When blood pressure is not sufficient to deliver enough blood to the organs of the body, the organs do not work properly and can be temporarily or permanently damaged. Blood pressure is the force applied by the blood flow to the walls of the blood vessels. Although low blood pressure (hypotension) is not as harmful to health, compared to high blood pressure (hypertension), it can be expressed through a multitude of unpleasant symptoms. People suffering from low blood pressure often are complaining of severe awakening, drowsiness, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, loss of will, poor concentration and memory.
All this causes insufficient amount of blood in the blood vessels and therefore in the vital organs. In cases of extremely low blood pressure over a long period of time it can lead to permanent damage of the vital organs (heart, kidneys …), and that can cause much more serious health problem. Therefore, we still need to fight against low blood pressure. If you are wondering why, so to speak, are no effective medications on the market for the treatment of low blood pressure here is a reasonable answer. Low blood pressure tends, in the later years of life to develop into hypertension (high blood pressure), and therefore aggressive therapy should be avoided.
When things are like that, natural medicine finds its right place, because in such a situation the smartest choice is the use of natural resources. In many cases, by using simple and readily available natural therapy low blood pressure can be kept under control, with as less as possible symptoms, and even fully regulated.
Here are some natural medications:
-Rosemary: In our traditional medicine, rosemary tea is probably the best known natural remedy for increasing the low blood pressure.
– Beetroot: One glass of fresh juice of beetroot per day, for a week, can significantly reduce the symptoms of low blood pressure.
– Hawthorn: very useful herb for blood pressure regulation, (hypotension and hypertension).
– Ginseng: Also has a positive effect in the case of altered blood pressure.
– Coffee: increases the blood pressure, so during the day feel free to drink one cup of this popular drink, if you don’t mind the caffeine.
– Water: In the fight against hypotension is very important to drink water as much as possible, in order to increase the amount of blood in the blood vessels.
– Salt: Eat somewhat saltier food, because salt binds the water in the body.
– Vitamin C, vitamins from the B group and proteins: they all have a beneficial effect in the prevention and treatment of low blood pressure.
Note: Low blood pressure may be present without manifesting any symptoms, and in this case it does not need any treatment because such a phenomenon is not a health hazard.