The month of May is National Blood Pressure Month. When was the last time you had your blood pressure checked? You want to make sure it stays within normal range for your age group, body type, sex, and any other factors that may come into play. Here are a few of the 13 ways to lower your blood pressure (if you suffer from high blood pressure) naturally, according to Prevention.com:
-Drink more tea
Yes, those are just a few ways you can naturally start to bring down the blood pressure. Remember though, you should never stop taking medication unless directed by / consulted with your doctor. Here are a few tips from the mayoclinic.org on how to maintain your blood pressure if you are off your medication, or on the borderline of needing medication.
Remember, eat healthy, watch your sodium, breath and exercise, these are the main points of keeping a healthy lifestyle!