Why Does EVERYONE have high blood pressure these days?

Posted by Charity Berry on

Ok I get a lot of people ask me how to correct ( treat is the word I hear) elevated blood pressure.. like at least 3-5 a day, every day. It is one of the most feared and common phrases heard and repeated in today's population. It can be explained in much more complex terms than this, but in a nutshell this gives you an idea of what elevated blood pressure signifies ( remember, not to  shoot the messenger before you know what he's saying. )

Here’s the thing about blood pressure. Elevated blood pressure is NOT the problem, it’s the INDICATOR OF a problem. Higher blood pressure is your amazing body’s healing mechanisms at work trying to adapt to all the abuse we’ve given it and the consequences. OXYGEN is carried through the blood to each of your trillions n trillions of cells ( to keep you alive). When those arteries narrow from built up plaque and oxidation and arterial walls weaken n slump instead of being firm and strong....the arterial walls get brittle and inflexible instead of pliable and lose elasticity, much less blood is able to travel through them ( hence way less oxygen reaching your trillions of cells ). In it's infinite wisdom, your body adapts to save your life by pushing your blood harder through those vessels in order to get your cells the amount of oxygen they need to NOT DIE....blood pressure is an indicator of other issues that need correcting.... hence the reason blood pressure lowering prescriptions come with warnings of stroke or kidney failure as a possible side effects.The pill they give you to lower that number ( on paper...shooting the messenger) either poisons your kidneys or your heart. If you chemically reduce the blood’s “ pressure” you force your body into the situation of once again not getting the oxygen required by the cells to live.. In other words you are FIGHTING your body and poisoning other systems simultaneously, instead of healing or helping anything ever, Ask WHY not what

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