The eyes have always been called “the windows to the soul”, but could they be the window to your heart as well? A brand new study published in the Hypertension Journal by the American Heart Association presented some pretty amazing findings: retinal imaging could determine a person’s likelihood of hypertension and stroke. This could change the face of these two leading killers, as they are both diseases with virtually no symptom and can go unnoticed until too late. The sad …Read more
For many health reasons, we’ve been told not to sit out in the sun for too long. However, we don’t hear much about why the sun can be beneficial to our health as well. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh discovered how the incredible powers of the sun can cause our bodies to release critical compounds that improve our health and extend our lives. Find out how catching some rays could help you lower your blood pressure, reduce your risk …Read more
Most people now know that one of the first steps to reducing your blood pressure is to change your diet and include more fresh fruits and vegetables. But most people may not know that just the simple addition of the humble beet into your diet could have some profound and directly immediate effects on your blood pressure.
Approximately 1 in 3 American adults have high blood pressure, half of which are not …Read more
If you suffer from blood pressure problems, you may want to think about getting a little more sleep on a regular basis.Researchers from Harvard Medical School found that even one extra hour of sleep may have a significant positive impact on your blood pressure.
About one third of adults in the United States suffer from high blood pressure.Blood pressure problems, including high blood pressure, often have no symptoms and many people go undiagnosed for …Read more