7 natural ways to reduce high blood pressure - A Healthy lifestyle is within your reach

1. Lose extra pounds and watch your waistline.
Blood pressure often increases as weight increases.

2. Get a good night's sleep. ...

3. Quit smoking & Alcohol, carbonated drinks

4. Walk and exercise regularly - Exercise is one of the best things you can do to lower high blood pressure.

Regular exercise helps make your heart stronger and more efficient at pumping blood, which lowers the pressure in your arteries.

5. Eat more potassium-rich foods - get a better balance of potassium to sodium in your diet, and focus on eating fewer processed foods and more fresh, whole foods. ..
vegetables, especially leafy greens, tomatoes, potatoes, and sweet potatoes
fruit, including melons, bananas, avocados, oranges, and apricots
dairies, such as milk and yogurt
tuna and salmon
nuts and seeds

6. Learn to manage stress - Stress is a key driver of high blood pressure.
There are lots of ways to successfully relieve stress, so find what works for you. Practice deep breathing, take a walk, read a book, or watch a comedy.
When you’re chronically stressed, your body is constantly fighting-or-flight. On a physical level, that means a faster heart rate and constricted blood vessels - regular after of prayer/meditation done on a routine timetable can help reduce blood pressure

7. Include condiments ingredients such as cardamom/ Apple cider vinegar/ lemon and honey into your dietary schedule

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