Early hypertension prevention and dietary advice

Early hypertension prevention and dietary advice

Hypertension control
1. Living habits
(1) Regular work and rest: regular life is the basic work of health management.
(2) Eliminate stress: find out your own interests, maintain a good mood, go out or travel.
 
2. Sports 333
Exercise at least 3 times a week for 30 minutes each time, with 130 beats per minute.
 
3. Eating habits
Salt makes us need more water, and extra fluid will increase blood pressure and increase the burden on the heart.
Reducing saturated fat intake can reduce weight and cholesterol.
 
4. Quit smoking
Smoking increases the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease.
 
5. Prevention and control
1. Receive regular health checkups, follow the doctor's instructions to receive treatment, and do not take the medicine or stop the medicine.
2. Avoid strong tea, coffee, cigarettes, and alcohol to avoid raising blood pressure.
3. Moderate exercise relaxation and stressful life.
4. Avoid excessive fatigue and nervousness, angst, worry or excessive excitement.
5. With good entertainment, keep the spirit relaxed and happy.
6. Prevent constipation and keep the large intestine unobstructed.
7. Avoid bathing or soaking in water that is too cold or too hot.
8. Those who are overweight should lose weight. Because obese people are prone to heart disease or stroke when they develop high blood pressure.
 
6. What to eat
1. Eat less salt and live a few more years. For patients with hypertension, the daily salt intake should not exceed 6 grams.
2. As long as you are healthy, don't get fat, don't eat too much at every meal, and control the amount of food to maintain your ideal weight.
3. Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits to increase fiber quality, promote gastrointestinal motility, and keep the stool smooth.
4. Eat less animal oil. Soybean oil, salad oil and other vegetable oils are suitable for cooking, and less fatty meat.
5. Limit foods with high cholesterol such as brain marrow, animal offal, egg yolk, seafood, butter, etc.