Your habits and lifestyle play a crucial role in your health. You can manage your blood pressure easily by persistently watching and improving your habits.
Prevention is better than cure. With the required necessary lifestyle modifications, you can avoid and prevent many diseases, including adverse and chronic (long Term) diseases such as hypertension. The following tips will help you manage your blood pressure better, and will provide for prevention or control of a number of diseases related to the cardiovascular system and heart.
1Lose the extra pounds
Your BMI indicates whether your weight in relation to your height is normal or not, and will clearly depict whether you possess the right weight for your height. The extra weight that we carry exerts more pressure on our bones, heart, blood circulation, and also adversely affects other systems and organs of the body. You would feel much better when you have the right weight for your body. The normal weight to body ratio lies in between 18.5 to 24.9 on the BMI index.