Hypertension is characterized by constantly elevated blood pressure. Hypertension is a cardiovascular disease in which the vast majority (over 90%) of cases are primary, i.e. without a known somatic cause. The other cases are secondary, i.e. a well-known cause of the disease, e.g. kidney disease, atherosclerosis, endocrine disease or brain disease.
Hypertensive disease affects women and men, it usually begins between the ages of 30 and 40, although it can already start in childhood. It manifests itself with injured headaches in the occiput area. Excessive excitability, insomnia. Palpitations, coronary pain are felt and reddened face, neck and chest are observed. Most often, however, abnormal blood pressure values are detected accidentally during routine measurements.
Did you know that the causes of hypertension are often overweight and obesity? However, just as often there are just shortages of nutrients due to bad food sold in stores and bazaars, food heat treatment, use of microwave, induction cooker. Our lifestyle has a huge impact on hypertension.
Hypertension is one of the most dangerous civilization diseases that affects Poles. It is particularly dangerous because in many cases it is almost asymptomatic, and the patient learns about his problem only when the disease is already advanced.
The cause of hypertension can also be a lack of magnesium, B vitamins or vitamin C deficiencies. Therefore, you can examine the deficiencies of these elements using the cell deficiency test and determine which ingredients (or rather their lack) can contribute to the development of hypertension.