5 Easy Ways To Increase Low Blood Pressure (Hypotension)

5 Easy Ways To Increase Low Blood Pressure (Hypotension)

January 4, 2020 4 By Bertrand Dibbert


I normally get asked how to DECREASE high
blood pressure and thus, someone who has hypertension. Which is very important because one of the
top reasons for high blood pressure is just aging and the negative changes in your hormones. Thus, weather you like it or not, your blood
pressure goes up the older you get. However, today’s topic is how to increase
and raise LOW blood pressure and thus, if you have HYPO-tension
And I’m only doing this topic because I’ve been asked a few times by people who are hypotensive
and want to know what to do. Personally, the lower your blood pressure,
the better. You’ll live longer. Your heart will be healthier, as will your
brain. If you aren’t having any negative health
issues, then don’t worry about it. There’s nothing wrong if having low blood
pressure, if you feel fine. However, if you are having symptoms of low
blood pressure, such as Blurred vision
Dizziness Fainting
Fatigue Feeling cold
Being thirsty Rapid, shallow breathing
Sweating … Then it’s time to take action and raise
your blood pressure to a more normal range, which would be around 120/80. So, here are 5 simple ways to quickly raise
low blood pressure 1 — Drink More Water
Being dehydrated, which most people are, can lead to either lower or higher blood pressure. In today’s case, I suggest you drink more
water. I would add in a little bit of lemon juice
and Hymalian or Celtic salt into the water for better absorption and prevent you from
peeing all day long. 2 — Eat More Salt
Speaking of adding salt to your water, you should also add it to your foods. Start low and build up depending on how you
feel. The most important time of the day to have
more salt is in the morning and also before and after exercise. Salt regulates aldosterone levels and other
hormones, which will help balance your blood pressure
3 – Limit or Avoid Alcohol Alcohol causes dehydration, which can lower
blood pressure. So, either avoid or limit your alcohol intake. Or at least, make sure you increase your salt
water intake to make up for the dehydration. Just drink a couple extra glasses of water
after your alcohol consumption. 4 – Eat Smaller Meals
You should eat smaller, frequent meals. This is because having one or two big meals,
causes a huge rush of blood to go to the digestive tract which then lowers your blood pressure. In healthy people, your body compensates by
increasing your heart rate to normalize blood pressure. However, maybe for you this isn’t the case,
so it’s better to eat smaller meals. 5 – Normalize Your Blood Sugar
Blood sugar affects blood pressure. In fact, having high blood sugar levels is
one of the causing factors of high blood pressure. On the other hand, having low blood sugar
can lower blood pressure. So your goal is to keep your blood sugar levels
steady — not high or low. Eating smaller, frequent meals helps. Having some fiber and fat with each meal also
prevents blood sugar spikes. Having more natural carbs such as vegetables,
fruits, yams, legumes and so forth is also better. Thus, avoiding sugars, juices, sodas, processed
carbs and so forth. Summary
Again, if you feel fine, then don’t worry about having low blood pressure. But if you are having weakness and other symptoms
I mentioned earlier, then make sure you drink more water,
add extra salt to your diet, don’t have huge meals,
limit your alcohol and make sure you have balanced blood sugar
levels. And if you know anyone who needs to LOWER
high blood pressure, which is a major cause of a heart attack or stroke, just look below
this video for important links on how to naturally and quickly normalize and optimize your blood
pressure in just a few days.