Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Lower High Blood Pressure Within 5 Minutes With This Trick

The hypertension (high blood pressure) is one of the most widespread diseases of the modern age. It is associated with increased alcohol consumption, smoking, salty food, obesity, increased stress and sleep deprivation.

If your blood pressure is abnormally high, you will need to lower it as quickly as possible. There are ways to do this using diet and lifestyle.

However, Chinese medicine believes that the most important thing is proper blood flow to the muscles and tissues. If you ensure adequate blood flow, the body will be able to quickly cure the disease. That’s why massaging these key points helps empower appropriate blood stream in the body, and the body will rapidly prevent the illness.

Point 1

The line running from point 1 to point 2, shown in the photograph above should neither be pressed hard, nor massaged. Instead you should gently caress with only the tips of your fingers, from top to bottom. Repeat 10 times on one side and on the other side another 10 times.

Point 2

It is located near the collarbone. Massage with the fingertips for 1 minute on both sides alternately. Press hard on it, but be sure so the pressure won’t cause you pain. After this simple treatment, your blood pressure will return to normal.

Point 3

This line starts from your face alignment with the ear cartilage about half inch far from your ear and ends towards your nose. Massage both sides with your fingertips for around 60 seconds. Try not to push hard because of the fact that you may feel pain. The goal is to feel pressure to a certain spot.


If you think about whether you are at danger of having high blood, read these danger signs to see what your risk is:

- Sleep deprivation
- High anxiety levels
- Excessive utilization of greasy or acidic foods
- Obesity
- Smoking
- Consumption of liquor

Also, if you have a family history of high blood, you might need to monitor your blood pressure for your life to guarantee that it stays at a healthy level.

Always remember that controling your blood pressure with a healthy way of life might avoid, deferral or diminish the need for medication but if you are already facing hypertension, your best bet might be to get your doctor to prescribe a medication.

Watch the video below for the proper way of doing this treatment: