Hypertension in the U.S.
High blood pressure is rampant in America. One in three adults suffer from hypertension. and about 20 percent do not know they have it. To identify the causes of hypertension, we have to look at numerous factors in a interconnected system.
One of the main jobs of the blood is to transport oxygen, but if our cells do not receive sufficient amounts of this oxygen, the innate intelligence of our bodies will compensate by raising blood pressure to enhance this oxygen flow. In other words, hypertension is an adaptation to an unhealthy environment. We can only imagine what happens when we decide to take medication to artificially manipulate this life-saving function of our bodies to adapt.
There are many causes, lifestyle choices which cause these circulation problems. Some of these are mineral deficiencies, kidney problems, arterial narrowing, calcification, oxidative damage, plaguing, alcohol consumption, excess weight, unhealthy diet, a sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and stress.
In fact, stress injects adrenaline into the bloodstream which causes the arteries to narrow. Many people are not aware of this, but it is key to practice stress reduction techniques, as well as to make sure we do not have mineral deficiencies or an excess of toxins.
Drinking appropriate water, breathing correctly and stress management are all healthy strategies to decrease the risk of hypertension. Visiting functional medicine doctors, naturopaths or holistic practitioners can also help to address this condition. Biofeedback Evaluation, for example, is one of the most useful and affordable ways to receive lifestyle, nutrition and stress management solutions.
These evaluations are energetic, therefore, sensitive in nature. If you have any questions about these readings, please contact Beata Molnar, Energy Healer and Biofeedback Technician at the Healing Room. Molnar utilizes PEMF, Red Light Therapy, Sound Healing and Rife Applications, in addition to her scans and energy work.
Location: The Healing Room, Aaron Ct., Sarasota. For more information, call 941-586-9539 or visit Facebook.com/CreateBalanceAndHealing.