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High Blood Pressure “The Silent Killer”

April 26, 2014

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High Blood Pressure “The Silent Killer”

“What If” by changing the type of water you are drinking may help your blood pressure to drop, sounds to simple. Read on to know the truth way dehydration may be the cause of your high blood pressure.

Live blood test kangen water

Blood pressure medication has side affects; you have to find the root of your issues.

High blood pressure is a common and dangerous condition. Having high blood pressure means, the pressure of the blood in your blood vessels is higher than it should be. But you can take steps to control your blood pressure and lower your risk.

About 1 in 3 U.S. adults—or 67 million people—have high blood pressure.1 Only about half (47%) of people with high blood pressure have their condition under control.1 This common condition increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, two leading causes of death for Americans.2Get more quick facts about high blood pressure, or learn more about high blood pressure in the United States.

High blood pressure is called the “silent killer” because it often has no warning signs or symptoms, and many people do not know they have it. That’s why it’s important to check your
blood pressure regularly.

Hypertension is dangerous “because it’s so often ignored,” says Nieca Goldberg, M.D., medical director of the Joan H. Tisch Center for Women’s Health at NYU Langone Medical Center.

It is silent because you may not realize it is stalking you. “Most often it does not have symptoms,” says Dr. Richard Ward, a family physician with Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network. If you are not checking your blood pressure regularly, there is no sure way to know if it is within a healthy range. As for “killer,” that may sound melodramatic. But the damage this condition does to your body is no act.

“You can think of it as putting excessive pressures on the pipes,” Dr. Ward says. “The risk of those pipes bursting is the biggest effect.”

Your brain is also in peril when your blood pressure goes up. Hypertension is the top trigger for stroke, in which a blood vessel in the brain bursts and bleeds, or a blood clot blocks the flow of blood to the brain. Stroke can cause death, or it can cause brain damage and lifelong disability.

After reading, the side affects of taking blood pressure medicine why in the world would you keep taking them when there is an alternative way to help solve the root of the problem just by changing the type of water you are drinking.

You must be aware that all prescription drugs have side effects, and the medications used to lower blood pressure – diuretics, beta-blockers, and ACE inhibitors – are no exceptions. Here, for example, are a few of the known side effects of diuretics, the blood pressure drug usually prescribed as first-line treatment. (Diuretics, also known as water pills, help lower blood pressure by encouraging the body to eliminate salt and water through the urine.)
Diuretics’ side effects, which tend to be more problematic for older people, can vary, but generally they include:
 Loss of essential minerals
 Kidney damage
 Erectile dysfunction
 Digestive disorders
 Elevated triglycerides (blood fats) and LDL (bad) cholesterol
 Vision problems
 Anxiety and restlessness
 Anemia
 Sensitivity to sunlight

The good news is that you can take steps to prevent high blood pressure or to reverse it if your blood pressure is already high, remember your blood is 85 to 90% water, if you are not drinking the right water at least 10-15 glasses per day you are dehydrated and your blood is thick because of this your heart has to work harder to push the blood threw the artery and buts pressure on the sides of the arteries.


Besides how thick your blood is, you are not able to move oxygen and nutrients threw the arteries smoothly because you are dehydrated.

Watch the video below it will show you a doctor who shows how kangen water hydrates thick blood, the proof is in the pudding.

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