Nearly 2/3 of Americans are classified as either pre-hypertensive or hypertensive. And of those, only about 50% have their blood pressure under control.
If you’ve ever been diagnosed with high blood pressure, you might be concerned with the risk and side effects from taking a medication to control your numbers.
Thankfully lifestyle factors, physical activity and dietary changes can control your numbers, prevent the need for or even reduce the medications you are taking.
Here are a few of my favorite natural ways to reduce and control blood pressure:
Please note: The following article is strictly the opinion of Dr. Tyler Dalton and is for informational purposes only. This article is not intended to provide medical advice or treatment for personal conditions. Please contact your healthcare provider or physician before making any changes or if you have specific questions regarding your health. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over the counter medications, should consult their physicians before implementing any changes.
Dr. Tyler Dalton earned his Bachelors of Science from Auburn University in Biomedical Sciences prior to earning his Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD). Dr. Dalton focuses his efforts on improving clients lives through the power of nutrition and lifestyle changes. Dr. Dalton is a functional medicine pharmacist working to optimise patient medications and remove unnecessary medications from their daily routine. As many clinicians turn to a pill as the solution to most medical problems, recent medical literature has proven otherwise. Dr. Dalton provides a bridge between traditional medicine and the next generation approach to health and wellness. Dr. Dalton promotes living a balanced lifestyle through whole food nutrition, physical activity and lifestyle wellness. Dr. Dalton seeks to be your #1 destination for all of your medication, nutritional, and lifestyle questions and work with you on your journey of wellness.