High blood pressure can kill you.
There’s a reason they call it, “the silent killer.” If you have it, you don’t always know. And then one day **BAM!** it hits you.
If you go to your doctor, you are likely to end up with a prescription. If it lowers your blood pressure, it may save your life.
The problem is that over time, these drugs can become less effective. The medical answer is more drugs. But there might be side effects. You may end up with several drugs. And your blood pressure may still be high. That’s fun…
What if there were a way to lower you blood pressure naturally? And what if it was completely free? Well, recent research shows you can do this.
What? you say. Sunshine can lower my blood pressure?
Don’t take my word for it. In 2009, Richard Weller and his team of researchers at the University of Edinburgh found that human skin and blood vessels store nitric oxide (NO). In fact, they store far more NO than any other part of your body. And sunshine increases NO in the skin.
What does this have to do with blood pressure? Simply this, NO evokes vasodilation. In other words, it helps your blood vessels relax. And when that happens, blood pressure goes down.
Now you should know that it isn’t a big, dramatic reduction. That’s actually a good thing. If your blood pressure takes a dive, so do you. You might faint. You will almost certainly get dizzy. So moderate blood pressure reduction is ideal.
So if you want to help your blood pressure go down, get some sunshine. If you are wondering how much, keep in mind the usual safeguards. Don’t get sunburned. And, get enough exposure. Midday is best. 15 to 20 minutes is likely to be enough. If you haven’t been out in the sun for a long time, build up.
All the best to you for your health and happiness.
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