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Treating low blood pressure with food

Low blood pressure is a condition that the rate of blood flow in the body is lower than the normal range, which is estimated at 90 millimeters of mercury for systolic pressure, and 60 millimeters of mercury for diastolic pressure. Sometimes blood pressure is dangerous to health if the patient does not receive the necessary aid quickly, and in this article we will present the reasons for low blood pressure, and ways to treat it with food.

Treating low blood pressure with food:

  •  Raisins: where we soak a handful of raisins in a cup of water overnight, and eat them early in the morning on an empty stomach with the possibility of drinking soaked, and this method is maintained for a few weeks.
  • Licorice: We soak a spoonful of dried or ground licorice in a cup of boiling water for five minutes, then drink it daily for a few days.
  •  Almonds and milk: We soak six grains of almonds in water overnight, and in the morning we peel them, grind them until smooth, then boil them in a cup of milk, and drink the mixture every morning.
  • Carrot juice: where we squeeze a few grains of carrots, put their juice in a cup, mix it with two tablespoons of honey, and drink the mixture once in the morning on an empty stomach, and another in the evening every day.
  •  Lemon juice: We drink a cup of lemon juice mixed with a little salt and sugar, or we can drink a cup of sugar cane juice mixed with a spoonful of lemon juice and a little salt.
  •  Rosemary: Where we put a little rosemary herb in a cup of warm water and eat it, and we can add it as a flavor to various foods.
  • Starches and sugars: We make sure that every meal contains one of the sources of starches and natural sugars such as rice, honey, and other vegetables and fruits.
  • Cabbage: Pickled cabbage is used to raise low blood pressure, so we make sure to eat it with meals.
  •  Honey: We mix a raw egg and a spoonful of honey in a cup of hot milk, and eat it on a daily basis.

Causes of low blood pressure

  1.   Reduced blood volume.
  2.   Hormonal changes in the body.
  3.   Dilated blood vessels.
  4.   Side effects of some medications.
  5.   The presence of heart and endocrine problems.
  6.   Anemia.
  7.   Excessive loss of body fluids through diarrhea or vomiting.
  8.   Palpitations

  Symptoms of low blood pressure:

  1. Neck stiffness, and pain in the upper back.
  2. Coughing up sputum.
  3. Indigestion, urination. Blurred vision
  4. Lightheadedness, dizziness, and headache.
  5.   Fainting in cases of severe depression.
  6.   Shortness of breath and chest pain.