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Causes of High Blood Pressure

Majid Ali

Pressure in a balloon is the pressure of air pumped into it. Similarly pressure in a car tire is the pressure of the air on the wall of the tire. Blood pressure is the pressure of blood on the wall of arteries. High blood pressure is the condition in which blood pressure is raised because the arterial wall is tight or thickened or the volume of blood in the artery is increased. It is important to lower blood pressure when it is high to prevent serious conditions and an early death.

The most important step in normalizing the blood pressure is understanding how your body works. When you understand, you will want to do as many right things for your health as you can.

Blood pressure can be lowered with drugs. However, drugs do not cure high blood pressure. Blood pressure can be normalized by the body itself, under careful supervision. Then there is no need for life-long drugs with their side effects and expense.

Causes of High Blood Pressure

1. Loss of nutritional value in the food grown on modern factory farms

2. Toxins (pesticides, etc.) in the food we eat

3. Toxins in our water, air, and in the environment, smoking, drugs

4. Toxins we create in our own bodies from stress, anger, anxiety, lack of forgiveness, and misery

The state of our health begins in the bowel. In a healthy bowel, the yeasts (molds) and bacteria are in balance. When yeast cells take over the bowel, they produce acids that are powerful micro toxins. The blood picks up nutrients from the bowel. It picks up acids and toxins from it too.

The liverís job is to filter the blood. When the load of toxins is too great, the liver cannot do its job. Then toxic blood circulates through all the organs of our body. Healthy red blood cells usually do not stick together. Red blood cells are very sensitive to toxins, acidity and free radicals. Their cell membranes get "sticky." They tend to clot more frequently.

Our blood vessels are also very sensitive. Acid, free radicals and mini clots of the red blood cells irritate them. This irritation causes the blood vessels to spasm and tighten. That raises the blood pressure. To normalize blood pressure, we need to reduce the acidity, the free radical activity, and the stickiness of the blood cells.

I have written of some helpful practices in earlier articles. Overhydrate your body in the morning with water and herbal teas. Breathe deeply and slowly for relaxation. Do gentle non-competitive exercise. Move all your muscles. Choose foods wisely. Foods rich in potassium, magnesium, and zinc are helpful. Avoid sugary foods, sweet fruits, breads, and red meat. Add spices such as turmeric powder, ginger, garlic, onions and anti-fungal herbs.

Consider Dr. Aliís breakfast four or five times a week. We suggest hydrogen peroxide foot soaks daily plus vitamin and mineral supplements.

 

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