Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

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Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

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Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)
Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)
Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

19 thoughts on “Understanding High Blood Pressure (HBP #1)

  1. I don’t smoke or drink. I do MMA, train 3-4 days a week, for 2 hours, for
    the past 5 years, scored a systolic of 150/79, like a boss.

  2. @TheManiNicole This is a total nonsense. Your DNA won’t change during your
    whole life, no matter what conditions you are subject to.

  3. @TheManiNicole chronic stress surely can increase the mutation rate and
    contribute to e.g. cancer. It is however extremely unlikely to directly
    influence the genes of the offspring in the manner that the phenotype would
    mimic the effect of the original condition.

  4. @bloodpressureandmore Not only alcohol, smoking and caffeine should also be
    avoided since they increase hypertension.

  5. great video. my girlfriend had 200/100 at age 24 was at 365lbs and both
    parents had just past away from a stroke and heart attack. so she turned
    her life around and dropped 100lbs in a year and has been lowering her
    blood pressure. they made a story about her at the long beach memorial
    hospital and then she just made this video for them youtube dot come
    5Sg3CydDXAA or search long beach memorial follow paula on youtube

  6. @honeybees1 Actually THC raises blood pressure by 10-15 systolic and 5-8
    diastolic. To test this, simply take your blood pressure before getting
    high and after, you will notice the difference. Although it relaxes primary
    muscles, this does not mean that relaxation of the circulatory system
    occurs. Also your BPM will increase as well, smoking a joint has the same
    effect as a mile run on the heart.

  7. @jonathanemckinney No, even though the analogy of the mile run may sound
    good, but when your heart is pushed to the limit without actually
    physically doing anything, detrimental effects exaggerate. You push your
    heart without the respiratory and muscle functionality, you’re looking for
    a heart attack pal.

  8. the girl speaking in the end sounds like the girl who pormotes pornsites
    when i watch porn videos… only difference is the other girls says “wanna
    see more? ” hahahahah

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