HypertensionHypertension meets Winter! Can long-term Medication cure High blood pressure?

Hypertension meets Winter! Can long-term Medication cure High blood pressure?

Winter blood pressure is prone to fluctuations, if you have high blood pressure, look here! Nowadays, there are not a few people suffering from high blood pressure, once suffering from high blood pressure, doctors will let long-term antihypertensive drugs, then, long-term antihypertensive drugs can really cure high blood pressure? In order to keep the normal supply of blood, the body instinctively raises blood pressure to promote blood flow.

Winter blood pressure is prone to fluctuations, and if you have high blood pressure, look here!

Hypertension meets Winter! Can long-term Medication cure High blood pressure?

Now, there are not a few people suffering from high blood pressure, once suffering from high blood pressure, doctors will let long-term antihypertensive drugs, then, long-term use of antihypertensive drugs can really cure high blood pressure?

The principle of antihypertensive drugs is to achieve the purpose of lowering blood pressure by forcibly dilating blood vessels. After taking the drug, the blood vessels are dilated, and after stopping the drug, the blood vessels contract, and then take the drug, the blood vessels are dilated again, and after stopping the drug, the blood vessels contract. Over time, the blood vessels are like inflated and deflated balloons, becoming thinner, more brittle, losing elasticity, prone to atherosclerosis, and prone to rupture after encountering stimuli, triggering cerebral hemorrhage.

So, how is hypertension formed? For example, some people love to eat greasy food, and over time, a lot of garbage will accumulate inside the blood vessels, and this garbage fat will affect the normal flow of human blood. In order to maintain the normal supply of blood, the body instinctively raises blood pressure to promote blood flow. This is like putting more pressure on water to make it run faster, and this produces high blood pressure.

However, modern medicine treats hypertension by treating the phenomenon, often ignoring the root cause of the disease. For patients with hypertension, the prescription given by Western medicine is antihypertensive drugs. But once the patient has taken antihypertensive drugs, the consequence is that they have to take drugs for life. Although the antihypertensive drugs to lower blood pressure, but also the body’s normal physiological regulation of the destruction of the function! At the same time, the root cause of the disease – blood vessels inside the waste fat is still not drained.

Can long-term Medication cure High blood pressure?

Can long-term Medication cure High blood pressure?

The use of antihypertensive drugs for a long time can also lead to kidney and heart failure. The blood vessels are full of garbage, resulting in poor blood flow, and the body sends a command to raise blood pressure and make the blood run faster to maintain the normal circulation of blood in the body. The effect of antihypertensive drugs is to lower the blood pressure, blood flow is slow again, after the slow flow, the garbage in the blood vessels can not be flushed away, it will be stagnant inside the kidneys, triggering uremia, and eventually the formation of kidney failure.

After taking antihypertensive drugs, the blood flow slows down again, which also leads to a very bad side effect. Our body’s organs and tissues depend on the nutrients provided by blood circulation in order to function properly, and with insufficient blood supply, these organs will become damaged and necrotic. At this point, the body is forced to send out another command, ordering the heart to beat faster, the heart beats faster, pumping more blood out of the atria to ensure a normal level of blood supply. But this way over time, the heart is therefore overworked and failing.

In fact, as long as you change your diet, make your stomach and intestines clean and your blood clean, and get rid of the excess fat inside your blood vessels, your blood will be able to flow normally and your blood pressure will automatically come down. Now it seems that taking antihypertensive drugs is only an auxiliary method, a method that does not solve the fundamental problem.

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