Learn why good sleep quality and quantity are so helpful for managing your blood pressure.
Want to keep your blood pressure stable? One way to do it is by drinking enough fluids to avoid dehydration.
Lowering your systolic blood pressure can seriously reduce your overall health risks. A preventive cardiologist weighs in one some of the recommended natural (non-pharmaceutical) lifestyle modifications you can make to lower your blood pressure.
There’s no major link between feeling fatigued and having elevated blood pressure. A preventive cardiologist explains why it’s more likely caused by other conditions.
There’s some evidence to suggest that garlic lowers blood pressure, but not enough to justify taking supplements. Find out how best to use this beloved vegetable as part of a heart-healthy lifestyle.
Is there a relationship between stress, anxiety and blood pressure? Do you need to worry about how short-term stress impacts your body? Our preventive cardiologist provides answers.
High blood pressure isn’t actually associated with feelings of dizziness. But to understand what’s happening, it’s important to first figure out what kind of dizziness you’re having. Doctors put this symptom into two categories.
Every wonder if your high blood pressure causes headaches? The short answer: Not really. But a medical expert explains how in some unique cases of spikes in blood pressure, you may experience headaches, among other symptoms.
Looking for a natural way to lower your blood pressure? Add certain foods like almonds, dark leafy greens and seafood to your diet to improve your overall heart health.
If you have high blood pressure, exercising can help help strengthen your heart and lead to lower blood pressure. An exercise physiologist discusses cardio and strength training options and offers motivation tips.