When it comes to lowering your blood pressure and being in good heart health there are many ways of doing so. The natural ways to lower blood pressure are more common than you think. For example, you can start by eating a healthier diet and incorporate more natural foods, you can begin exercising daily, take up yoga, or even partake in some meditation. Believe it or not MBRS, which is also known as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction technique, or simply put mindfulness meditation can help reduce you high blood pressure. This mindfulness meditation, along with a healthy diet, and daily exercise can help you lower and maintain a lower blood pressure and remain in good heart health.
The basics to mindfulness meditation is to live and have a positive attitude towards things in your daily life, staying free of unwanted stress and anxiety, and not holding anger within. Mindfulness meditation focuses on relaxing and de-stressing your way to a lower blood pressure, relieving your body of unwanted hypertension hormones. Along with actually performing the necessary exercises in order to relieve the stress and relax, you will actually write down and keep track of your daily stress and anxiety levels, along with keeping track of your blood pressure. This method of mindfulness meditation has shown to actually lower peoples blood pressure by as much as 5 mm Hg in their systolic readings. the systolic reading of your blood pressure is the top number when your blood pressure is taken and is the number that doctors are most concerned about when dealing with high and low blood pressure. Although, the diastolic reading, the bottom number of a blood pressure reading is important also, and can actually be lowered by as much as 2 mm Hg, with mindfulness meditation, your main focus is to get that top, systolic number to a good health number.