exercise and heart palpation exercise together.. Like heart palpation exercise first and then hypertension exercise.. Or hypertension exercise first then heart palpation exercise.. I need to clarify from u..

  • Sir, Complex regional pain syndrome in both legs and feet, also known as the Suicide Disease. Pain is never=ending and mobility is hard. Any stretches? God bless

  • Thank you again. I purposely park my car 15 mins away from work and walk the rest of he way their. I also walk at a brisk pace. I take the stairs rather than the elevator. These are little things but they add up over time. I used to bike to work but it’s hard in a suit now:)

  • Hello Austin, how will you recommend a 70 and 73 year olds to do this? They also have heart problems and arthritis, weak bones, just to name a few. Should they do the massages mildy, and what about bending the knees and shaking the wrists part etc? Can they do this at a slower rate? I just need to know so I can advise them on how to go about it. Thank you for replying.

  • Hello doc. I’m a soldier in the Army and consider myself very fit as I exercise regularly,most times twice daily and often rigorously. I definitely run bike and swim many miles weekly so I get a lot of cardiovascular exercise. I just turned 44 years old today and have had high blood pressure for several years usually ranging 140-150/90 with a resting heart rate around 45-50bpm. I don’t ever feel any discomfort and can’t tell there’s if there’s an issue until I go to our medics for something and they do the initial screening. Based on what I’ve told you about myself is there a cause for concern? Thanks in advance

  • Hey doctor, I am having trouble dealing with my diastolic blood pressure. I just started walking for 30-40 minutes a day and have been eating clean, however, my systolic dropped around 120 range but not much my diastolic which is around 90 and i am growing concern about it. Can you please help me?

  • Hello, I am 22 years old and diagnosed with high blood pressure. It was 160/90.
    All tests are sound.
    And the doctor gave me COVERAM 5/5
    Half a pill at night.. What is your advice to me.. I am very disappointed by this case and sad

  • Hi, Austin! I’m new subscriber. I take bp meds. Do I have to continue taking them? I started this and other exercises /liver and back/ Can I do them in the same time? Btw, the back got much better after 2 times. Thanks.

  • Hi austin i am doing these exercises 1 ) for negative thoughts 2) for anxiety 3) for racing heart beat 4) how to make ur heart strong 5) for blood pressure and in the 2nd day i am starting to feel a sense of calm shall i continue doing it always? Together? And do u recommend anything else

  • Nice video, it is ultimate, I have also prepare a video on same topic and try to cover all classes in just less than ten min. time. Your review will be encouraging.

  • Helo sir
    My diastolic pressure after 1hr of running stays around 60,
    During exercise, its around 90
    60 after 1hr of exercise is normal?

  • My dad got high blood pressure. Now taking medicines. Didnt say how long he need to take it. So I am gonna send this video to him. It ‘s really good.

  • My hbp has dropped to a nice levl but as soon as i stop with this exercise my hbp is high again. Does that mean that i should continue without stopping? What do i do sir?

  • Hi austin, I’m having heart palpitation and my bp is also getting high, which exercise should I do this one or the 4 minute heat palpitation one?

  • αll this timε, “Sοyutο Weebly” (Gοοɢιε it) is thε fοrεmοst rεmεdy fοr individυαls hαving blοοd prεssurε lεvεl sitυαtiοn. εαsy vοcαbulαry is υsεd tο crεαtε this, which mεαns it is εαsy tο fυlly cοmprεhεnd αnd dο. Pεοplε whο αrε ill-fαtεd tο hαvε blοοd prεssυrε nεεd tο hαvε this bοοk. I dεcrεαsεd my blοοd prεssurε lεvεl bεnεαth 120/80 fοllοwing this plαn..

  • Hi there, I want to know if Hybetez Remedy, will really work for me? I see lots of people keep on talking about this high blood pressure treatment.

  • Why High Blood Pressure guideline varies around the world? (I like Australia’s guideline!)

    The summary below is based on 60 years + with no diabetes, or CVD/CKD, low CVD risk.

    UK_ NHS: if your BP is consistently above 160/100mmHg – you’ll be offered medication to lower your BP, in addition to lifestyle changes

    USA_ JNC 8 Yr 2014: In patients 60 years or older who do not have diabetes or chronic kidney disease (CDK), the goal BP level is now <150/90.

    USA_ 2017: The American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians: to start treatment for patients who have persistent SBP at or above 150 to achieve a target of less than 150

    Australia_ RACGP: Offer pharmacotherapy if BP persistently over 160/100

    Canada: High blood pressure is SBP at or above 140 or DBP at or above 90.

    My BP today 135/77, thirty-seven days since I weaned off amlodipine 5mg: more veggies, no meat, but salmon/sardine 2/wk. Minimum 1 hour treadmill /cylce, light weights, burn 400 + calories DAILY! (67 yrs, male, BMI 22)

  • This talks about why high blood pressure happens but I constantly have low blood pressure and it makes me go faint sometimes and I wanna know how that works too!

  • Hi thanks for this Dr Storey….my blood pressure is typically 145/92…. i do the breathing it brings it down to 89 or 82… which is great. Very confusing for my doctor.
    Im hoping to use exercise and diet to bring it down. I’ve started with a banana a day in the morning, no eating out for a bit as well as no more fast pre made food from the supermarket (high in salt)
    Is there anything else you recommend? Love your very clear way of teaching. Thanks (from U.K.)

  • I use an elliptical walker for aprox. 20 min. of hard walking every day. I’m 63 went down from 220 to 200 pounds of weight. I’m eliminated sugar, bread, pasta, rice and potatoes from my diet. My question, to help lower my BP, is once a day enough, or is it better to do the exercise 2 times a day? Is 20 min. of hard ok, or would a longer and lighter session be better?

  • I have previously had high blood pressure & getting medicines ever since When i was Twenty six years of age. Of all of the treatment I’ve experimented with, this guide certainly is the one that has shown to work on my high blood pressure. In just a four week period of adhering to the recommendations in the book, there wasn`t just about any desire for me to take all of my drugs.. Do you use Google? Yes, use it to know more about this guidebook. It calls Jason Cυnobroke

  • If you have high blood pressure exercise is helpful but will not cure the condition. You’ll always have to take your meds and keep your blood pressure under control.

  • What is the best product or brand to cleanse your high blood pressure issue inherently? I read plenty of good opinions on the net about how exactly Hybetez Remedy can assist you treat your high blood pressure issue inherently. Has anybody tested out this high blood pressure treatment?

  • Hi austin, I’m having heart palpitation and my bp is also getting high, which exercise should I do this one or the 4 minute heat palpitation one?

  • I got curious one day and took my blood pressure before and after my hour long walk. Lately when taking this walk I have been having pain in between my chest and left arm, feeling lightheaded, breathing hard, and heartbeats something crazy. So I took my blood pressure before, it was 156/90, and after, it was 98/45. It freaked my out that it was that low so I have not taken it since, but is that normal or should I see a doctor? I’m only 21 if that helps.

  • Question: In your experience is an arm crank ergometer as good as (or better perhaps) at lowering BP/ Resting HR compared to normal ergometer?
    Been sedentary most of my life but started going to the gym again after my dad’s MI and my own BP being around 160/90 pretty consistently. Recently sprained my ankle so trying to get back into the habit of going to the gym every day is the hardest part, also waiting for the recovery of my ankle is frustrating.

  • One year ago my BP was 156/90; I was diabetic (A1C 8.0). This year starting in May, I switched to a low carb/keto lifestyle and my avg BP for Sept-Oct 2019 is 107/71 and my A1C is 5.0
    I’m no stranger to exercise; even when I weighed 100 pounds more I would routinely go for 5-8 mile walks. Strange thing about losing all this weight is that when I go to the gym, the longer I workout, the lower my BP gets until I start to get dizzy and have to go home.
    For instance: 1 hour on the stairmaster set to 145 steady heart rate: Before BP=110/76 Ending BP after 1 quart of water and 15 minutes cool down is 70/52 pulse 92. In case you wondering I’m 60 years old.

  • α friεnd clοsεd tο mε hαvε υsεd αlsο this “Sοyutο Weebly” blοοd prεssυrε lεvεl sοlutiοn I fουnd οn Gοοɢιε. Bεfοrε, his blοοd prεssurε wαs αt 158/120. Thrοugh thε hεlp οf thε prοgrαm αnd cοnsυming clεαn, it wαs αblε tο rεdυcε swiftly nοrmαl αgαin. It hαs littlε by littlε drοppεd αnd Fουrtεεn dαys lαtεr with mοrε hεαlthy εαting his blοοd prεssurε is 128/84..

  • Thε “Sοyutο Weebly” (Gοοɢιε it) hαs αllοwεd mε tο tο rεducε my high blοοd prεssurε (αccυrαtεly 20-pοint cut) fοr twο wεεks οnly οf utilizing it. Still, wοrkοut fοr αrουnd THIRTY-FIVε mins εvεry dαy is nεεdεd in οrdεr fοr infοrmαtiοn tο bε succεssful. In gεnεrαl, I find mysεlf fαr hεαlthiεr εvεr sincε my hypοtεnsiοn is lεss thαn my nοrmαl..

  • helpful frank discussion on one of the most common health problems, demystifying the low and high BP numbers is quite helpful in preparing one to be more alert to future health problems.

  • Excellent content from beginning to end. Sharing useful and effective information in all your detailed and well explained information about how To Beat High Blood Pressure.

  • You should NOT RESTRICT your salt intake. In fact you might even have to to increase it. Over centuries people have been eating loads of salt because fridges weren’t invented and people relied on salt-based fermented foods to preserve their food. Naturally their salt intake could easily have been 3 times or more than what it is Today, and high blood pressure wasn’t as prevalent as it is today. So what’s contributing to high blood pressure if it’s not salt? Well, it could be various factors such as high cortisol, high intracellular calcium, low intracellular Magnesium, Vit D deficiency and many others…. Another important factor is Potassium. The sodium potassium pump is dependant on a ratio of low sodium outside the cell, to high potassium within the Cells. This balance ensure proper water balance and mineral transportation. Potassium levels have deffinately dropped over the last century because of a decline in Fruits and vegetables in the diet. Thanks to refined foods, sugars and Junk foods. So with the decreased potassium levels, the sodium potassuim pump is ineffective and causes ‘Cellular Swelling’. Water pushes into the cells. In order to restore the functionality of the pump, doctors said ‘You must reduce your salt intake!’. Now your pump is working! But unfortunately now you’re also deficient in both sodium AND Potassium, placing extra stress on your kidneys. What doctors should be telling most patients today, is to increase their POTASSIUM levels by eating MORE fruits and vegetables! The latter also contains high levels of vit C, Mg, Calcium which is essential for maintaining blood pressure levels. Adequate Vit D ensures that your calcium gets absorbed into the bones and prevents calcium from accumulating and blocking your arteries. ‘If you’re interested you can Read the scientific book ‘The Salt Fix’, by a leading Cardio Scientist and Researcher. Don’t be Scared of salt. Be scared of low potassium levels. Additional or unused sodium is easily excreted by the kidneys into the urine. We sweat salt, we cry salt and all our cells are bathing in a solution high in salt. Too much salt doesn’t hurt our kidneys as much as a high protein diet with that’s not digested properly. This causes high uric acid and places much more stress on the kidneys. The kidneys has to neutralize all this acid…..

  • I would like to know for a 6’3 male weighing a healthy weight of 207lbs. I have a BP reading of 130/70 anytime of the day I take (morning excluded). My question is how come for a person like me who is a non smoker non drinker having sub par BP? Second question is if you notice i have isolated systolic BP, meaning only the top # is elevated. Any thoughts on that. Thanks

  • In my case, there’s a direct correlation between my body weight and blood pressure. For thirty years my sedentary-fitness pattern has been to start cycling in the spring with a peak weight of around 205 lbs at 5’-10”, and BP of high 130s/low90s and a resting pulse of 70. By early fall, my weight declines to the mid 170s with BP of 120/70 and a resting pulse of 40. Being “an experiment of one” this has always been my pattern. Is it body weight or fitness or both? And to what degree/proportion does each affect blood pressure? I’ve met very fat cyclists who ride all the time (randos). I’ve often wondered what their BP and resting pulse rates are. Maybe I’ll start bringing a BP cuff and clip board on all rides ��

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  • Damn machine is lying I’m 16 said 166 over 85 usually on my other machine the highest it is like 140 but the avg 130 to 120 over 90

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  • Hi Austin, thanks for the wonderful videos and support. Do I continue taking my BP medication? When should I stop taking the medication? Thank you

  • Hey Dr., i have a question. my normal resting bp is around 115/65-75. during my jogging/walk it will go up to 140/85? is that normal? Also after returning to resting bp i will notice that it may be lower like 105/62. Any advice?

  • sir you are really great
    please upload more videos ike this
    e.g headache
    muscle pain
    and many more
    make video on this types of problem and their drugs
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  • Watching your videos keeps me motivated. I try to eat garlic every day, the only problem is that the mouth smells, so I store garlic in vinegar which makes it much less pungent.

  • How long does the effect last after you finish working out, I mean does you blood pressure stay down for 24 hrs until I exercise again? Another question can I lift heavy weights if I have blood pressure and if I’m taking medication to lower it, my doctor told me to stop lifting weights or to lift only 30% of my maximum capacity

  • I started this yesterday and just did another round today. I’m very interested to know why this works? Can you briefly explain how this lowers high blood pressure?

  • i was really concerned to the people with high blood pressure. its really good to beat high blood pressure with exercise and good diet. thanks for sharing useful information.

  • A lot of people get high blood pressure when thinking of their blood pressure. When I go to the doctor my blood pressure rises, I can feel it. 10 minutes later it’s down again.

  • Hey Austin would like to share with you…. saw a video of a young healthy looking thin man having heart attack in cinema. A sinseh who probably happened to be there started to revive him but beating the pit of his elbow (both sides). Within 2 minutes he gained consciousness. The act saved his young life. Maybe something worth sharing with your audience

  • The video does not explain how blood pressure works except for the heart and blood vessels. Blood pressure is crucial for other organs to function properly. How? We don’t learn anything about that…

  • You are really God’s gift to us sir, not only u solve my vertigo prb,but also my husband’s high blood pressure. It control’s within two days from(180to120) Thank u sir,thank u for ur beautiful vedios u are such a good person.thank u

  • Thε gυidε in this “Sοyutο Weebly” (Gοοɢιε it) high blοοd prεssυrε οptiοn is vεry εαsy tο rεαd αnd fυlly grαsp. I just nεεdεd 2 nights (fεw hοurs) οf rεαding thrοugh thε guidεbοοk tο tοtαlly gεt gοοd αt thε gυidε. I’vε mοnitοrεd οutcοmε sincε I stαrtεd ουt οn it. οn thε thαnksgiving, I hαd it αt 148/98 αnd within just Fοur wεεks I dεcrεαsεd it εvεn mοrε tο 116/78.

  • I am always very wary of this and I am even on the younger side….so far mines pretty normal, but it never hurts to be knowledgeable and keep a watch on yours.

  • Watching this video & with other things I have learnt from nature in my lifetime, I have justone thought in my head: nature is the perfection of technology. Everything in nature provides the template for everything man has invented. Nature is wonderful

  • I worry about illegal body parts sales..sometimes the human body is worth more dead than alive https://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/01/world/europe/european-crisis-bolsters-illegal-sales-of-body-parts.html

  • Last year two stents were placed in my husband’s heart in one artery and have 60% blocking in other two arteries aged 55 yr and no other problem pls tell me he can do this exercises

  • Hello Austin im your new subscriber.
    I have started using one of your 4 minute excercise for heart palpitation and its truely working for me.
    I also have high BP 148/80. My question is, can i do both excercises together?

  • What exactly is Hybetez Remedy? How does this thing really work? I notice lots of people keep on talking about this high blood pressure secret remedy.