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5 Effective Tips to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

5 Effective Tips to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure or hypertension, you may worry that meds will affect you negatively. But, it’s crucial to note that if you manage your blood pressure through a healthy lifestyle, your chances of avoiding, delaying or lowering the need for meds increase. When not treated, […]

9 Amazing Reasons to Eat more Celery in the Evening

9 Amazing Reasons to Eat more Celery in the Evening

For a lot of you who are reading this article, celery may be the last veggie you think of, mostly because it appears rather boring and simple, right? However, there is nothing boring about the health benefits this amazing vegetable has to offer. Therefore, it is vital that you start […]

Magnesium Deficiency: 5 Symptoms You Must never Ignore

Magnesium Deficiency: 5 Symptoms You Must never Ignore

Despite being essential for more than 300 bodily processes, magnesium is a commonly lacked nutrient. Believe it or not, statistics shows that around 80 percent of the American population is magnesium deficient. Unfortunately, this nutrient deficiency causes a lot of unpleasant symptom so it is vital to treat it timely. […]

How to Lower Blood Pressure without Meds & their Side Effects

How to Lower Blood Pressure without Meds & their Side Effects

Have you been diagnosed with hypertension, i.e. high blood pressure? Has your doctor prescribed over-the-counter medications to help balance your blood pressure? If your answer to these questions is a yes, you should definitely continue reading the article to learn how to fight off high blood pressure naturally without having […]

Reading the New Blood Pressure Guidelines

Reading the New Blood Pressure Guidelines

The Conversation explain that the updated guidelines for blood pressure from the American Heart Association have increased the number of Americans diagnosed with hypertension, mostly older individuals. Even though this may sound as negative, the new guidelines show what cardiologists and researchers on heart health have learned from latest studies, […]