Poor Blood Pressure – REAL Cause & Best Natural Options

I got a question the other day asking:

I have blood pressure problem and I want to get healty levels naturally. However, as you stated in one of your previous ARTICLES, “it’s best to first know the CAUSES of a problem, so we can reduce or eliminate them and ALSO utilize natural and healthy solutions at the same time – you’ll get much faster results, with half the effort.”

I agree completely Dr. Sam and so, what are the top causes of blood pressure problems? I know it has to be genetics, since both my parents have the same. What about diet, exercise, stress, hormones, etc. There are so many factors when I search google, I’m confused as to where to start, who to believe or what to do. Thanks!

Too much (Confusing) Information?!

Yes, a major problem with the internet is too much information and most of it is either wrong or contradictory. Two so-called experts can literally say the opposite. And every clinical study can be refuted by another clinical study.

So, most of us become frustrated, feel hopeless, and thus, just give up or simply listen to our doctors and take the harmful drugs because it’s easy and not complicated.

info overload

However, most of us also know that using medications ALWAYS leads to long-term problems. There’s no way around it.

So yes, let’s support healthy blood pressure naturally.

And some factors we can’t change – such as genetics and aging.

There IS Something You CAN Do

However, the correct lifestyle of eating better foods and eliminating others, using specific exercises, stress management, optimizing your hormones, taking clinically proven herbs and supplements… and so forth, can easily turn “on” or “off” gene expression.

Which is what’s called epigenetics.

Thus, you have full control and can for sure make improvements in your blood pressure at any age, which is great news.

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And with that said, I want you to read my article about Top 10 Causes of Blood Pressure Problems & My Favorite Natural Solutions.

Please read that article right now, while it’s fresh on your mind.

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