While there are foods that help manage hypertension, there are certain drinks that may reduce high blood pressure and other cardiovascular conditions
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is one of the biggest health concerns in the world.
Here's a list of the top 10 natural foods that should be included in a high blood pressure diet, from spinach and celery to banana and oatmeal.
According to a new research done by the Stanford University in California, the tendency to take more stress during youth may increase the risk of developing high blood pressure later in life.
High BP patients should eliminate excessively salty and oily foods from their diets as they tend to strain the blood vessels and block smooth flow of blood.
Along with other legumes, lentils are also great sources of B vitamins and antioxidants that keep your overall health in check. Turns out, they also help reduce high blood pressure too.
While high blood pressure is turning out to be common and more and more people are getting diagnosed, a new study reveals something rather shocking.
A couple of Ayurvedic home remedies can also prove to be very effective in bringing down high blood pressure.
According to a study, folic acid can prevent babies from developing high blood pressure if they are born to mothers with cardiometabolic risk factors.
Globally, World Hypertension Day is organised and celebrated each year on 17th May. Here's why you need to manage your BP levels starting with maintaining your weight.