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3 Easy Exercises Help Lower Blood Pressure Below 120/80 || Prevent Stroke, Kidney Failure.

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3 Easy Exercises http://tinyurl.com/ycxltboe Lower Blood Pressure 120/80 http://tinyurl.com/ycxltboe Permanent Blood pressure Solution http://tinyurl.com/ycxltboe Breakthrough Discovery Reveals How 3 Easy Exercises Help Lower Blood Pressure Below 120/80 – Starting Today! Preventing Diseases Such As Stroke, Heart Attack, And Kidney Failure.. Cardiovascular, or aerobic, exercise can help lower your blood pressure and make your heart stronger. Examples include walking, jogging, jumping rope, bicycling (stationary or outdoor), cross-country skiing, skating, rowing, high- or low-impact aerobics, swimming, and water aerobics. Strength training builds strong muscles that help you burn more calories throughout the day. It’s also good for your joints and bones. Stretching makes you more flexible, helps you move better, and helps prevent injury. How Often Should You Exercise? Go for moderate activity, like brisk walking, at least 30 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week. If you’re short on time, vigorous activity, like jogging, gives you the same benefit in 20 minutes, 3 to 4 days a week. If you’re not active today, gradually work up to this amount of exercise. If it takes you a few weeks to get there, that’s absolutely fine. First, warm up. A 5- to 10-minute warm-up helps your body get moving and helps prevent injury. Next, step up the intensity. Don't overdo it -- you should still be able to talk to someone while you're exercising. But if you’re able to sing, step it up a bit to make sure you’re getting the most out of your exercise. Lastly, cool down. When you're done exercising, don't stop suddenly. Just slow down for a few minutes. This is especially important for someone with high blood pressure. Is It Safe? Being active is one of the best things you can do for your blood pressure. Ask your doctor if there are any limits on what you can try. When you exercise, notice how your body feels. It may take a while before your body gets used to it. That's normal. It's also normal to breathe harder and to sweat, and for your heart to beat faster, when you're doing aerobic exercise.
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