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High blood pressure levels. Are you in the RED? How about when your pain spikes? New studies have showed that blood pressure spikes and/or high blood pressure is becoming a common test to determine pain as it is one of the body's reactions to pain symptoms. Chronic Pain Patients should keep an eye on their BP.

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This chart was found on bing.com and it lists the effects that Hypertension can have on your heart. Hypertension is an extremely common effects that occurs from obesity. I could use these dangers in my speech when discussing the need for change.

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People are always talking to me about their blood pressure and I can never remember what the numbers mean...

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Tamarind has been linked to eliminating stomach worms in children. It is effective in reducing blood pressure & cholesterol. The essential oils have been connected to a number of anti-inflammatory abilities, including the reduction of joint pain & inflammation, arthritis, gout, & rheumatic conditions. It also helps reduces eye irritations. HCA a compound found in the fruit is connected to weight loss & has been shown to inhibit an enzyme that specifically helps store fat. #dherbs #healthtips

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from visualistan.com

17 Reasons To Avoid Stress #infographic

Most of us experience stress of some degree in our day to day lives and a big part of managing stress is exercise and nutrition. Digesting processed and sugary foods on a regular basis just loads extra stress onto our bodies so try to think about nourishing your body and giving it the tools to manage stress.

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Normal Blood Pressure Chart. I have always run low. Last time it was checked I was 96/60.

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from HubPages

Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure and Pulse (with relationship) and measuring blood pressure with instruments (chart

Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure and Pulse (with relationship) and measuring blood pressure with instruments

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from Everyday Roots

11 Natural Remedies to Lower High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure-also known as hypertension or “the silent killer”-affects 1 in 3 adult Americans, or roughly 67 million people, and that number only continues to grow. 90-95% of cases are known as primary hypertension, which is hypertension with no underlying medical cause. The small...

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