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Stage 2 Fit
7/9/2010 4:55:11 PM
| there are other drink than coffee. i |
believe than green tea is more beneficial.
also if you like ginger teas. they're
amazing! those herbal teas could be
chugged down as much as you want.
Stage 1 Fit
4/7/2010 1:11:53 PM
| There's no caffeine in OJ, but probably sugar which |
would still affect your blood pressure.
Try drinking herbal (caffeine-free) tea like Rooibos.
2/14/2010 6:30:41 AM
| It is essential to know what's your age and body weight.Sometimes overweight may be the cause. you should stop drinking coffee at first. |
1/5/2010 10:44:38 PM
| All levels of arterial pressure put mechanical stress on the arterial walls. Higher pressures increase heart workload and progression of unhealthy tissue growth that develops within the walls of arteries. The higher the pressure, the more stress that is present and the more atheroma tend to progress and the heart muscle tends to thicken, enlarge and become weaker over time. |
12/17/2009 10:42:18 PM
| most helpful to control the high blood pressure that is yoga.|
According to the yogis, true happiness, liberation and enlightenment comes from union with the divine consciousness known as Brahman, or with Atman, the transcendent Self. The various yoga practices are a methodology for reaching that goal.
In hatha yoga, for example, postures and breathing exercises help purify the mind, body and spirit so the yogi can attain union.
Pranayama breathing exercises help clear the nadis, or channels, that carry prana the universal life force, allowing prana to flow freely. When the channels are clear and the last block at the base of the spine has been opened, Kundalini rises through the spine, through the central channel called the sushumna-nadi, and joins the crown chakra. According to the tradition, the release of Kundalini leads to enlightenment and union.
7/12/2009 11:15:50 AM
| Orange juice DOES NOT have caffeine in it. |
Have you read our articles on foods that lower high blood pressure and How to reduce blood pressure?
7/12/2009 9:45:23 AM
| I'm going to just leave no one wants to answer or discuss my high blood pressure problem I have had this post in here for long enough!!!!!!!!!!!!! |