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Low blood pressure treatment – 7 natural remedies

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With the help of blood pressure, blood flows through the blood vessels to all organ systems in the human body. Red fluid carries oxygen and nutrients through blood vessels, arteries, and capillaries to all parts of our body.
The heart beats to stimulate blood transport or circulation.

During the beat, the pressure in the bloodstream increases, and between beats it decreases.
When both were measured, the correct blood pressure level was obtained.
It can be normal, enlarged, or low.

If you feel that your body is losing balance and fainting and your meter has read a result less than 90/60 mmHg, your blood pressure is lowered.
Do not panic at all because it can be very easily stabilized in a completely natural way.
In the text that follows, we will introduce you to the ways for low blood pressure treatment, more precisely 7 natural remedies that you can find in your kitchen, garden, or any health food store.

Here are some quick links to what we’ll cover in this article. If you’re in hurry, or for any other reason, feel free to use the quick links to jump straight to the section you want to read:

What is hypotension?

Hypertension means high blood pressure, and hypotension is another name for low blood pressure, or a sudden slowed blood flow to the organs.

This phenomenon is accompanied by many different symptoms such as fainting, nausea, and loss of concentration.

Some factors can affect the drop in blood pressure, and in some cases it can be fatal, causing great damage to the heart and brain and thus death.

Such serious health disorders are much rarer than those caused by hypertension, ie high blood pressure.

Low blood pressure is more common in women than in men.

Many people have naturally lower blood pressure and, if they feel well and do not suffer from symptoms, it does not have to be treated.

What causes a drop in blood pressure?

Very often, the value of blood pressure drops without any specific reasons.

old man failed down on floor and touching his forehead

However, hypotension, as well as hypertension, can be accompanied by a more serious health disorder, e.g. heart defects, diabetes, kidney disease, certain infections…

A drop in blood pressure can be a completely normal occurrence during pregnancy or it can be the effect of using medication (eg beta-blockers or drugs for Parkinson’s disease).

Many people naturally have lower blood pressure, which is usually genetically inherited, and it does not have to be a sign that they will develop a severe disease of the cardiovascular or other organ systems in the body.

When you become dehydrated or deficient in nutrients and electrolytes (especially vitamin B12, sodium, or iron), your blood pressure drops.

Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to hypotension.

If you are actively involved in a sport, and you feel well, blood pressure that is slightly lower than the average value ​​does not pose any danger to your health.

Symptoms

Some of the symptoms appear suddenly – especially when the blood pressure suddenly drops, and some last for a long time, with varying intensity.

elderly woman have low blood pressure symptoms

These are the most common signs that indicate a possible drop in blood pressure:

Unconsciousness is one of the effects of slowed blood flow to the brain, and if there is a complete loss of consciousness, you should seek emergency medical help.

Visual disturbances include phenomena such as swelling of the eye, decreased visual acuity, and double vision. It can happen that the vision suddenly becomes blurred or even blackened.

Cold hands and feet can be a sign of a drop in blood pressure, as well as pale skin color. They indicate circulatory problems that are common in people with hypotension.

Fatigue is a mental and emotional state of fatigue. These patients often feel sleepy and very tired.

Pulsating headaches are also a sign of a drop in blood pressure. Painful sensations and pulsation are synchronized, and the pain itself can be of moderate or stronger intensity.

Natural remedies for low blood pressure

1. Salt

salt in glass

We all have kitchen salt somewhere on the kitchen shelves, and you are free to use it as first aid for raising blood pressure.

Iodized salt is recommended, which stimulates circulation and binds water in the body.

Heat treatment destroys iodine, so it is desirable to salt the food immediately before serving it.

Pour half a teaspoon of salt into a glass of lukewarm water and stir well to melt. Drink immediately.

2. Almond milk

almond milk and almonds in bowl

You will successfully maintain normal blood pressure by consuming almond milk, regardless of whether you suffer from hypotension or hypertension. It is very healthy and can be used by people as an alternative to cows who are lactose intolerant.

Soak a cup of cleaned almonds in water and leave them to stand for two days. Strain them and wash them with cold clean water. Put almonds in a blender and pour 2 cups of water.

Combine everything well by blending at maximum speed for about 2 minutes. Strain the resulting drink and sweeten it with a teaspoon of honey. Drink one cup every day.

3. Beets

beetroot and beetroot juice in glass

Like almond milk, beets bring your blood pressure back to normal both when it is too high and when it is too low. Reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases and heart attacks.

It stabilizes the circulation, allowing oxygen to travel freely from the lungs to all organs in the body.

Combine 1kg of peeled and chopped beets, 1kg of peeled and chopped apples, 1kg of peeled and chopped carrots, and the juice of 4 lemons.

Let the mixture stand for 24 hours. Strain it through gauze and add 250g of honey. Drink 1dl of drink every morning on an empty stomach.

4. Pomegranate

pomegranate juice in glass

Natural pomegranate juice contains antioxidants called polyphenols and they alleviate the symptoms of hypotension. Just one glass is enough to completely eradicate the problem of low pressure.

Regular use of pomegranate in the diet will reduce the risk of heart disease.

Pour three cups of pomegranate seeds into a stronger plastic bag and pass over the bag a couple of times with a rolling pin. Pour the chopped seeds with the juice into a bowl, where 500 ml of water has previously boiled.

Cook everything for about 10 minutes, then strain the juice. Allow the liquid to cool before consuming. Drink one glass of pomegranate juice a day.

5. Rosemary 

rosemary essential oil

This medicinal plant, which is often used in the diet as a spice, contains several types of essential oils. One of them, camphor, is very useful in the fight against low blood pressure.

It stimulates the respiratory system and promotes healthy circulation. Rosemary is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

Pour 4 teaspoons of dried rosemary leaves into a bottle with 1 liter of quality white wine. Leave everything to stand for a week, during which time shake the contents of the bottle a couple of times and then strain the liquid.

Store the medicine in a cool place for the next month. When this period is over, take 2-3 glasses of brandy every day.

6. Green tea 

green tea in glasses

Caffeine in green tea facilitates the work of the heart and increases blood flow throughout the body. This directly affects the stabilization of low blood pressure.

It is important to stick to the prescribed dose because excessive amounts of green tea can negatively affect your health.

Pour one teaspoon of the green tea mixture into a tea strainer and place it on a cup from which you will drink warm medicine. Pour the mixture in hot, boiled water.

Wait a few minutes and then remove the strainer. Add a little honey, mix everything and consume the resulting liquid. Drink twice a day.

7. Licorice 

licorice tea and roots

It has been scientifically proven that the use of licorice for the purpose of natural healing, among other things, increases low blood pressure.

Glycyrrhizin gives licorice root a sweet taste, and inside our body, it is converted into an active substance – glycyrrhetinic acid. It increases blood volume and at the same time raises blood pressure.

In 200ml of water, pour a teaspoon of licorice vase or put a piece of licorice root. Let the mixture boil for about 5 minutes. Strain the tea, add a teaspoon of honey and drink everything. Repeat 2-3 times a day.

Nutrition

Eat more often and do not make your meals excessive, because in that way you will regulate your blood pressure, and the balance of electrolytes and nutrients will become normal.

Increase your intake of salty foods to relieve symptoms.

If you don’t like too salty foods, you can use an alternative like natural soy sauce or soup from a bag.

Provide yourself with as many different foods as possible, including various types of fruits, vegetables, meat, and integral pastries.

Additional methods

Water is definitely one of the most effective natural remedies and can be used in several ways to stabilize blood pressure. One of the most basic methods for treating hypotension is hydration, ie intake of sufficient amounts of water (minimum 8 glasses per day).

Showering with lukewarm or colder water can stimulate circulation in mild cases.

Exercise regularly, but do not exceed your own limits. Set aside at least 30 minutes daily for physical activity, without exaggeration and great fatigue. For a slight increase in blood pressure, stretching exercises and weight training are especially recommended.

Wear compression stockings, which will prevent unnecessary retention of blood in the legs. This will improve blood flow to organs such as the brain and heart.

You will notice the disappearance of all the symptoms that bothered you while performing daily work tasks.

Avoid sudden changes of position. For example, getting up suddenly from a lying disorder can affect the drop in your blood pressure. If you want to lie down on the bed or get up from a sitting position, do it slowly.

Important tips at the end

Use home remedies and natural ingredients to help you feel better and better as soon as possible.

If the symptoms last too long and you do not notice relief, contact your chosen doctor as soon as possible, who will examine you and refer you for further testing to find out what exactly is causing the changes and to prevent complications.

With the help of a professional, you will find it easier to find and maintain the level of pressure that best suits your body.

That’s it!

We hope this post helped you learn what is low blood pressure, what causes it as well as its symptoms, and of course, natural remedies and other tips.

We think that it will be very interesting and important for you to look at our texts about blood pressure variation and 22 factors that affect it, as well as the best blood pressure medication.

And if you are looking for more ways to improve your heart health, you should check our other great Majota Blog posts.

Also, if you have any questions or feel that there is some other important symptom, the remedy, or treatment for lower blood pressure patients we have not listed, feel free to leave a comment, it will mean a lot to us and we will be grateful for it.


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2 thoughts on “Low blood pressure treatment – 7 natural remedies”

  1. Hi, another great post! I really appreciate you sharing easy-to-find natural remedies to help cure low blood pressure! I did not know almond milk is also helpful for low blood pressure. I definitely will drink more of it from now on! Compression stockings are also new to me! I will look them up to find out more!

    Thanks a lot!

    Grace 

    1. Borislav, Majota HealthCare

      Yes, low blood pressure can be just as dangerous as high blood pressure. And among the many things that help in its treatment and prevention, there really are, as you mentioned almond milk and compression stockings. We are very glad that you will try them, so we can just hear the comments about the results and how satisfied you are 🙂

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