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The force produced by flowing blood on the walls of the body's arteries, or main blood vessels, is referred to as blood pressure. You have hypertension if your blood pressure is too high. Blood pressure is represented by two digits. The first number (systolic) represents blood vessel pressure during a heartbeat or contraction. The pressure in the arteries between heartbeats is indicated by the second number (diastolic).

When the diastolic blood pressure readings are 90 mmHg on both days and the systolic blood pressure readings on two different days are 140 mmHg, hypertension is diagnosed. Some of the symptoms include early-morning headaches, nosebleeds, irregular heartbeats, visual changes, and ear buzzing. Severe hypertension is characterized by symptoms including exhaustion, nausea, vomiting, confusion, anxiety, chest pain, and tremors of the muscles.

In Ayurveda hypertension is named as RaktaGataVata, RaktaVriddhi, RaktaVikshepa. Ayurvedic high blood pressure treatment not only explains the origins and symptoms of hypertension but also provides some wonderful herbs that lower high blood pressure, improve smooth blood flow to and from the heart, and promote cardiovascular health.

Treatment in Ayurveda

  • Complete body detoxification and purifying help to remove toxins inside the body.
  • In addition to herbal remedies and ayurvedic practices, yoga is incorporated into our treatment program in an effort to calm the mind and heal the body from the inside out. For faster recovery and long-lasting results, some lifestyle modifications may also need to be made.
  • Your Ayurveda doctor will do medical exams, recommend a dietary schedule, and design a modified lifestyle plan. Avoiding meat, eggs, table salt, pickles, tea and espresso, alcohol, and smoking are common dietary adjustments. 
  • Regular workouts like brisk walking, jogging, swimming, or yoga are appropriate options for treating hypertension.
Ayurveda Treatments